Photo Rotoscope

Using a camera take a photo of something interesting to you.

Upload that photo to your computer

Open that photo in Adobe Photoshop

After Opening your photo, Duplicate the layer in the fly out menu of the Layers PanelScreen Shot 2015-02-05 at 9.44.28 AM

With the background copy layer selected go to FILTER then to FILTER GALLERY then to ARTISTIC and choose Cutout. Play with the sliders until you get the effect you want and click OK.

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Now change the Opacity of the Background copy layer to something in between 100 and 0, this brings back the details of the original photo through.

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Once you are all done, go to the Layer Panel fly out menu and choose FLATTEN IMAGE. Save the file as a JPEG. Be sure to choose a new name when saving to preserve the original image.

Next go to File Save for web and save a web version.

When finished post the before and after with a paragraph description.

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