** REMEMBER **

Save your working files (files that aren’t done yet) to the Desktop,
then drag to Google Drive.

Save it like this:
From your program, go to FILE>SAVE AS and choose DESKTOP,
then drag from the DESKTOP to GOOGLE DRIVE and the Correct Class Folder.

Save your final file in Google Classroom.
Just add the file from Google Drive.


Where’s the Elephant?

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 Last year, I read about a Photoshop craze that happened online.
Someone posted a picture of a Tiger’s head appearing out of some water.
Suddenly, people were using this tiger head in all sorts of situations.
(See Photos Above!)

Your challenge, use this ELEPHANT head to do the same thing!

All you have to do is figure out something creative to do with him.
Can you figure out how to put the trunk over something in the picture?
I”ll give you a hint – it has to do with duplicating some layers and erasing some other things.

Here is the image and the steps on how to open it:
(The image is down below)
1. Click on it.
2. CONTROL + CLICK on it.
3. Choose COPY IMAGE.
4. Open or go to Photoshop.
5. Choose FILE > NEW.
6. Click OK.
7. Click OK if it asks about color or anything else.
8. Once the Elephant is there, drag the BACKGROUND LAYER to the trash.
9. Choose the MAGIC WAND TOOL.
10. Click in the White Area outside the Elephant.
11. Click Delete.

NOW YOU ARE READY TO PUT YOUR ELEPHANT SOMEWHERE!
You should have the skills at this point to be creative with this!
You can resize it, if you need to. Find other images on the web.

From your program, go to FILE>SAVE AS and choose DESKTOP,
then drag from the DESKTOP to GOOGLE DRIVE and the Correct Class Folder.

Save your final file in Google Classroom.
Just add the file from Google Drive.

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