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Judy Durkin
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Photoshop Collage

Project Published 9/28/14 Last updated on 5/15/18

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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  • Photoshop

    Editing and compositing for photos, web and mobile app designs, 3D artwork, videos, and more.

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Creativity and Innovation, Technology Operations and Concepts, Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making
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A Brown

Posted on 5/11/18 4:10:39 PM Permalink

​would it be possible to see a few of the finished projects? angelabrown@greenfieldschools.org

Donna Driskill

Posted on 12/7/17 1:01:59 AM Permalink

Thank you!​

Corinne Smolizza

Posted on 11/14/17 7:48:19 PM Permalink

​Can you please email me student samples as well. My email address is csmolizza@sfc.edu

Thank you. This looks like a great project.

Carrie Hoelzer

Posted on 10/31/17 7:30:08 PM Permalink

​I would really like a few student examples of this project so that I can put together a powerpoint to show students before they begin. Can anyone help me with that??

thanks

Carrie Hoelzer

Judy Durkin

Posted on 11/2/17 4:35:51 PM Permalink

Hello. I have some examples but I cannot email them to you via this site. hmmm.

Email me: judy@durkin.com and I will send them to you.

Cheers​