Friday, September 30, 2016

Adjusted Landscape Assignment

Today you have the entire period to edit Landscape photos in Photoshop.
First, pick your best 4 landscapes from each scenic location (12 total)  and place them in a folder.
Next, open up each one and touch them up in Photoshop to make the pictures look even better.

Below are some tutorials that will give you ideas on how to adjust landscapes. Please work through each one with separate landscape photos.
Landscape Photography Editing Tutorial - Photoshop CS6
Tips To Create An Awesome Landscape Photo (Photography Tutorial)
Photoshop Tutorial: Landscape Editing
Curves, Curves, Curves! - Photoshop CS6 Tutorial

You can also do any of the following adjustments we talked about in class:
Get rid of power lines, garbage cans, and other distracting objects using Clone Stamp (S) and Copy/Paste.
Adjust the horizon line using Free Transform (Command-T).
Crop your picture as needed.
Change the overall color using color balance.
Adjust the warmth or coolness of your photo using Image>Adjustments>Photo Filter.

Please File>Save As each photo when you are done editing. Place these pictures in a new folder.

 Here is what is due to finish the Landscape Unit
1. 12 Photoshop Adjusted Landscapes from at all three locations with at least a 3*4 contact sheet. 
Call these 12 adjusted photos "Landscape Adjusted CS."
2. Your best Landscape saved as a .jpeg file. Call this "Best Landscape."
Always use the naming convention. Example: Mitchell_Trent_Best Landscape

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