## Chapter 9
## Cropping Photos
In this post, we will see, what are the steps for creating images using Photoshop Elements. We will start with importing, cropping, selection and composition.
Photoshop Elements has a simple import interface. You can import images from your computer and from a memory card. The camera icon in the toolbar lets you import images from your digital camera. You can also import several images at the same time.
1. To import a photo, select File > Import > Photo… from the menu. You will then be able to select a file from your computer or an SD card.
2. Preview and select the photo you want to import. A small version of the photo will be displayed in the main window.
3. Make sure that all the requirements are fulfilled in order to be able to import the image. Here is a list of all the options available in the options bar to help you decide:
Import a RAW file if you want to include as much RAW data as possible. To enable this, select the Import from RAW… check box.
Check the File Format box if you want to import the image with the correct format.
Check the Resize checkbox if you want to resize the image in Photoshop Elements.
Check the Recompose checkbox if you want to crop an image to its intrinsic size.
4. Once you are satisfied with the image selection, press OK.
5. Your image will be imported as a JPEG. The imported image will be displayed in the main window.
At this point, you can start working on your image in the Elements.
Crop images in Photoshop Elements to get the best fit. In this tutorial, I will cover the three types of crop that you can select in Elements: crop, fit, and rotate.
Select File > Crop… from the menu.
You can crop your image using four cropping guides.
You can drag the guides to resize your image. Once you are satisfied with the crop, press OK.
You can also use the cropping guides to quickly crop out unwanted parts from your image.
After cropping, your image will be placed in a new window. If you want to customize the crop, select the open the Crop Options… dialog.
All the crops guides will be highlighted. You can modify the crop any
How to get json stringify result using Mule ESB
I’m using Mule ESB to fetch data from a REST API call. Here is the simple process:
Save some entity (JSON object) to database
Save the entity to JSON string
Pass the JSON string to the REST API
I’m using Mule ESB to return the JSON string, which works, but I’m trying to figure out how to set the output of Mule to be the JSON string. I tried:
but that gives me an error. My guess is that the toString() method doesn’t return a string, but a JsonObject.
How can I get the JSON stringify result of my object, so I can return the string to the API?
setPropertyPropertyName is used for String,So you need to use component.setPropertyValue
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In 1740 he was appointed a clerk of the Parliament of Scotland, serving as such for the following years. It was during the period that he held this office that he struck up a friendship with the poet Robert Burns. The latter’s first work of note, the poem The Cotter’s Saturday Night, was published by Lyon, in the form of a broadside.
In 1763 Lyon moved from Glasgow to Kincardine, where he acquired and enlarged the existing house that is now the old Lyon’s Inn. At this time he also published the works of his friend James Hogg. Hogg’s poetry was closely associated with the anti-Jacobite Gordon Riots in the years following the St Andrews debate. Thomas Lyon initially opposed this anti-Protestant opinion, but eventually held an unpopular
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Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista.
Mac OS X 10.7 and higher.
An Intel, AMD or PowerPC compatible CPU running at minimum 1.2 GHz
1 GB of system RAM
5 GB of free space on the hard drive
1024 × 768 display resolution
Java SE 7 or later (installed before you install the game)
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