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This tutorial is an introduction to using Adobe Photoshop. Here you will learn how to get started, how to use the interface, and how to modify images with basic.
Setting up your document correctly from the start will make your job much easier as you work through your project. This will require some advanced planning. For example, if your final output will be a brochure, you may need to set up your document to be horizontal and double-sided. This will open the Document Setup dialog box Fig. Here you will be able to name your file, set up the correct page size, and orientation for your document.
Options include, but are not limited to:. Page Size and Orientation Change the page size by typing in new values for width and height. Page size represents the final size you want after bleeds or trimming other marks outside the page. In the Preset dropdown menu you can find such common sizes as letter, legal, tabloid, etc. Typing in exact values for Height and Width gives you more control over the size and orientation of your page.
Resolution Resolution is a number of pixels on a printed area of an image. The higher the resolution, the more pixels there are on the page, the better is the quality of the image.
However, high resolution increases the size of the file. The standard recommended resolution for printed images is apkstila, for Web images it is Color Mode Choose a color mode that will best fit your project. For example, when making a graphic for a web site, choose RGB.
When making an apostil for print, choose CMYK. Background Contents Choose the background: When you have entered all of your document settings, click OK. Choose the image file and click Open. At this point, you may want to save your ereamweaver under a different name so that you can always have the original to fall back on in case of a mistake.
Now you should be ready to go. Image Name The xreamweaver of any image that you open will be at the top of the image window as shown above. Palettes Palettes contain functions that help you monitor and modify images. By default, palettes are stacked together in groups. These are the palettes that are usually visible: Color, Adjustments, and Layers. If none of the palettes are visible, go to Window in the Menu bar and apostiila palettes you need to work with.
Below is the description of the most commonly used palettes in Adobe Photoshop CS4. You can use the sliders to change the foreground and background colors in different color modes. You can also choose a color from the spectrum of colors displayed in the color ramp at the bottom of the palette.
The Styles palette Fig. By default, a preset style replaces the current layer style. You can use the styles in the dreamweaaver or add your own using the Create New Style icon.
The History palette Fig. The alterations should be created during the current working session; after saving or closing the document the History palette clears all the contents.
Each time you apply a change to an image, the new state of that image is added to the palette. The History palette can store up to 20 stages. However, you can always go back to the first stage, for example opening the document. It is important to know that once you click on any of the previous stages, all the changes that were made after it will be lost. Adjustment layers give you the ability to apply an effect to a group of layers in Photoshop, and then you can edit that effect later, while preserving the original layers.
Layers let you organize your work into distinct levels that can be edited and viewed as individual units. Every Photoshop CS4 document contains at least one layer. Creating multiple layers lets you easily control how your artwork is printed, displayed, and edited. You will use the Layers palette Fig. A Layer Visibility -The eye shows that the selected layer is visible. Click on or off to see or to hide a layer. B Layer Locking Options -Click the checkered square icon to lock Transparency; click the brush icon to lock the Image; click the arrow icon to lock the Position; click the lock icon to lock all options.
By choosing a particular blending mode from the dropdown menu you can create a variety of special effects. D Fill -By typing in a value or dragging the slider you can specify the transparency of the Fig. Layers Palette color of the image or object.
E Opacity -By typing in a value or dragging a slider you can specify the transparency of the entire layer. F Layer Lock -The icon shows when the layer is locked and disappears when it is unlocked. Double-click the icon to unlock the layer. G Layer Options Menu -Click the black triangle to see the following options: Some of the options are presented as icons at the bottom of the Layers palette.
Click the little black triangle to see style options. J Layer Mask -A grayscale image, with parts painted in black hidden, parts painted in white showing, and parts painted in gray shades showing in various levels of transparency.
K Layer Set -This option helps to organize images with multiple layers. Click the icon to create a folder for several layers. L Create New Fill or Adjustment Layer -Have the same opacity and blending mode options as image layers and can be rearranged, deleted, hidden, and duplicated in the same manner as image layers.
Click the icon and select an option to create a new fill or adjustment layer. N Delete Layer -To delete a layer, select a layer in the Layers palette and drag it to the trash can icon; or, select a layer and click the icon.
If you used other Adobe products, such as Illustrator or InDesign, you should be familiar with the toolbox in Adobe Photoshop CS4 as it shares some of the tools from these applications. If you are a novice user of Adobe products, you should keep in mind that you might not need to use all of the tools.
In this tutorial, only the basic tools will be discussed in depth. These tools have small black triangles in the right-hand corner. Click the tool button, choose a rectangular or an elliptical marquee. Drag the marquee over the area of the image you wish to select. Used to select and move objects on the page. Click the tool button, then click on any object on the page you wish to move. Click the tool button, drag to draw a freehand border around the are of the image you wish to select.
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Click the tool button, click on the starting point on the image, drag to draw a straight-edge border, click and drag again to select the are of the image you wish to select. Click on the starting point on the image, drag around the are of the image.
The tool will make fastening points at the edges. To finish selecting, drag the border to the starting point and click precisely in the point. Selects all objects in a document with the same or similar fill color, stroke weight, stroke color, opacity, or blending mode.
By specifying the color range, or tolerance, you can control what the Magic Wand tool selects. Click the tool button, then click on cs area of the image you wish to select.
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Selects and cuts parts of an image. Click the tool button, then click and drag the tool over the part of the image that you want to keep.
Resize the selected area dragging the squares at the sides and corners. Select the tool, hold down the ALT key and left-click on the base color you need to heal. Then left-click over the blemish. Then click on the selected area, drag to draw lines.
Hold down the ALT key and left-click on a certain point of the apostilz where you want to start your copy point. Then, put your mouse over whatever part of the new document you want the picture to go to.
Hold down the left mouse button and drag the mouse across the page to dreaweaver the picture. Paints over an image using the source data from a specified history state or snapshot. Removes part of an cz4 path or stroke.
You can use the Erase tool on paths, but not on text. Select the tool, click on the part of the image you wish to erase. Drag to erase pixels. Choose a foreground color in the Color Box. Select an area you wish to apply the color to.
Click the tool button, then click on dreamweavet selected area. Select an area you wish to apply gradient to, click the tool button, choose a fill in the Options bar, click on the starting point, hold the mouse down and drag to the end point.