GDES 73 - Digital Photography Online - Weekly Instructions
Spring 2017 - Section 54055

Back to Canvas


Week 1 (Jan. 30) Instructions:

  1. Login to Canvas (https://wvm.instructure.com) and download the syllabus in Canvas from the class home page near the top if you don't have it.
  2. Watch the video orientation. Make sure to refer to the current version of the syllabus when viewing the orientation. The syllabus can be found in Canvas from the class home page near the top. The link to all video lectures is near the top of this page. The books or other details may have changed from the video. The current syllabus has the most up to date information.
  3. Read the General Class Information in Canvas (https://wvm.instructure.com). It may be slightly different than the video or syllabus.
  4. Search online for a deal on Creative Cloud Photography plan, which includes subscriptions to Photoshop and Lightroom, which you can use for the class. We do use photoshop and Lightroom in the class. See the syllabus for other options, like if you would like the student rate for the complete Adobe CC subscription. As far as I know at this time, the best deal for the complete Adobe CC can currently be found at http://store.collegebuys.org/
    For this class you can use either the full Creative Cloud Complete plan or the Creative Cloud Photography plan.
    1. Adobe software like Photoshop and Lightroom is also available in the Academic Support Center on Campus. Check their web site for current hours. http://missioncollege.org/depts/academic_support/
  5. Reply to my post in the discussion forum in Canvas about your expectations for the class. You can find the discussion forum under the Discussions link on the left or the Content Links module. It has the title "My expectations for the class". I will check this to verify you are in the class. Make sure to reply to the post as soon as possible to avoid being dropped. Please do not start a new post. It will keep us more organized if you reply to mine.
  6. Take the Opening Day Survey in the Week 1 module in Canvas.
  7. Watch the video on Camera Features.
    1. Note: The main criteria for a camera to use in this class is one with manual exposure controls like Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, etc. You could get by without these controls, but you will be limited. See below for more details and recommendations.
  8. Read pages 11-39(Getting Ready and Step 1:Meet your camera modes)in the Betterphoto Basics book. If you are buying a camera right now, you could also read pages 208-213(Buyers Guide in Additional References), and see the sites below.
  9. Check out these sites for camera suggestions
  10. Watch the video Introduction to Flickr. See the note on the video page if you are using the Adobe CC version of Photoshop.
  11. Join our Flickr group https://www.flickr.com/groups/gdes73_online_spr17/
    1. Sign up for Flickr.
    2. Go to the link for the group above and click join this group.

Week 2 (Feb. 6) Instructions:

  1. Read Step 2 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Watch the video about Exposure (the link to all video lectures is near the top of this page). This is one of the most important videos!
  3. For the next 3 videos, you can follow along with your own files if you want. You will use the techniques to turn in your first assignment.

    1. Watch the video on Importing with Adobe Bridge. Bridge is used with Photoshop to view and process multiple files.
    2. Watch the video on Importing and Exporting files with Lightroom.
    3. Watch the video on Web Gallery Export with Lightroom.

      Important Note:
      You may be wondering why we are talking about importing with both Photoshop/Bridge and Lightroom?
      Photoshop/Bridge and Lightroom are required for the course. As of Summer 15, Photoshop, Bridge and Lightroom come with either the full Creative Cloud Complete plan or the Creative Cloud Photography plan. Many things can be done in both Lightroom and Photoshop, and photographers use both. Lightroom is better for organizing and processing lots of images, while Photoshop can do some image manipulation that lightroom cannot, such as compositing images(assembling multiple images into one). So, we will talk about and use both, sometimes for similar functions. You can decide later which program you want to use for certain functions, situations or workflows.
  4. Assignment 1 - First Shots - Practice Assignment:
    • Go outside and shoot portraits of one person
    • Make sure to shoot original images for each assignment. Do NOT use older images that you shot before the class.
    • Try out manual controls if you have them, and if you know how to use them. Don't worry if you don't. We will go over them later.
    • Try some images posed and some candid
    • Try some images with the subject looking into the camera, and some not
    • Try some close-ups and some wider, full length shots
    • Try some with flash and without flash
    • See example 1 here
    • See example 2 here
    • Shoot at least 30 images
    • The examples have 30 images or so. You will only turn in 10.
    • Download with Lightroom(watch the video tutorials above)
    • Pick your 10 best images
    • Make sure you have watched the 2 videos on Importing/Exporting and Creating Web Galleries with Adobe Lightroom, and create a web gallery with your 10 images only using the same procedure. Please use one of the templates under the section "Classic Gallery Templates" for your gallery. Make sure to include all the whole folder that Lightroom makes, which has all the files inside, not just one file. If you don't include all the files, the website that Lightroom makes will not work on my end.
    • After creating your files:
      To turn in assignments with multiple files or folders, it works best if you put all files in a folder and zip the folder. It is important to name your folder correctly BEFORE you zip it to send, so I know who's folder it is. Please name you folder like this firstname_lastname_assignX where X is the assignment number. To zip a folder on a PC, create the folder with your name on it and put the files needed in it, then right click, select "send to," and finally "compresses (zipped) folder." On a mac, control click or right click on the folder and select compress. Name the folder before compressing it, so I can see whos it is when it is uncompressed.
    • Drop your zipped file in the Assignment 1 drop box in Canvas. Check the calendar for due dates.

