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This phenomenal effect is done in the dark, with the camera set on F22, ISO 100, and a ten second exposure. Students hold flashlights or colored lights and wave them as they walk toward the camera.
The exposure is so long that the students are invisible in the photograph.Read more... →
Need a quick way to spice up your images?
I was asked to offer some tips for jazzing up images in Photoshop, and HDR toning is a relatively easy way to do just that. It is actually meant to merge several exposures of the same image, but it has some fun presets that can make [...]Read more... →
Start with a scanned drawing at a high resolution: this one is 8.5 inches by 3 inches at 00 pixels per inch. Make sure [...]Read more... →
I am taking a free online Stanford class called Creativity: Music to My Ears. Here is a video that I found inspiring that I will share with my students:Read more... →
1. Layer Modes blend the current image layer with the layer below, and you can get some interesting effects by scrolling through these. Have the Move tool selected, and hold Shift + to scroll forward, and Shift – to back up. Additionally, you can press a number key to change the opacity of the layer, [...]Read more... →
http://tv.adobe.com/show/learn-photoshop-cs6/ is a nicely organized set of videos that should provide quick and easy answers to most of your Photoshop CS6 questions. Bookmark them if you use them with students so they can watch them as often as they need to. Another Adobe for Academics page has a nice video article: Read more... →