* **Using Photoshop’s many built-in tools, the menu bar, and the toolbar:** This book uses the Photoshop interface as a learning tool and refers to tools such as eraser, lighten and darken, crop, blur, perspective, resample, and so on. You can access a few of these tools via the menu bar, but you can learn them and the keyboard shortcuts using Photoshop’s toolbar and keyboard shortcuts. Each toolbar has an arrow to the right that indicates where to place your mouse to activate the tool or change its function. * **Using the Image menu:** You can access various image-editing tools by using the Image menu, as shown in Figure 3-1. However, after you have applied filters or effects to a photo, the image may no longer be in the document window. In that case, you can find the image in the Layers palette by selecting it from the Layers menu. **Figure 3-1:** The Image menu offers various ways to manipulate and edit the content of the current photo. You can access the Layers palette from anywhere in the screen simply by pressing the Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac) key and clicking the little Layers icon in the upper-right corner of the window or window’s icon on the toolbar. You can also change the palette size by clicking the Options button at the bottom of the palette and changing its View mode. In addition to the standard view modes, you have the ability to view a photo on a grid, including as a _paper-size display,_ and to view a photo on a monitor. You can also print a picture in four different sizes. Most photographers print on 8-x-10-inch or 8.5-x-11-inch paper. However, what size you print on really depends on your printer and the quality you want to achieve. These print sizes are referred to as _sizes,_ as in 8-x-10-inch size. When you drag and drop an image to a new destination, the image appears in the new layer in the Layers palette. However, if you want to display the image in the Photoshop window, you have to add the image as a new layer.
The trial version of Elements is restricted, which means that it does not allow you to create or save images. It also does not allow you to import any images; this means that you can only use the program to view images. Adobe Elements are a sequence of image editing tools and filters. It has 10 chapters, each containing one or two tools. The software is compatible with all operating systems that have Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite. Image editing in Adobe Photoshop As the name suggests, the software is named after the sophisticated version of Photoshop. Elements is the freemium, which means that it is free but only partly functional. Adobe Photoshop is primarily used to edit images, but it also has functions that are completely different from the editing and adjustment functions found in Elements. Elements is a perfect tool for amateur and semi-professional photographers who want to edit images. The functions are very simple and the interface is practical. With a 50MB download size and 7GB of disk space, the program can download on Windows. If you want to use it on a Mac, you should consider the iLife standard software bundle, which costs between 600 GBP and 800 GBP and includes several of the following programs: Preview, iMovie, iTunes, Garageband and Final Cut Pro. Adobe Photoshop costs between 600 GBP and 800 GBP and is compatible with Windows. Adobe Photoshop Elements has 10 chapters (images in the program) divided into titles. Each chapter contains a filter, a menu that contains the various tools, and a variety of menus. The tabs of the program include: Tool Bag, which allows you to store the tools that have been added to the tool bag. Adjustments, which allows you to resize, flip and copy images. Fill, which allows you to create new images and customize the existing ones. Develop, which allows you to make changes to the contrast and color scheme of the image. Effects, which allows you to apply special effects to the image. Editions, which allows you to change the styles of the image. Tools, which contains tools for creating special effects, rearranging, resizing, cropping, and printing images. Manage, which allows you to take a tour of the current chapter of the program. Photoshop Elements has a simple interface that is intuitive and easy to learn. The program also features layers that allow you 05a79cecff
Q: Transform Group won’t rotate I have an image that I want to rotate 90 degrees by using the transform group. The image is a painting in Photoshop, where I’m using a background layer to drag the image into the middle of a flattened canvas. The image is inserted as a background layer, and the canvas is only large enough to contain the image. The problem I have is that when I try to rotate the image I am unable to rotate it without the background pixels bleeding into the borders of the image. Here is the code I am using to rotate the painting: context.save(); context.setTransform(1, 0, 0, -1, 0, canvas.getWidth() / 2); context.rotate(Math.PI); context.restore(); if (imageExportType == null) imageExportType = R.drawable.sample; imageExport = Bitmap.createBitmap(canvas.getWidth(), canvas.getHeight(), Bitmap.Config.ARGB_8888); canvas.drawBitmap(imageExport, 0, 0, null); A: If image is larger then canvas this will work only partly. If you have an image 800×600 and a canvas of 800×600 then context.setTransform(1, 0, 0, -1, 0, canvas.getWidth() / 2); will give you But if the canvas is 600×600 this gives you to have the whole image you have to start with the TopLeft corner and rotate clockwise by 45° Or in code: context.setTransform(1, 0, 0, -1, 0, canvas.getWidth() / 2); context.save(); context.rotate(45); context.
If you have been reading the project news recently, you may have noticed the date a key milestone in the development of Photoshop CC was achieved: 5/10/2017. I’m excited to announce that the Photoshop team has hit another major milestone in the project development, 4/22/2017. While this may not be as exciting as reaching a major milestone, it is very exciting for the team because it means we are on a fast-tracking track for completion. So it may be a very busy time for the Photoshop team, but let me explain what this means for you. Before the release of Photoshop CC, Adobe was planning a transition for the Photoshop Mobile team, which handles the Adobe Camera Raw Mobile app. The plan was to move most of the Photoshop Mobile team to the Photoshop CC project team. But this transition was never completed, and the Photoshop Mobile team was moved on August 25, 2017 to the Adobe Cloud service. So that means that all Photoshop Mobile features are now part of the Adobe Cloud service. This has resulted in reduced functionality of the Mobile app, so there will not be any new features introduced for it. We are planning to work on improving and re-imagining the UI for Mobile. I’m also happy to announce that Photoshop Open, the new and exciting mobile app for education and professional photographers, will soon be available for download. The Photoshop Open team has set a goal to convert the Photoshop Mobile app into the Photoshop Open app as soon as possible. So stay tuned for more updates. I want to acknowledge and thank all the PS CC team members for their hard work in completing many features in Photoshop CC. It is a huge milestone for us to reach this date and we have truly worked hard to make this happen. Thank you for your support in making this happen. Keep an eye out for some big announcements in the next few weeks. Until then, keep innovating! Share this: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email More Pinterest Tumblr Reddit WhatsApp Skype Pocket Latest Episode Filled with surprising news and shocking revelations, recorded LIVE at Six Flags Magic Mountain before Season One even kicks off, this week’s Spoiler Room is here to help you prepare for the biggest TV event of the year. Show notes Every year, we ask our favorite shows to create iconic songs for our annual year-end best-of show
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