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You can add layers to your image to create modifications or you can modify the current layer. Layers can be anything from filters to new objects placed on the image. Some finished projects will have hundreds of layers, each only accounting for a small portion of the total image. If you are only making basic changes, you can probably just modify the image as a single layer.
Masks can be added to layers to determine the transparency of a layer. A completely black mask means the layer will not be at all transparent, while a white mask will make the layer almost entirely transparent. Open up an image. After opening the Photoshop program, decide what photo you want to mess with. You can open up an image on your computer or on an external drive by clicking on "Open" under the File drop-down menu in the upper left of the screen.
On a Mac, you can simply open a photo by dragging the photo to the Photoshop icon, and it should open. Navigate to your photo in the appropriate folder, select it, and then click "Open". Photoshop can take a variety of document types, including. Once "Open" is clicked, the photo will appear in a new window.
This will be your workspace for the project. Select "Image Size" from the Image menu. Only do this if you are working with an existing image. The Image menu is located in the Menu bar. Uncheck "Resample Image. Resize your image by adjusting either the width or height in either pixels or inches. To adjust the size of your image proportionally, select "Constrain Proportions. A higher resolution will be needed if you intend to zoom in and make small changes to the photo.
If the photo will be printed out and displayed on paper, a higher resolution is not as necessary.
Save the image. Use a new file name by selecting "Save As" from the File menu. Avoid modifying the original image's file.
Adobe Photoshop CS3 offers several file format options. For print,. Save for web. A great tool if you are creating images for the internet, either on your personal website or Facebook.
This function can also be used to create some interesting creations by modifying what colors are being used and how many colors are allowed. Method 3. Use the select tool. Before moving an object like a basketball, you first need to select it. Select it using the first four tools in your tool panel from the top down. The select tool looks like a simple mouse hand.
The rectangular icon includes tools for selecting large, not as precise areas of your image. Use this tool by clicking and dragging over the desired area. The tool will either select portions of the image as a square, a circle, a single row, or a single column.
The lasso icon is useful for selecting parts of your image with well-defined edges. Well defined edges mean a strong difference in lighting, color, or hue. The brush icon is the quick selection tool.
This is arguably the most useful tool in Photoshop. It allows you to make relatively accurate outlines of objects with well-defined edges.
Move the image. You can move the image around using the tool with the cursor icon. If copied, you can move the image by pasting it in a different section of the image.
Once the image is moved, there will be a blank space in the image. Since you are moving the pixels from one area to another, there will no longer be any pixels in the original place of the image. Fill in the blank space. A common way to fill in the space is to try to simulate what was behind the selected area in the original image.
For example, if you selected a person standing in front of a wall, you could try to continue the wall design in the blank space. One way to do this is by using the Clone Stamp Tool.
This is the stamp icon in your tool bar. It will copy a section of an image and paste it wherever you click. Method 4. Modify color within your image. You can do this by adjusting Layers, Curves, Hue, Saturation, or a combination of these. These may be accessed in the "Adjustments" sub-menu from the Image menu.
Curves will adjust the lighting by modifying the contrast and saturation. Hue is a color or shade of an image.
Adjusting this value will change the entire color of the image. Saturation can also be thought of as brightness. For example, the difference between a bright fire truck and a deep red can be thought of as saturation of the color red.
Paint the image. Photoshop is also a powerful canvas for painting. The icons from the band-aid down to the teardrop are all tools used for painting. You can even create your own textures to use with the paintbrush. Use the paintbrush by holding down the left mouse button and moving the cursor wherever you want to paint.
The brush icon with the teardrop next to it will mix colors together.
This is useful if you want to blend two separate areas of the image together with each other. Modify color using layers. One way of isolating a modification is by creating an adjustment layer.
This will be a layer that solely adjusts either one layer or all layers. There are a lot of easy-to-use adjustments which can be found in the Image drop-down sub-menu. Method 5. Understand shortcuts. Shortcuts are a built in function that will allow your work flow to quicken and make certain things easier. Almost every action from the menu has a quick shortcut. Most shortcuts can be seen on the item you're trying to select off the menu.
Use the move shortcut. The move tool is an important function that you'll be using often. Quicken your process by pressing v to activate the move tool. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads.
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