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Computer II & Art II Portfolio

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Brode McIntosh

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Art II Photography
Photoshop Custom Brushes
Individual Photoshop Projects
Art II Sketchbooks
Art II Projects
Presentations
Computer II & Art II
Brode McIntosh


Photoshop Tools
Photoshop Tools Shenanigans
Definitions
Examples
Option
Sketch
Video
Render
Noise
Brode & Joe



Bas Relief
Chalk and Charcoal
Charcoal
Chrome
Conte Crayon
Graphic Pen
Halftone Pattern
Note Paper
Photocopy
Plaster
Reticulation
Stamp
Torn Edges
Water Paper
Definition- Transforms an image so that it appears carved in low relief and lit to accent the surface variations. Dark areas of the image take on the foreground color, and light colors use the background color.
Definition- Redraws highlights and midtones with a solid midtone gray background drawn in coarse chalk. Shadow areas are replaced with black diagonal charcoal lines. The charcoal is drawn in the foreground color; the chalk, in the background color.
Definition-Creates a posterized, smudged effect. Major edges are boldly drawn, and midtones are sketched using a diagonal stroke. Charcoal is the foreground color, and the background is the color of the paper.
Definition- Renders the image as if it had a polished chrome surface. Highlights are high points, and shadows are low points in the reflecting surface. After applying the filter, use the Levels dialog box to add more contrast to the image.
Definition- Replicates the texture of dense dark and pure white Conté crayons on an image. The Conté Crayon filter uses the foreground color for dark areas and the background color for light areas. For a truer effect, change the foreground color to one of the common Conté Crayon colors (black, sepia, or sanguine) before applying the filter. For a muted effect, change the background color to white, add some of the foreground color to the white background, and then apply the filter.
Definition- Uses fine, linear ink strokes to capture the details in the original image. The effect is especially striking with scanned images. The filter replaces color in the original image, using the foreground color for ink and the background color for paper.
Definition- Simulates the effect of a halftone screen while maintaining the continuous range of tones.
Definition- Creates an image that appears to be constructed of handmade paper. This filter simplifies images and combines the effects of the Stylize > Emboss and Texture > Grain filters. Dark areas of the image appear as holes in the top layer of paper, revealing the background color
Definition- Simulates the effect of photocopying an image. Large dark areas tend to be copied only around their edges, and midtones fall away to either solid black or solid white.
Definition- Molds an image from 3D plaster, and then colorizes the result using the foreground and background color. Dark areas are raised, and light areas are recessed.
Definition- Simulates the controlled shrinking and distortion of film emulsion to create an image that appears clumped in the shadows and lightly grained in the highlights.
Definition- Simplifies the image so that it appears to be created with a rubber or wood stamp. This filter is best used with black-and-white images.
Definition- Reconstructs the image so that it appears composed of ragged, torn pieces of paper, and then colorizes the image using the foreground and background colors. This filter is particularly useful for text or high-contrast objects.
Definition- Uses blotchy daubs that appear painted onto fibrous, damp paper, causing the colors to flow and blend.
De-Interlace
NTSC Colors
Definition- Smooths moving images captured on video by removing either the odd or even interlaced lines in a video image. You can choose to replace the discarded lines by duplication or interpolation.
Definition- Restricts the gamut of colors to those acceptable for television reproduction, to prevent oversaturated colors from bleeding across television scan lines.
Add Noise
Despeckle
Dust and Scratches
Median
Reduce Noise
Definition- Applies random pixels to an image, simulating the effect of shooting pictures on high-speed film. You can also use the Add Noise filter to reduce banding in feathered selections or graduated fills or to give a more realistic look to heavily retouched areas. Options for noise distribution include Uniform and Gaussian. Uniform distributes color values of noise using random numbers between 0 and plus or minus the specified value, creating a subtle effect. Gaussian distributes color values of noise along a bell-shaped curve, creating a speckled effect. The Monochromatic option applies the filter to only the tonal elements in the image without changing the colors.
Definition- Detects the edges in an image (areas where significant color changes occur) and blurs all of the selection except those edges. This blurring removes noise while preserving detail.
