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Yr 10 GCSE Art Photoshop task for Cubism Project
Open Adobe Photoshop
Create a new file – go to File – New – give your file a name (eg. Cubist collage) - select A4 size – click OK
Open up some of your photos – File – Open – Browse to R:/ School Photos/ Art/ Yr 10/ 10MB/ Cubist still lives (TIP: hold the ‘Ctrl’ key down while you select your photos then click open)
From left hand menu select quick selection tool or magnetic tool
Cut out the section of the photo you want to use, make sure you select all the way round
Select edit at the top of the screen and then copy
Minimize the photo and click onto your ‘cubist collage’
Select edit at the top of the screen and then paste, your selection will appear on a new layer in your cubist collage
Use the move tool (top of the left hand menu) to move your selection into position. Check ‘transform control’ box is ticked at the top of the screen. You can also change the size (hold down the ‘shift’ key to avoid distorting image) or rotate it.
Now go to another of your photos and make a selection, then copy and paste into your Cubist Collage. Each time you paste a new selection it will go into a new layer.
Save your work in the K drive. Either as .psd (photoshop file) so you can continue to work on it, or as .jpeg if it is ready to print.