Bài giảng Introducing Desktop Publishing - Chapter 6 Integrating Publisher and Photoshop

Tài liệu Bài giảng Introducing Desktop Publishing - Chapter 6 Integrating Publisher and Photoshop: Integrating Publisher and Photoshop ChapterWorkshop FoundationsFind Photo Resources Workshop ToolboxImage ResolutionProjects Project 6-1: Create a PostcardProject 6-2: Add Text with PublisherProject 6-3: Create a BannerProject 6-4: Print an Oversized DocumentProject 6-5: Blend ImagesProject 6-6: Create a Booklet Skills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop ChapterProjects Project 6-7: Lay Out a Newsletter in PublisherProject 6-8: Add Photoshop EffectsSkills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop Posters and banners combine large images and text to grab people’s attention from any distance. Design Posters and Bannerspg. 250Chapter6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop pg. 250Chapter6Design with Adobe PhotoshopFoundationsFind resources for photographsDeter...

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Integrating Publisher and Photoshop ChapterWorkshop FoundationsFind Photo Resources Workshop ToolboxImage ResolutionProjects Project 6-1: Create a PostcardProject 6-2: Add Text with PublisherProject 6-3: Create a BannerProject 6-4: Print an Oversized DocumentProject 6-5: Blend ImagesProject 6-6: Create a Booklet Skills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop ChapterProjects Project 6-7: Lay Out a Newsletter in PublisherProject 6-8: Add Photoshop EffectsSkills You Will LearnCopyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop Posters and banners combine large images and text to grab people’s attention from any distance. Design Posters and Bannerspg. 250Chapter6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop pg. 250Chapter6Design with Adobe PhotoshopFoundationsFind resources for photographsDetermine legal use of a photographYou Will Learn ToKey Terms fair usepublic domainroyaltypg. 251Design with Adobe PhotoshopFoundationsfair useGuidelines which allow materials to be copied for educational purposes. (pg. 251)public domainA law that allows use of older or government materials. (pg. 251)royaltyA fee for using materials that do not fall under fair use or the public domain. (pg. 251)Find Photo Resources pg. 251Where Can I Find Photos to Use Legally? Copyrighted material may be used if it falls under fair use guidelines or within the public domain.If a photograph is used for profit and does not fall under fair use or the public domain, its use will involve a royalty.Design with Adobe PhotoshopWhat is a royalty?Find Photo ResourcesFoundationsA royalty is a fee one pays in order to get permission to use materials that do not fall under fair use or the public domain.Design with Adobe PhotoshopFind Photo ResourcesAssessmentpg. 252Which of the following is NOT one way to obtain digital photographs?Answer: CExplanation: Digital photographs cannot be obtained from classroom textbooks unless they are scanned. A. scanningB. the InternetC. classroom textbooksD. stock photographyDesign with Adobe PhotoshopToolboxEvaluate resolution needsIdentify printer resolutionsYou Will Learn ToKey Term pixels per inchpg. 253Design with Adobe PhotoshopToolboxpixels per inchThe measurement of an image’s resolution. (pg. 253)Image Resolutionpg. 253Image Resolution It is especially important to keep track of image resolution, or pixels per inch, in Photoshop.Lower resolution images are easier to send over the Internet and to present on-screen.Higher resolution images contain more data and sharper detail. Design with Adobe PhotoshopWhat are pixels per inch?Image ResolutionToolboxPixels per inch refer to the measurement of an image’s resolution.Design with Adobe PhotoshopImage ResolutionAssessmentpg. 253Which of the following images would take the longest to download if sent over the Internet?Answer: AExplanation: An image with a resolution of 400 ppi would take the longest to download if sent over the Internet.A. 400 ppiB. 72 ppiC. 96 ppiD. 200 ppiDesign with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a PostcardInsert a custom shapeAdd filtersApply a type maskAdd stylesSave in a new formatSpotlight on Skillspg. 254Key Term JPEG (JPG)Academic Focus Social StudiesCreate a State Postcard6-1Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Postcardpg. 254Saving Your FilePhotoshop’s default format for saving graphics is PSD (Photoshop Document).When integrating Photoshop with Publisher, it is necessary to save a document as a JPEG. JPEG (JPG)Acronym for Joint Photographic Experts Group, a format commonly used for images that do not require transparency. (pg. 254)6-1Before You Begin Go to Chapter 6, and choose PowerPoint Presentations to preview the documents you will be creating. Also, use the individual project Rubrics to help create and evaluate your work.Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Postcardpg. 254In this project, you willBegin to create a postcard from the state of Texas, using filters, layer styles, and an image embedded in text. Adobe PhotoshopMicrosoft PublisherAPPLICATIONS USED Data File 6-1DATA FILES USED6-1Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Postcardpg. 2576-1Check your work Use Figure 6.6 as a guide and check that:The Texas flag is accurate and wave distortion has been applied.A dramatic lighting effect has been applied to the flag.The word “here” has an embedded picture of bluebonnets.All text has a layer style applied to it. Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Text with PublisherInsert a Photoshop fileLay out a postcardPrint multiple copies on a sheetSpotlight on Skillspg. 258Key Term native formatAcademic Focus Language ArtsAdd descriptive text6-2Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Text with Publisherpg. 