Week 3 (Feb. 13) Instructions:

  1. Watch the video on Camera Controls 1 on compact cameras
  2. Watch the video on Camera Controls 2 on DSLR cameras
  3. Watch the video on Image Processing and Renaming Files with Bridge and Photoshop
  4. Watch the Joel Meyerowitz video on street photography
  5. Assignment: Take Quiz 1 in Canvas which covers the reading and videos covered so far

  6. Assignment 2 - Location Scout - Main Assignment:
    Act as a location scout for a movie and document 1 indoor scene and 1 outdoor scene with 5 quality images each. So, you should be showing 2 different locations. Don't worry about people yet. Pay close attention to framing, composition and exposure. Change your perspective. You can turn around, get low, point up or down, etc. Make sure you get 10 images that you like. Always make sure to shoot new, original images for each assignment. Please do not turn in old images that may fit the assignment. Make sure to look at the examples. Download examples here.
    Make sure to shoot original images for each assignment. Do NOT use older images that you shot before the class.

    • Think about the camera settings for each shot(if your camera has manual controls).
      • f-stop(aperture)
      • shutter speed
      • ISO
      • shooting mode(manual, aperture priority, etc.)
      • general focal length(wide angle, normal or telephoto)
      • These terms are in your reading and on the terms page.
    • Experiment with the controls you do have on your camera.
    • Experiment with different angles, focal lengths, f-stops(If possible) and shutter speeds(If possible).
    • Make sure to shoot at least 1 image using each of the following settings(if your camera allows it).
      Check out pages 38 and 147-157 of the Betterphoto Basics book(if you are using the kindle version, look for aperture priority in Step 1 and Step 5), and the terms page for a description of some of these exposure modes.
      • aperture priority
      • shutter priority
      • manual exposure
      • manual focus
    • To Turn in:
    • Resize your images to a maximum dimension of 800 pixels wide or 800 pixels high(watch the video Image Processing and Renaming Files with Bridge and Photoshop) and save them as jpegs with a quality setting of 7.
      • If you don't resize to this size, Canvas might not upload the file.
      • NOTE: The Image Processor can be found in Photoshop by going to the File Menu, and then scripts.
        In Bridge, it can be found be going to the Tools Menu, and then look for Photoshop
      • You could also import into Lightroom instead of Bridge, and export from Lightroom, following the proceedures in the video Importing and Exporting files with Lightroom. Use the same 800x800 pixel size from above in the export window, but use quality 70 instead of 7(The Lightroom quality slider goes to 100!)
    • Make sure your images are named like this:
      firstname_lastname_assign2_datecreated_imagenumber.jpg
      • Watch the video on image processing to rename files quickly
      • Use your own name and date of course.
      • Make sure your name is on each image.
    • Put your 10 images only in a folder named firstname_lastname_assign2(use your name), zip the folder and drop them into the Canvas drop box for the assignment.
      • To turn in assignments with multiple files or folders, it works best if you put all files in a folder and zip the folder. It is important to name your folder correctly BEFORE you zip it to send, so I know who's folder it is. Please name you folder like this firstname_lastname_assignX where X is the assignment number. Then when you zip the folder, I will know it is yours. To zip the folder: To zip a folder on a PC, create the folder with your name on it like this firstname_lastname_assignX and put the files needed in it, then right click, select "send to," and finally "compresses (zipped) folder". On a mac, control click or right click on the folder and select compress. Remember to name the folder before compressing it, so I can see who's it is when it is uncompressed.
    • Post your favorite indoor shot and your favorite outdoor shot to your flickr account and add them to the group page:

