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Play Photoshop Pingpong!

Posted on 7/30/10 by Ross Wallis Last updated on 6/7/17
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  • 5/5 | 8 Ratings
Subject
Photography
Type
Quick Idea
Keywords
art, montage, photgraphy, pingpong
Products Used
  • Photoshop
  • Photoshop Elements

Description

Play Photoshop Pingpong online - register!

Anyone can play - the registration process may be a bit slow, as you have to be approved before you can use your new registration. Find someone to play against - both register, send me a photo via the contact page, and I shall set you up a game.

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Materials

any photo montage software

  • 5/5 | 8 Ratings
All Comments (7)

Cristina BOSIO FERRER

Posted on 12/1/15 - Permalink

I couldn´t read the web link...

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terry kim

Posted on 11/30/15 - Permalink

hello ross pls sign me up and direct me as to what my next step is to sign up

thx

terry kim

Patricia KougarMelton

Posted on 8/28/10 - Permalink

Nice tutorials. Great game!

David Conover

Posted on 8/9/10 - Permalink

Hello Ross,

please sign me up and let me know what is the first step.

Robert Simpson

Posted on 8/2/10 - Permalink

Here's a link to the Ferryway School Adobe Youth Voices wiki used to pilot-test our first international student collaboration on Photoshop PingPong. We played Photoshop PingPong to build student confidence using Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 to creatively edit and modify digital images.

Ferryway School, Malden, Massachusetts, (near Boston) United States & Sidcot School, Winscombe, United Kingdom

Game play: December 2009 to June 2010.

We look forward to using the PingPong.com site this year!

Mike Skocko

Posted on 8/2/10 - Permalink

Great idea, Ross. Looking forward to playing!

Meredith Blache

Posted on 7/31/10 - Permalink

This is such a fun thing to be involved with. I was so surprised at how each photograph changed as it was passed back and forth. Thanks for sharing Ross.

Meredith

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