Preparation: we will all go to the p.ic blog and read the Photography Tutorial.
Next we will team up and then see how many cameras we will have between each other. If you have a good quality mobile, you can use that to take the pictures. Otherwise you will be able to use a digital camera provided by the library.
Take 2 photos of each team member. The photos need to be taken in front of a white background.
Take 5 pictures of each type of texture (see p.ic tutorial)
We will next combine the texture with your photo in Photoshop and apply some of the skills, that you have learnt over the past weeks. Make sure to use your own photos that you took for this one.
Follow the instructions on this tutorial (that we used in the previous two classes): 3 Images
Swiss International Style – Joseph Müller-Brockmann – Beethoven – found at www.designhistory.com
Swiss travel poster from 1934 by Herbert Matter – Source: http://swisstype.wordpress.com/work/
Britons, Lord Kitchener Wants You! Propaganda poster design from WWI by Alfred Leere. Image: courtesy of WorldWarEra.com
Illustration by Jessie Ford, found on DzineBlog.com
Couple found at http://frenchbydesign.blogspot.com.au
Mosaic of Sofia Coppola – by Maurizio Galimberti – www.mauriziogalimberti.it
Milk Poster – Swiss International Style Reference – by Annabel Stephen Salip
Text and Shapes – This design lends itself to an interactive use – found at: Smashing Magazine (click image for inspiring article on table of content design)
Custom Shapes and Custom Shape Icon
A Beautiful Piece by Aerosol found on his Facebook
Illustration by Kate Miller, found on DzineBlog.com
Image from morgueFile by lemai13
Work by Jo W
Text and Shapes – This design lends itself to an interactive use – found at: Klafferty.com
Study – Lines and Grace Kelly – by Federico Viola photo: courtesy of GettingCheeky.com and curved lines wallpaper: courtesy of FreeFever.com
Poppies – Vector art Federico Viola based on photo by hotblack from morgueFile
Only practice will help you learn! Photo by BreonWarwick on morgueFile
Text-based Table of Content – Very Graphic and Black and White- found at: Smashing Magazine (click image for inspiring article on table of content design)
Uncle Sam Wants You, WWI Propaganda Poster for US Army recruits, Design by James Montgomery Flagg, 1916, image found at: Live Auctioneers
Vista Lighting Effect – Courtesy of: Tutorial9
Screenshot of Endless Alphabet 2, courtesy of AppsPlayground.com
Photo by mcconnors on morgueFile
Experimental Photomontage by Robert Heinecken
Example of applied changes
The gentle curve of the river and the light green tones of the grass give this image a calming feel. The montains and the clouds have a less calming effect. Image: courtesy of Icon Photography School – http://www.photographyicon.com/line/
‘For Great Road Trips: Switzerland’ Poster by Herbert Matter in (Swiss) International Style – Source: http://swisstype.wordpress.com/work/
Work by Justin Anderson
Based on image by hotblack on morgueFile.com – F.Viola
Concept for Gallery Screnshot
Massive Attack – The Essential Mix
The underlined text and insertion point at end of the word indicates that you are still in the type mode.
Illustration: Jamie McKelvie – Art Brut Record
Close-up at Fed Square, Federico Viola 2013
Jenga, photo courtesy of: Design-Crit.com
Based on photo by dhester from morgueFile.com
Colourful Table of Content – Ribbons in Primary Colours – found at: LifeBlue.com
Table of Content from Textbook – This design lends itself to an interactive use – found at: Smashing Magazine (click image for inspiring article on table of content design)
Outlined text changed in size and colours dropped into the individual letters with Eyedropper tool using LMB + Alt
Work by Egon Schiele, found at Mom.org
Found at Inc.com
Light Streaks – Courtesy of: PhotoshopEssentials
Photo by DTL on morgueFiles
From ‘Henri’s Walk to Paris’ 1962 – children’s book by Saul Bass Found at: Brainpickings.org
Photo by agathabrown on morgueFile
The swirls in the image are made up of numerous lines. Courtesy of: www.openprocessing.org
Photo by dharder on morgueFiles.com
Image source: Data Center Knowledge
Based on photo by xandert found on morgueFile
Screenshot – 82 Everyone is a Marketer by Seth Godin from What’s Your Story by Joyce Hostyn
Multimedia Production Cycle – This image is under the Creative Common Agreement, you can use it but will need to reference this site: www.classoffederico.wordpress.com
Photomontage: Amir Ebrahim Photography
Using the Reflect tool (o) to reflect the i downwards as if it has collapsed in front.
Photo by frenchbyte on morgueFile
Illustration by Jessie Ford, found on DzineBlog.com
Based on a photo by delboysafa from morgueFile.com
Photo by clarita on morgueFile
Leonardo’s St. John the Baptist, Louvre, Paris, Image: courtesy of A World History of Art – www.all-art.org
Courtesy of The Art of Mass Effect Universe’, 2012
Some of us have there most enjoyable moments in nature at the beach, Photo by rivediamoci on morgueFiles
Photo by Seemann on morgueFile.com
The Face by drfranken found on ChromoArt.de
Lines and Gradients- Courtesy of: psdtuts+
Illustration by Gary Neill found on Dzineblog.com – http://garyneill.com/ http://garyneill.tumblr.com/
Photo by matthewbridges on morgueFile.com
I Want You – Emily Strange, The lovable Emily Strange came to life in 1991, designed by Nathan Carrico for Santa Cruz Skateboards. She is referred to as a counterculture icon. I would just call her a sceptic. Image found at: Kollectable Kaos
Your Lipstick Needs You, an entertaining take by Digital Media Artist Samantha Cain. Courtesy of: Samantha Cain, http://www.behance.net/samanthacain
Photo by clarita on www.morguefile.com
The Glossy Reflection is transparent on top and gets whiter towards the bottom.
Photo by hotblack on morgueFile.com
Setting the grid up.
Contemporary design in style of Construcitvism by Teo Brito found at LauraGreen92 – click image for more information and link to her blog
Illustrator unknown – found at: Ephemera – World of Rare Books
Illustration: Jamie McKelvie – Suburban Glamour Comic Series
Source: morgueFile, Photo by matei
This is a template for a business website found at TemplateMonster. It is interesting in the sense that it breaks up the main image as part of the navigation. The sound it comes with is annoying.
Steel Curves, Image: courtesy of flickr.com, photographer: Margeois.