Description This lesson will cover a handful of the multiple ways to make selections in Photoshop. Similar processes can be used in other programs or online. Objectives Student will use the Magic Wand and/or the Quick Selection tool to make a selection of a portion …
Description Students will use two methods to make a cutout background of an image. This will also cover the integration of Photoshop and InDesign. Objectives Students will use Photoshop Paths to save a path for importing in InDesign. Students will create a cutout background in …
Description Students will use adjustment layers in Photoshop to improve a photo using non-destructive methods. They will create an argument for or against using each of the Adjustment Layers in normal workflow of processing images. Objectives Students will apply adjustment layers to adjust an image. …
In this short lesson, students will learn about several different methods of capturing motion in photography, including techniques for blurring and freezing motion.
In this one-day lesson, students will explore the differences between news and feature photos. They will learn techniques for shooting different types of photos and then will practice them as a homework assignment.
This lesson provides a review and a test of news gathering basics: research, writing questions, interviewing and observation. It is a classroom-based option to culminate the News Gathering Basics unit.
A culminating project to combine what students learned into one design assignment
A variety of review options to evaluate student learning and prepare for the culminating project
A lesson exposing students to different storytelling formats as supplemental or standalone coverage
A lesson introducing the key components of an infographic to represent large amounts of data in a reader-friendly format