(Guest speaker Feb 1st, no time to work on project)
Part 1: Photoshop 'Double Exposure' Portrait
Due: Completed composite due Tuesday, February 6th
Following the tutorial we completed (or similar), create a portrait or self portrait using YOUR OWN photographs. We will learn to light a portrait on a white background in the studio, and then use another image or even several images you have taken. Think about the significance of the images you select. What might they tell us about the person? How do the images match in mood or emotion?
Double Color Exposure Effect
Planning Sketch: Friday, February 9th
Images Shot by: Wednesday, February 14th
Completed composite due Thursday, February 22nd (No school Feb 16 & 20)
After researching Surrealism, you will brainstorm your surreal photo composite. Once you have your idea, you will plan your image to determine what photos you will need to take to create your image in Photoshop. Once our plan is approved by Mrs. Olden, you can check out a camera to shoot the images you need. Next, import your images and get to work compositing in Photoshop!
- Create your own ORIGINAL surreal image.
- Every image must be your own.
- In Photoshop, use layers and layer masks.
- The finished product should be aesthetically pleasing.
- The finished product should be like a dream that we want to interpret (something deeper than just a “trippy” image).
- Avoid cliche