2 how to get started how to use the interface how to modify images with basic editing skills
3 Adobe Photoshop: is a popular image-editing software. Two general usage of Photoshop Creating images. Editing existing images.
4 1. Click Start > Programs > Adobe >Photoshop CC 2. Click on the shortcut on the desktop
5 Click File > New Or use shortcut key Ctrl+ N name your file, set up the correct page size and orientation for your document.
6 Page Size and Orientation: Page size: represents the final size you want after bleeds or trimming other marks outside the page. Change the page size by typing in new values for width and height.
7 Resolution: is the number of pixels on a printed area of an image. The higher the resolution the more pixels there are on the page the better the quality of the image However, high resolution increases the size of the file. Note: The standard recommended resolution for printed images is , for Web images it is 72
8 Color Mode Choose a color mode that will best fit your project. For example When making a graphic for a web site, choose RGB. When making an image for print choose CMYK.
9 Background Contents Choose one of this backgrounds that will fit with your project white color transparent
10 Menu Bar Toolbar The Image Image Name Palettes
11 Palettes contain functions that help you monitor and modify images. By default, palettes are stacked together in groups. These are the palettes that are usually visible: Color Adjustments Layers
12 The Color palette displays the current foreground and background colors and RGB values for these colors Color palette
13 you can choose a foreground or background color and add a customized color to the library. Swatches palette
14 The Styles palette allows you to view, Select and apply preset layer styles. Styles palette Note: By default, a preset style replaces the current layer style. You can use the styles in the palette or add your own using the Create New Style icon.
15 RGB Primary colors of light are additive Primary colors are red, green, and blue Combining red + green + blue yields white
16 CMY Primary colors of pigment are subtractive secondary colors are cyan, magenta, and yellow Combining cyan + magenta + yellow yields black
17 The History palette stores and displays each action performed allowing you jump to any recent stage of the image alteration. Ctrl + Z Ctrl+ Alt + Z Note: After saving or closing the document, the History palette clears all the contents. Each time you apply a change to an image, the new state of that image is added to the palette. It is important to know that once you click on any of the previous stages, all the changes that were made after it will be lost. History palette
18 The Adjustment layers palette give you the ability to apply an effect to a group of layers in Photoshop, and then you can edit that effect later, while preserving the original layers Adjustments palette
19 Layers let you organize your work into distinct levels that can be edited and viewed as individual units. Creating multiple layers lets you easily control how your artwork is printed, displayed, and edited. Layers palette
20 A) Layer Visibility :it is to see or to hide a layer. B) Layer Locking Options: the checkered square icon to lock Transparency. the brush icon to lock the Image. the arrow icon to lock the Position. the lock icon to lock all options. C) Layer Blending Mode :Defines how the layer with underlying pixels in the image. D) Fill :is to specify the transparency. E) Opacity : to specify the transparency of the entire layer.
21 F) Layer Lock :to lock or unlock a layer. G)Layer Options Menu : New Layer Duplicate Layer Delete Layer Layer Properties, etc. H) Link Layers : to link layers together. I) Layer Styles : to see style options. If a layer has a style. J)Layer Mask : to hide certain parts of the layer, which can then be revealed by using the paintbrush and the white paint color to expose portions of the layer.
22 K) Layer Set : to organize images with multiple layers. L) Create New Fill or Adjustment Layer :Have the same opacity and blending mode options as image layers and can be rearranged, deleted, hidden and duplicated M)Create New Layer : to create a new layer. N) Delete Layer :to delete a layer
23 keep in mind that you might not need to use all of the tools. In this tutorial, only the basic tools will be discussed in-depth. Some tools in the toolbar have ad have small black triangles in the right-hand corner. To view the hidden tools, click and hold down on any tool that has a gray triangle in the corner
24 Move : to select and move objects on the page. Marquee: Selects an object by drawing a rectangle or an ellipse around it. Lasso: Selects an object by drawing a freehand border around it. Magic Wand : Selects all objects in a document with the same or similar fill color, stroke weight, stroke color, opacity or blending mode.
25 Crop: Resize the selected area dragging the squares at the sides and corners. Click the Return/Enter key when your crop box is sized correctly. Eye Dropper: Takes color samples from colors on the page and displays them in the Color Boxes. The Color Box will display this color.
26 Healing Brush: Corrects small blemishes in scanned photos. Select the tool, hold down the ALT key and left-click on the base color you need to heal. Then left-click over the blemish. Brush: Draws brush strokes of different thicknesses and colors. Clone Stamp: Takes a sample of an image and applies over another image, or a part of the same image. Select the tool. Hold down the ALT key and left-click on a certain point of the document where you want to start your copy point.
27 Art History Brush : Paints over an image using the source data from a specified history state or snapshot. Eraser: Removes part of an existing path or stroke. Paint Bucket : Applies a color fill to a selected part of the image or to an entire layer. Blur : Blurs the sharp edges of an image.
28 Path Selection : Selects paths and path segments. Type : Types text on a page. You can specify the font and size in the Options bar. You can also resize and transform the text box by dragging the Pen : Draws smooth-edged paths. Line Shape : Draws a straight line. Other shapes that are hidden in this tool are :Rounded Rectangle Tool, Ellipse Tool, Polygon Tool, Line Tool, Custom Shape Tool.
