* Figure 2-3: This is a folder containing a zip archive of tools for another chapter
## Chapter 3: Cutting and Paste: Create Edits on the Fly
* Figure 3-1: Replace part of a photo with the original (left), or with a new background (right)
* Figure 3-2: Select the appropriate area with your selection tools
* Figure 3-3: Correct and crop your selection without damaging the original
* Figure 3-4: Enhance and add more details to the original photo using tools from the Brush toolbox
* Figure 3-5: Add blur, filters, text, and special effects to your image
So you’ve learned a bit about Photoshop, and you’re ready to build upon those skills. You may want to add a new personal touch to a photograph or free it of its old retro look. You may want to edit a digital photo using a photo editor on your computer, or even alter a photo with some online photo editor tools. You can even create a comic book image and add speech bubbles.
In this chapter, you’ll learn how to make the photo edges disappear and how to add and remove text from an image. You’ll also learn how to crop your images and how to add textures and special effects.
If you’ve been using your computer to edit and make small adjustments to your photos, you may want to have all of your photos in your folders in one place so they are easier to find, especially if you use multiple operating systems (Mac or Windows). I’m still experimenting with organizing my folders. I keep a folder called “Library” for all of my photographs. That’s my “home” folder — it contains all of my images. I also keep a folder named “Travel” for all of the photos I took while traveling, which means that the folders are sorted in a different order. For example, I keep all of my images from the 2009 trip to East Africa in the “2009 Travel” folder and all of my images from the 2010 trip to the US in the “2010 Travel” folder. I also keep two more folders: “Computer” and “Travelled.” These two folders contain all of my scanned images and the images I’ve created on my computer.
This chapter is structured as follows:
* I start the chapter with a short tutorial on replacing an image’s background.
* Next I talk about creating and manipulating selections.
Photoshop is widely used as the most advanced graphics editor. It is a photo editing software created by Adobe Systems. It is free for personal use but the cost of a subscription or yearly license can be very high.
Adobe Photoshop is one of the most popular graphic design programs available today. It has been the standard for digital photography and graphics editing since 1994. However, it has now expanded into the field of video editing with tools like Adobe Premiere Pro.
What is Photoshop?
Adobe Photoshop is a professional photo editing program developed and published by Adobe Systems. It is used by photo editors and graphic designers to work on digital imagery.
Its features include image effects, layer based editing, adjustment layers, adjustments, easy file sharing, browsing and organization, and digital compositing (overlays).
Another popular Adobe product is Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Lightroom is a photo organizer and editing software, which is available in both freeware and commercial versions.
Photoshop also contains a basic drawing program, Adobe Illustrator. This program allows image designs, logos, and illustrations to be created. It has limited line art features.
It was available in three versions: CS, CS2 and CS3. CS was Photoshop 3.0. The CS3 version was released in 2004 and had some new features.
However, unlike graphic designing software, Photoshop has an array of tools. It can add special effects, adjust the color and contrast, contrast-sharpen and blur, crop and resize images, apply different levels of colors and light, enhance the brightness and bring out the details of images.
Photoshop is almost everywhere in the design world. It is most commonly used to enhance images and graphics for use in posters and prints. It is also used to work on the web and for video editing.
While it is used by many graphic designers, it is also used by photographers and amateur image editors.
How Does Photoshop Work?
The first version of Photoshop was released in 1991 and it is now available for both Windows and Mac computers. Photoshop has always been about making images look better.
It includes features like the ability to correct color, white balance, exposure and filter effects. These effects can be used to adjust the colors of an image and improve the overall tone.
Advanced techniques include using Photoshop to create Photomontage designs and to manipulate images so they can be used in photo books, posters, calendars, portfolios
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