This is one of my favorite projects. Students use their newly honed PS skills at selecting, masking and blending to create their own mythical critter out of 2-3 high res images of animals (humans work as well.) Part I: Creating the critter: Students combine images of several different animals using non-destructive selecting and masking techniques to create their own unique mythical critter. Part II: Students create a habitat for their critter using several landscape images and providing any extra way-out celestial effects that they wish. They need to keep in mind their critter's adaptations (a really fuzzy, winged mammal that breathes fire probably would not thrive in an undersea environment. There has to be some logic to this.) Part III: Students write an essay, David Attenborough like, to describe their critter's adaptations and behavior: mating habits, what they eat, how they bear their young, etc. They need to create a Latin name as well as a common name for their critter.
- Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adobe Spark
- After Effects
- Photoshop Lightroom
- Experience Design (Beta)
- Adobe AIR
- Animate CC
- Business Catalyst
- Adobe Captivate
- Adobe Capture CC
- Character Animator
- Adobe Comp CC
- Adobe Connect
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Digital Editions
- Digital Publishing Solution
- Adobe Document Cloud
- Edge Animate
- Edge Inspect
- Edge Reflow
- Flash Builder
- Flash Player
- Adobe Fuse (Preview)
- Illustrator Draw
- Ink & Slide
- Adobe Marketing Cloud
- Media Encoder
- Adobe Media Server
- PhoneGap Build
- Photoshop Elements
- Photoshop Fix
- Photoshop Mix
- Photoshop Sketch
- Premiere Clip
- Adobe Premiere Elements
- Adobe Preview CC
- Adobe Scout
- Adobe Sign
- Adobe Stock
A new Youtube Channel about Adobe Illustrator CC that includes First Training Videos in Armenian Language.
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen with teachers at Xavier College - Llandilo, NSW on 30th March, 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events Join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ and CreateEdu TV https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/
This post features resources shared by Dr Tim Kitchen during his professional learning session with NSW educatiors at the Sydney Adobe Office on 27th March 2017. Stay informed about future Adobe in Education professional learning opportunities for teachers in Australasia via: http://bit.ly/adobeEDU-events Join the Australasian Adobe Professional Learning Group on EdEx to say in touch with Adobe in Education https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ Check past Adobe in Education active use activities via https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/ and CreateEdu TV https://edex.adobe.com/group/apac-pl/
The webinar I did for Adobe EdEx is done and dusted and the recording for it can be accessed at the link below. https://my.adobeconnect.com/p9ueioopmo14
Here is a film that was a turning point in my development.
Here is more footage of the making of Cosmic Abuse.
This is a compilation of behind the scenes shots from the making of Cosmic Abuse part 1. The beginning was shot on Mt. Quandary Colorado making our way to the top and on the top. Other parts of this documentary are the discussion with the cast about the script. Out takes of certain scenes. Me giving a commentary while constructing the set at various stages of development. The model building or me giving directions to the cast while shooting. This is all very raw footage not very seamless but you get the feel of how it was made . Ending with comment on Israeli and Palestinian scene. Enjoy Jason S. Washburn
This project was designed as a collaboration between me and my school drama teacher. Inspired by artist JR’s global art project, our students created these large-scale photos to speak back to community stereotypes. Students worked in groups to discuss issues of identity and representation, then developed mission statements for the project to frame the photo installation. Each student posed for a photo expressing one of the mission statements. Students used Adobe Photoshop to edit and resize their images, type their mission statements, then assemble the layout of their photos for the installation. After printing the posters, students wheat-pasted the photos onto walls throughout the school. The goal was for students to discover and celebrate who they are as a school community while speaking out against misconceptions to turn stereotypes inside out.
This video tutorial will walk you through the steps to create your very own custom 3D printed keychain. You'll design your keychain in Illustrator, then bring your design into Photoshop where you can extrude it for 3D printing. Now that Photoshop CC includes direct support for 3D printers such as Makerbot, making unique 3D printed projects is super easy. I'll also show you how to export your file for printing with other brands of printers as well.
Ben Eyles (benhasacat.com), former press photographer with Fairfax newspapers AU and now Wodonga TAFE photography teacher, shares with you how he uses Photoshop to make time-lapse sequences. Start by opening your images as an Image Sequence to create a movie clip.Then, adjust the speed of movie clip to achieve the desired visual effect. @benhasacat on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat.
I use this file as a way to reinforce early users on using type in Illustrator. The file introduces using type on a path, area type tool, and adjusting type layouts. I added two challenges in the file (with tips in hidden layers) as a quick way for students to test their abilities and for teachers to easily gauge who has learned the content. I hope you find this helpful.
You will find the College logo that you have drawn thru a blind draw. You will trace the school logo and try to match the school's colors of your team. You will make an 11 x 17 Triangle/Pennant in Adobe Illustrator. You will color in the pennant the colors of the your team. You will them print it out on 11 x 17 paper and hang it the hallway.