Week 4 (Feb. 20) Instructions:

  1. Read Step 5 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Review the terms page
  3. Watch the video on What Makes a Good Photo
  4. Watch the video on Introduction to Adobe Bridge
  5. Assignment: Complete the Camera Survey Assignment in Canvas
    • Make sure to answer all the questions, using your camera manual when you need to. If you don't have your manual, you can usually download it.
  6. Read the files on thinking about photos and the file on critique proceedure.
  7. Assignment 3: Collect 5 photos from a photographer of your choice, and comment on images posted by others. They can be the work of any kind of photographer(commercial, artist, photojournalist, etc). The work can be straight or manipulated. To Turn in:
    1. Resize your images to a maximum dimension of 800 pixels wide or 800 pixels high using the image processing and save them as jpegs with a quality setting of 7. You can also export at that size from Lightroom with a quality of 70.
      • If you don't resize to this size, Canvas might not upload the file.
      • NOTE: The Image Processor can also be found in Photoshop by going to the File Menu, and then scripts.
        In Bridge, it can be found be going to the Tools Menu, and then look for Photoshop
        The export dialog in Lightroom is under the file menu.
      • Again, you could also import into Lightroom instead of Bridge, and export from Lightroom, following the procedures in the video Importing and Exporting files with Lightroom. Use the same 800x800 pixel size from above in the export window, but use quality 70 instead of 7
    2. Make sure your images are named like this:
      photographersfirstname_photographerslastname
      _assign3_datecreated_imagenumber.jpg
      • Watch the video on Image Processing and Renaming Files with Bridge and Photoshop and/or Importing and Exporting files with Lightroom to rename files quickly
    3. Upload your 5 images only to the dropbox for the assignment. Do not zip the files this this time, so other students can see later. Upload the images as 5 separate files with your submission.
    4. Assignment: Peer Review of Assignment 3
      After the due date for Assignment 3, take a look at the images posted by other students for Assignment 3. I will post the images Tuesday after they are due. Post your comments in the discussion forum in the weekly module in Canvas. Talk about why you like the images of a certain photographer, or why you think the images are interesting or significant. 

Week 5 (Feb. 27) Instructions:

  1. Make sure you have read Steps 2 and 5 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Watch the video on Introduction to Lightroom
    Sorry, it's a little long, but it covers some ways to organize your images which you could use in the class.
  3. Check out this video from Adobe with more on organizing your images in Lightroom CC (Duration 6:02). You can use either Bridge or Lightroom to organize your images for the class. If you are using Lightroom to organize your images, you could use some of the techniques to organize your assignment images.

    There are more tutorials from Adobe for Lightroom here.
  4. Watch the video about depth of field
  5. Watch the video about focal length
  6. Watch the Shutter Speed/Depth of Field Assignment Intro video
  7. Assignment: Peer Review of Assignment 3
    After the due date for Assignment 3, take a look at the images posted by other students for Assignment 3. I will post the images Tuesday after they are due. Post your comments in the discussion forum in the weekly module in Canvas. Talk about why you like the images of a certain photographer, or why you think the images are interesting or significant. 
  8. Assignment 4 - Main Assignment - Shutter speed and depth of field:
    Shoot photos exploring the effect of shutter speed and changes in depth of field.

    • Make sure to watch the intro video for the assignment.
    • Also, make sure to shoot original images for each assignment. Do NOT use older images that you shot before the class.
    • Look at examples here.
    • You should have images with a slow shutter speed, like 1/15 second, and a fast shutter speed, like 1/500 second.
      • They can be of the same scene, or even the same exact composition, just with different shutter speed settings.
    • You should also have some images where you used a small aperture, and some with a large aperture.
      • These can also be of the same scene or composition, with different depths of field evident in the shots.
    • If you do not have direct control of shutter speed and aperture, like on a point and shoot, try to use the controls you do have, like scenes, or factors like the distance to your subject to change the depth of field. Some scenes, like sports for example, might use a faster shutter speed. You will need to experiment. Use your manual to figure out the effect of different scene settings.

