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Photoshop is a design program, not a painting program, so it doesn’t have the power to paint realistic looking images. However, if the actual task of your photo is to design a logo or a flyer, then you can use Photoshop for that task.
Working with the Photoshop Workspace
The latest versions of Photoshop come with a toolbox that helps you work faster. As you use the program and increase your skill level, you’ll find that you build a toolbox of your own. You start by adding a new tool by pointing to an icon in the toolbox. You click and drag it to the artboard and then place it where you want it to be in your image. You can even apply styles to the new tool.
Once you add the tool, it becomes available as a menu option from the Toolbox, as shown in Figure 5-2.
**Figure 5-2:** Use the Toolbox to access and add to your toolbox.
You can customize the tool by clicking the down arrow next to the toolbar icon for the tool to the right of the Toolbox and choosing Properties. In the Property window that appears, you can change the colors of the tool, its type, and what icons appear when you use the tool.
The default color of the tool is gray and it is a lasso tool by default. The default type is an elliptical shape. You may want to change the colors to something other than gray or add an icon to the tool.
Photoshop also has the ability to automatically lock objects in place. To do this, select the element you want to lock, and then click the Lock Selection button at the bottom of the Layers panel. Figure 5-3 shows the Layers panel with an object in the center. Notice that the Object and Selection buttons at the bottom of the Layers panel have the Locked sign in front of them. The Select Objects tool is displayed with a locked object in the center.
**Figure 5-3:** To lock an object, click the Locked button at the bottom of the Layers panel.
The Layers panel has a few other useful tools that you can use. You can add a new layer, duplicate an object, or delete an object.
You can access these other options by clicking the down arrow next to the icon of the tool to the right of the Toolbox and choosing the desired tool from the drop-down menu. Figure 5-4 shows
The software offers the following features:
Basic Photoshop functionality: Selection, layers, adjustment layers, opacity/black/white, scales, brushes, and more.
Brush Tool: You can choose from a library of ready-to-use brushes or create your own custom brushes.
History tab: You can edit the state of previously created adjustment layers or filters.
Adjustments panel: The adjustments available for a specified layer or the entire image.
Bracketing: You can combine several exposure adjustments to create a new one.
Camera Raw: The software offers comprehensive editing tools for RAW images. You can apply camera-specific corrections to RAW images, convert them to different formats and make adjustments, using 3D LUTs and 24 bit images in 14-bit and 16-bit images.
Color Filter: You can apply various color effects to an image with this tool.
Clone Stamp: Use this tool to clone out or insert an element of an image on a different location in the same image or a different image.
Content-aware Move & Crop: This feature is used to make adjustments to photos or graphics using the difference between an original and a copy.
Crop: You can crop your images using fixed or free-form-editing to a single aspect ratio.
Dodge & Burn: You can use this tool to remove or add contrast to an image.
Distort: You can warp, squeeze or stretch a photo to create interesting effects.
Exposure & Lighting: You can adjust the exposure of an image or change the white balance of a photo.
Flatten: You can convert a selection to pixels using this tool.
Image Alignment: This feature is used to create an image grid on a canvas.
Layer Effects: You can apply various effects to a layer.
Layer Mask: You can use this feature to remove or paint over certain parts of your image.
Liquify: You can apply brush strokes and filter types to improve the effect of an image.
Linear Adjustments: You can use this tool to adjust the contrast, brightness and sharpness of an image.
Make Selection: You can use this tool to select a portion of an image.
Make Straight: You can rotate your image to make it more horizontal or vertical in either direction.
Move Tool: You can move or clone an object within or out of
Survival, mortality, and associated factors in critical care of patients with acute kidney injury in an emergency department of a tertiary hospital.
The objective of the study is to assess the prevalence of acute kidney injury (AKI) and identify the risk factors associated with in-hospital mortality in emergency medicine patients who have AKI. This was a retrospective study of adult emergency department patients who had AKI, defined according to the Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes criteria (KDIGO), during the study period. Between January 1, 2011, and December 31, 2015, a total of 10,355 patients were screened, and 153 (1.49%) had AKI. Most patients (55.9%) had mild AKI, 37.2% had moderate AKI, and 7.9% had severe AKI. Among all patients with AKI, the in-hospital mortality was 30.9%. The mortality rate was 56.2% among patients with moderate AKI, 60.9% among patients with severe AKI, 42.6% among patients with mild AKI, and 32.3% among patients without AKI. Multivariate logistic regression analysis revealed that moderate and severe AKI, non-neurologic origin, hypoalbuminemia, serum potassium >5.5 mEq/l, and need for vasopressor and mechanical ventilator therapy were independent risk factors associated with in-hospital mortality. Furthermore, a receiver operating characteristic curve analysis demonstrated that the area under the curve value for in-hospital mortality prediction with the combined factors was 0.757. AKI occurred in 1.49% of patients in this study. Moderate and severe AKI, hypoalbuminemia, serum potassium >5.5 mEq/l, and need for vasopressor and mechanical ventilator therapy were independent risk factors associated with in-hospital mortality among AKI patients.‘The Break-Up’ to Everlast
If you were over the age of 12 last night, you probably made a conscious choice not to watch a show which famously depicted pregnancy via a car crash and caused a mother to bleed to death. Seriously, think back to the first time you were forced to watch the episode of “One Tree Hill” about the pregnancy of Brooke Davis and how much of a struggle it was to get through the episode.
Apparently that struggle was now chronicled in a whole new way in a romantic comedy
The complications of laser treatment of the external auditory meatus.
To evaluate the complications after laser surgery of the external auditory meatus. A retrospective chart review of 334 ears underwent laser myringotomy was performed. The medical records were reviewed for data regarding complications such as bleeding, tympanic membrane perforation, worsening hearing, and recurrence. During a follow-up period of more than 3 months, 27 patients had bleeding, 18 (6.1%) of 334 of the patients required a second laser myringotomy to control bleeding, and 2 of them experienced a recurrence of cholesteatoma. Another 18 patients had worsening of hearing. Eight (2.7%) of 334 of the patients suffered from middle ear effusion. From these data, laser myringotomy seems to be a safe and effective procedure for the treatment of chronic suppurative otitis media.The ability to store and transmit data to and from computers is an important function of today’s computer systems and networks. This is true especially for commercial communications, because it allows for the preservation of data files and documents, for example.
Typically, transmission is initiated by a user by sending a communication signal via a communications network. The signal reaches a server of the network, which in turn makes a determination as to whether to transfer data to the particular user that initiated the transmission.
There are many different kinds of networks, each having its own protocol for handling communications transmitted through it. Commercial networks are typically managed by private telecommunications companies which often maintain their own systems and networks. Because the structure of a commercial network typically includes many different types of equipment from different suppliers, many different types of protocols for communicating with that equipment may also be used. As a result, a person initiating a transmission may encounter difficulty, depending on the kind of equipment being used and the protocol being employed.
Some companies have begun to develop their own software to interface with their telecommunications networks in order to reduce the burden on those who maintain the network. Such software may incorporate an interface, for example, that provides a software-based interface between the network’s communication protocol and a user’s communication software.
One advantage of such interfaces is that it is relatively simple for a user to learn, in order to initiate a transmission. Another advantage is that such interfaces can be easily modified to adapt to a changing communications protocol. Thus, an interface may be easily incorporated into a communication software package, and the package can be easily modified to accommodate the most recently developed communications protocol.
A disadvantage of such interfaces
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