29 Hand : Allows you to move around within the image. Magnify : Magnifies or reduces the display of any area in your image window. Select the tool, choose Zoom In or Zoom Out in the Options bar,
30 Color Boxes : The foreground color appears in the upper color selection box and represents a color that is currently active. The background color appears in the lower box and represents an inactive color.
31 To change the foreground color, click the upper color selection box in the Toolbox. To change the background color, click the lower color selection box in the Toolbox. To reverse the foreground and background colors, click the Switch Colors icon (the arrow) in the toolbox. To restore the default foreground and background colors, click the Default Colors icon (the little black and white boxes) in the toolbox.
32 Note: If you are using the Gradient Tool, the currently selected foreground and background colors will be the default colors of the gradient.
33 Now you can start doing some basic image editing. In the next few chapters of this tutorial you will learn how to crop how to resize how to correct how to sharpen/blur your images.
34 Cropping is one of the most basic editing techniques that can improve your images. There are several ways to crop images in Adobe Photoshop: 1.Cropping with the Crop Tool 2.Cropping to a specific size 3. Cropping with the Marquee Tool
35 To crop with the Crop Tool, follow these steps: 1.Open the image you wish to crop 2. Select the Crop Tool from the Toolbox 3. It will automatically select your entire image. Drag the edges to fit the dimensions you desire. 4.Resize the border by dragging the squares at the sides and corners until you are satisfied with the way your image looks.
36 5.Once you are completely satisfied with your cropped image, press Enter. Note: You can also rotate your cropping border. Move the cursor outside the border, you will see how it turns into a double-headed arrow. Drag the arrows in the directions you wish to rotate your selection.
37 If you wish to print your digital photos or other images on standard size photo paper, you will have to crop your images to a specific size, such as 8x10.
38 To crop an image to a specific size, do the following: 1.Open the image you wish to crop. 2.Select the Crop Tool from the Toolbox. 3.In the Options bar, specify the values for Width and Height 4. Click in your image and drag the cropping border. 5. Once you are completely satisfied with your cropped image, press Enter. Note: Notice that the border is constrained. You cannot make it wider or longer than the specified values
39 To crop with the Marquee Tool, follow the steps below: 1.Open the image you wish to crop. 2.Select the Rectangular Marquee Tool from the Toolbox 3.Click and drag the mouse to draw a marquee around the area 4. In the main menu, go to Image > Crop. The image will be immediately cropped.
40 Resizing in Photoshop can help you: print your images in standard photo sizes, resize and preserve the high quality of digital photos enlarge small images to a poster size.
41 Resizing to a specific size To resize your image to a preset size, follow the steps below 1.In the main menu, go to File > New. 2.In the New dialog box, click on the Preset dropdown menu. You will see several preset sizes, such as 2x3, 4x6 and 5x7. Remember that 72 ppi is fine for online images, but a ppi of is better for printed images. 3. Choose the size that you wish and click OK. Note: All the preset sizes are in portrait orientation. If you wish to resize an image with the landscape orientation, you need to create your own preset.
42 To create your own size for landscape orientation, do the following: 1. Type in the values for Width and Height, for example 7x5 2. Type in your desired resolution (150 ppi for high quality prints, and 72 ppi is good for web images) 3. Click the Save Preset button.
43 Digital photos usually have large dimensions but low resolution, 72 ppi, which affects their quality when their size is decreased or increased. When printed, the photos with the changed size will look pixilated.
44 To resize the digital photos without loosing the quality, follow these steps: 1.Open the digital photo you wish to resize. 2.In the main menu, go to View > Rulers. You will see the dimension of your photo. 3. In the main menu, go to Image > Image Size.
45 4. In the Image Size dialog box. Type in your desired resolution (anything between 150 and 300 ppi). The photo is now x inches.
46 If you want to make your digital photo into a poster size image, you can do it in the Image Size dialog box. However, just increasing the dimensions will make the image appear blurry and pixilated.
47 To enlarge the image without losing the quality, follow these steps: 1.Open the digital image you wish to enlarge. 2.In the main menu, go to Image > Image Size. 3. In the Image Size dialog box, make sure the Resample Image box is checked off and choose Bicubic Smoother from the dropdown box.
48 4.Change the Document Size measurements to Percent. Type in 110.This will increase the size of the image by 10 percent. 5.Continue enlarging by 10 percent until you are satisfied with the size
49 Digital cameras tend to cause hot spots, if you use flash, underexposure, if you don t. In P problems, as well as adjust the overall color of your digital photo. Red Eye Removal The digital camera flash is located right above the lens, which causes the red eye however, you can fix Photoshop.
