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Identifying Images Finding the images that require the least amount of work.


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How will this image be used?

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Does this image support what I want to communicate?

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Is the image large enough? RULE 1 - you cannot make an image bigger!

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What color background will it be placed on?

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Will the image coloring work well on the background?

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How much clean-up will I have to do before I can use the image?

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Requires too much editing Parts are missing or cut off Insufficient contrast between the object and the background Background is too busy Image faces the wrong way

Problem Images


Requires too much editing


Parts are missing or cut off


Insufficient contrast between the object and the background


Background is too busy


Image faces the wrong way


The Easy Kind


Manipulating Images Using PhotoShop to make macro changes


Cropping Images Removing portions of an image to refocus or strengthen the image.


Flip Vertically

Flip Horizontally

Transforming Images Transform an image’s presentation.


Identifying Images