258Compatible File FormatsWhile Photoshop and Publisher are often used together to create documents using both text and graphics, each has its own native format.When using these programs together, it is necessary to use file formats that they both recognize. native formatA format created specifically for a single software program. (pg. 258)6-2Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Text with Publisherpg. 2586-2Compatible File FormatsFile FormatDescriptionTransparencyGIFBest for the Internet. Can be used for animations. Not recommended for pictures with drop shadows and outer glows.Saves transparent information.JPEG (JPG)Good general-purpose format. Good for the Internet. May not be appropriate for high-quality print jobs. Does not save transparent information.TIFF (TIF)Most widely accepted file format for printing. Generally large file sizes.Saves transparent information for most software programs.PNGGood general-purpose format. Can be saved for all resolutions purposes.Saves transparent information.Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Text with Publisherpg. 259In this project, you willCreate the back of your Texas postcard using Publisher. Adobe PhotoshopMicrosoft PublisherAPPLICATIONS USED6-2Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Text with Publisherpg. 2606-2Check your work Use Figure 6.9 as a guide and check that:The Texas flag is on one side of the postcard.The text frame on Page 2 has been proofread for spelling and grammar.The postcard has been printed front/back with four cards on one sheet. Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a BannerSeparate colorsAdd layer masksApply gradientsAdd a layer styleSpotlight on Skillspg. 261Key TermgrayscaleAcademic Focus ScienceWork with colors and transparency6-3Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Bannerpg. 261MasksThere are two types of masks: layer masks and vector masks.Masks use grayscale. Use black to hide an image, white to reveal it, and gray to create transparency. grayscaleThe black and white color range. (pg. 261)6-3Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Bannerpg. 261In this project, you willCreate a banner, adding effects with layer masks. You will complete the banner, using Publisher, in Project 6-4. Adobe PhotoshopMicrosoft PublisherAPPLICATIONS USED6-3 Data File 6-3DATA FILES USEDDesign with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Bannerpg. 2656-3Check your work Use Figure 6.18 as a guide and check that:The City layer has a saturated color and the right side is partially hidden by a layer mask and gradient.The Keyboard layer has been modified with a filter and the left side is partially hidden by a layer mask and gradient.A rainbow effect has been added on top of the Pot of Gold layer.Black text has a drop shadow and an outer glow.The Gold text has a drop shadow and bevel and is aligned with the other text.The banner has a properly placed black border.The text is complete and accurate.Design with Adobe PhotoshopPrint an Oversized DocumentSet print specificationsAssemble printed pagesSpotlight on Skillspg. 266Key Term tile printAcademic Focus MathDivide objects into parts6-4Design with Adobe PhotoshopPrint an Oversized Documentpg. 266Tile PrintingPrinting a banner on standard-size paper is not possible in Photoshop because it would only print one page showing part of the document.Instead, it would be best to tile print a banner using layout software.tile printPrinting an entire image by allowing the software to determine how much of an in image can be printed on one page. (pg. 266)6-4Design with Adobe PhotoshopPrint an Oversized Documentpg. 266In this project, you willUse Publisher to tile print the banner you created in Project 6-3. Microsoft PublisherAPPLICATIONS USED6-4Design with Adobe PhotoshopPrint an Oversized Documentpg. 2686-4Check your work Use Figure 6.22 as a guide and check that:The design is printed across three pages.The entire banner design is visible, including your name.No leftover lines of overlapped white border are visible when the project has been assembled.The pages are aligned correctly. Design with Adobe PhotoshopBlend ImagesBlend layersApply the Clone toolApply the Smudge toolSpotlight on Skillspg. 269Key Term cloneAcademic Focus ScienceCreate a new species6-5Design with Adobe PhotoshopBlend Imagespg. 269CloningTo clone means to copy data to use elsewhere. In Photoshop, use the Clone tool to fill in the background of an image. cloneTo copy data to use elsewhere. (pg. 269)6-5Design with Adobe PhotoshopBlend Imagespg. 269In this project, you willUse Photoshop to blend two different animals together to create a whole new species. Adobe PhotoshopAPPLICATIONS USED6-5 Data File 6-5a Data File 6-5bDATA FILES USEDDesign with Adobe PhotoshopBlend Imagespg. 2726-5Check your work Use Figure 6.28 as a guide and check that:The size, direction, and angles of the two animals’ body parts are aligned so they join in a natural look.The animal hides appear to blend smoothly from scales to fur.No part of the giraffe’s head is visible under the Komodo dragon’s.Cloned areas look natural, without obvious repetition or blurry edges.The image is clear and looks realistic. Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a BookletApply PARC principlesSpotlight on Skillspg. 273Key Term plagiarismAcademic Focus ScienceDescribe a new species6-6Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Bookletpg. 273Citing SourcesWhenever you use information or resources that are not your own, you must document, or cite, the source of information.To not credit your sources is called plagiarism.The most common way to document sources is the Modern Language Association (MLA) format. plagiarismTo use a source without crediting it. (pg. 273)6-6Design with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Bookletpg. 