Other Art-Editing Programs Various art-editing programs are available. These include the following: * Adobe Fireworks * Adobe Fireworks CS5 for Mac (see www.adobe.com/products/fireworks/cs5/index.html) * CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7 * Photoshop Express * Pixlr (free, on Google Play: ) * Pixelmator * PaintShop Pro * Efoto Studio * GIMP In the following sections we describe some of the art-editing programs and how they differ from Photoshop.
Photoshop is also used for web design, which creates websites and web pages for the purpose of advertising their products. Web design may include the creation and formatting of information for the World Wide Web and other Internet technologies. Basics Photoshop is a professional image editing and graphics designing program. It is a graphics editor that can be used for photo editing and graphic creation. The program enables users to edit and combine different layers to create more complex designs. Photoshop is also used to create websites. Photoshop has the ability to create professional quality graphics and has many tools to do so. The program contains several drawing tools including: Pen tools: The pen tool is used to manually draw lines and shapes. It also offers over 10 different painting tools, which include the following: Airbrush: A paint brush that uses a digital airbrush to create soft edges on a painting. Dot: A paint tool that creates a dot with a set color. Note: A paint tool that creates a light colored line. Blur: A blur tool that reduces the sharpness of a painting. Black and White: An overlay that replaces color with black and white. Gradient: A gradient tool that allows you to view the colors of a painting and change them with a few clicks. Pattern: A pattern tool that creates a pattern over your painting. Hatch: A fill pattern that creates a flower, sky, ribbon or animal type pattern. Inverse: A pattern that inverts the colors. Fill: A fill pattern that fills up the pattern with solid color. Gradient pattern: A pattern that creates a gradient between two colors. Draw lines: A tool that creates straight and curved lines. Hand: A tool that makes it easier to draw shapes and lines. Curve: A tool that creates a smooth curve between two points. Path: A tool that creates paths. A path is a line or polygon that is used to create shapes and line features. Paths: A group of curved and straight lines. Erase: A tool that makes a line or shape transparent. Key: A tool that quickly creates a key, or a black outline around a shape. Draw: A tool that can be used to fill a shape with a solid color. Bevel: A tool that creates a more complex and a681f4349e
Billionaire buys Scottish Football Club Newcastle United Football Club is the latest of a string of world-famous British sporting teams that have come under the ownership of a billionaire foreigner. Japanese-born Mike Ashley has become the owner of his new football team with a reported purchase of £75 million from previous owner Malcolm Glazer. The £75 million acquisition was reported on Saturday morning by Bloomberg. Ashley has held a 28% stake in America’s 3rd largest football club United States of America Football League since 1998, the club is located in Washington DC, it is also known as DC United. Ashley, 54, who ranks 52nd in the Forbes list of the world’s richest people, will operate as chief executive officer of Newcastle United. After Glazer, 75, paid £290 million for the club, the Florida-based hedge fund Lone Star Funds took control last July and began a £40 million renovation of St James’ Park. The Americans paid £75 million for the club, and immediately began another £40 million renovation of St James’ Park. After Glazer was forced to sell the club following the US debacle over the US Airways Flight 1549, the £75 million down payment on the England-based club came from US owners of the investment fund Lone Star. Commenting on the purchase, Ashley told Bloomberg: “I don’t believe there’s anything in English football — certainly not in the Premier League — that can be as good as the Newcastle United,” “I’ve seen it first hand. I’m a supporter. It’s great for the city of Newcastle — it’s great for England and it’s great for the Premier League. It’s the best.” “The club had just bought its own stadium — we’re going to build on that.” If the club turns out to be as successful as he anticipates, Ashley will have Given the size of his investment, he is almost certain to claim more than £75 million back in tax — if not complete exemption from tax, for his $200 million investment. Newcastle United is one of the most storied football clubs in English football. Founded in 1892, the club have competed in England’s top division for
The Dodge and Burn filters allow you to brighten up or darken an image. There is no absolute standard for the size of brushes, but the suggestions below may help you choose a brush size. Select the Brush tool from the toolbox. Hold the Shift key and click a point in the document for the brush to select. For a regular round brush, you can simply click on the brush and move the mouse pointer to a new position. By default, Photoshop will apply a pattern to the brush. Click on the small square to open the Brush Options box. In the Opacity box, you can set the opacity of the brush. In the Size box, you can set the size of the brush. In the Shape box, you can choose a shape or a pattern for the brush. Click on the white square for a regular round brush, the black square for a soft round brush, and the tiny rectangle for a stippled brush. In the Angle box, you can choose how the brush is angled. Click on the white square to open a set of arrows. On the bottom of the brush options box, click the small black square to clear the setting for the brush. Most brushes come with a default setting. You may want to change the settings, depending on the intended effect of the brush. Some Photoshop brushes have a pre-defined location where they can be placed. Place the brush at the position indicated by the blue arrow in the image below. You can use the Horizontal or Vertical option to move the brush by a set distance, left or right or up or down. Use the Frame option to set the amount of space between the actual brush area and the Image itself. You can move a brush by clicking and dragging it, or by pressing the Ctrl key while clicking. With a wide variety of brushes and text tools available in Photoshop, you can use them in a number of ways. Below is an example of how to use the cross-hatch brush in various ways. Cross-hatching is a technique in which you create a “cross-hatched” pattern to fill an area, usually a background. With the cross-hatch brush, you can use it as a regular round brush to create a hatching pattern. Click on the cross-hatch brush in the toolbox to select it. Click and drag to create a cross-hatched pattern.
Adobe AIR 1.5 (or later) 4.3 GB RAM or more 1 GB free disk space Windows 7 or higher Processor Intel Core 2 Duo or better DirectX 10.0 Network Internet connection (LAN) An internet connection is recommended. A Japanese version of the manual will be made available for download. Known Issues When the unit is powered off, a loading screen is displayed after the initial setup. After power-off, a loading screen is displayed when the unit