In this project, we worked on using the clone took in Photoshop to make a frog look like part of a tongue on a person's face. I thought this was a really cool tool to use, because it really allowed me to blend the two in and make them look connected. We used the drop shadow and adjusted the angle to make the frog look 3 dimensional, instead of flat.
This assignment was one of our tutorial assignments, in which we learned how to use photoshop for the first time. We took the mouth from a fish, and applied it to a stack of pancakes. When I first attempted this project, I had a lot of trouble figuring the program 'Photoshop' out. After I was done, it became so much easier to work my way around the program. It was a really fun project to do.
For this project, we were required to take several photos from the same position, and use the photo editing software called 'Photoshop' to "clone" all of the positions that we posed for the pictures, then rearrange them throughout the picture. Since this was my first time REALLY using photoshop, it was fun to try and figure the program out and use it in a functional manner.
The clones in my finished product are drawing attention to the '2016' sign made out of cups that is hanging on the gate. The sign originally said '2015', but I edited the shot because 2016 is my graduation year. The cool thing about this picture was the grass. The camera was placed on a field, so the grass got in the shot, and I think that makes it look really cool. If I could change something about the photo, I would make it more close up, because the clones are pretty far away in the picture.