A popular question is “Why is the color different when I print my design than what it is on my screen?” I came across a blog post today on just that topic – http://blog.spoongraphics.co.uk/latest_news/why-are-my-designs-colors-different-when-printed. Watch the video and include in your blog post today a summary of what you learned from the video…. plus… describe in your blog post how you designate in Photoshop whether your file is cmyk mode or rgb mode.
Back to working on curriculum this week. If you are not sure what to work on, please ask me.
Be sure to email me your goals for the week today! Also, use correct spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar in your blog posts.
Visit Megan G.’s blog post from last Friday on helpful hints for taking screen shots that you can easily paste into a document – http://mgarnettdd12.wordpress.com/2012/10/05/helpful-tip-on-taking-screenshots/ Also, Tanner L.’s blog post from last Thursday contains some helpful information regarding Photoshop – http://tlewisdd12.wordpress.com/2012/10/04/for-students-working-in-photoshop/ – as well as a cool site that will be an invaluable resource – http://www.hongkiat.com/blog/. Thank you to both for sharing!
Some upcoming activities or events:
- Student Appreciation Pancake Feed on Tuesday (morning and afternoon)
- Superintendent’s Leadership Class to Chickasha on Wednesday
- Parent-Teacher Conferences on Wednesday evening (parents or guardians must call to make an appointment before Wednesday,
Be sure to read the post about cooperative alliance (college credit) and email me today if you are interested.
Congratulations to the Goldbugs on another win Friday night!
A message from our network administrator “Please notify students that phones and other devices are on the school network and must abide by our Acceptable Use Policy.
No downloading peer-to-peer or sharing of data.” Basically you can’t download music, movies, etc. while using our school network (wired or wi-fi). If you have questions about this, please ask me.
Quote: Trust that little voice in your head that says ‘Wouldn’t it be interesting if …’; and then do it. ~ Duane Michals