PHINEAS CASWELL

Make Digital History
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Well, Mr. Caswell, what a messy page! What's this all about? 
 
If you look at the top row of pictures, you can see how easy it is to make authentic, action-filled pictures that tell a story. 
 
I'm not seeing the easy part here. 
 
That's because you aren't looking carefully. The second row shows you everything you need to know.  
 
I'm still not getting it. 
 
It's so easy, that, well, it's just easy. You take your picture. You use a graphic manipulation program like PhotoShop or GIMP... 
 
Who? 
 
GIMP. It's a acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. You can get it for free at GIMP.ORG. 
 
Huh. Who GNU? 
 
Anyway, you outline the parts you want to keep in a solid color, red, or green, or yellow. It just has to be solid. Then you reverse the selection, cut it out, and paste your highlighted image over another background, and you're done! 
 
Wait. What did you do? You lost me at anyway. 
 
You take advantage of the software's ability to detect and separate colors. You combine images, one on top of the other, like stacking clear plates in the... 
 
Uhhhh, not getting it. Could you make it simpler? 
 
Well, it's very simple now... 
 
Uhhhh.... 
 
How about you just look at the pretty pictures? 
 
I could do that.
©  2018 John D Reinhart
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