1275 Photography: Digital Processing
1275.1 - Float Yourself
is an instagram account where there is some pretty cool photo editing. One of the cool things he does is floating himself in various situations. His technique is illustrated in the following tutorial.
Watch the video to learn the technique. Your assignment is to create 4 such "floating" images of yourself using our cameras, tripods, and photoshop. Your work will be displayed on your edublog and your 4 photoshop files will be posted to our google classroom.
1275.2 - Flying Food
There is a whole world of trick photography around food. Motor oil is used as pancake syrup, shave cream is used to represent ice cream white glue is used as milk in cereal advertisements. In this activity you will use some trick photography to photograph "exploding" food. Check out the following tutorial.
Watch the video to learn the technique. Your assignment is to create a flying food photo of some kind. The Photograph and the editing is rather simple, but the set up is time intensive. Make sure you talk to your instructer as he might have some suggestions for you to simplify your work. Your work will be displayed on your edublog and your photoshop file will be posted to our google classroom.
The following video is the same effect with a different technique that you might prefer. It has an easier physical set up but more photoshopping.
1275.3 - Dispersion Effect
Remember the dust effect from Infinity Wars?
You will be recreating this effect to yourself in Photoshop. There is a tutorial video below. It is a good tutorial, but there is no audio. All directions are captioned in text at the bottom of the screen. Take an image of yourself in front of greenscreen. Make sure that it is well lit. Follow the turorial to disperse yourself. Using the green screen will allow you to put a dramatic cool background on your image (something that the turorial does not do, but you should have the photoshop skills to do so at this point ... as me for help if you need it.
As per usual, upload your completed photoshop file to our google classroom and upload the jpg to you edublog.