Definition- Reduces noise by changing dissimilar pixels. To achieve a balance between sharpening the image and hiding defects, try various combinations of Radius and Threshold settings. Or apply the filter to selected areas in the image.
Definition- Reduces noise in an image by blending the brightness of pixels within a selection. The filter searches the radius of a pixel selection for pixels of similar brightness, discarding pixels that differ too much from adjacent pixels, and replaces the center pixel with the median brightness value of the searched pixels. This filter is useful for eliminating or reducing the effect of motion on an image.
Definition- Reduces noise while preserving edges based on user settings affecting the overall image or individual channels.
Clouds
Definition- Generates a soft cloud pattern using random values that vary between the foreground and the background colors. To generate a more stark cloud pattern, hold down Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac OS) as you choose Filter > Render > Clouds. When you apply the Clouds filter, the image data on the active layer is replaced.
Difference Clouds
Definition- Uses randomly generated values that vary between the foreground and background color to produce a cloud pattern. The filter blends the cloud data with the existing pixels in the same way the Difference mode blends colors. The first time you choose this filter, portions of the image are inverted in a cloud pattern. Applying the filter several times creates rib and vein patterns that resemble a marble texture. When you apply the Difference Clouds filter, the image data on the active layer is replaced.
Fibers
Definition- Creates the look of woven fibers using the foreground and background colors. You use the Variance slider to control how the colors vary (a low value produces long streaks of color, and a high value results in very short fibers with more varied distribution of color). The Strength slider controls how each fiber looks. A low setting produces a loose weave, and a high setting produces short, stringy fibers. Click the Randomize button to change how the pattern looks; you can click the button a number of times until you find a pattern you like. When you apply the Fibers filter, the image data on the active layer is replaced.
Lens Flare
Definition- Simulates the refraction caused by shining a bright light into a camera lens. Specify a location for the center of the flare by clicking anywhere inside the image thumbnail or by dragging its cross hair.
Lightning Effects
Definition- Lets you produce myriad lighting effects on RGB images by varying 17 light styles, three light types, and four sets of light properties. You can also use textures from grayscale files (called bump maps) to produce 3D-like effects and save your own styles for use in other images.
Texture Fill
Definition- The Texture Fill filter uses a grayscale Photoshop image as a texture for an image.
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Detail
Smoothness
Light(extended options)
Foreground Color
Charcoal Area
Chalk Area
Stroke Pressure
Foreground Color
Charcoal Thickness
Detail
Light/Dark Balance
Foreground Color
Detail
Smoothness
Foreground Color
Foreground Level
Background Level
Texture
Scaling
Relief Light(extended options
Invert
Foreground Color
Stroke Length
Light/Dark Balance
Stroke Direction(extended options)
Foreground Color
Size
Contrast
Pattern Type(extended options
Foreground Color
Image Balance
Graininess
Relief
Foreground Color
Detail
Darkness
Foreground Color
Image Balance
Smoothness
Light(extended options)
Foreground Color
Density
Foreground Level
Background Level
Foreground Color
Light/Dark Balance
Smoothness
Foreground Color
Image Balance
Smoothness
Balance
Foreground Color
Fiber Length
Brightness
Contrast
Foreground Color
Eliminate
Create New Fields By
Variance
Strength
Randomize
Brightness
Lens Type
Style(extended options)
Light Type(extended options)
Intensity
Focus
Gloss
Material
Exposure
Ambience
Texture Channel(extended options)
Amount
Distribution
Monochramatic
Radius
Threshold
Radius
Strength
Preserve Details
Reduce Color Noise
Remove JPEG Artifact
Photoshop Fries
Kiss This
Colorblind
Supersized

Pencil Drawing
Astronaut
Homecoming Poster

Homecoming Poster
Photoshop Tutorials
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Color Fill
Day of the Dead
Celtic
Print Making
Men's USA Olympic Basketball Brushes
Weapons
(Guns) Custom Brushes
Ambigram
Texas Horns
Polynesian Animal
Terrorism Poster
Wrapped Animal
Reflection Being the Focus
Vintage, Rusty, Tools or Machinery
Blurred Background
Forced Perspective
Color Projected Portrait
Plastic Bag Photo
Sunset Silhouette
Projected Image Portrait
Bokeh
Black and White With Colored Area Erased and Being the Focus
Black and White Using Levels
All Colors Except 1 Desaturated
Text Overlay
Sepia Toned
Adjustments made for Improvements (2)
Zoom Blur
Tim Burton Character
Double Image Painting
Pencil Drawing
(Choice Project)
Stop Motion
Tattoo Myself
Tribal Tattoo With Tribal Animal
Cheeming Boi Cup Drawing
Low Poly
Self Portrait
Scratch Board
Digital Painting
Fantasy Landscape
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