|Files Needed for Scenario 1:||
You took a picture of your sister for her modeling portfolio, but you are not satisfied with it. You want to make some refinements to make it look less washed out and more defined before showing it to her.
1. Open woman smiling.jpg in Camera Raw filter.
2. Experiment with the basic exposure, highlight, and shadow settings to see if you can improve upon it. Preview the before and after versions to see which looks best to you.
3. Experiment with the points curve and make any adjustments. Preview the before and after to see which looks best to you.
4. Continue to adjust settings until you are satisfied with the results.
5. Save it as my_woman_smiling and close Camera Raw–you must show evidence using the Camera Raw filter and not just a caption of the image.
Download the following file from the Supporting Materials:
|Files Needed for Scenario 2:||
You have decided to create a presentation of your photography work using Microsoft PowerPoint. In order to do so, you need to ensure that your photographs are saved in the right format.
1. Specify image settings for the web.
a) Display the girl_with_sunglasses.jpg image in Photoshop.
b) Select File→Export→Save for Web (Legacy).
c) In the Save for Web dialog box, select the 2-Up tab.
d) From the Tools panel, select the Hand tool and drag one of the image sections so that the girl’s face is within the section boundaries.
e) If necessary, click on the left image pane to select it.
f) In the upper right of the dialog box, display the Preset menu, select JPEG High, and note the size, quality, and download time at the bottom of the image pane.
g) At the bottom of the left image pane, select the Select download speed icon to display its menu and review the download time options.
h) Take a screen image of the page displaying the images and the Preset menu selection for submission.
i) Click on the icon again to close the menu. Save for Web dialog box and Close.
2. To save for Print.
a) From the Photoshop File menu, select Print.
b) In the Print dialog box, in the Printer Setup section.
c) From the Printer drop-down list, select your printer.
d) In the Copies text box, enter the number of copies.
e) Check the desired layout.
f) From the Color Management drop-down list, select Photoshop manages colors.
g) If necessary, select a printer profile.
h) From the Rendering Intent drop-down list, select Saturation as your rendering option.
i) Enter a description in the Description text box.
j) In the Position and Size section, select Center position. Enter values for scale percent, height, and width.
k) Take a screen image of the Print menu for submission. Select Print.
Submission Instructions: Submit the lastname_woman_smiling.psd and Lastname_girl_with_sunglasses.psd files created.