S104bW8.htm [Edited 5/08/07
10:30am] Lab Assignment Taking Digital
Photographs,, Editing still pictures
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A GS104a Instructor will be
computer lab, lower level of library, to help if needed. Check
instructors office hours.
Review of terms from
GS104a assignments and some new terms. Many you know and have in
The terms with an "*" you will be expected to be able to define and
without accessing other sources. Check with a GS104 instructor or
the class assistant if you need help with these terms. In
the class and text documentation you can
also check this Glossary,FAQ
or Google for
help with definitions and problems you may not find.
Photo Terms for definitions crop
(1) Editing a digital image: We will be using Picassa a free program from Google to organize and perform
basic editing on our pictures.Download
and install Picassa if you haven't done so already.
There are other more powerful photo editing programs but the
limits the number of copies so we cannot load them on your
computers. If you want more powerful programs for photo and
graphic editing I suggest PhotoShop
Elements (small bucks--less the $100) are PhotoShop
(if you have the big bucks). You can also use Microsoft Paint for
some editing of photos.
Browse The Following Picassa
A general tour of Picassa
with the various tools in Picassa.
Explore the following
in Picassa. Use your
hacking skills and "help"in Picassa. These
be sufficient for most of your needs with this program:
--For info on cropping The
art of cropping'
I'm Feeling Lucky
Black & White
Set as Desktop Poster
Collage Screensaver Movie
also import, export, create emailable pictures...
photos create at least one edited photograph in each of the
following (1) Basics, (2) Tuning, (3) Effects.Delete the pecassa edited files in
your MyCSUB Web. Save your pecassa edited photosin photogallery and
add links and identification to your photos to photogallery.html.
changes in photogalleryfolderto
the web server. Your instructor can help if needed during
office hours. (4) Dictionary: Make sure you have the terms with an
"*" defined and a good example where relevant. Your understanding the
concept is the goal for creating definitions. If you do not
understand a concept ask fellow class members then your instructor if