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Art- Photoshop

Page history last edited by Angela Noonan 7 years, 9 months ago

Photoshop in Art

By: Angela Noonan

So how does one get Photoshop? 

If you aren't sure that you want to buy Adobe Photoshop, have no fear you can give this application a test drive on Adobe's website http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshopfamily.html?promoid=KAUCA click on the Try button and you will receive 

 

 

 

Now What?

Once you have downloaded your free trail, feel free to look around the application. Here are some tips and tricks I found useful for using Photoshop. Opening an image on Photoshop is simple; simply find an image online or one that you have saved on your computer. If you are pulling a photo off the Internet for classroom use, I recommend you use Google Advance search so you do not run into Copyright issues.

 

Once you have chosen Advance Search narrow your search down in the Usage Rights drop box to "free to use or share"

Now that you have chosen a picture you will save that photo onto your desktop and simply drag it onto the Photoshop screen. Here is a helpful website to give you the basics of Photoshop,

http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Adobe-Photoshop-Tools 

 

 

 

How/Why use Photoshop in classroom?

This is a video of how one class uses Photoshop and what they think the benefits are, http://www.photoshop.com/tutorials/1678

Photoshop is a way for students to learn and become familiar with computers as well as advanced editing. This application 

gives students a brief taste of Digital Editing and may open up a whole new interest for some students. Photoshop is also a great way to teach students about Copyright issues and procedures, to make sure students know the difference between taking a safe picture off the Internet vs. stealing someone‚Äôs artwork. Overall this application is a great way to get students actively creating art in a new and exciting way. 

Example of a lesson in Art Class. 

Example of a lesson in Art Class. 

Here is an example of Photoshop in classroom for beginners http://www.kougarmedia.com/resources/PS_FUN.pdf.

 

Resources Used

http://www.kougarmedia.com/resources/PS_FUN.pdf

http://www.photoshop.com/tutorials/1678

http://www.wikihow.com/Use-Adobe-Photoshop-Tools

http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshopfamily.html?promoid=KAUCA

https://www.google.com 

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