    Turn in exactly 5 images that show different shutter speeds and exactly 5 images that show different depth of field.
    Please shoot new images for all assignments. Do not turn in old images you have taken previously.

    • To Turn in:
    • Resize your images to a maximum dimension of 800 pixels wide or 800 pixels high(watch the video on image processing) and save them as jpegs with a quality setting of 7. You can also export at that size from Lightroom with a quality of 70.
    • Make sure your images are named like this:
      firstname_lastname_assign4_datecreated_imagenumber.jpg
      • Watch the video on image processing to rename files quickly
      • Use your own name and date of course.
    • Put your 10 images only in a folder named firstname_lastname_assign4(use your name), zip the folder and drop them into the Canvas drop box for the assignment. It is important to name your folder correctly BEFORE you zip it to send, so I know who's folder it is.
    • Check the calendar for Due dates.

Week 6 (March 6) Instructions:

  1. Read Step 4 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Watch the video about scanning
  3. Watch the video on white balance
  4. Read the file tips for photographing people with natural light located here. and More Tips for Portraits located here.
  5. Watch the Garry Winogrand video
  6. Assignment: Take Quiz 2 in Canvas which covers the reading and videos
  7. Assignment 5 - Main Assignment - Object photos:
    Photograph 1 object in many different ways. Examples for objects would be a chair or guitar. It can be any object, but not a person or animal. Be as creative as you can. You can move the object, change the lighting, etc. Think about all the options you have with 1 main subject only. Please do not shoot images of many diiferent objects. Shoot at least 40 images total. Select your 20 best, then select your 5 best images. They can be manipulated or straight. See Examples Here.

    • To Turn in:
    • Resize your 20 best images to a maximum dimension of 700 pixels wide or 700 pixels high(watch the video on image processing) and save them as jpegs with a quality setting of 6. You can also export at that size from Lightroom with a quality of 60.
    • Using the same techniques as used previously, make sure your images are named like this:
      firstname_lastname_assign5_datecreated_imagenumber.jpg
    • Turn in as a folder of 20 files, with your 5 selects(best of the best) in an inside folder.
    • Zip the folder and put the file in the drop box in Canvas.
    • Post your 5 selects to your flickr account and add them to the group page:
    • For help, consider the following list of characteristics of images:
      • Composition
      • Framing
      • Focus/depth of field
      • Light
      • Contrast
      • Color
      • Point of emphasis
      • Line
      • Shape
      • Texture
      • Balance
      • Point of view
      • Motion
      • Perspective


Week 7 (March 13) Instructions:

  1. Make sure you have read Step 4 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Write a post about something interesting you learned from Step 4 in the Betterphoto Basics book in the discussion forum, which is in this week's module. The discussion forum is called "Post on Step 4 here". Also, comment on at least one other person's post.
  3. Watch the video on Visual Weight/Point of Emphasis
  4. Watch the video on Introduction to Camera Raw
  5. Assignment 6: Go through Chapter 1 of the Adobe Photoshop CC Book for Digital Photographers - 2017 Version - by Scott Kelby (The Kelby Book from now on).
    Follow the procedures under the section Putting It All Together on pages 26-27 of the book
    . Save the edited file as a jpeg and drop it into the Assignment 6 folder. The original starting file can be found here: http://kelbyone.com/books/cc17/ under Chapter 1 – Raw and Un-Kutt
    If you are using a digital version of the book, the page number might be different. Look for the exercise with this image(minus the text and blur).
    Ch. 6 Image

Week 8 (March 20) Instructions:

  1. Read the Portrait Ideas section of Step 3 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Assignment: Go through Chapter 2 of the Adobe Photoshop CC Book for Digital Photographers by Scott Kelby. I will not collect these finished files, but you do need to know the material. You can download all files for the Kelby Book here.
  3. Assignment 7: Watch the video on Processing a scanned image. Recreate the 1st version of the final image in the video by following the same procedure in Photoshop.
    Recreate the image with the cat(you'll know what I mean when you see it ;) using Photoshop, not the second demonstration in Lightroom.
    The original starting file is here. After you are done, save the file as a jpeg and drop it into the assignment drop box in Canvas.
    Note on the video: If you have a newer version of photoshop, you can use Smart Sharpen or the Unsharp Mask filter as used in the video to sharpen your image. A video on Smart Sharpen in Adobe CC can be seen here.
  4. Take the midpoint survey in the weekly module in Canvas.

