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Futurist Inspired Dancers

Posted on Sep 29, 2014 by Ashley Stroud Last Activity on Sep 29, 2014

This lesson was the result of a collaboration between my digital illustration program and the dance department at our performing and visual arts high school. Tied by the theme of the dance drama, The Grid, the Void, and the Sign, we took photographs of the dancers jumping, practiced gestural drawings during their rehearsal, and then composed digital artworks inspired by the Futurist art movement using geometric forms in repetition to show movement through space and time. The lesson covers these Adobe Photoshop skills: editing Camera RAW photographs, B&W adjustment, watercolor, pointalism, pencil drawing, woodcut effects, pattern making, selection tools, and layer masks.
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Removing Photos from background and adding the them to another photo

Posted on Sep 28, 2014 by Beverly Tate Last Activity on Sep 28, 2014

Another Adobe Photoshop Tutorial Here you will learn how to remove images from their original photo, and adding them to a new photo, with little or no experience needed. Enjoy rearranging your photos using the quick select tool and refine edge tool in less than 5 minutes.
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Photoshop Collage

Posted on Sep 28, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 28, 2014

I do this with my students every year and get good results. I select 8 photos- some stock, some that I have taken, and have the students create a photo using 5 of the photos. This is a culminating project where students are expected to use all of the Photoshop skills that they have used during the year. I insist that students make at least three different versions and save them using Layer Comps. I have the students turn-in .psd files which I check for the layer comps, layers, etc. The download contains instructions, rubrica list of vocabulary that students are expected to know, and several of the excellent Adobe .pdf "how to" files.
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Hair in Breeze: Photoshop Refine Edge

Posted on Sep 26, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 26, 2014

This is a quickie project (should take less than an hour) where students remove a woman with whispy hair from a background and place her in another photo. Included is a sheet of instructions with a link to an Adobe TV video on Refine Edge, and two photos to manipulate.
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AET- Changing the Story with Adobe Photoshop

Posted on Sep 25, 2014 by Thomas Walsh Last Activity on Sep 25, 2014

In this lessons student will gain a new perspective on the content they are interacting with while learning some basic Photoshop skills. This resource can be adapted to most subject areas and students from 4th grade to adult.
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Illustrator’s Pen Tool: The Comprehensive Guide

Posted on Sep 25, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 25, 2014

I am including a PDF file taken from this site (a useful Acrobat tool- "Create from Website").  Anyway, INSIST that your students know this information. I use this in conjuntion with the Bezier Game and the Shape Game- both are great online practice tools to get familiar and comfortable with this MUST LEARN tool.
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Samara's Rules

Posted on Sep 25, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 25, 2014

This is a .pdf presentation that I do in my classes. The information is taken from Timothy Samara's many books, all of which I keep on my class bookshelf and are accessed every day. Samara's Rules are about layout, hierarcy, and design principles.
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Art Exhibit Poster Project

Posted on Sep 25, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 25, 2014

This is an assignment that I use for Grades 4-12. Students will submit their Packaged InDesign file AND a .pdf of their final poster design. Students are expected to get their images from http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online, use Photoshop and Illustrator to create and manipulate graphics. It is a good culminating project.  Rubric is included. I also have a list of Samara's Rules included with this assignment. Timothy Samara's books are terrific resources in my classroom. His design advice is straight-forward and easy to understand.
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Altering History

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 by Duane Erickson Last Activity on Sep 23, 2014

The purpose of this project is for students to consider one person, or object, and the significance they had on a historical topic or time period by looking at an original photo and then altering the photos by removing that person or object. This project can be used with any historical topic that has pictures which portray the time period or event.  Project Steps Find an original image that has some sort of historical significance. Explain why the image is significant.Use Adobe Photoshop (or other image editing software) to remove a person or object.Describe what changes that you made to the photo.If your edited photo depicted the actual event, explain how would history or public opinion have been altered? 
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Australasian time friendly Adobe in Education Live PL (2014)

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 by Tim Kitchen Last Activity on Sep 29, 2014

This post features a two page flyer outlining Adobe in Education live professional learning sessions that are generally in friendly dates & times for Australasian educators.
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Great Color Creation Website

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 23, 2014

If you haven't seen this or played with it yet, it is a beautiful website with minimal interface. A great website for teaching about color schemes, etc. I wish that we could download schemes as Adobe Swatch Exchange files.
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Creating Type Magic in Photoshop

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 by Dawn Bradley Last Activity on Sep 23, 2014

This lesson explores intermediate type modifications. Once I teach this lesson, I make students shape or adjust their type in some way. I usually demonstrate the steps given. After the lesson is over, I have students create a second document using another word(s) like the name of our school or our mascot. They must do the same steps without my help. They may ask their neighbors for help during this time. I have them to give their neighbor feedback on his/her type changes. Then they have to make a suggestion on how to do it differently. We may repeat this type of lesson several times until I feel comfortable with their skills.  They will do an application test to demonstrate their skills without notes or help from neighbors.
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25+ Experimental Typography Showcases

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 23, 2014

This is eye-candy and inspiration for anyone who uses type - and who doesn't every day?  By viewing the many images of imaginative (and sometimes illegible) type layouts and uses, students will gain a better understanding of what's possible. I use this as a 10-minute visual warmup before we dive into typography particulars.
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Type Matching Game

Posted on Sep 23, 2014 by Judy Durkin Last Activity on Sep 23, 2014

Students always wonder how to choose two typefaces that will look good together on the page. This little "Dating Game" will help them explore the methodology of pairing type. Excellent game. Short, quick, self-explanatory.
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