Keep in mind that many of Photoshop’s features are similar to those available in other image-editing programs.
As a web designer, you can use this online tool to customize your logo, banners, websites, brochures and more. What is Photoshop Elements? Adobe Photoshop Elements is an online platform where you can edit, create, share, convert, and create the latest photos and videos. Create HD photos and videos for your computer, smartphone, or tablet for the web, social media, and mobile devices. You can edit photos directly from your camera, phone, computer and more. No need to put photos on your computer or transfer files. You can use this online tool to customize your logo, banners, websites, brochures and more. The best part is that you can save your work using high quality PNG graphics, which makes your work look professional. Using Photoshop Elements software, you can download your work as a layered PSD file. Photoshop Elements also gives you an option to change text, fonts, colors and other details to get the exact look you want. You can use this tool to edit GIF images. You will need to know how to edit a GIF in the first place because Photoshop Elements will not enable you to edit the frames of a GIF. Using Photoshop Elements, you can also create videos, edit them, save them as a movie file, and even animate them. Photoshop Elements also allows you to create images, videos, podcasts, slides, games, ebook, apps and more. What should I use Photoshop Elements to? Elements is a useful tool for photographers, graphic designers, web designers, Discord emoji creators and meme-makers. Using Photoshop Elements, you can edit your photos, create your own photo effects, shape layers, create work from scratch and much more. Here are some of the things you can do with Photoshop Elements. Edit photos and videos directly from your camera, computer, phone, and other devices. Download your work as a layered PSD file. Save your work as PNGs, JPEGs, JPEG 2000, and more. Create and edit images, videos, and GIFs. Create and edit flash files. Create animations from photos and videos. Remove the backgrounds from your photos. Place text and shapes. Add a filter to your photos. Create a collage of your photos. Create and edit slides, slideshows and ebooks. Create work from scratch. Create a681f4349e
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1. **Using the Clone Stamp**. Choose Edit → Clone → Clone Stamp. The Clone Stamp dialog box appears (Figure 5-9). The Clone Stamp tool works similarly to the healing brush described on page 245. It is best to start working on a new layer. **Figure 5-9:** Use the Clone Stamp tool to make pixel-by-pixel fixes to your files. 2. **The Selection handles**. At any time, you can click and drag through image areas to include them in your selection. These areas are colored orange when the selection is selected, and blue when the selected area is deleted. 3. **The Paint Bucket**. The Paint Bucket is much like the healing brush (described on page 245). When you select the Paint Bucket, you are offered the opportunity to fill the selected area with the color of your choice. You can fill with any color, transparent, gradient, or patterns. 4. **The Pen tool**. The Pen tool has many uses. You can erase areas of an image, create masks, paint or draw shapes (see Figure 5-10), and much more. For more information on this powerful tool, refer to the online documentation at `adobe.com`. **Figure 5-10:** The Pen tool can be used to create and manipulate shapes. Manual layers in Photoshop Manual layers are an additional layer of information that Photoshop can work with. They enable you to create and manipulate Photoshop layers and create masks. Every manual layer is given a unique number and appears within the Layers panel. Layers can be renamed (even after they are created) and modified (through cropping, recoloring, retouching, and so on). To create a new layer, choose Layer → New Layer. In the dialog box that appears, click OK. Photoshop creates the new layer. The new layer appears in the Layers panel with the number “1.” You can create a stack of layers and move them back and forth between layers. To move a layer between layers, right-click the layer and choose Move Layer from the shortcut menu. To move a layer off the top of the stack, right-click the top layer and choose Move Layer to Bottom from the shortcut menu, and type the new number in the Layer drop-down list. To create a new layer and position it on a canvas, drag the cursor onto the canvas. When the cursor overl
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