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Photoshop Collection – PURPLE! (Creation of 10 photos) March 29, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jessie Stuart @ 2:19 pm



For this image I used the line colouring technique. You first start off with a white image and then by the time you are finished you have many different layers and a coloured picture. I had alot of fun colouring pictures and the technique is so cool!



To create this image, I used the “gritty” technique. This is a simple technique using the high pass filter and making a very neat picture. I really like the way this image turned out, it brings out many different colours and the picture looks amazing! I hope to work with the gritty technique again!


This picture is a variety of photos that I combined together that represent not only my interests but my theme, purple. I had alot of fun creating this image and choosing all of the photos that I inserted. Collages are very fun to make!



To create this image I used the clone stamp tool. This tool allows you to remove any object you choose from your photo. I really enjoy this tool because the final product always loooks neat. In this photo I removed the belt from this purple dress.



To create this image I used the hair colouring technique. It is a very cool tool, and to make the colour dark or lighter you just duplicate the layer. I thought this picture was relevant because she was wearing a purple dress and I coloured her hair purple.


After #1

After #2

To create these two images I used the filters option. First you select an area that you wish to stay the same, than you can choose one of the many cool filter options! I really enjoyed creating these photos because it really makes the purple shoes pop!



To create this image I used the “One in a crowd” concept and a touch of filters. One in a crowd is where a picture is black and white but there is one particular part that is left coloured. I really like this unique tool because it really gives the pictures some cool dimensions.



To create this photo I also used the one in a crowd concept. I really enjoy the cool look it gave on these purple smarties. I hope to used this again sometime in the future!



To create this last photo, I used the line colouring tool, which involves many layers. I chose to do this character because it is a puffle from the popular children’s virtual game Club Penguin. I really enjoyed working with line colouring, it was alot of fun!



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Photoshop Wrap-Up Assignment March 9, 2011

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For this image I selected the area that I wanted the colour change to affect, then I inversed the selection. Once that was finished, I went to Image, then to adjustments, and then to black and white, or you could go alt + shift + ctrl + b. I really enjoy this image because it shows not only canadian’s love for hockey but a diverse situation and the little hint of colour really makes the image pop!

For this collection I used 4 of the many filter techniques available. First you need to select the area of the image that you wish to keep the same, and then inverse it. Once that is complete  you go to the filter menu and choose one of the many cool selections available. I love this collection so much because it was very fun to work with all of the different techniques, and this also shows my love for Sidney Crosby!

This picture is all about me! I love this picture because it shows everything of interest to me. To create this picture I used a variety of image and selected them, followed by inversing them to move onto this background. I really love this picture because it shows how diverse I am and shows all of my interests.

To create this image we used the gritty technique. To do this we used high pass and low pass layers followed by the “hard light” technique. I think this picture is of interest to me because the end result looks so cool and it is a good memory from my trip to encounters with canada. I would definitely like to try making more gritty pictures in the future.


 To create this image we you many layers and many different techniques. I think I most enjoy this image not only because its a classic disney character but it was very fun to create once I learned the steps on how to do it. Many different cartoonists create images like this and I think some day a career like this may me interesting.


Air Brushing Assignment March 7, 2011

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After Air Brushing


Gritty Assignment

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Hair Colouring Assignment

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