50 To remove the the red eye 1.Open a photo you wish to correct. 2.Select the Zoom Tool from the Toolbox. Click and drag a rectangle around the eye. 3. Make sure your default Foreground and Background colors are black and white. Red eye zoomed in
51 4. Click and hold on the little black triangle of the Healing Brush Tool button and select the Red Eye Tool 5.Click on the red part of the eye and paint, holding down the mouse button. You will see how the red will disappear Red eye corrected
52 Using a flash can also cause shin flash to reflect on shiny surfaces. To correct this problem, follow the steps below: 1.Open the photo you wish to correct. 2.Select the Clone Stamp Tool from the Toolbox. 3. In the Options bar, change the Blend Mode from Normal to Darken. 4.Set the Opacity to 50 percent. 5. Choose a soft-edged brush, set the diameter to 40 or 50.
53 1 2 6.Hold down the Shift key and click in the clean area (without hotspots ) to get a sample. 7.Paint over the hot spot Clone Stamp selection Corrected image
54 If you took pictures indoors without a flash, they will turn out underexposed and dark. To fix underexposed photos, follow these steps: 1.Open a digital photo you wish to correct 2. In the main menu, go to Layers > Duplicate. In the next window, name the layer ( Layer 1). 3. Make sure Layer 1 is selected in the Layers palette. Select Image from the menu select Adjustments and select Exposure. Select the amount of exposure. The whole image will lighten.
55 4. Keep duplicating Layer 1 until you are satisfied with the your image. 1 2 Underexposed photo Corrected photo Changing the Blending Mode
56 Color adjustment options in Photoshop CC can help you to make your digital photos look more natural. Levels dialog box
57 To color correct your images, follow these steps: 1.Open the image you wish to correct. 2.In the main menu, go to Image > Adjustments > Levels. You will see a dialog box displaying a diagram of the colors in your image. The black triangle is for shadows The gray is for mid tones The white is for highlights. Levels dialog box
58 In the Channels dropdown menu, you can choose between RGB. These indicate whether your changes effect all the colors, or just one (red, green, or blue). 3. Make sure the Preview box is checked off. Levels dialog box
59 1 Choose the channel you wish to change and drag the triangles. Dragging the black triangle to the right will make the shadows in your photo darker. Dragging the white triangle to the left will make the highlights in your photo lighter, dragging it to the right will make the mid tones darker. You will be able to see the changes in your image. 2 Underexposed photo By correcting the highlights and making the image lighter, we are able to make the photo appear much brighter. Corrected photo
60 Photoshop Filters : Apply special visual effect to your images. Sharpening Softening
61 If your digital photos are slightly out of focus, you can use the basic sharpening technique to make your images look crisper. To sharpen your photo, follow the steps below: 1.Open an image you wish to sharpen. Note: that this technique can sharpen images that are only slightly blurry. 2. Use the Zoom Tool to make sure you are viewing your image in its full size, that is, at 100%. 3.In the main menu, go to Filter> Sharpen> Unsharp Mask. You will see the 4.Unsharp Mask dialog box.
62 5.Enter 125 for the Amount, 1 for the Radius, and 3 for the Threshold. 6.Click OK. You will see how the image has become more in focus.
63 Sometimes you might not want objects or people in your photos look too sharp, in this case you can use a softening technique. To soften am image, follow these steps: 1. Open the image you wish to soften. 2. In the main menu, choose Layer > Duplicate Layer. You will have a new layer 3. In the main menu, go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur. In the Gaussian Blur dialog box, type in 4 for Radius, or drag the slider to this position Gaussian Blur
64 4. Make sure the Background Copy layer is selected and change its opacity to 50%. The objects or people in your image will have a soft, glowing effect. 5. Select the Eraser Tool from the Toolbox, choose a soft-edged brush, and erase over the areas in the face that are supposed to be sharp, such as eyes, eyebrows, lips, and teeth (Figure 36A and 36B). Opacity Before After
65 Remember to save your work often. Saving frequently lessens the risk of losing the work you have been doing. To save your Photoshop document, do the following: 1. Click File > Save As. 2. Navigate to the place you would like your document to be saved by using the drop down menu and the navigation window. 3. Enter the name of your document in the Save As text field. 4. Choose a format to save your project in from the Format drop-down menu
66 5.Click the Save button in the bottom right corner of the dialogue box. 6.Check to make sure that your document is saved in the place you intended. Note: If you save your file as PSD (default Photoshop saving format) your layers will be preserved, but the file size will be large. If you save your file as JPEG (a common image format) your layers will be flattened and become one layer, and the file size will be significantly smaller.
67 PhotoShop Document.PSD : file is a layered image file used in Adobe Photoshop. PSD, which stands for PhotoShop Document, Tagged Image File Format (.tiff) - Typically creates larger files than.png or.jpeg, but allows you to retain layer information, while still applying compression. Joint Photographic Experts Group (.jpg/.jpeg) - This format flattens your image and compresses it relative to the level of quality you want to retain, on a scale of 1(worst) to 12(best). Jpeg is a common format for images on the web.
68 Portable Network Graphics (.png) - A relatively new graphics standard, png s do not degrade for standards a better format than.gif or jpeg but also a very common web format, although not as much so as jpeg. Graphics Interchange Format (.gif) - It also includes data compression, but because it is limited to 256 colors, it is more effective for scanned images such as illustrations rather than color photos.
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