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This is a short hands-on demo demonstrating the basics of working with layers in photoshop to make a photomontage. The goal is to combine a number of source images and make a surreal juxtaposition.  
 
This is a short hands-on demo demonstrating the basics of working with layers in photoshop to make a photomontage. The goal is to combine a number of source images and make a surreal juxtaposition.  
  
To begin, please download this photoshop file: [[Media:twomey_demo.psd|twomey_demo.psd]]
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'''To begin, please download this photoshop file''': [[Media:twomey_demo.psd|twomey_demo.psd]]
  
 
=Hands-On Activity=
 
=Hands-On Activity=

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André Breton, Paul Éluard, and Suzanne Muzard, "Untitled" ca. 1931. Aniline colored collage on notebook paper. Page numbered '21' on recto
André Breton, Paul Éluard, and Suzanne Muzard, "Untitled" ca. 1931. Aniline colored collage on notebook paper. Page numbered '8' on recto


Introduction

This is a short hands-on demo demonstrating the basics of working with layers in photoshop to make a photomontage. The goal is to combine a number of source images and make a surreal juxtaposition.

To begin, please download this photoshop file: twomey_demo.psd

Hands-On Activity

  1. Controlling Layer Visibility
  2. Scale and Position Images
  3. Hue and Contrast Adjustment
  4. Image Export