Name Banners

Adjectives can be applied to design. The same describing words used for a person, can also describe a design (professional, crazy, loud, quiet). This week you’re going to make three banners, each of which displays your first name. Each banner will be 400 pixels wide by 200 pixels high. You will save each one as a JPG and place the three in

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Landscape & Twins

IMAGINARY LANDSCAPE Make a new Photoshop file 600 pixels width by 400 pixels height. Find three different photographs that show landscapes: it could be buildings, or mountains, or a waterfall, or a forest, or a beach, or houses, or streets. One photograph must show something in San Francisco Choosing the photographs to go together: Make sure the lighting matches. Use

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How Do Computers Understand Color?

Understanding Hexadecimal Color isn’t easy. Mr. Machtay will explain it. But then the class will work on at least two assignments using Hexadecimal Color. It will be easier to understand after doing the hands-on projects. RGB POWERPOINT Mr. Machtay will present a PowerPoint about RGB Color (Red Green Blue) and about Hexadecimal (counting by 16). You need to be clear on these

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G-House Titles

Create a new folder named 5lastnameghtitles (ghtitles). Inside that folder you will create 4 different JPGs each one 1280px W x 720px Ht @ 72ppi (pixels per inch). We need new titles for G-House Broadcasts: ACTIVITIES OPPORTUNITIES VIDEO OF THE WEEK PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE There are pictures of Galileo at pickupdropoff > machtayh > pickup > (any green-tinted folder) — Mr.

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Galileo Banners

Design has purposes and it has reasons. A banner for the football team needs to be bold and bright, so if you hold it up from the top row of Kezar Stadium it’s easily seen by TV cameras. The banner may just say “Galileo” or “Galileo Lions.” Whereas a banner for the door of the principal’s office should be businesslike

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New Project in Premiere Pro

Log in to computer as guest user In Workspace create a new folder with name of project (no spaces, no special characters) Inside your new folder create 4 new subfolders: video, audio, stills, project Open Premiere Pro and set the preferences for Cache files to the new folders you created in Workspace (this is extremely important, otherwise you’ll lose your

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First Marking Period, 5th°

The first marking period will begin with a brief introduction to Photoshop. Students who took Mr. Machtay’s Computer Art 1 class will already be familiar with the first week’s curriculum. In week 2 students will start learning “How Computer Understand Color,” which means learning RGB Color and Hexadecimal. At the same time students will begin working with HTML and CSS.

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Jobs that Need to be Filled

You need out-of-class hours to pass this class. You can earn hours by volunteering for a job and fulfilling the job responsibly. PROJECT MANAGER: This student (or 2 students) will keep track of all the videos we shoot for Galileo. Who videotaped? On what date? Was the footage uploaded to a computer, what number computer? Who is editing this footage? When is

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Opportunities (Read This!)

ALL Media Arts Pathway students must fill out “Productive Summer Survey.” Click on this llink: PRODUCTIVE SUMMER SURVEY. BAVC (Bay Area Video Coalition) offers small classes in Game Coding, Video and Sound Recording. The deadline to apply is August 24th. (You will be credited with Out-of-Class Hours that are needed by Video students.) https://bavc.tfaforms.net/321182 SF ZINE FEST takes place Sunday, September 3rd.

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