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    After this chapter, you will find yourself completely comfortable with the tool. I guarantee you will be a fan of the tool and always think of editing using the same. You will find different types of images to mask and will realise the designer lust for the tool. A good masking defines good and efficient editing. Importance of Masking Masking, for a graphic designer is something like water and oxygen for life. Most of the wedding albums and other edited images follow use of this tool. The tool has several benefits of itself over other methods of creating the same effect. A great graphic designer once said “Worth doing things in life need layer masks almost all the time”. This shows the love of designers for the tool. The layers were the first thing inculcated into the Photoshop earlier versions, masking came second. Since then, it has developed an impact in the designer’s minds. Masking is used in various fields like- • You may need masked images for a project in school or college or a presentation. They leave a better impact on the viewer’s minds and may fetch you better…

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    Color Analysis Lab Report

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    Introduction In color reproduction, gamut or the color gamut is a certain complete subset of colors, which can be accurately represented in a given circumstance such as given color space [1]. In another words gamut literally means the total range of possibilities that can be accomplished from red, green and blue (RGB) for a particular device [2]. If certain color cannot be reproduced accurately there is a way how to calculate the color difference by adequately describing the color by numerical…

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    Every day I check my Instagram and Facebook to see what my friends have posted. The posts of pictures I see are what I use to interpret what I think about that person. I make assumptions and conclude a lot from a single photo. However, what I perceive is not always the truth about that given situation or person. People post certain pictures for a reason. That picture meant something to them. They wanted others to view it, therefore they posted it. Are they posting these pictures to convince…

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    Three words to describe Jen Schwarting’s exhibit are Appropriation, narrative art and snapshot aesthetic. The narrative element is interwoven into the exhibit. The artist provides spectators with the general story of the subjects, drunk girls. However viewers are clueless to the individualized stories of the girls. As well as the relationship between the subjects and the photographers. Viewers can’t help but create or ponder the possibilities of the relationship the that exists between them. The…

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    Textual Analysis Of Art

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    Art forms an integral part of the society since it serves different needs of the people. The artists find the idea of using artworks conceivable since they use them to blueprint information. As a form of literature, they use it a medium of communication including criticizing the behaviors that do not conform to the societal norms. Moreover, other artists paint their artworks with the aim of fulfilling the aesthetic purpose in the society. It remains of significance for people to try and isolate…

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    By far, film cameras are better than digital cameras in more ways than not. Yes, you are thinking theres alot of things that digital cameras can do that film cannot. Now there is a lot of things they can do but do you really need all of those things, because those are unnecessary and complicating. My favorite part to using the Canon AE-1, which is one of the cameras in focus on this paper, was how simple it was to use but yet how amazing the pictures turned out. So throughout my testing of…

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    When talking about the rhetorical aspect of images, people are usually unaware of the potential power that a photograph has to convince someone. However, images such as those of veterans meeting their relatives in tears use emotional appeal to convince their viewers so those viewers are far more likely to agree with the message behind the photo. What makes those images so powerful? And why does it matter that those images have such power? While photographs may seem harmless, it can be used to…

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    Uc-Win/Road Team Building

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    Agenda of showing UC-win/Road software capability 1. Introduction  The latest version of UC-win/Road is 11.  To generate an interactive 3D virtual environment.  Application such as City planning, traffic simulations and construction demostrations.  Dynamic 3D spaces can be controlled in real time. Ability to view the surrounding lanscape; provide design and construction consultation  Allow visual examination of alternative project options; animation of vehicle movements and driving…

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    and diagnostic images only have two items in common, the fact that they are images and that they both have changed the way people live. To illustrate, a diagnostic image can be defined as a picture that allows doctors to see parts of a patient’s body, that is hidden under their skin in order to diagnose their health. In contrast, a digital image can be simply defined as a picture that is electronically available. Images used to be only physical pictures, but after the creation of the computer…

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    are seen as opposite that always lie within the user ability of that pieces of technology, for instance greenhouses effects are caused by too much reuse and over usage of technology in order to produce more of technologies especially capital purposes. Also human beings will take ownership of technology in which that’s another way that can claims of being opposite. Yet nature and technology will remain binaries because the two are based on realm of possibilities, human being’s needs themselves…

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