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Event:  Infographics

Title:  Understanding Multiple Sclerosis 

Student: Faith Stahl

Grade: 7

Process:  Understanding MS  (click link for Process Paragraph)

Infograpic


Event:  Digital Art

Title:   “Live Life Colorfully”

Student: Grant Stahl

Grade: 7

Event:  Digital Art

Process:  “Live Life Colorfully” (click link for Process Paragraph)

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Title:  In the Eye of the Storm

Student: Emily Nolan

Grade: 7

Event:  Digital Art

Process:  I used MS Paint and a mouse to create this drawing. The first thing I did was draw the outline of the dragons. I used a pencil tool with varying sizes throughout the line art. Then I worked on the background (ground, clouds etc.). The pencil tool was also used to create this. After that, I colored everything in and added detail (lightning, rain, shine marks on the blood). The coloring was done by the fill tool and the detail was made using the pencil tool on its two smallest sizes. I wanted to make this big grand piece with two dragons in the midst of battle to show that everyone has their differences, and that some take it to the worst level to resolve it.

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Event: Graphic Design

Title:  Division

Student: Natalie Hicks

Grade: 7

Event: Graphic Design

Process:  In my graphic design project, "Divison", I used the contrast of two white and black elements to create an image that sits together in unison.  I used the program, 'Paint.net' to create this blending of elements and visionary aesthetics. The picture depicts two hands, reaching for each other in opposite worlds, the text in between them reading; "Our differences divide us to bring us together."

 graphic design

 


Event:  Book Trailer

Title:   Harry Potter Goblet of Fire

Student: Haley Nordwick

Grade: 6

Event:  Book Trailer

Process:  In creating my book trailer for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire I used the software Roxio Creator 2011.  This software is an all-in-one digital media software that can be used to create many projects.  Here I was able to put together different slides using words and pictures retrieved from different websites on the Internet.  I placed the words and slides with pictures to help draw the viewer’s attention.  I also downloaded the Harry Potter theme song off of Amazon with my parent’s permission to play in the background while the different slides are playing.  This was a very involved project that I hope you enjoy as much as I enjoyed making it. 

 

 

 


 

 

Event:  Original Photo

Title:   Your'e Giraffing Me Crazy 

Student: Alyssa Steffen

Grade: 8

Event:  Original Photo

Process: While I was on vacation my family had went to a drive through zoo. In the zoo the animals would come up and feed them, I was taking pictures of the animals while giving them carrots. I took the pictures on my IPhone SE so it was easier. I chose this because there is good lighting, the giraffe almost looked like he was posing for the picture, and it is unique.

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Title:   Laced Up

Student: Sophia Ramundo

Grade: 8

Event: Original Photo

Process:  I was at a family party and I saw my little cousin’s shoes and thought how cute they are. So, I pulled out my phone with an 8 megapixel camera and took a photo. I adjusted my phone till the lighting was just right in worm’s eye view.

Laced UP

 

Title:   I'm Fluffy Not Stuffy!

Student: Ella Stahl

Grade: 7

Event: Original Photo

Process: I'm Fluffy Not Stuffy! (click link for Process Paragraph)

Original Photo E. Stahl   

 

 

Title:   LUSCIOUS

Student: Brianna Collins

Grade: 8

Event: Original Photo

Process: Me and my cousin spent the summer Pokémon Go hunting. We were sitting at this one spot for about an hour and I saw this gorgeous sight my eyes were drawn to it, so I whipped out my IPhone 5s I bent down slightly and took about 10 pictures. This one in particular stood out.

Breanna Collins-Original Photo

 


Event:  Manipulated Photo

Title:   BUMBLE

Student: Breanna Collins

Grade: 8

Event: Manipulated Photo

Process: At my old house [recent move] me and my sister frequently walked a path in the woods to get to Subway, in our way back I stopped in the middle of the path and took the original. About a month ago I was scrolling through my pictures and found this I decided to make it stand out even more than it already did. I used an app called ‘Blur Photo’ and I spent an hour blurring the background I did this 3 times with different textures in the back, one like this, another that was just blur, and the last was kind of like lines going the opposite way then the plant. I asked a lot of people which one they liked the best, they chose this one, and I had to agree!

Breanna Collins Photo 1 

Breanna Collins photo 2 Manipulated

 

Title:   Ice Queen

Student: Sophia Ramundo

Grade: 8

Event: Manipulated Photo

Process: For my manipulated photo I used VSCO hardware. VSCO is a social media platform just for photos and photographers to edit their pictures more efficiently, you can save the photos to your smart phone or post them online. I first sharpened my photo to +12.0. Then, I edited the shadows to +12.0. Finally, I changed the temperature to -6.0. I chose to take this photo while in tap class of my friend, Grace, while I was injured and couldn’t tap. The color of the photo reminded me of the scene of Elsa in frozen when she was building her ice castle, she looked powerful and unstoppable- which is what this reminded me of.

 

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Title:   Train Crossing Room

Student: Carson Pelle

Grade: 8

Event: Manipulated Photo

Process:  I started off with my photo of a train track, and my picture of a framed photo above my mantle. I used Photoshop CS6 and selected the area of the picture frame and selected the railroad tracks. Then, I deleted everything but the tracks and the frame, so it created the illusion of the tracks entering my living room. Then, I adjusted the hues and saturation to make the background more blue and the track more vibrant, to make it stand out more. Finally, I cropped the photo and centered it. I used a Nikon D5200 camera and I used the color balance tool in Photoshop CS6 to make it look more blue, because the original photo looked too yellow, and I used the pen tool to trace around the tracks plus the rectangle select tool to select the picture frame, then I used select inverse to select everything but the tracks and frame, to delete everything else in the photo of the railroad tracks. I then used rectangular select to crop any unwanted things out of my photo, such as my shelf and my TV.

Carson Pelle Manipulated 

Photo1 Carson Pelle  

Photo 2 Carson 2

 

Title:   I Can Sea Your'e a Little Crabby 

Student: Alyssa Steffen

Grade: 8

Event: Manipulated Image

Process: I took this picture at the beach with my IPhone SE. I thought having the subject of the photo(crab) to be something that goes unnoticed. Crabs are small creatures, and not always thought of much, but I wanted to make the subject a crab because most people don't think of crabs as aesthetic. To edit the picture I used VSCO, I used the filter M3 to make the colors look brighter. I then used -.6 exposure and 2.7 contrast to make the crab stand out from the sand. Next, I utilized the Y-Skew to produce the crab a little larger and to view the photo closer to the ground. I sharpened it at 4.2 to make the sand particles be distinct. Finally, I added 2.0 saturation and 3.0 highlight to make the colors pop!  

Photo 1 AS  

Photo 2 AS

 

Title:   An Enigmatic Reverie

Student: Natalie Hicks

Grade: 8

Event: Manipulated Photo

Process:  In my project, "An Enigmatic Reverie", I used the simple usage of Paint.Net to make a more than simple edit.  While many people classify a manipulated photo as just a simple, filtered image, I added things, removed things, blended. All of these were done in the simple program of Paint.Net, with it's fatastical tools such as, the Magic Wand tool, lasso select, and the cut tool. I started with the simple picture of the setting of a beach, but later it evolved into something much more.  Into this beautiful scenery that would be imagined in some sort of sci fi film, or fantasy.

photo 1

manipulated