Presentation on theme: "Sepia Sepia 1)Image > Adjustments > Desaturate to remove color 2)Image > Adjustments > Color Balance 3)Move sliders (adding mostly red and yellow) to."— Presentation transcript:
1)Use blur tool on the fence pole. 2)Use burn tool on the little tree. 3)Draw an extra shadow using the paintbrush tool. 4)Make the chimney a different color using the paintbrush tool. 5)Use the dodge tool on the big tree.
1)Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Levels, move sliders to correct levels of highlights, shadows, and midtones. You can also use the dropper to adjust levels. 2)Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Brightness and Contrast, move sliders to correct brightness and contrast. 3)Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Hue and Saturation, to adjust the lightness and saturation of each color in the photo 4)Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance, if the photo has a color overtone 5)Filter > Sharpen > Sharpen, if needed
1)Open a black and white photo. 2)Image > Mode > RGB, to switch from grayscale 3)Enter the quick mask (Q) and use the paintbrush to paint all areas of skin in the photo. 4)Go back to normal mode, then Ctrl + Shift + I to invert the selection 5)Ctrl + C to copy the selection, then Ctrl + V to paste it into a new layer. 6)Repeat steps 3 to 5 until you have layers for all the sections. 7)Click on the skin layer, then Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance and check Group With Previous Layer. Move sliders until color looks right. 8)Repeat on other layers.
1)Using a tripod, take 4 or 5 photos, rotating the camera each time. 2)Load the photos onto the computer. 3)Depending on the size of the original photos, make a new document that can fit all of them. 4)Paste the photos into the blank document and line them up.
Photogram 1)Place a piece of film paper under the enlarger. 2)Arrange the object(s) on the film. 3)Turn on the enlarger (exposure time: 6-8 seconds, F- Stop: 4.5) 4)Develop the photo (developer-1:30, stopbath-:30, fixer- 5:00, rinse-5:00)
1)Place a negative in the enlarger. 2)Put film paper under the enlarger. 3)Arrange the object(s) on the film paper. 4)Turn on the enlarger (exposure time: 6-8 seconds, F- stop: 4.5) 5)Develop the photo.