Today you will need to accomplish 4 things.
1.) Create a New Folder on your Desktop or Chrome Book for Technology Projects.
2.) Create a Folder "inside" that folder for our 1st Technology art project--Painted Out Image
3.) SEARCH for and SAVE a Landscape photograph that you like (at least 800X800 Pixels)
4.) Take a photograph in front of the "Green Screen"
1.) Create a "New Folder" on your Desktop
Minimize all windows so you only see your desktop.
Right Click, or Control Click on your desktop and Select-->New Folder
Click where it says "Untitled Folder" and change the name of the folder to "6th Grade Technology Projects"
2.) Create a Folder "inside" that folder for your first project--"Painted Out Image"
Double Click your new folder to "OPEN" it.
Right Click, or Control Click, the empty space to the right and select "New Folder"
Click where it says "Untitled Folder" and change the name of the folder to "Project 1: Painted Out Image"
3.) Search for and SAVE a landscape image that is at least 800X800 Pixels.
Pixel: Small points or dots in a picture. Many pixels are combined together to create a picture. They are usually shaped like a square.
Resolution: How clear an image is. The number of pixels in an image determines the resolution....Example 800x800 means that the image is 800 pixels tall and 800 pixels wide so the area of the picture is 640,000 pixels.
The more pixels a picture has the better resolution it will have.
On Google Images, Search for a landscape, sea scape or city scape that you like.
Look for images that have a Resolution of 800x800 Pixels or more.
Hint: When you hover your mouse on the image, you will see a number in the lower right corner--that is the Resolution.
When you find the image you want, "Right Click" or "Control Click" on the image and select "Save Image As"
Save it to the "Project 1: Painted Out Image" folder that you just created.
Give your image a TITLE when you save it (ex: Landscape Picture)
Open your "Project 1" Folder to double check that it saved in the right place.
4.) See Mrs. C to take your Photo in front of the Green Screen