RETURN TO ADVANCED DL PHOTO ASSIGNS
USING PIXLR TO CREATE MIRROR IMAGERY COMPOSITES

MIRROR IMAGERY ASSIGNMENT

STEP 1 •THE MIRROR IMAGERY "SHOOTING" ASSIGNMENT
•Shoot a minimum of 20 images to give yourself a selection of "source images" that you will use to create two "Mirror Imagery" composites.

•Take interesting photos of graphic scenes -think about light, lines, patterns,shapes...
•You must shoot images for this assignment -you cannot use photos you already have in your files or camera roll.

STEP 2 •WHAT TO DO -Use Pixlr/Photoshop to create "mirrored" composites.
•HERE IS A STEP-BY-STEP PIXLER IMAGE COMPOSITE TUTORIAL

•Pick your favorite image, crop it, copy it, & put it into a new Pixlr/Photoshop background.
•Go back to the original image and flip, or rotate the image.
•Paste that second version of your image onto the Pixlr/Photoshop slide.
•Align the second image with the original image on the slide to create a "mirror" effect.
•You can include either two, (or optional, four) images for your combined image.

CREATE TWO OF THESE COMPOSITE "MIRROR IMAGERY" PHOTOS

•Put each composite image on an individual Pixlr/Photoshop slide background.
•Color the slide backgrounds.
•Optional -put a border around your combined mirroredimages...

WHAT TO SUBMIT
•Submit two Mirror Images created from images that you've shot for this assignment.
•Save and submit images as:
P#lastname_mirrorimagery1
P#lastname_mirrorimagery2

*note -these are not images shot in a mirror, these are single images merged together to create the Mirror Imagery effect...

ASSIGNMENT TIPS
•Shoot images that are graphic and have symmetry.
•Have some fun with this –MAKE YOUR PHOTOS INTERESTING AND CREATIVE

HERE ARE SOME MIRROR IMAGERY EXAMPLES