In this first challenge of the course, you are tasked with cleaning up an image that was scanned from a slide. Fix the exposure issue and crop the image to the perfect aspect ratio for including in a PowerPoint presentation.
- [Narrator] We've covered a lot of…image repair techniques so,…it's time for your first challenge of the course.…Here's an image I shot of a marine biologist…working on corals at the…Australian Institute of Marine Science.…I shot the picture on film and scanned it into the computer.…Now, Dr. Hatch would like to use this image…in a class presentation.…I need you to fix the exposure problems with image.…Clean up all the dust and dirt that was stuck on the slide,…then crop it down to an appropriate aspect ratio…for a wide-screen slideshow…and improve on the overall composition.…
Use any and all of the tools and techniques…that we've covered thus far.…This challenge should take you…less than about 10 minutes to complete.…When you're finished, watch the next movie…and I'll show you how I handle this image.…
- Mastering the Photoshop user interface
- Making selective adjustments
- Using actions for repetitive tasks
- Fixing common image problems
- Repairing an image with masks
- Preparing images for use on the web
- Creating 360 VR panoramas
- Making an animated GIF
Skill Level Intermediate
Teaching Techniques: Blended Learningwith Chris Mattia1h 37m Intermediate
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Photoshop
2. Image Basics for Teaching and Learning
3. Fixing Common Image Problems
4. Preparing Images for Presentations
5. Creating Web Graphics
6. Videos, Animations, and 360 Media
7. Exporting Images
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