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SEARCH THE WEB FOR REFLECTOR LIGHT PORTRAIT EXAMPLES
•Look on the web for TWO good examples of portraits shot using a reflector.
•These can be the reflector portraits themselves, or a "before and after" pairing, or a shot of someone holding a reflector, or examples of the effects of different color temperature reflectors....
•Set your web browser search tools to "large" image size.
•When you find a good example of reflector light image(s), click on the thumbnail to make it big, or "visit" image.
•Click and drag the image to your desktop, or do a screengrab of the image.
•Open the image in photoshop.
•If the image has layers, go to the layer pulldown menu, then scroll down to "flatten image."
•If your image is a horizontal, then crop the photo at 900px wide @72ppi.
•If your image is a vertical, then crop the photo at 800px tall @72ppi.
•YOU DO NOT NEED TO PUT THE IMAGES ON A BACKGROUND! :)
•Save your photos as:
•Put all your images, saved as jpegs, in a folder titled:
•Place your folder of images in the p3adv_reflector file in the Googel Classroom server.