273In this project, you willUse Publisher to make a booklet that describes the Komodo giraffe you created in Project 6-5. Microsoft PublisherAPPLICATIONS USED6-6 Data File 6-6a Data File 6-6b Data File 6-6c Data File 6-6d Data File 6-6eDATA FILES USEDDesign with Adobe PhotoshopCreate a Bookletpg. 2766-6Check your work Use Figure 6.32 as a guide and check that:The color and fonts are consistent throughout the design.All objects line up with other objects on the page.Clear contrast exists between the headers and the body text.Paragraph and sections of information are separated by space, creating visual groupings. Design with Adobe PhotoshopLay Out a Newsletter in PublisherLay out text elementsDesign the first pageDesign the final pageSpotlight on Skillspg. 278Academic Focus Language ArtsCreate a newsletter6-7Design with Adobe PhotoshopLay Out a Newsletter in Publisherpg. 2786-7Apply PARC to NewslettersPARC PrincipleApplicationProximityTitles should clearly identify articles. Headers, subheads, etc. should be grouped with the information that they describe. White space should be used to break up text. AlignmentUse layout grids for consistent spacing and placement of information. The tops of columns must align.RepetitionCreate a strong design element and use it throughout. Use a Master Page to add repeated elements. Experiment with different kinds of spot colors or paper.ContrastMake special information stand out by using different fonts or design elements that contrast with the existing design.Design with Adobe PhotoshopLay Out a Newsletter in Publisherpg. 278In this project, you willLay out a newsletter in Publisher. Microsoft PublisherAPPLICATIONS USED6-7Design with Adobe PhotoshopLay Out a Newsletter in Publisherpg. 2826-7Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Photoshop EffectsCreate a textureAdd page numbersInsert a textured backgroundSpotlight on Skillspg. 283Academic Focus ScienceIdentify wave properties6-8Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Photoshop Effectspg. 283Citing SourcesCreate interesting background effects in your newsletter by using Photoshop’s filters.Background textures can be customized to create different effects.6-8Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Photoshop Effectspg. 278In this project, you willFinish the newsletter you started in Project 6-7 by adding a background texture, photographs, and page numbers. Adobe PhotoshopAPPLICATIONS USED6-8Design with Adobe PhotoshopAdd Photoshop Effectspg. 2856-8Check your work Use Figure 6.40 as a guide and check that:The text and graphics in the newsletter follow PARC principles.The wooden frame is present on the master slide and on every page.Page numbers and the newsletter name are visible on every page. Text is accurate, easy to read, with consistent fonts.There is a masthead, table of contents, calendar, pull quote, and sidebar. Design with Adobe PhotoshopIn the Workplacepg. 286On the JobDigital imaging technicians manipulate digital images to improve or alter the appearance of images. They work in a wide variety of fields, including commercial photography, publishing, printing, and advertising.On the Job Demand for digital imaging technicians is high.Skills and TalentsDigital Imaging TechniciansDigital imaging technicians need to have:Knowledge of digital photography,Illustration, and designsoftwareKnowledge of colortheoryKnowledge of photography and compositionGood communicationskillsThe ability to meet deadlines and organizeworkflowDesign with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop Chapter AssessmentIn what format should a document created in Photoshop and Publisher be saved?A document created in Photoshop and Publisher should be saved as a JPEG.What is tile printing?Tile printing involves using layout software to determine how much of an image should appear on each page. Chapter6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop Chapter AssessmentWhat is the most common format for citing sources?The MLA format is the most common format for citing sources. What do masks use to create their effects?Masks use grayscale to create their effects.Chapter6Design with Adobe Photoshop Integrating Publisher and Photoshop Go to Learning Center Unit Activities PowerPoint Presentations Student Data Files Key Term Flashcards Reading Checks and Critical Thinking Activities e-Review Self Checks Worksheets Enrichment ActivitiesChapter6Design with Adobe PhotoshopUnit Assessment UnitProjects Across the CurriculumProject 1: Create a Personal CalendarSocial Studies: Use Publisher and Photoshop to create your own personal calendar.Project 2: Create a Book CoverLanguage Arts: Read or research a book and create a cover for that book that would appeal to a specific audience.Unit: Projects Go to Unit 3, and choose Rubrics. Use the projects to help create and evaluate your work. Design with Adobe PhotoshopUnit Assessment UnitProjects Across the CurriculumProject 3: Create a Personal CalendarMath: Make a deck of 3 x 5 index cards showing three-dimensional geometric shapes in everyday objects.Project 4: Create a Hybrid AnimalScience: Combine the best characteristics of two or more animals to create a new breed of insect, reptile, bird, amphibian, or mammal. Design with Adobe Photoshop Design with Adobe PhotoshopUnitGo to Learning Center Unit Activities PowerPoint Presentations Student Data Files Key Term Flashcards Reading Checks and Critical Thinking Activities e-Review Self Checks Worksheets Enrichment ActivitiesDesign with Adobe Photoshop

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