Friday, September 24, 2010

Week 5- Panoramas

I took this picture of O'Neill and put the images together to create a panorama. I used the paintbrush tool to edit some of the areas that were scratched and missing colors. 

I took this picture of the view from my house using three different photos. I then opened them on Photoshop and created a panorama.

That was my week 5 work!!!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Week 4 work-cloning and healing tools

In this picture, I combined a cheetah and an antelope using the clone tool.

I found a picture of a dog on the internet but it had a funny animated cat in it, so I removed the cat using the clone tool.

I used the healing brush tool to touch up a few spots on this picture. I also adjusted the lighting a little bit.

I found this picture of the Eiffel Tower and there were some people standing in front of it. I thought the people took away from the picture so I used the clone tool to remove them. They were standing along the bottom of the Eiffel Tower, partially blocking it. I mainly was working on the lower left-hand leg of the tower.

That was my week 4 work!!

Friday, September 10, 2010

Week 3 Work-Using Textures and Text

I took this picture of some sunflowers and then used a texture over top of it to make it look somewhat antiquated.   

I also put a texture on top of this picture of a bee on a marigold!

I took a picture of the road leading to my house and then added text on the road. I used some special effects on the letters.

I made this picture using a plain document and then added my family's name, using some special effects on the letters.
That was my week 3 work!!

Friday, September 3, 2010

Continuation of Week 2 Work

This is a picture using framing. I took the center of a tire and looked through it to focus on the landscape view.

I focused on the sign in this picture by decluttering the background. I also took this picture at a little bit crooked because I thought it added to the picture.    

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Week 2 Work-Elements of Photography

I used the trellis in this picture as a line to lead the eye. The eye would have had no where to rest if the line were not in the picture.

In this picture, I chose to photograph the flowers from a different angle as well as applying the rule of thirds by placing the flowers at the right side of the picture.

I filled the picture with this fire hydrant, not showing the background. I also chose to shoot the picture from a different angle.

I gave this picture a strong center of interest, first with the flower itself and then with the bright yellow center of the flower.

     I have a few more photos that I will be posting for this week.