1. Study Portraits:
- Senior Pictures
- Family Photographs
- Wedding Photography
- Special Event Photography
- Work Headshots / Profile Pictures
- The location should say something about your subject; background.
- Overall composition should be pleasing to the eye--draw viewers in and around.
- Lighting should give definition and shape to your subject's face.
- To complete the collage...
- You'll need to take 25+ original photographs.
- Bring the images into your working Photoshop document and resize them using the Free Transform tool. Make sure to hold shift to keep the aspect ratio!
- Right click on each image to Rasterize Image. This allows you to adjust color, brightness, contrast, etc.
- Put all your images in organized rows--or go hog wild, mixing and matching.
- Make sure you have your portrait copied;
- one as the base layer of your project
- and, the second as the top layer of your project--this top layer should be set to blending mode: screen.
- When you're all set, go to File > Save for Web and save your collage as a JPEG.
- Then go to File > Save As... and save your collage as a Photoshop PDF.
- Submit both of these files to Google Classroom.