Engaging Photoshop, technology, and career readiness lessons.
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Double Stroke Effect with Photoshop CC – free no prep graphic design lesson
Layer styles are one of the most versatile functions in Photoshop. You will use layer styles to add a double stroke as you see in the example above. You will receive a 9 page PDF file with step by step instructions and two “Brain Challenges” for your students to practice independently.
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.
This is a ten (10) page handout with step by step directions needed to convert an image into a coloring page as well as the elephant image used in the CC lesson; there is a cover page, then seven pages include instructions and the last page shows examples of what is possible with Adobe Photoshop and some images from Google.
The file is in Adobe PDF. My students really enjoy this project and they learn how to desaturate, invert, and move images as well as add text.
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