7.Hit Ctrl+C to copy the selection. 8.Click into the nyc.jpgtab and hit Ctrl+V to paste the selection of the Statue of Liberty. 9.Rename this layer to be Statue of Liberty 10.While clicked on the Statue of Liberty layer, click on the Move Tool and use the blue corner selection circles to make the pasted image 300px by 300px.
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15 11.Using the Move Tool, place the Statue of Liberty image in the top right corner. 12.Hit File > Save As and name this file act_3into cs1033/lab03. 13.Click into cabs.jpgimage tab. Use the Elliptical Marquee Tool to make a selection that includes a cab or two. 14.When you are happy with your circular cab selection, copy it and then paste it into act_3.
16 15.Resize this pasted cab image to be about 300 px by 300 px. Place it in the top left corner of the NYC skyline image, 16.Name this layer "Cabs". 17.With this Cabs layer still selected, hold the Shift key and click on the Statue of Liberty layer so that both layers become selected together. 18.Click on the "fx" button to bring up the Effects window. 19.Check the box beside Bevel/Emboss 20.Click on the Bevel/Emboss option to show the relevant settings. 21.Change the Type to "Emboss" and drag the Radius slider to around 20 px. 22.Close the Effects window. 23.Notice that the effect is applied to both the cabs and Statue of Liberty because we selected both layers together when adding the effect. 24.Select the Artistic Text Tool and add the words "New York City is ?" and instead of the ?, enter the word your TAs tells you to enter today. This text should go near the bottom of the canvas. Set the text colour to white and the font size to 72 pt. 25.At the top, below the Options Bar, find the Character button, which is letter 'a' icon) and click it to bring up a pop-up window with numerous text settings. 26.The first two settings under the Positioning and Transformation heading are for Kerning (space between two characters) and Tracking (space across a line). If you hover your mouse over them, a tool tip will tell you which is Tracking and which
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17 is Kerning. 27.Click between any two characters in your text and look at the Kerning value. Most will likely say 0% but in a few cases you will see a different kerning value. 28.Click between the 'Y' and 'o' and then set the Kerning value to -50%. This should remove some space between these two letters. 29.Now highlight all of the text and set the Tracking value to 30% to space out the entire line of text. 30.Change the font type to "Berlin Sans FB Demi". 31.Use the Move Tool to roughly center this text horizontally across the canvas. 32.Check that the text layer is still selected in the Layers panel. If not, click it now to select it. 33.Hold the Ctrl key and click on the Background layer so that both layers are selected together. 34.Click the "fx" button to bring up the Effects window. Check the box beside Outline and click on that tab to show the relevant settings.
18 35.Set the Radius to 4 px, change the Alignment to Inside, and use a dark blue Color.
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