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The law of repetition brought me to different places in the world in just few minutes.
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Edited during the search of the new 7 wonders of the world. Makabayan, ‘ika nga. I remember this was one of the first photos appeared in google image search while doing so. And my photo in orange polo shirt was taken at Kalunasan Female Dormitory, Cebu City. We went there for an outreach program sponsored by CTU-Main Campus. That was when I had my last three subjects in M.T.E. (Master in Technician Education).
I haven’t been in Palawan yet but I want this edit be realized sooner or later. Like others travelers do, Read the rest of this entry »
Last time, I was talking about the founder of Apple Inc., CEO Steve Jobs who just left away.
This time, I will be talking about the real apple. Everyones favorite. One of my favorite fruits. That’s why I am choosing this as the subject of our activity.
The apple picture below was taken from FreeFoto.com. This is what we are going to experiment.
The second picture shown below appears to be different in color. This may be simple for you but not to newbies in ICT. Well, this is only their starting point. I believe that sooner or later, they can make amazing outputs by using Adobe Photoshop. Uhm… Anyway, I belong to the optimists.
Activity No. 3
- Get a picture 1 (with one color background) from the Internet and save it in My Documents.
- Get a picture 2 (anything with nice background) from the internet and save it My Documents.
- Open the picture 1.
- Click Layer> Duplicate Layer
- From the Toolbox, click Magic Wand and click on the area to be replaced with another background.
- Edit> Cut to get rid of the background.
- Open picture 2.
- Drag picture 2 to picture 1.
- Move picture 2 layer below picture 1 layer.
- Save As a PSD file format: Familyname_magicwand
Activity No. 2
- Get a picture (fruits) from the internet and save it in My Documents.
- Open the picture.
- Click layer> Duplicate Layer
- Add some blur to the picture you don’t want in the picture. Click Toolbox> Eraser Tool. Start erasing.
- Save As a PSD file format: Familyname_blur
- Get a picture from the internet and save it in My Documents.
- Open the picture.
- Click layer>Duplicate layer.
- Make the picture black and white. Click Image>Adjustments>Desaturate
- Add the layer mask to the black and white layer. Click Layer> Layer> Reveal All
- Click form the Toolbox> Eraser Tool and start erasing one object to make the color show
- Save As a PSD file format: Familyname_desaturate.