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HOW TO SUBMIT "LIGHT" ASSIGNMENT
•To submit your light asssignment, put one image on each Photoshop slide background.
•Each slide needs a colored background and a border, or drop shadow,
around the image.
•Each slide should have your name, assignment name and period # written at the bottom.
•You must submit a screenshot of your 30 images (minimum) in a "proofsheet" along with your
•To turn your images and proofsheet into the teacher 206 server, name your submissions:
p#lastname_light3 (this is the proofsheet)
for example, my Light assignment submissions would be named:
p9vendsel_light1 • p9vendsel_light2 • p9vendsel_light3 (this is my proofsheet)
If your image is horizontal, the Photoshop slide background should be...
1024px wide x 768px tall @ 72ppi..... like the image below.
If your image is vertical, the Photoshop slide background should be
768px wide x 1024px tall @ 72ppi..... like the image below.
You need to do a screenshot of your "proof sheet" and write your name, assignment name and period number on the bottom. It should look similar to the proof sheet below.
BELOW ARE COMMON MISTAKES THAT YOU WANT TO AVOID WHEN SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS...
IMAGE TOO SMALL...
•IN THE EXAMPLE BELOW, THE IMAGE IS TOO SMALL ON THE BACKGROUND -IT'S A PHOTO ASSIGNMENT, THE PHOTOS SHOULD BE DOMINANT (VERY LARGE) ON THE BACKGROUND.
•IN THE IMAGE BELOW, THE PHOTO IS IMPROPERLY ALIGNED ON THE BACKGROND. THE SPACE ON EACH SIDE OF THE PHOTO MUST BE EQUAL.
INCORRECT SHAPE BACKGROUND...
•IN THE IMAGE BELOW, THE PHOTO IS ON THE INCORRECT BACKGROND. VERTICAL PHOTOS SHOULD BE PLACED ON VERTICAL BACKGROUNDS -PLACING THE PHOTO ON THE CORRECT SHAPE BACKGROUND IT MAKES THE PHOTO BIGGER AND IT BECOMES THE FOCAL POINT OF THE PRESENTATION,RATHER THAN THE BACKGROUND.
PHOTO IS DISTORTED...
•WHEN YOU RESIZE YOUR PHOTO ON A BACKGROUND (USING "COMMAND T") YOU MUST HOLD DOWN THE SHIFT KEY AND DRAG ONLY THE CORNER OF THE PHOTO... OTHERWISE, YOUR IMAGE BECOMES DISTORTED -IT LOOKS STRETCHED OR SQUISHED.