Archive for February 2009




Chapter 7

In chapter 7 I learned what causes red eye in a photo. And, it is caused by the retinas reflecting to the camera flash. In other images there can be problems with the photo besides red eye, such as a lens flaw. The causes of  a lens flaw are, if you set the lens’ focal length incorrectly or by tiling the camera vertically or horizonilly. I learned that there are many things that can happen to an image, and it can either be caused by the photographer, and the way in which the camera is set or used.

(A)  locate and interpret written information;

Find and translate written information;

(D)  demonstrate productive work habits and attitudes, for example, dependability and punctuality; and

Show that they are on task and they attitudes are punctual.

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Add a comment February 25, 2009

chapter 6

In this chapter I learned that a mask is similar to a channel in that that is where it is stored and known as. These masks are helpful because once you deselect the image it goes away and you are able to work on the other images without the interference of the masked image. A Channel is the storage area its self of and image and that image is a layer because it is selected and edited by panting tools.

(A)  identify and describe the different components of the telecommunications industry;

Know and describe the different components of the industry;

(iii)  retrieve data; and

Keep data and

Add a comment February 24, 2009

Chapter 5

In Chapter 5 I learned that you need to also remember the name you saved the image under and constantly save it or else it will not be saved and you will be screwed, trust me I know. I also learned that it is possible to make one layer of an image to be in front or behind another layer; you can do this by using layers and the subcommands which include bring to front, step back and other things. It is very helpful when you want one image to stand out and be surrounded to other images as if they were all connected.

(A)  differentiate the nature and interrelationships of fields, records, and files in databases;

Know the difference in nature and the relationships that intermingle with the fields, records and files

(iii)  retrieve data; and

Keep data and

Add a comment February 20, 2009

Chapter 1 Photoshop

In chapter one I learned that there are two types of images that you can open within Photo shop; any sort of graphic of photograph that can be scanned and also a digital image. In photo shop there are tools that have tools with-in it. For instance, there are different types of “wands” that are used for different programs and photographs. If the photograph needs to be retouched then one wand might be more useful than the other one. This shows that there are multiple options to solving a photography crisis. To make it easier to find tools and keep the space organized you can move it around to your liking. This organization will help with clutter and make it easier to view and change the photograph.

(B)  incorporate supplementary resources and references;

Connect the information to resources and references;

(E)  organize ideas logically and sequentially.

Organize their ideas

Add a comment February 18, 2009

Chapter 4

In chapter four i learned that by creating different layers you save one selection of the picture and keep it’s original state to keep if you made a mistake or want to see the change from the original to what you have now. The magic wand outlines each section of an image based on it’s layers and shading of each part of the image. It is helpful when you want to change only a portion of the image because it defines it for you.

(C)  list available hardware and software most appropriate for specific tasks.

List the hardware and software that are the best for the specific tasks

(A)  differentiate the nature and interrelationships of fields, records, and files in databases;

Know the difference in nature and the relationships that intermingle with the fields, records and files

Add a comment February 12, 2009

Chapter 3

In this lesson i learned that a snapshot is useful in that it is a temporary record of a specific stage in your work. This is useful because you can revert to a time in your history palette and see the changes you have create and what step they were made in.

(B)  incorporate supplementary resources and references;

Connect the information to resources and references;

(E)  organize ideas logically and sequentially.

Organize their ideas

Add a comment February 10, 2009

Chapter 2

In lesson two, I learned how to turn an image by using a cropping tool and that tool also allows you to trim and scale the image. I also learned that once you have change the saturation of an image, by changing the purity of the image, you are able to change the tent of the image.

(B)  compare the functions and features of different operating systems, environments, and utilities; and

Compare the uses and features of different operating systems, environments and utilities; and

(C)  create desktop publications importing text and graphics; and

Create the graphics and text for the publication, and:

Add a comment February 5, 2009

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