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* **Using Photoshop** (Figure 12-7), select either **Photoshop 7** or **Photoshop CS6** on your computer’s Windows Start menu. If you don’t have the Creative Suite installed, you’ll see the Photoshop CS6 option.
On the left side of the program window is a toolbar that can be accessed by moving your cursor over the icon at the top right. From the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner, you can also access:
* **Raster** (for basic raster editing); Figure 12-5 shows the box around the raster rectangle at the bottom of the toolbox.
Figure 12-7. You can select either Photoshop 7 (left) or Photoshop CS6 (right).
* **Image** (for editing image file data); Figure 12-6 shows the box around an image file. You can change, delete, or add layers to an image.
* **Adjustments** (for manipulating image color settings); Figure 12-9 shows the box around the Adjustments panel.
* **Masks** (for changing the opacity of part of an image). Figure 12-8 shows the box around the layer mask.
* **Export** (for exporting your edited image from Photoshop).
Figure 12-8. The box around the mask layer indicates a layer mask for editing your image. Masks are a unique type of transparency adjustment; if you paint over the layer mask, the image changes as you paint.
* **Layer** (which enables you to work in a page-based environment); Figure 12-9.
The Photoshop Help screen also provides tutorials, as well as a link to a very cool history lesson that explains Photoshop’s creators and founders.
Photoshop was first released in 1987 and is one of the most powerful software applications available to professional and amateurs alike.
Many photographers use Photoshop to improve the look of their photographs and add special effects. In this tutorial, you will learn all the tools available to help you get the best Photoshop experience.
Some Photoshop Elements features, such as adjustment layers and the ability to create brushes are not available in Elements. But you can edit the histogram and be more confident in your adjustments.
Crop, resize, rotate, rotate and transform, create fills and other effects, paint tools, adjustment layers and filters, layers and smart objects, vector and raster graphics and more are all covered in this tutorial.
Photoshop is the leader in professional photo editing software. You can spend thousands of dollars buying the software and learning Photoshop as a whole.
Or you can start with Photoshop Elements for a few hundred dollars and learn all the features as you go.
Selling photos online or through galleries means you need to look good. Your image needs to be professional, and Photoshop can help you fix a lot of your issues.
Even if you don’t make any money from your photos, having them look good is important.
In this guide, we’ll learn how to edit photos and all of the Photoshop tools available to us. You’ll learn how to retouch photos, how to work with layers, how to add different effects, and how to get the most out of your camera.
The most important thing to remember is that you can control the look of your images using Photoshop. This tutorial will introduce you to Photoshop and teach you how to use Photoshop.
Introduction to Photoshop
If you want to learn more about Photoshop’s features and workflows, you can do so in the Photoshop CS6 Training Guide.
This tutorial covers Photoshop Elements versions 20, 21, 22 and 23. These are stable software versions, so we’ve used them throughout this tutorial.
You can check the Photoshop Elements version you have installed by clicking on the Help button in the top left corner of your screen. The version will be listed in the menu on the left side of the window.
If you don’t have Photoshop Elements, you can download the software by clicking here. You can download a free trial of Photoshop Elements by clicking here.
Start Editing Your Photos with Photoshop
It has been a while since I posted anything here on the blog and I just wanted to show you a couple of extra things that I have been doing since I was last here.
A couple of months ago I discovered a new YouTube channel called Easy Homemade Books which features some very enjoyable, and in some cases downright scary YouTube videos. They are an educational childrens’ channel and I am not too sure when I will be re-watching them all but this section was very recent.
They do offer a link to the channel (above) for you to click and watch their videos which is all you will need. It is basically like a fun and easy way to teach your kids about a bunch of different subjects that are normally covered in school such as Animal Care, Eating Habits, Sound and Music etc.
I hope you enjoy them and get a bit of a laugh out of them if you are feeling a bit blue or have kids at home like me. They are great and I would definitely recommend taking a look at them.
I also have recently started watching some good tv programmes. First off is the recent show called The Great Indoors. I will not tell you much about it as it is a spoiler free zone, but it is one of the best so far.
Another show that I have really enjoyed recently is called Dark. If you have not seen it then I really recommend you take a look. It is not for the faint hearted but is quite an interesting (and sometimes dark) story.
So I am sure you have all been waiting for me to post my latest progress. My Porcelain Cupcakes are now complete. The mix that I used for these cupcakes is a mix that you can buy from Tesco for about £1.80. Tesco also sell the icing which is what I used for this cupcake project.
I decided to photograph my first attempts at cupcakes before I decorated them as I was trying to make sure that I had covered everything on this project before the gilding stage.
I have also started my very first tea tasting project. You may remember that I made some tasty Scones earlier in the year. Well now I am giving a tea tasting at a local café.
The menu for this evening consists of 3 choices of tea and a selection of cakes and biscuits as well. You can view the menu as I type it below.
The tea that I will be tasting is a “fl
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ERIC LAMONT, Appellant
THE STATE OF TEXAS
ON APPELLANT’S PETITION FOR DISCRETIONARY REVIEW
FROM THE SECOND COURT OF APPEALS
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