Photoshop Elements is only 10 percent cheaper than Photoshop CS3, and does not include all of Photoshop’s features. It is a good option for beginners looking for a relatively inexpensive, simple photo-editing program. Photoshop Elements includes numerous organizational and file-saving tools as well as basic editing tools.
Check out the Creative Suite for photographers before you purchase Photoshop, or download a copy of Photoshop and work with its basic editing tools.
**Figure 7-1:** Photoshop offers a selection of basic tools for creating, editing, and organizing photos.
Creating, Editing, and Organizing Photos in Photoshop
Photoshop is loaded with tools for using and editing photos; it features an incredibly robust library of tools for capturing, editing, organizing, and printing photos.
After you open a photo in Photoshop, you can begin to edit and repair all of the basic problems that can occur during photo editing: shadows, sharpening, and more.
Scaling, retouching, photo masks, and layer masks all make it possible to manipulate images in ways that were never before possible.
Although Photoshop originally included many layers, this feature was omitted from most versions of the program and, although this feature is back, it is certainly not widely used. To use layers, you need to upgrade to Photoshop CS3 or later. To see what layers do, see the later section “Editing with Layers.”
Creating a photo
Before you start editing a photo in Photoshop, you need to create the file first. After you shoot a photo, you have the option of exporting it as a JPEG file, TIFF, or RAW file. The choice is yours, but here are the pros and cons of each type of photo file:
JPEG: JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group. This is the most common type of file format. JPEG is commonly used for smaller file sizes that offer a good image for viewing, but JPEG offers only 8 bits of data, which means that the file has a maximum of 256 colors. For larger file sizes, the image is generally unacceptably distorted. It is often used for printing because it is also popular with printers.
TIFF: The Tiff format uses either 12 bits per color component, which gives it a wider range of colors than JPEG, or 8 bits, which gives it a reduced range. TIFF files are popular in the printing world because they can reproduce colors more accurately. TIFF files are also accepted by many graphics programs
Photoshop 2022 (Version 23.0)
This tutorial will show you how to use Photoshop for graphic creation. It’s a software that many of us use to retouch and edit images, but many may not know how to use it.
We will cover:
The basic Photoshop workflow
Make a color photo black-and-white
Removing noise from your pictures
Adding a text effect
Making a photo look like the pictures from a kaleidoscope
Learn to use Photoshop in this 5-part tutorial.
How to use Photoshop: The basic workflow
Photoshop has three main components: The workspace, the layers, and the history.
What you see when you open Photoshop is the canvas, where you apply edits to the image. There are areas above and below the canvas where you use the tools to draw, paint, or apply effects.
Photoshop can open multiple layers on one image.
You can open the layers on different areas of the canvas, and you can move them around. Layers are a feature that allows you to work on different areas of a picture. You can leave them for long or short periods of time.
Once you work on one area of the canvas, you can move to another layer and add more effects. You can use the undo button to undo any changes you make to one layer.
You can also apply effects to the image before you go to the layers. You can apply a single effect or multiple effects by grouping the tools.
The “toolbox” (Photo Layers panel) that can be seen on the left side of the canvas can be used to apply filters to the picture. You can apply color effects and colors to the pictures. You can apply filters to alter the colors of the image.
You can group the tools together to make effects. To open the Photo Layers panel, click on the toolbox icon.
The history is a page that contains your edits in the order you applied them. You can remember edits that you want to keep by saving images in the history. You can reopen a specific image from the history by clicking on it and just keep working on it.
The Layers panel is the place where you add layers. You can add new layers by clicking on the layer icon. You can remove or edit layers. You can add new photo effects. Layers can be created by
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Armed group threatens to cut off power to Sanaa’s hilly northern suburbs amid criticism over the ruthless way they have carried out attacks that have brought many of them into conflict with the Houthis.
The group said on Monday that it had cut off electricity to Sanaa’s northern suburbs because residents had not turned in their “illegal weapons.”
Salam Ahmed said that residents had used the power to supply themselves and their livestock with electricity.
“We cut off electricity to areas where residents of Um Saeed (a neighbourhood in the north of Sanaa) use it to make weapons because they do not give up these weapons,” he said.
Um Saeed is one of the areas of the north of the capital that has been overrun by Houthis. The group has ordered residents to turn in their “illegal weapons” and refused to provide electricity and water.
On Sunday, the pro-government information minister branded the Houthis as “terrorists.”
“We do not agree with their methods and their methods are brutal and destroy the lives of innocent people,” said Al-Sabahat Al-Arabiya satellite TV channel.
Saleh said that his government would wage an “all-out war” against the Houthis, including security forces.
Yemen’s government controls only the southern third of the country, while the Houthis control Sanaa and much of the north.
Yemen’s conflict has attracted foreign powers to a side and fuelled a regional proxy war that has taken a heavy toll on civilians. The war has killed more than 6,500 people since March last year.
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