That’s some niiice documentary. Jk, at least it doesn’t say Whoretney or Fluff My Garfield. I hope y’all enjoy the nice music and ken burns effects.
Sister: The Legacy of the Sisters of Saint Joseph</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user15631352″>Jake
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Hola. Well, this week has gone by slowly, and I’m glad it’s finally. It’s also been pretty stressful because my dad had surgery a few weeks ago, and now my mom had surgery this week. But it’s all good. We started reading Julius Caesar, which, not surprisingly, is very interesting to me. We’re just now planning our Forensics trip to Philadelphia in a month, which I’m really, really excited about. I’m getting a really busy summer going on. Plus State Forensics is in a week. State was one of my favorite memories from last year. I can’t wait. Well, last Friday had a lot of news about the Boston bombers. I watched pretty much the entire event of the capture of the younger brother since I was at the hospital for HOURS on Friday. Well, tis all well.
I made boring things look, somewhat, interesting (no)
This is my final. I added pin-head larry. I also also added a beautiful Tom Hanks. I added a creepy picture of Kourtney and I. Then I used the filter gallery to add an even creepier Anne Hathaway.
This is my collage. I like my collage. Why? Because it’s meaningful. It describes me. How? I used pictures important to me. Pam is my favorite friend. Mainly because she has no life, and I have no life. Therefore we’re forced to be friends. She appears twice in the collage. I had a great time at prom, so I put in some prom pictures. My favorite memory is during the West Virginia Mission Trip of 2012. There are a few pictures of my group and the places I visited. I love dogs. More specifically, I love my dog. There are pictures of my dog and other dogs. I added some pictures of my favorite interests. I love CoKoehn.
What is there to say? After spending much time and effort into these training videos, I’ve learned much about photoshop, Deke, and myself doncha know?
First off, Deke took me on a magical carpet ride into the world of shadows, midtones, and highlights. I learned the important uses of tools like the brightness/contrast, levels, curves, and the automated features.
Deke then enlightened us about cropping. How to crop rotated photos, fixing a bad camera job, and even getting a picture of a painting from another picture. A picture within a picture… Piception!
Next Deke gently guided me through a meadow of flowers, bunnies, and selection making. I learned the difference between the different selection tools. Different tools-hi Mr. White- are good for different jobs you need done. He also informed me of many tips to make my selections better than Paula Dean’s selections.
Next comes my favorite part of my week with Deke. Deke showed me the way through the adventures of red eyes fixing, teeth whitening, blemish fixing, spot healing, and face toning. Afterwards me and Deke together ate nothing but falcon eggs, protein shakes, and ROCKS. And we would take whatever we could find, and we would hoist it over our heads yelling I am Umbridge, hear me smash!
Here’s an interesting National Geographic issue. To create the nice yellow border around the cover, I used the rectangle tool. Afterwards, I found this immensely attractive photo of Richard Simmons and Quick Selected him into the photo. I added the ancient civilization photo into the background. I copied and pasted a section of the mountain top using the Lasso tool to make the effect of the mountain appearing before the main title text. The FX tools Drop Shadow and Stroke were used to make the text more easily readable. This most beautiful surprise you may find in the upper right hand corner was made using the Quick Selection tool and the layer’s main opacity. Last, and certainly not least, I took my self photo and quick selected myself onto the top of the mountain and used the Match Color and Brightness adjustments to, well, adjust.