In our seminar this week we were set a task requiring us to find the letters A-Z abstractly around us and photograph them, then take those photos and make them into a poster. Since being set this task, I have had two workshops based upon Photoshop. In our first workshop we learnt about non-destructive editing, and the use of smart objects to achieve it. We also began experimenting with layer masks, which we can use to easily stitch the photographs together in a poster style. In the second workshop we were introduced to the concept of alignment, as a way to easily display images equally across a page. This is the test poster I made to practice these techniques.