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Lesson 18: Great Pumpkin Challenge with Photoshop CC$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Lesson 18: Great Pumpkin Challenge with Photoshop CCYour students will make a jack o’ lantern with a pumpkin image and Photoshop CC. They will use the pen tool, magic eraser, and layer styles to create a pumpkin “face” of their choice. The tutorial is 22 pages long, each step has screenshots included.
You will receive the following:
*23 page PDF step-by-step handout instructions to create a jack-o’-lantern from scratch with CC
These lessons are all high-school/adult learner tested. I have used these lessons with hundreds of students, some with thousands of students. Many of the online tutorials are meant for intermediate or more advanced users and will skip steps. I have added steps and images to make the lesson easier to follow, these are not 1 page lessons. They are between 10 (for the simple ones) and 20+ pages each! If you let me know of a step you would like added I will add it in and send you the updated file. I try to create these so my students have the least amount of questions possible.All our lessons for high school students:*Are ready to use onscreen or printed*Are a great value for your classroom
*Contain text instructions with many step-by-step screen shots *Emphasize skills needed for the technology workplace
Lesson 8: Remove backgrounds with layer masks in Photoshop CC$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Lesson 8: Remove backgrounds with layer masks in Photoshop CC
We all get used to using the erasers to remove parts of an image we don’t want; the magic eraser is especially fun to use. But, the erasers can only be used in certain situations. Using the eraser is a destructive process with Photoshop which means we are getting rid of the pixels in our image we are erasing.
In this tutorial you are going to look at one of the most essential features in all of Photoshop – layer masks. Using layer masks is a non-destructive process because the pixels we are trying to remove are not being destroyed, as you will see the pixels are still there even if we can’t see them and we can bring them back!
Lesson 7: Create a water reflection using Photoshop CC – graphic design lesson$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Lesson 7: Create a water reflection using Photoshop CC – graphic design lesson
In this Photoshop CC photo effects tutorial, we’re going to learn how to easily add a water-like reflection to any photo. It’s a very easy effect to create and you can add it to any photo you like; your students will use layers, the transform functions, filters, and change the opacity.
Lesson 6: iPod ad with Adobe Photoshop CC, a step-by-step no prep lesson!$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Lesson 6: iPod ad with Adobe Photoshop CC, a step-by-step no prep lesson!
This packet is great for a graphic design or web page design. You have a ten page handout with step-by-step directions on how to change a picture saved from the Internet into an iPod-looking ad. Each step includes text, an image, and images of each step. These instructions work with Photoshop CC. Also included are samples of an iPod looking ad created by other students. I use this lesson every semester and the students really enjoy it. I usually go through the steps with the students the first time then I have them create a 4-pane ad on their own. Please view the product gallery so this makes more sense :o)
Lesson 3: Edible Insects- no prep graphic design Photoshop CC lesson$3.99 Add to cart$3.99
Edible Insects with Photoshop CC
In this lesson your students will use Photoshop CC to edit a recipe card designed in Photoshop. Your student will add images and text as well as remove images plus add a drop shadow layer style or outer glow style. Then they will find a recipe with an insect as an ingredient to fill in the recipe card.
Double Exposure Effect with Photoshop CC – no prep graphic design lesson$4.99 Add to cart$4.99Double Exposure Effect with Photoshop CC – no prep graphic design lessonThis tutorial will show your students how to add a double exposure effect using layer masks, blend modes and some layers.The double exposure effect is a technique that artists and designers can use to create abstract artwork. You can see this effect used in album covers and opening titles of popular TV shows.In this tutorial your students will mimic the traditional effect in Photoshop. You will receive a 12-page PDF file, three images used in the lesson, and examples of the effect. At the conclusion of the lesson there is a challenge student’s have available for independent practice.
Lesson 20: Create a collage with warped images using Photoshop CC$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Lesson 20: Create a collage with warped images using Photoshop CC
In this Photoshop project, your students are going to create a collage of “warped” photos. Using Photoshop’s Warp Tool, they will be bending, curling, distorting and reshaping images like the examples you see in this handout. They will add stroke and drop shadows, also known as layer styles and learn how to copy layer styles from one image to another.
You will receive a 12-page PDF file with instructions, four images so your students create this effect and a completed PSD file. There are also two brain challenges so your students can practice independently.
Lesson 21: Add a frosted background to an image with Photoshop CC$3.99 Add to cart$3.99
Lesson 21: Add a frosted background to an image with Photoshop CC
In this project, your student will add a text caption by creating a frosted glass-like text bar that can improve the look of photos or designs. Your students will use layers, the paint bucket tool, layer styles, gaussian blurs, and the horizontal type tool to achieve this effect.
You will receive 10 page PDF file, the leaves image, an edited .PSD file and an optional brain challenge exercise you can use with your students.
Lesson 1: Create a simple collage with Photoshop CC – a Photoshop CC step-by-step lesson!$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
This is the very first assignment I give to my Photoshop students. I teach them how to use the move tool, magic eraser, and Ctrl+T to transform the images being copied from the Internet. I also teach them how to zoom in and out with the keyboard.
Objective 1: the student will use the move tool, magic eraser tool, eraser tool, and the transform function in Adobe Photoshop.
Objective 2: The student will copy and paste images from the Internet with one color backgrounds.
Objective 3: The student will use Ctrl-+ and Ctrl – to zoom in and out of the image being created.
Lesson 2: Learning Photoshop Layers – a step-by-step Photoshop CC lesson$4.99 Add to cart$4.99
Learning Photoshop Layers – a step-by-step Photoshop CC lesson
In this lesson your students will practice creating an image with layers using Photoshop CC, you get a 10 page PDF file with step-by-step instructions.
1. Insert three shapes into your document using the shapes tools.
2. Add your name and label what your 4 favorite things are for each shape.
3. For each shape you will add 4 images that demonstrate things you like.
4. Each image should have the background removed using the magic eraser tool. Use the eraser tool to remove stray marks.
5. Use the move tool to drag the shapes and images within your new canvas.
6. To resize the pictures or move them on your canvas press Ctrl+T then use the resizing handles.
7. Press Ctrl-+ to zoom in the picture you are making, or press Ctrl – – to zoom out
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