OBJECTIVE: Create a film strip of selfies, and use image processing with tints.
- Use for or while loop for the small white rectangles on the film. Also the rectangles have to have round corners like a film strip.
- Use about 5 images.
- If you don’t want to use selfies, you may use other pictures taken from your own camera. They must be thematic in some way. Examples: campus snapshots, club members, family members, insects taken with your camera. In other words, make it personal so that you’ll have more of a stake in it and so that you can get the extra experience of manipulating images.
- IMPORTANT! You must use a graphic editor such as Photopea to resize each to roughly the size of the frames of the filmstrip. Do not try to get by without resizing because it cause your images to display poorly (squished pixels). The maximum width of an image for this assignment is 200px. Therefore, your Processing window will be a little over 1,000 width. If any of your images are more than 200px wide, 8 points will automatically be deducted from your grade.
- Tint the frames of your images in interesting ways. The sky is the limit. For instance may decide to tint each one or use the mouse to control tinting. Another example would be to apply a pop art effect similar to Andy Warhol.
- Feel free to go above and beyond.
- No need to do write-up, but be sure to /*comment*/ amply so that I can follow it easily.
- Submit by Monday, Nov 30.
- Zip up the folder - The dropbox is called “Filmstrip class assignment”
Here's an example below.