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  • Writer's pictureNicole Pollard

Jan. 18th & 19th

Updated: Jan 18

  1. Ripped Paper Effect Edit


  1. Open up the image titled “woman face”

  2. Go to your layer panel. Choose ADD IMAGE. Add the “textured paper” image.

  3. Go to your layer panel. Choose ADD IMAGE. Add the “cat” image. Size it down by dragging the CORNER. Place it over the woman’s eyes.

  4. Lower the opacity of the cat to make sure it lands where the woman’s eyes are, then increase the opacity back up to 100%.

  5. Go to your layer panel. Choose ADD IMAGE. Add the ripped paper1 and ripped paper 2. Adjust them so they are around the cat’s eyes.

  6. Use the CUTOUT/MASK tool to remove excess paper on the “ripped paper” layers.

  7. Click on the cat layer, and use the CUTOUT/MASK tool to remove the excess cat image

  8. Flatten the image

  9. Go to FILTER, EFFECTS LIBRARY. Choose a filter of your choice.

2. Outdoor Shooting

  • Take a photo of a classmate, and have them take a photo of you. Make sure your background is SOLID and/or pleasing to the eye (no trash cans or superfluous items). You can use the walls of NAHS, or the greenery down by the grass.

  • Your subject should be facing the camera dead on. No profile shots.

  • Shoot your subject PORTRAIT, NOT landscape.

  • Choose an animal image from

  • Repeat the steps from the previous tutorial with your own image, and an image of your "spirit animal"

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