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Bare

http://www.flickr.com/photos/artbrat71/6812029082/in/set-72157629569071083/
Name: Jennifer Galm
Steps Taken: Digital Photography
Hardware/Software Used: Lightroom
Design Goals: My goal was to create a photograph that was riveting and interesting.


Subconscious Dreaming

http://martinezelizabeth.blogspot.com/
Name: Elizabeth Martinez
Steps Taken: I hand drew the girl with the diamond eye, and the separate set of eyes with a hypnotic look. I also drew the splashing heart and colored drips. I combined them on Photoshop CS4 and used effects and brushes to polish up my vision.
Hardware/Software Used: Photoshop CS4, ink on paper
Design Goals: I created a vision of a dreaming girl in love who created a world in her head even while asleep. Things pour out of her head as if to show her letting go and resting this world in the external.


Tranquility

http://web.bvu.edu/students/lovijef/tranquility.jpg
Name: Jeffery Loving
Steps Taken: When I was in Nepal we went to this lake and I took this picture with my Nikon D3000 camera regular lens with a landscape setting.
Hardware/Software Used: none
Design Goals: Show people the beauty of Nepal


Florida

http://www.flickr.com/photos/77528270@N02/6959244776/
Name: Adam Chown
Steps Taken: I used a Canon T2i to take three photos: one correctly exposed, one under-exposed by two stops, and one over-exposed by two stops. The three photos were blended together to create the final image, which is an HDR (high dynamic range) image.
Hardware/Software Used: Canon EOS Utility (for correction of chromatic aberration) and Photomatix Pro (to create HDR image).
Design Goals: My goal was to create a surreal image that would remind me of the week I spent in the Keys. This is the very spot where I spent time writing and enjoying the beautiful February weather.


Greenville Library Poster

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/7059386495/in/photostream/
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: I reviewed the job requirements and set to work choosing a base color and my font. I decided to chop off the bottom and leave it white in order to reflect the green in the text below. The font was childish but also very legible for both youngsters and their parents. The ghosted book showed up well.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe InDesign: lay out poster Adobe Illustrator: create Greenville logo
Design Goals: I wanted children who viewed this poster to see green and think of growth and learning. It is a not-so-serious advertisement that doubles as a valuable piece to bring kids in to the reading circles.


The Ordinary Family

http://23-11inc.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/theFamilysm.jpg
Name: Zoami Calles-Sosa
Steps Taken: Multiple images; painted the eyes with my pen and Intous3
Hardware/Software Used: Photoshop, Wacom Intous3
Design Goals: To do something that was somewhat comical and made the viewer think of their own reasons as to what's going on the design.


Paul Rand: Stamped

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6913234102/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: These stamps were constructed to commemorate the late graphic designer Paul Rand. His black and white-rainbow combination works are featured in this book of US stamps. I chose highly saturated colors and a uniquely shaped frame to house all his logos. The rainbow bar code completes his book.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Photoshop: remove backgrounds from Rand logos Adobe Illustrator: construct the actual stamps
Design Goals: I wanted Rand's personality to shine through in these functional stamps. I used a typewriter font and bright colors to allude to his time period and legendary design sense.


Fallen

http://23-11inc.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/smallFallen.jpg
Name: Zoami Calles-Sosa
Steps Taken: Two images combined into one
Hardware/Software Used: Photoshop, Wacom Intous3
Design Goals: Create a design that represented the time when I wasn't feeling creative at all.


Photoshop Extreme

http://23-11inc.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/extremesofPotoshop1.jpg
Name: Zoami Calles-Sosa
Other Members: Keyla Calles-Sosa
Steps Taken: Took an image and Photoshop it to make it look more professional. Final image is a combination of multiple images though various Photoshop effects and techniques.
Hardware/Software Used: Photoshop, Wacom Intous3
Design Goals: This was an experiment to see how far our Photoshop skills went. The whole idea was to take a regular photo and make it look more professional. The pop was blurred on purpose for this.


Good View

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6913145896/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: I took this photo in Badlands National Park at the very highest point. Being able to look out and see it all was intimating, but the redness of the landscape contrasting with the blueness of the sky made me me want to capture it. Only a few shots were needed.
Hardware/Software Used: I shot him with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS and used Lightroom to enhance quality.
Design Goals: I hope the audience feels as if they are present in the rocks and ridges of the Badlands. All of nature's colors form a gorgeous palette in this photo.


For Dear Life

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6913146030/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: I took this photo in the Henry Doorly Zoo Butterfly Garden. Several butterflies were pretty, but this one stood out because it kept trying to climb this little reed. I got down on one knee on level with it and captured it.
Hardware/Software Used: I shot him with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS and used Lightroom to edit.
Design Goals: I would like the audience to see the true beauty of this fragile creature as well as potentially think of hope and perseverance as we all strive to "climb the reed".


