• Take a photo that is either yours or that is public domain or under creative commons licensing (with permission to modify) and is over 1000 pixels in height and width. Create two copies. Do not use any of the practice files!
• Rename the first copy as lab2aoriginal and keep.
• Open the second copy and change the size of the overall image (canvas and image) to be under 600 px on each side. You may need to keep the image in proportion, so it might end up 600 x 400, or some other size. Just make sure you are not over 600 pixels for the widest side.
• After resizing, save as a .psd file (yourlastnamelab2a.psd).
• Now the tricky part. Save again in a Web-friendly format. Since this is a photo, you will need to go with either .jpg or .png.
• You should now have 3 files. The original (in whatever file format it was in), the resized image (as .psd), and the Web-friendly version (.jpg or .png).
Part B: --Opening, Cropping, and Saving
• Take a different photo that is either yours or that is in public domain or under creative commons licensing (with permission to make derivatives).
• Rename the first copy as lab2boriginal and keep.
• Open the second copy and crop part of the image.
• Save the modified version as Yourlastnamelab2b.psd and then do another save as to create a Web-friendly file (either a .jpg or .png file).
Part C: --Adding a Layer and Creating a Layer Blend
• Take two different photos that are either yours or that are in public domain or under creative commons licensing (with permission to make derivatives).
• Open the first photo in Photoshop.
• Open the second photo and copy or drag the second photo to be on a layer ABOVE the first photo.
• Apply a blend mode to the image. You can choose any blend mode as long as there is a difference in the appearance of the image after the blend is applied. DO NOT do opacity! Make sure you are doing a blend.
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