Cushman &Wakefield

Sandy Liang - Marketing Support (Graphic Design) Demo

Demonstration of Skills

Wednesday, Dec. 16th, 1pm

5770 Hurontario Street

Mississauga, ON

Description of Activity - Editing a Picture

Although editing a picture may seem like a very minor task when designing, it is crucial as it helps the finished product look its best. Even better, not many materials are needed to complete this task. A computer, editing software and a photo to edit is all that's needed. When taking pictures, the odds of a stray branch or an unwanted leaf finding its way into your picture is very common. Photo editing is a quick and simple way to get those unwanted objects out of the picture (literally).

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Rationale

They say a picture's worth a thousand words but an edited picture would be worth a thousand pictures. That's because with a few simple clicks, a picture can be edited to its desired outcome compared to the stressful process of taking numerous pictures in order to get the perfect photo. Photo editing is often overlooked because sometimes, it seems like the photo was never edited at all. But that's the thing, a good editor aims to make the photo look as natural as possible. Every picture in a brochure or booklet has been edited or would have at one point been considered to be edited in order to ensure that the picture looks its best.

Required Materials

Details of Activity

1. Open the program "Photoshop CC."

2. Import the desired photo onto Photoshop.

3. Create a copy of the photo on another layer.

4. Crop or tilt picture if necessary.

5. Remove unwanted blemishes as needed.

6. Add adjustments to the picture.

7. Save the Photoshop file when finished.

Step by Step Instructions

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