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Elizabeth Lukes

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4.3- Art in the Environment- Photo Editing

Great job taking your photos last week! Give yourself a pat on the back, photographers! Today we are learning photo editing. We’re going to try cropping, changing filters and adjusting the value. Watch the provided screencast, on how to crop and edit your photos. When you finish, please add them to an album on Seesaw. Please edit a minimum of 3-5 photos. Vocabulary: 1. Cropping means to trim the edges of your photo. 2. Value is the visible lightness to darkness of a color. When thinking of gray tones, find the bright light parts, to the middle tones, to the darkest tones. 3. A filter alters or changes the look of a photo. It might sharpen the photo, or change the color of the image. Tips for Success: 1. Remember- you do NOT want anything man made in your photos. No cars, houses, fences, decks, etc. You will work to crop these items out of your images. 2. Try adding a filter! OR Try adjusting the value! How does this change the mood or tone of your image? 3. When you finish editing, upload your images to an album on Seesaw.

4th Grade, Art
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