One way of putting together a softball poster from scratch. http://90eastdesign.com/nbd/video.html Start with video: Photoshop- Pima Poster Video 1- Using the quick mask tool Video 2: Photoshop- Pima Poster Video 2 Final Video: Photoshop- Pima Poster Video 3
This is an emotional commentary on the work and effort in making this film. I owe apologies to some for the time it has taken to complete this projects. This has been a long project and many years have passed from when I started and the completion. I have gone thru some changes in life in the process and I do not think the same now as when I began this work. I need to thank all the people who helped me out in the making of this and want to acknowledge their support . Film making has taught me an important lesson in respect and treating others well and fairly, not that I always do this or have done so but over time it becomes clear how important it is in working with others. I have made no money shooting my films and do it simply because I really like to do so. Jason S. Washburn
This is a walk thru of the move set for "Way Out There" It show the set and talks about the different types of materials used- most of which were recycled. It is some commentary and talking about the plot. I shot this film overt twenty years ago and did not get around to finishing it but a few years ago. So you can see me when I was a lot younger . Here is some more to think about . I love to shot films and love to talk about shooting films. All the Best - Enjoy. Jason S. Washburn
More Commentary on how I made some of the Models for the Movie "Way Out There". Basic description of how things were assembled and camera angles for certain shots.
This is a commentary on how I made the model for my movie "Way Out There"
Here are two of my first Super 8 mm films shot with an old school friend in Boulder Colo. The First one is a visit to the old school and romping grounds we knew when we were kids. The second is our very first film ever. Called "Fallen Angel" it is about an Astronaut who has a dream. This were shot in Boulder Colo. and used some footage from Mike Mihalas' early days of shooting. We had friends do different parts and had lots of fun shooting and editing it. The film is jumpy on You Tube but you can get the gist of it. Enjoy. Jason S. Washburn
Small steps to build at an organic and gemoetric level
This is another attempt at Abstract Science Fiction and Suspense and Human Sexuality. It is a story about twin brothers who are not on the same page. One is straight and the is not.One owes the other a favor and it gets underway. One is into parting and women, big time, so too speak ,and can't stop thinking about them. The other works for the Government and is involved in new technology which is going to be tried out on his brother, from orbit. I really like to build stuff and love to use throw away things that I find and reuse them for props, so what you see is recycled to look real. I was also fortunate to work with a very attractive women on this film and learned some important lessons in how to approach some topics. Part of the plot in this film has to do with "libido" and just how it can drive us over a cliff if we are not careful. Yes, it was challenging to work with this topic. One has to be very careful with this if they do not want to burn the forest down-if you know what I mean. I tried to approach it from an Adam and Eve in reverse. The main moral of the story is that humans get too involved with stuff they invent and forget where we come from... It took me over a year to shoot this film and I have rendered four or five edits so far. One thing about film making is that you really never finish editing a film; you jut make an edit and have another idea come up for a different version...the next time... I also shot this film in the early nineties and let it sit on my shelf for almost 20 years before getting back to it, so the technology changed on me and I had to relearn and reformate to make it work. This film is abstract so put it in neutral when you watch it. Enjoy. Best Jason S. Washburn
Experimental Film #2 This is an attempt to create a suspense thriller, so to speak. The premise is the current world of above and below, overt and covert , powers in this world, and the need for them to communicate in ways they both can deny. Add in an element of absentmindedness, ego and unattended, unfinished, unpaid business and on top of that the Police are watching plus a little bit of radiation and you got a situation that gets out of hand real fast. This is an attempt at creating suspense. In truth, it is hard to do, and when you are using unskilled friends who are acting and last millennium camcorders with not so good sound... well it makes it interesting. I have edited this film about three times so far and it just needs some more . But I am glad to share it with every body because it was real fun to shoot and I really like working with the different kinds of people. So do enjoy and feel free to comment . All in the creative spirit. Best Jason S. Washburn
Experimental Film. Subject: Abstract Science Fiction. Title: Cosmic Abuse
Adobe XD had been build from the ground up to address the complex needs of today’s UX designers. It's got awesome innovative tools that will speed up your workflow from wireframes and high-fidelity designs to interactive prototypes. In this tutorial you'll learn how to use Adobe XD and make your very first prototype for an app. You'll get familiar with a lot of features, tools and techniques which are important to get yourself started.
In this clip from "On the Media", the late John Solomon talks about his first experiences as a radio reporter. He explains that the seamless articulate sound of public radio is not as effortless as it sounds. Audio editing actually changes the spoken word, and that creates interesting ethical choices. This recording makes an excellent discussion starter! The clip originally aired on November 16, 2003 and has become a classic.