Complete and save your lesson files and submit them on canvas. save your lesson

Complete and Save your lesson files and submit them on Canvas. Save your lesson files as “yourname_lessonNumber-A.” Also try to make it somewhat different (different font, different color, etc.) when you work on the lessons.
From the navigation bars, go to Library Resources > Books and eBooks > search for a book, Adobe Photoshop Classroom in a Book (2020 release). Full text available at O’Reilly Online Learning: Academic/Public Library EditionLinks to an external site.
Download files here for Lesson 12Download Lesson 12. Ideally, going through a lesson three times to digest what is covered in each lesson.
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:
Open a proprietary camera raw image in Adobe Camera Raw.
Adjust tone and color in a raw image.
Sharpen an image in Camera Raw.
Synchronize settings across multiple images.
Open a Camera Raw image as a Smart Object in Photoshop.
Apply Camera Raw as a filter in Photoshop.

Discuss how well the visual paradox works formally and conceptually.

Write all of your critiques in one Microsoft Word document. The length of each of your critiques should be between 150 to 250 words and should thoroughly discuss the work being commented on. Your critiques should provide thoughtful, insightful, and constructive feedback for your selected students.
Focus your discussion on the elements and principles of design, strength of the tools and techniques used, and execution of the finished image. Identify what is successful and what needs more work. Provide some helpful suggestions for improvement. In particular:
Discuss how well the visual paradox works formally and conceptually. Is there a sophisticated idea/concept present? Identify what seems to be most successful about the paradox and what needs more work.
Discuss how effective the visual paradox is at questioning photographic truth. Did the student produce a successful visual paradox? How well did they combine multiple images together to form a seamless composite photograph?
Discuss how effectively the student considered content and context.
Remember: Your peers work hard just like you do. Show respect for their work and give critical feedback that will be useful for the student.
Rubric
5/5Exceptional work. Thorough constructive feedback is given on both successful and unsuccessful elements of the assignment. Sophisticated and critical suggestions for improvement are given. Both technical and aesthetic suggestions given. At least three projects commented upon. 250 words in length each.
4-4.5/5Good work. Constructive feedback is given in a respectful manner. Both successful and unsuccessful elements of the assignment are discussed. Suggestions are offered for improvement but mostly cover personal taste. At least three projects commented upon. 150 – 250 words in length each.
3-3.5/5Satisfactory work. Some constructive feedback is given but responses remain mostly descriptive. The student does not offer suggestions for improvement. Responses are only a few sentences long and mostly unclear or off topic. More work necessary. Suggestions could be given in a more respectful manner. At least three projects have been commented upon.
2.5/5Barely adequate work. Minimal effort and commitment in terms of providing constructive feedback. Comments are only a couple of sentences long or point form and are less than 150 words. Responses are descriptive only. Very little effort. Poor work. Disrespectful comments are given. Less than three projects have been commented upon.
0/5No Submission. Disrespectful, hurtful language used.

Complete and save your lesson files and submit them on canvas. save your lesson

Complete and Save your lesson files and submit them on Canvas. Save your lesson files as “yourname_lessonNumber-A.” Also try to make it somewhat different (different font, different color, etc.) when you work on the lessons.
From the navigation bars, go to Library Resources > Books and eBooks > search for a book, Adobe Photoshop Classroom in a Book (2020 release). Full text available at O’Reilly Online Learning: Academic/Public Library EditionLinks to an external site.
Download files here for Lesson 12Download Lesson 12. Ideally, going through a lesson three times to digest what is covered in each lesson.
Lesson Overview
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:
Open a proprietary camera raw image in Adobe Camera Raw.
Adjust tone and color in a raw image.
Sharpen an image in Camera Raw.
Synchronize settings across multiple images.
Open a Camera Raw image as a Smart Object in Photoshop.
Apply Camera Raw as a filter in Photoshop.

What would you do to improve your project?

Submit Project 4: The Portrait + Self-evaluation
Project 4 – The PortraitDownload Project 4 – The Portrait
Submit:
One Photoshop or Tiff file with layers. Please make sure to name your file as your_name_project4.tif (or .PSD)
When submitting your project, please also submit a self-evaluation addressing the following four points.
What did you learn in the project?
What did you do well in the project?
What was the most challenging thing in the project?
What would you do to improve your project?
Grading Criteria
Clarity of image – dust-free, scratch-free, sharpness, etc..
Use of mask and layers
Use of color
Effective use of adjustment layers
Composition
Upload and embed your photos using Google Drive

What did you learn in the project?

Project 4 – The PortraitDownload Project 4 – The Portrait
Submit:
One Photoshop or Tiff file with layers. Please make sure to name your file as your_name_project4.tif (or .PSD)
When submitting your project, please also submit a self-evaluation addressing the following four points.
What did you learn in the project?
What did you do well in the project?
What was the most challenging thing in the project?
What would you do to improve your project?
Grading Criteria
Clarity of image – dust-free, scratch-free, sharpness, etc..
Use of mask and layers
Use of color
Effective use of adjustment layers
Composition
Upload and embed your photos using Google Drive