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Photoshop exploration by Mind Map: Photoshop exploration

1. Review

2. Day two

2.1. field trip

2.1.1. tower photos

2.1.2. animals

2.1.2.1. birds

2.1.2.2. squirrels

2.1.2.3. bugs

2.1.2.4. lizards

2.1.2.5. snake

2.1.2.6. dogs

2.1.3. portraits

2.1.3.1. homelsess

2.1.3.2. students

2.1.3.3. construction workeers

2.1.3.4. activists

2.1.3.5. staff

2.1.4. trees

2.1.4.1. oak

2.1.4.2. redwood

2.1.5. flowers

2.1.5.1. sunflowers

2.1.6. architecture

2.1.6.1. modern

2.1.6.2. classical

2.1.6.3. gothic

2.1.6.4. arts and crafts

2.1.7. art

2.1.7.1. sculptures

2.1.7.2. paintings

2.2. post processing

2.2.1. levels

2.2.2. curves

2.2.3. filters

2.3. composition

2.3.1. back lighting

2.3.2. move close to the subject / fill the frame

2.3.3. rule of thirds

2.3.4. eliminate background distractions

2.3.5. texture

2.3.6. viewing angles / perspective

2.3.7. leading lines

2.3.8. use selective focus when appropriate

2.3.9. use frames within the photograph of scenic views

2.3.10. use people in the foreground of scenic views

2.4. ratios

2.4.1. ASA (iso)

2.4.2. aperture

2.4.3. shutterspeed

2.5. camera care

2.5.1. moisture

2.5.2. fingerprints

2.5.3. dust / dirt

2.5.4. drops

2.6. portfolio 5 prints

3. Day 1

3.1. Biology

3.1.1. eye

3.1.2. brain

3.1.3. analogues

3.1.3.1. eye camera

3.1.3.2. brain computer

3.1.3.3. prostetics

3.1.3.4. hardware upgrade

3.1.3.4.1. transport

3.1.3.4.2. computation

3.1.3.4.3. communication

3.2. Photoshop techniques

3.2.1. Tool overview

3.2.1.1. marquee

3.2.1.1.1. aspect ratio

3.2.1.1.2. normal

3.2.1.1.3. specify size

3.2.1.2. lasso

3.2.1.3. brush

3.2.1.4. pencil

3.2.1.5. eraser

3.2.1.6. healing brush

3.2.1.7. crop

3.2.2. layers

3.2.2.1. history

3.2.2.2. opacity

3.2.2.3. naming convention

3.3. Technology

3.3.1. photographic

3.3.1.1. film

3.3.1.1.1. negative

3.3.1.1.2. positive

3.3.1.2. digital

3.3.1.2.1. CMOS

3.3.1.2.2. CCD

3.3.1.3. alternate process

3.3.1.3.1. Van Dyke brown

3.3.1.3.2. cyanotype

3.3.1.3.3. paint on emulsion

3.3.1.4. printmaking

3.3.1.4.1. screen print

3.3.1.4.2. photo graviere

3.3.1.5. pinhole

3.3.2. computing

3.3.2.1. counting machine

3.3.2.2. invention of zero

3.3.2.3. abacus

3.3.2.4. slide ruler

3.3.2.5. calculator

3.3.3. Internet

3.4. Recording Life

3.4.1. evolution of perspective

3.4.2. evolution of art history

3.4.2.1. Key historical images

3.4.2.1.1. Dorthea lange

3.4.2.1.2. Yves Klein

3.4.2.1.3. Man Ray

4. Day three

4.1. work day

4.1.1. humor

4.1.2. politics

4.1.3. fine art

4.1.4. documentary

4.1.5. photojournalism