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This guide is intended to give users a structured approach to learning how to edit raster images in Photoshop. You will learn how to manage the image-editing process in four basic steps:
1. Creating and Organizing Photoshop Documents and Layers
2. Layer Management
3. Reducing and Merging Layers
Create and Organize Photoshop Documents and Layers
The Photoshop editing process starts by creating Photoshop documents and layers. It is the layers that define the image.
Using Photoshop’s Edit > Document Setup function, open an image that you’d like to manipulate. Photoshop will prompt you for a name for the document.
To create a new Photoshop document, click OK. If you’re working with an existing Photoshop document, click Open. Photoshop will create a new Photoshop document for your photo, and a dialog box will open asking you to select the folder where you want to save the file. Use your mouse to navigate to the folder and select an existing Photoshop file. The dialog box will close automatically.
A new file will appear with the name of the image. If the image is existing, a dialog box will appear asking you to select a filename for the document; use your mouse to navigate to the folder and select a new filename. Photoshop will then prompt you for a name for the document, which will replace the image’s existing filename.
Adobe designed Photoshop to work in the following way. When you create a new document for an image, Photoshop automatically creates a new empty layer for it. If you’ve not created any layers yet, there will be no layer background. As you will soon see, Photoshop will store the current layers, which are the different overlays you create, in the Layers panel, or the Layers palette.
In the Photoshop workspace, you can select an existing layer to add it to a new Photoshop document. To do this, choose Edit > Layers > Add Layer to New Document. This will create a new Photoshop document with an existing empty layer.
To load an existing Photoshop document into the editing workspace, choose Edit > Open Current Document. Photoshop will prompt you for the existing document. You can also create and save a new Photoshop document while you’re working with an existing one by choosing File > Save. When the new document is created, Photoshop will prompt you for a name for the file.
The Layers panel works much like the Windows layer-based interface.
How to get Adobe Photoshop Elements for Android:
When we talked about the download link, you may have been looking for the right link for Photoshop for Windows. But here is the correct information. You will get the product called Photoshop Elements instead.
You will have to purchase Adobe Photoshop Elements separately as a standalone app for the PC.
To download for your android, follow the steps given below:
Open the Google Play Store on your smartphone and search for the desired app. (We will recommend using the Pixel Launcher app for your phone).
Once you have done with Step 1, you will get the following screen. You will need to click on the Install button to proceed with the installation process.
The download for the app will start. When it is done, tap on the icon you want to start with. From the installation screen, you can choose to move the file to the SD card if you wish to install the downloaded file on your phone.
If you don’t wish to move it to the SD card, navigate to the data folder of the app in your Android device’s memory space. You can find it on the list on your phone’s Home screen. When you find it, tap on the app icon to start the installation process. It won’t take much time.
When the installation process is complete, you can open the app to get to the main screen. You will find the app along with its interface and support page along with the various other tools.
You will get a search bar at the bottom of the screen. It is self-explanatory. If you want to search for specific features that you are looking for, you can do that by selecting the category from the filter icon on the right.
The app can be used to edit your images, create new ones and print them. You will have all the essential tools for image editing on your phone. You will also find a feature called cropping. It will work for landscape and portrait images.
The cropping tool is embedded in the app. If you want to crop out a part of your image, you can do that. All the tools can be used to edit your photos and make them better. Photoshop Elements is a good graphics editor and photo editing tool.
You will also find the print option at the bottom
* **Brushes:** Photoshop comes with more than 15 ready-to-use brushes. You can use these brushes to blend and apply textures, gradients, shadows, highlights, and other effects to photos.
* **Eraser:** Use the Eraser tool to erase unwanted areas in your images. This is useful if you want to remove scratches or signatures from objects in a photograph.
* **Gradient:** Gradient tools are used to paint a color blend on an image. You can use the gradient tools to create a variety of interesting effects, including creating a stained glass effect, a gradient transition, or a gradient fill.
* **Layer Mask:** A layer mask is used to blend one or more layers of an image. This effect is commonly used in the transformation of images, but you can use the mask to manipulate any object in an image, including text, lines, and gradients.
* **Liquify:** Use this tool to soften sharp, hard-edged areas in an image. The Liquify tool is great for creating blur effects, which are popular on the Web.
* **Pen:** The Pen tool (or marker) allows you to draw shapes on the screen or create simple freehand paths. Pen tools come in four different types: Rectangle, Ellipse, Polygon, and Custom Shape.
* **Paths:** Photoshop paths can be used to make manual corrections and restore small areas in an image. Use the regular paths to draw linear and even curved paths. Paths are best used with the Polygon tool, but they can also be used with the Pen tool.
* **Sketch:** Use the Sketch tools to make simple, freehand strokes on a selected object. Sketch tools include Smooth, Roll, and Round. You can even customize your own shape by using the Custom Shape tool.
* **Transform:** The Transform tool is used to resize, rotate, and alter the perspective of an object in an image. You can use the Transform tool to move an object in the center of an image or crop it to a specific area.
* **Type:** Use the Type tool to place basic text and shapes on your image. For instance, you can use the Type tool to design a logo and then copy and paste it in other areas of an image.
* **Warp:** The Warp tool is used to manually distort an image to help it
with a male attorney to the benefit of the father’s child. Accordingly, the child is entitled to a monthly sum from the mother for each day his visitation rights are exercised. See Heath v. Heath, 95 N.M. 795, 626 P.2d 1287 (Ct.App. 1980). This is so regardless of whether the *916 child is over three or four years of age. The superior court therefore erred in determining child support for the child under the guidelines rather than under a flat hourly rate.
III. ATTORNEYS FEES
Child support is one of the major expenses in the lives of the majority of our citizens. It is important that the litigant’s ability to pay for legal services be taken into consideration by the court.
The mother contends that the trial court erred in denying her request for attorneys fees. The trial court must give due regard to the financial circumstances of each litigant before assessing fees. NMSA 1978, Civ.P.R. 1-054(E). It has a duty to consider an attorney fee request only after having taken into account the parties’ respective financial means. Shearer v. Holcomb, 95 N.M. 87, 619 P.2d 1233 (1980).
In the case at hand, the mother does not contend that the trial court did not consider her financial situation in reaching the $500.00 hourly rate. The only argument is that the trial court erred in denying the attorney fee request. In support of her argument, she asserts that under the child support guideline, the trial court erroneously considered only one litigant’s ability to pay. We have held that the trial court abused its discretion in setting child support under the guidelines where the superior court failed to adequately take into account the father’s financial situation in setting child support. We now hold that the trial court erred in denying the mother’s request for attorneys fees. The trial court must consider the litigant’s ability to pay and further must consider the other parties’ financial situation before denying such a request.
The trial court abused its discretion in determining child support and in denying the request for attorney fees. In so doing, we do not direct the superior court to impose a specific fee on each party. We direct the superior court to determine a reasonable fee after considering each party’s ability to pay.
IV. SUBSEQUENT CHILD SUPPORT
In its third point on appeal, the mother contends that the
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