The Introduction Weeks

Innovation Fair - A walk in Lyngby

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Explaination On Wednesday we had an event at the school called an Innovation Fair. During this fair we were put in groups across the different educations and given the task of coming up with a service or product, that would in some way benefit the local enviroment of Lyngby. This image is one of many taken during our trip around Lyngby. Changes

  • This image has been cropped using the cropping tool to focus on the group of people sitting in the park area across the road.
  • The colours of the image were then changed to black and white, while the people on the bench were masked out of this process so that they would keep their colour.
  • The saturation was then turned up a notch to emphazise the residing colours of the image.
  • Lastly, mapleleaf shapes were masked out of the black and white adjustments, creating a sort of mass of colour coming from the group sitting at the table, to insinuate creativity.

Innovation Fair - Product

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Explaination This image is also from the Innovation Fair. It is an image of our product presentation. Changes

  • This image has been cropped using the Perspective Crop Tool, to remove any clutter around the image.

Breakfast on the bed

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Explaination This last image isn't from the first week, but instead from a later point. This image was taken after class had finished. From the subject "The Company" This is a collection of tasks finished in connection with the "Breakfast on the bed" assignment. With the up left corner being the first task, the image includes, a mindmap, a PBS, a WBS and a Gantt-chart, detailing breakfast for an Aristocat. Changes

  • First the image was perspective cropped, to remove clutter.
  • After this the adjustment setting "curves" was used as to even out the background colour making it white, and bring out the colours of the text more.
  • Then the adjustment Brightness/Contrast was used along with a mask to bring out some more white at the bottom left of the image to make sure the white background was consistent.
  • The clone stamp tool to remove the vast majority of the shadows.
  • Lastly, the saturation was then turned up a notch to along with the brightness to remove the last shadows and emphazise the residing colours of the image..