Objective (I can)
use technology applications when completing Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications projects and processes. The student is expected to:
(A) use technology applications such as social media, email, Internet, writing and publishing, presentation, and spreadsheet or database applications for Arts, Audio/Video Technology, and Communications projects; and
(B) use processes such as personal information management, file management, and file sharing.
understandprinciples of commercial photography. The student is expected to:
(A) demonstrate knowledge of photographic composition and layout; and
(B) evaluate photographs using principles of art, commercial photography standards, and critical-thinking skills.
I can use frame animation to create an animated rocket and clock and export it as an animated GIF file. (2 DIFFERENT ASSIGNMENTS)
All resources for the Rocket Animation AND the Clock Animation are on Google Classroom.
Objective (I can:)
- Demonstrate knowledge of software applications
- Delineate compatibility issues involving digital file formats
- Use vocabulary related to digital graphics
- Analyze the designs to decide the point of interest and prominence
- Combine graphics for foundation or enrichment curricular projects
- Read and use technical documentation
- Demonstrate proficiency in and appropriate use of the Internet
- Use lightning techniques including shadows and shading to create an effect
- Publish information in saved files
Making shiny text in Photoshop is a great way to liven up publications or customer literature. Photoshop text effects can also help to improve the readability of a document, calling attention to headers and helping to make the document’s structure more clear. One of the best ways to create this type of effect in Photoshop is by using the program’s Layer Effects tools on your text. The Layer Effects tools allows you to add drop-shadows, beveling and light effects across entire layers of your image, so you can create shine effects on even large amounts of text.
Wooden Text Instructions
Google Classroom for Photos