Eeyore Revisisted

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6913145958/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: This photo was taken into Custer National Park. Several small burrows crowded around my vehicle, so I rolled down the window and snuck a few shots. This one was the best because of the long shadow and the slightly lifted front hoof.
Hardware/Software Used: I shot him with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS and used Lightroom to edit.
Design Goals: The audience should feel the sadness that embodies the life of this burrow; it sees cars drive by all day but none of them ever stop and say hello. It is a sad little life for the poor little burrow!


Just One More

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6329277589/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken:This ROTC cadet was made to do pushups as part of his workout regimen. He struggled to complete the enormous number, and I got down on my stomach to catch his last few. He shook and panted, and I wanted to catch him right before he went down for his last one. He rested a bit and was successful.
Hardware/Software Used: I shot him with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS and used Lightroom to edit.
Design Goals: I want the viewer to feel the agony in his forearms and chest as he painfully forces himself into his final pushup. His focus and drive should be carefully noted; he slightly digs in his left ankle.


Common Ground

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6329278331/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: I shot this pair of young men multiple times because of the friendship they showed on the sidelines. I shot them from afar and up close, but the framing for this one showed them talking and bonding, the gymnasium, and the running in the background too.
Hardware/Software Used: I shot with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS and used Lightroom to edit.
Design Goals: One ROTC member was on crutches and one was fine, and although the "healthy" one had to leave to exercise, he always found his way back to his friend. I want people to see them relating to each other.


Diversity

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6329278851/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: I shot all members of the BVU ROTC early in the morning, and this shot of them about to take off running struck me. Seeing the various personalities showing from just the knee down is great. I shot various angles and chose this one to edit in Lightroom.
Hardware/Software Used: I shot with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XS and used Lightroom to edit.
Design Goals: I want people to see the legs of the ROTC and see your average guy, your tatted man, and your hardcore girl... but in the end, they are all trained athletes, and they are all ROTC.


Hourglass

http://chocolatemoolatte.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4qqvjr
Name: Keyla Sosa
Steps Taken: I used several different images to create one using the Photoshop program.
Hardware/Software Used: I used the program Photoshop and several royalty-free images.
Design Goals: The goal of the design was to create a surrealist inspired design.


Oh Christmas Tree

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6476846919/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: This shot was not planned to go as well as it did. The camera was out of focus and actually caught the tree in focus and not Teresa. However, the image made for a very interesting one. I edited the image in Lightroom.
Hardware/Software Used: I used one of Bruce Ellingson's simple cameras to capture the shot and used Lightroom to edit it.
Design Goals: After an introduction on who Teresa is, the audience should see her praying over her next event and wishing Christmas blessings down on the catering crew as the tree glistens.


Touches

http://www.flickr.com/photos/graceebodey/6476847099/in/photostream
Name: Grace E. Bodey
Steps Taken: I took this photo at several different angles before I settled on this as the final shot. I wanted to make sure the Christmas tree was in the shot as well as most of the table she was setting. After getting the shot, I edited it in Lightroom and cropped a little off the left side.
Hardware/Software Used: I used one of Bruce Ellingson's simple cameras to capture the shot and used Lightroom to edit it.
Design Goals: I wanted to capture the entire point of her actions in one shot. She is uncovering the bowls because there is an event at Christmas time that involves a buffet; I got all that into one photograph.


Library Poster

http://chocolatemoolatte.deviantart.com/art/Library-Poster-294916974
Name: Keyla Sosa
Steps Taken: I created the poster for the Storm Lake Public Library targeting children. Their theme was bugs and butterflies.
Hardware/Software Used: I created the poster in illustrator.
Design Goals: The goal of the poster was to get parents to take their kids to the library. That is why I created a very simple and fun poster.


Crying Eye

http://chocolatemoolatte.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4qpr09
Name: Keyla Sosa
Steps Taken: My designed is based on several images that I Photoshop together to create one image.
Hardware/Software Used: I used the program Photoshop to create the final image.
Design Goals: I wanted to create a surrealist inspire design. I incorporated different objects that would not normally go together into one image.


Milk

http://fav.me/d4p1zh7
Name: Zoami Calles-Sosa
Steps Taken: I took some milk being poured and a light bulb image and applied multiple warps, noise effects, cloning, masking and the such to combine them into a credible "milk light bulb." The rest was done by using the blend modes, layer adjustments, and text tool.
Hardware/Software Used: Wacom Intous3, PS CS5
Design Goals: To create a design that aimed to combine the "bright idea" bulb image we think of and the "got milk" marketing campaign.


The Badlands

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/7054399613/in/photostream
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo using an HDR process with a Canon 60D with an 18-135mm lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Photomatix to edit this photo.
Design Goals: My goal was to get a Badlands image during sunset. I used an HDR process to capture everything in the image, and edited it so it looked as realistic as when I was there.


