In This Chapter Creating interesting effects Making images look like something they’re not Adding dimension to photos Photoshop is capable of many special effects that make your images look like works of art. In this chapter, you find out how to create some of the most distinctive features you find in the world of high-fashion photography. Many effects you see on the cover of a magazine are the result of Photoshop’s special tools. You too can create similar effects that turn your images into works of art, or create special effects that turn your images into something they’re not. Some effects — like drop shadows or selective color adjustment — are quite sophisticated. Others are much simpler, or can be done in a matter of seconds. The more time and effort you put into an image, the more impressive your finished image will look. ## Introducing the Creative Special Effects _Special effects_ are photographic processes that go beyond the inherent qualities of your raw photographs and attempt to imitate an artist’s creation. Instead of focusing on how to create a photo with or without particular features, special effects allow you to turn ordinary images into works of art. Special effects can add elements to a picture that make it appear surreal, completely different, or even completely abstract. Although some effects create new images, others just make your photo look different. Never make a client pay for special effects just because you think they look cool. Some special effects produce a stunningly realistic image that looks as though it were taken by a professional. Others make your photo look different, as though it were photographed by a different person. ## Working with a Filter You can call the effects that Photoshop includes in its filter collection _filters_ or _filters._ Filters are special effects that are designed to work on an image as a whole. As they’re applied, they often change the exposure, contrast, color
In this article we’ll cover the best time-saving tools that will help you work faster and get more done in Photoshop Elements. There are also some tools we’ll use that can be found in the Elements 12 version and up. Full disclosure: MakingSparks is a paid affiliate for a few tools on this list. Download: Photoshop Elements Over the last seven years I have personally curated and used over 9,000 apps and tools in my Photoshop workflow. As a photographer, I have come across a great number of tools, even before makingSparks, that save me loads of time. Some of these apps are free, some are paid, some are just very useful plugins. The four tools I’m most proud of are the ones that have helped me to make better images and work faster. The four tools I’m most proud of are the ones that have helped me to make better images and work faster. Most editors have clippers as the first thing they reach for when they open a file. There are several types of clipper: Subtract clippers Add clippers Content-Aware Fill I will show you how each type works, but I won’t be putting them on every tutorial. Subtract Clippers (Solve > Widen Selection) If you want to remove a part of the image or clean it up a bit, and you only want to remove the unwanted bits, use subtract clippers. I use these all the time when making technical images, removing large amounts of dust and repairing dust or scratches. Even in Illustrator you can use these but they are a bit more difficult to use. In the example below, we want to remove the text. I’ll be using the remove with select option because this one is a bit smarter. Open the file you want to remove the text from. Make sure you only open it once in Photoshop Elements. Click on the “solve” tool. Make sure the “subtract” tool is highlighted. On the tool bar, find the “remove with select” option and click it. Remember to select the “subtract” option so that you’re only removing text. The image will immediately update and you a681f4349e
# Interface CHAdeMO (Autumn 2016) This document defines the application and user interface that will be used for the [China ABB Battery Powered Electric Vehicle (BEV)]( project, taken place in 2016. Case vocabulary | ID | Term | Description | | — | — | — | | CH-AP-BEV_APP | Application | Application used by the drivers for their daily activities | | CH-AP-BEV_SCHEDULE | Schedule | Any structured set of tasks | | CH-AP-BEV_UNIT_U | Unit | Unit of measurement | | CH-AP-BEV_PAY | Pay | A cost made of a payment and a time interval | | CH-AP-BEV_REASON | Reason | An explanation of why a task was performed | | CH-AP-BEV_POINT | Point | A location between two points | | CH-AP-BEV_SELECTION | Selection | An option that was selected in a list | | CH-AP-BEV_ID | ID | ID provided by the application to uniquely identify the details of the BEV | | CH-AP-BEV_TIMES | Times | Time list in calendar format | | CH-AP-BEV_IMAGE | Image | An image for display in the application | | CH-AP-BEV_NAME | Name | Name of the BEV | | CH-AP-BEV_TYPE | Type | Type of the BEV (i.e. petrol, diesel) | | CH-AP-BEV_COLOR | Color | Color of the BEV (either available or requested in the application) | | CH-AP-BEV_MOTION | Motion | Motion of the BEV, e.g. on a highway | | CH-AP-BEV_GENERAL | General | General summary of the BEV | Data classes | ID | Term | Description | | — | — | — | | CH-AP-BEV_EVENT | Event | Typical BEV activities, e.g. charging, discharging
The Content-Aware Fill algorithm repairs fine details and reverts undesirable changes. It is often used to remove wrinkles from wrinkles. The Gradient tool allows you to fill an area with the color or gradient that you specify. The Magic Wand tool finds pixels with a specified color or type, and enables you to create a selection mask. The Pen tool allows you to add and remove pen or brush strokes. These strokes have a variety of built-in patterns, including straight, wavy, dotted, and zigzag lines. The Pen tool can also be used for outlining objects and creating artistic effects like calligraphic and airbrush effects. The Paths tool allows you to easily draw paths, using a straight or curved line and a blend mode. The paths can be transformed and move around the image. Pencil lets you draw individual lines, and can be used for making quick sketches. Quick Selection allows you to select an area of an image that is defined by a rectangle, an ellipse, or a polygon. The Rectangular Select tool offers the same functionality as Quick Selection. The Selection Brush tool allows you to set the edge of a selection to a specific color, size, or weight. The Type tool allows you to insert text or glyphs into the current document. The Vignette effect alters the light in an image, and can be used to create a more realistic effect. Crop lets you align and resize the edges of an image, and the Content-Aware Crop software detects the areas within an image that remain similar. Quick Fix is a feature that allows Photoshop to make basic edits to your image. It uses the same intelligent algorithms as the Content-Aware Fill feature. The Shape Layers tool allows you to create complex geometric shapes with customized colors, transparencies and textures. When you create a shape layer and apply a color or texture to it, the layer’s position will determine the area of the image that is affected by that adjustment. Retouching tools, or effects, can be applied to layer masks to edit them. The Spot Healing brush searches for similar colors or patterns to fill in small areas of damaged areas of the image. The Spot Healing Brush is like a miniature version of the Healing Brush tool. The Spot Healing Tool can be used to repair damaged or corrupted areas of an image. The Liquify filter is a feature that can be used to distort the appearance of objects in an image.
Please see the game’s System Requirements on the Steam page. 1.8 “Mental Health” (Hey look, the “old” build on the Humble Store is version 1.8!) We’ve introduced a new in-game feature called “Mental Health”. This can be found in the Settings menu, and will give you a small head start by giving you roughly 50,000 gold a day, and up to 1 hour of daily XP bonuses. The balance of these bonuses will change according to your class, and will refresh
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