Westfield Washington Schools produces its share of talented students each year. I have been following one of our “products” for a couple of years in large part because I have been so impressed with his ability to capture stories through the lens of his camera and through his digital works using Photoshop.
People from around the globe have viewed Casey Atchley’s work, and I thought I would tie in my Photoshop examples with someone who is even light years ahead of me (and he is still in college). Digital native indeed.
I have been working on building images for our content management system. As such, I wanted unobstructed views of the front entrances. In order to do so, I needed to remove elements from the pictures (mainly flag and light poles). I also had to recreate lost portions where items were removed. As an example, the middle school had three poles that I wanted to remove. I wanted to maintain the shadowing, windows, and even the snow on the ground. Lastly, I gave the photo a color boost. The before and after follow:
Click on the * icon located above the content area where you type. Then click on the “Select Files” button. Browse to the file you want to upload. Click open. Change the Title (if you want) and click on File URL (middle button between None and Post URL). The “Link URL” should now appear. Click “Insert into Post” and you will have the file linked within your post. Save or Publish.