Spearfish Canyon

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/7054399941/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken:I took this photo using an HDR process with a Canon 60D using a 18-135mm lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Photomatix to edit this photo.
Design Goals: I took this photo on a South Dakota trip in June 2011. I was exploring Spearfish Canyon to find a place to take HDR. I made it in black and white because I wasn't happy with the atmospherics.


Everlasting Love

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/6908309070/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo in Florence, Italy using a Canon 60D with a 18-135mm lens
Hardware/Software Used: I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit this photo.
Design Goals: I took this photo because it was unique to see such a thing. Also because of the story of two lovers carving their name on a lock so their love would last forever.


The City of Love

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/6908309472/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo in Paris, France using a Canon 60D with a 18-135mm lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit this photo.
Design Goals: I took this photo with the thought in mind of capturing a scenic view of the city. The reason I made black and white is because I wasn't happy with the atmospherics.


A Different Perspective

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/7054401211/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo in Paris, France using a Canon 60D with a 18-135mm lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit this photo.
Design Goals: When walking under the Eiffel Tower I saw the potential for this shot. I had lain on my back on the ground to get the frame I had in mind.


Urban Sanctuary

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/7054401551/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo in London, England with a Canon 60D 18-135 lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit this photo.
Design Goals: This photo was taken in Trafalgar Square. The area just seemed so peaceful with the waterfalls and everybody was so relaxed there. I framed it so the entire area is in view.


Reflections

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/7054401971/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo in Florence, Italy using a Canon 60D with a 18-135mm lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit this photo.
Design Goals: When I took this it was late in the day which gave this area nice lighting. Originally this image was in color, but I felt it was more powerful in black and white.


Static

http://www.flickr.com/photos/dxtrom/6908310984/
Name: David Ekstrom
Steps Taken: I took this photo in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with my Canon 60D using a 18-135mm lens.
Hardware/Software Used: I used Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to edit this photo.
Design Goals: My goal was to create an "old look" because everything in that area of the city was old. So in order to do that I used a aged photo filter in Adobe Lightroom.


Waterfish

http://fav.me/d4qc3sa
Name: Zoami Calles-Sosa
Steps Taken: Took an ice cube then manipulated into a fish via smudge, clone, and patch tool. Edited the colors through adjustment layers, and constant use of the dodge, blur, and burn tools. A few effects used on the body of the fish.
Hardware/Software Used: Wacom Intous3, PS, and image of ice cube.
Design Goals: Create a calm surreal composition.


Earth

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kimbo_wimbo/7054180501/in/photostream/
Name: Kimberly Nelson
Steps Taken: The background, sun, green hill, and clouds were made out of a stock photo of brown paper. I changed the hue. For the clouds I used a wet brush and painted them with no sense of direction. Then I used paint brushes for the birds flying and connected everything with white "string."
Hardware/Software Used: I used Photoshop.
Design Goals: My goal was to kind of make it look like those projects made in elementary school where you'd hang everything up inside a box with string and then shine a light into the box so you could see in it.


Big Shoe

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69652079@N08/7004438571/in/photostream
Name: Seth Moeller
Steps Taken:I took a photo and processed.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Lightroom.
Design Goals: To be interesting to viewers.


Dobbels

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69652079@N08/7054126259/in/photostream/
Name: Seth Moeller
Steps Taken: I took a photo and processed it into a soccer poster.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Photoshop.
Design Goals: To be interesting to viewers.


Goose

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69652079@N08/6908036188/in/photostream/
Name: Seth Moeller
Steps Taken: I took a photo and processed it into a soccer poster.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Photoshop.
Design Goals: To be interesting to viewers.


Regs

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69652079@N08/7054127693/in/photostream/
Name: Seth Moeller
Steps Taken: I took a photo and processed it into a soccer poster.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Photoshop.
Design Goals: To be interesting to viewers.


Hay

http://www.flickr.com/photos/69652079@N08/6866301246/in/photostream
Name: none
Steps Taken: I took a photo and processed it.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Photoshop.
Design Goals: To be interesting to viewers.


Peachez & Dreamz Album Art

http://i1085.photobucket.com/albums/j422/justink40/PeachesndreamsAlbumArt.jpg
Name: Justin Klein
Steps Taken: There are 26 different layers, plus the fact that each color of a "rainbow" object was a layer. Some were blurred to give the illusion of depth. Opacity was boosted in the reflections for realism. Font was chosen to be simple so that it was easily read without detracting from the overall image.
Hardware/Software Used: Adobe Photoshop CS5
Design Goals: I wanted to add everything that people associate with happy, magic, and wonderment and portray it on the cover, which ended up basing our title song. Spot all the details like a skateboarder cloud.