Scheme of works for using a scanner, digital camera and Photoshop Course spring 2004
Digital Camera section
The "golden rule", the thirds and quarters rule in the division of composition
The importance of lighting - Look for light
Landscapes and detail. Use your highest resolution when taking pictures of landscapes - This is dependent upon the likely output of your picture, if it's for a small picture on a web page it doesn't matter as much as if you want to print it.
An exercise in depth of field in relation to portrait photography. Using the lock down technique take a picture of someone in the class, make sure the focus is on their face, and if possible open up the aperture as wide as possible, then take some shots.
An explanation of "depth of field"
2 Medium Depth of field explanation
3 Technical http://www.normankoren.com/Tutorials/MTF6.html
To do anything (change, delete, filter etc... ) either a part or all of an image one must firstly select the area
Selection menu and basic techniques
Selection techniques using the selection section of the toolbox.
Stroking, Filling, making shapes basics and stroking
Inverse selection, deselecting, selecting all
Multiple selections - which includees - Adding to and cutting out selections using the Shift and ALT keys.
The lasso, polygon lasso and the magnetic lasso
The magic wand