Spring Break - March 27

Nothing here to look at! Have a nice break.


Week 9 (April 3) Instructions:

  1. Watch this video on online photo editing with pixlr.com - This is a video on Youtube
  2. Watch these videos on shooting portraits with bounce and on camera flash
    1. Using reflectors and diffusors outdoors:
      http://www.lastoliteschoolofphotography.com/using-trigrip-reflectors-diffusers
    2. Using reflector dishes and diffusion panels indoors:
      http://www.lastoliteschoolofphotography.com/using-trigrip-reflectors-diffusers
    3. Using fill flash:
      http://youtu.be/-9_D_rDcWQ4
  3. Watch the Video - Richard Avedon: Darkness and Light (1/9)
  4. Make sure you have read tips for photographing people with natural light located here. and More Tips for Portraits located here. They will help with the portrait assignment.
  5. Assignment: Take Quiz 3 in Canvas which covers the reading and videos
  6. Assignment 8 - Main Assignment - Portraits:
    Do 2 outdoor portrait series' of 2 different people.
    Read the Portrait Ideas section of Step 3 in the Betterphoto Basics book, and the tip sheets from this week listed above, for more tips on photographing people.

    Series 1:

    One series will be of someone you know. The images can be posed or candid.

    Series 2:

    The second series is of someone you don't know very well or at all. A friend of a friend or acquaintance would work well, or approach someone who looks interesting to you and ask to take their photograph. It could be at an event, a park, on the street, etc. You can tell tell them it's for a school assignment, which can help if they are suspicious of your motives. You can have them look at the camera, or you can capture the person as they are performing an activity or interacting with others. Part of the challenge here for you is working with and talking to someone you don't know very well. Try to fill the frame with relevant information, not a lot of irrelivant background.

    For both series, try to portray the subject's character. Shoot at least 20 images of each person, probably more if possible. Lighting can can be natural or artificial, but try to use the ambient(existing) light as much as possible. You can use flash if necessary to supplement the existing light(fill flash). Watch this video for tips on fill flash. GET CLOSE for at least some images.

    Download examples from the portrait assignment here.

    To Turn in(Please read carefully):

    • Pick the 5 best images from each session, 10 images total and resize your images to a maximum dimension of 800 pixels wide or 800 pixels high(watch the videos on image processing and importing/exporting in Lightroom.)
    • Save them as jpegs with a quality setting of 7 for the image processor in Photoshop, or 70 in Lightoom.
    • Make sure your images are named like this:
      firstname_lastname_assign8_datecreated_imagenumber.jpg
    • Make sure your name is on each image.
    • Put only your 10 best images in a folder, zip the folder and drop them into the drop box for the assignment.
    • Also, post your best 4 images, 2 for each subject on Flickr.
      Add them to the group (https://www.flickr.com/groups/gdes73_online_spr17/) and tag them portraitassignment(all 1 word).
      You can add tags near the bottom right of the page when the image is open in Flickr.
    • Post your opinions on at least 2 images from your classmates on Flickr.

Week 10 (April 10) Instructions:

  1. Read the rest of of Step 3 in the Betterphoto Basics book.
  2. Work through the exercises in Chapter 3 in the Kelby Book. I will not collect the finished files, but you do need to know the material.
  3. Make sure you watched this video on using flash to fill shadows(fill flash)
    1. http://youtu.be/-9_D_rDcWQ4
  4. Watch the video on selecting Follow along with the video using the files located here.
  5. Read the web page on History of compositing
  6. Assignment 9: Watch the video on creating Frankenfaces. Create your own Frankenface by photographing 2 people and combining using the techniques in the video. Make sure you photograph the 2 people in exactly the same way, so they will combine easily, similar to the images in the demo video.
    1. To turn in:
    2. After you are done combining the faces, save your file as a PSD file.
    3. Then, reduce the image size to 1000 pixels on its longest side. You can do this by going to the image menu in photoshop and choosing image size, and then changing the pixel dimensions at the top. Make sure resample image and constrain proportions are checked at the bottom of the dialog box.
    4. Save this as a new PSD file with layers(so you don't lose your original).
    5. Drop the smaller psd file into the assignment drop box in Canvas.
    6. Use Save As to save a jpeg version of your file
    7. Post your jpeg image to your flickr account and add it to the group page:
    8. Have Fun!

