Completion makes eligible for: Photoshop 3, Animation, Game Design
Prerequisites: Intro to Photoshop
1. Take, edit, enhance, and manipulate four photos with Adobe Photoshop.
2. Use online tutorials to develop photo editing skills.
3. Synthesize skills learned throughout the engagement as you develop unique pieces of work.
4. Document the photo-editing process using PowerPoint.
5. Research Andy Warhol and photography and the connections to STEAM.
INTRODUCTION: Using PowerPoint, create a title and introduction slide. These slides must have the authors first and last name. The objectives must be REWRITTEN IN YOUR OWN WORDS. The presentation must be aesthetically pleasing and grammatically correct.
1. Read this article to understand how to use selective colors.
2. Take a picture outside or in a common place (cafeteria, gym, team room, etc. NOT a classroom).
3. PHOTO 1 - Using your picture you took of the school, select the color using the skills learned in the article. Use the selective color to emphasize something important, or something that you want people to notice.
4. Read these three articles
- PHOTO 2- Using the skills you developed throughout this engagement and the intro to Photoshop engagement, develop and create a "Picture-Compare Puzzle" with 10 differences between the two photos
1. Give a brief history of Andy Warhol
2. Showcase some of his famous works as well as a few slides on his influence on art
1. Choose a “Pop Art” artist in history whose work you admire. Research the artist and their style. People to consider in your research might be Andy Warhol or Keith Haring.
2. Why do you admire them? What makes their work interesting?
3. What tools would you use in Photoshop to mimic their work?
1. Read this article: This Learning Launcher
2. Watch this video: youtube
3. Take a picture of a person in class outside of your group.
4. PHOTO 3- Transform this picture to become inspired by Andy Warhol’s screen printing work (Campbell’s soup cans, and Marilyn Monroe).
5. Follow this video tutorial to blur a background and make a subject stand out
6. Take a picture of an unusually photographed object in the hallway (Example: Trash can, a pencil, water fountain, ECT.)
7. PHOTO 4- Using the skills learned, change your photograph in a unique way to mimic the work of the artist that inspired you in your research.
21ST CENTURY SKILLS:
1. Choose one of the four C’s and tell us the strengths AND challenges your group faced through this engagement (Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, OR Critical Thinking).
2. What have you learned about yourself or group using the C chosen?
3. What advice, specific to this engagement would you give a group starting this engagement