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Written instructions Youtube short demo (no audio) brushes This lesson can be done on PC or Chromebooks. When using Chromebooks, students will need to use the preloaded custom shapes that come with Photopea.
The computer labs at my school use Windows, so I write my instructions using the commands that my students use in our class. I have started using Mac commands in my newer tutorials to make it easier for users teaching in a Mac lab. Until my older tutorials are converted, here are some tips to... Continue Reading →
Frames Frames work like placeholders. If you know you need to insert a photo that is a specific size, but you are not sure which one you are going to use, simply insert a frame. Then you can drag and drop your photo into the frame. Photoshop will do the masking for you. Dedicated Content... Continue Reading →
As we approach a new year, we are often reminded to have an exit ticket to check for understanding. Many teachers I know use sticky notes from their students. That leaves a paper trail and isn't really a "green" option if you do it often. I decided having students do their exit tickets digitally made... Continue Reading →
Dawn Bradley is the lead graphic design teacher for Granbury ISD. She has taught in public education at the high school level for 20 years. She began working with and teaching Adobe Products in 2001 with Photoshop 5. She has been an Adobe Education Leader, since 2016. She is also an Adobe Education Trainer and... Continue Reading →