Week 11 (April 17) Instructions:

  1. Make sure to take the student survey, if you haven't already. It helps us in scheduling classes.
    1. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GDES2
  2. Work through the exercises in Chapter 6 in the Kelby Book. It covers layers, selections and compositing. It will help with Assignment 12.
  3. Watch the video on refining selections(with the bear).
    Recreate the image in the video by following the same proceedure.

    The starting files from the video of the bear and dune are located here.

    Save the file as a PSD file with layers.
    1. You can also watch the Adobe.tv video on refining edges
  4. Watch the video on compositing with shadows(with the priest).
    Recreate the image in the video by following the same proceedure.

    The original starting files are here.
    Save the file as a PSD file with layers.
  5. Assignment 10:
    After you are done with your images from the 2 videos above, turn in your finished .PSD file from 1 of the videos. You only need to turn in one of the 2 finished files from the videos. Drop 1 PSD file with layers into the Assignment 10 drop box in Canvas. You can turn in either one this time. Freedom!
  6. Write a post about something interesting you learned from Step 3 in the Betterphoto Basics book, and post it in the discussion forum called "Post on Step 3 here" in the weekly module in Canvas. Also, comment on at least one other person's post.
  7. Start Assignment 12 - Main Assignment - Compositing:
    Make 2 different composite images(not faces) on the subjects of your choice, with at least 1 being as believable as possible. Use at least 2 original(shot by you) images in each composit. Try to match lighting, color, f-stop, focal length, etc when shooting your original files to make the final images blend more realistically. Turn in as as a layered photoshop file(PSD) with a maximum dimension of 1200 pixels wide or 1200 pixels high. You can go to the image menu in photoshop and select image size to resize. Change the pixel dimensions at the top of the dialog box. Make sure resample image and constrain proportions are checked at the bottom of the dialog box. If you have a lot of layers and your final file size is above about 4 or 5 MB, you may need to reduce the dimesions of your file further. You could try 1000 pixels instead of 1200. Do not try to turn in the assignment with smart objects in it as it will probably be too big. You probably will have to use regular layers. Download compositing assignment examples here.
    Make sure to check the calendar for the due date.

    • Requirements:
    • Make sure you turn in 2 completely different final images that were made by combining 2 or more images for each final image.
    • Make sure to shoot new photos for each final image. Do not use old photos or found images.
    • Post your 2 final images to your flickr account and add them to the group page:

    You get 2 weeks for this assignment. Assignment 11 will be posted next week, so check the calendar for due dates.


Week 12 (April 24) Instructions:

  1. Take a look at Ch. 8 in the Kelby Book on HDR.
  2. Watch the video on Shooting and Processing HDR Images.
  3. Watch the video on Blending Modes and Blend if Sliders. It can help with Assignment 12. Follow along with the video using the files located here.
  4. Assignment: Take Quiz 4 in Canvas which covers the reading and videos
  5. Finish Assignment 12(See Above). Check the calendar for due dates.
  6. Assignment 11 - Main Assignment - HDR:
    Shoot bracketed images of 2 high contrast scenes and create HDR images from them using Photomatix and/or Photoshop, or even a newer app, Aurora HDR(not in the video and mac only). Photomatix and Aurora HDR offer student discounts.

    You will make 2 versions of each scene.
    Make 1 realistic version of each scene and 1 painterly/hyperreal version of each for a total of 4 final images. (2 x 2=4, if I remember right ;)
    Download HDR assignment examples here.
    Check the calendar for due dates.

    • To Turn in:
    • Turn in your 4 final images and your original bracketed shots that you used when making the final images.
    • Put your final images into a separate folder.
    • Resize all images to a maximum dimension of 800 pixels wide or 800 pixels high.
      • Save them as jpegs with a quality setting of 7 for the image processor in Photoshop, or 70 in Lightoom.
    • Make sure your images are named like this:
      firstname_lastname_assign11_datecreated_imagenumber.jpg
      • Watch the video on image processing to rename files quickly
      • Use your own name and date of course.
    • Put your images in a folder named firstname_lastname_assign11(use your name), zip the folder and drop them into the Canvas drop box for the assignment.