Did you know? Photoshop includes tools to help quickly and easily create a collage. Have you ever wondered how to create a really cool collage of your friends and family? Or perhaps create a collage of your class, school or favorite vacation? In Photoshop, creating a collage is easy. You can either start from an existing photo by importing it as a selection or create a new layer. You can then import or create a Photoshop file and start manipulating your image with a variety of tools. 1. Starting from an Existing Photo This is one of the easiest ways to create a collage, especially if you have hundreds of photos to choose from. You can select your photos in Bridge or Photoshop, and then import them. If you want to import a selection, in Bridge you can select your items, right-click and choose Copy to Bridge. In Photoshop, right-click the Import button and choose the Import option. Or, on the menus, click the Selection button, and choose Select > All Layers. You can also open an existing Photoshop file. In Photoshop, you’ll have to set up a new image size, but this enables you to create a collage without having to re-import the existing images. 2. Creating a Collage from Scratch You can start from scratch with this method to make a collage. However, you need to start from scratch in Photoshop. It doesn’t work well to copy and paste layers, as Photoshop will not take the pasted items. If you copy and paste an image, such as a section of a photo, it will be replaced with the new copy. To start creating a collage, select a photo on your monitor as the background image of a new Photoshop document. In Photoshop, choose File > New. Then, on the left side of the window, click on the Photoshop item in the menu. You’ll see a Create New Document dialog box, as shown below. Choose the size, resolution and color setting for the new Photoshop file. Click OK. With the new Photoshop document open, create a new layer by clicking in the background. To create a new layer, with your background image selected, either double-click in the document (in the background image) or select Layer > New > Layer. A new layer is created, along with an empty space for text or other elements. You can then
Elemental features in Photoshop. This article covers all sorts of ways to work with images in Photoshop. We’ll show you how to save, send or export images, edit and manipulate images, work with layers, modify filter effects, and work with smart objects. You’ll also learn how to work with the Camera Raw interface and how to generate higher-resolution images. We’ll show you how to adjust the size of an image in the browser, compress and optimize images for web use, and create images with all kinds of effects. Before we begin: we recommend using a high-resolution screen for editing your images. Many editing apps create very small thumbnails of images to display on websites and e-mails, so you should use a high-resolution screen to edit your images. And just in case, we’ve listed the best laptops for artists, and a table of the best phones for artists. Save, export, share, and edit images in Photoshop Before we can create new images or edit existing images, we must first save the images in a format that we can work with later. We don’t have to save all the images at once. We can save the images as JPEGs, PNGs, or even edit images directly into the picture editor. Let’s explore how to save images as JPEGs, PNGs and preview images in the Picture Editor. Save an image as JPEG Save an image as a JPEG. To save a JPEG version of an image, right-click the image, and select Save for Web & Devices. Remember that saving an image for web use generally results in a loss of quality. JPEGs generally look best when they are saved at medium or medium quality. But on some sites, smaller JPEGs look good. Save an image as a JPEG. You can also save a JPEG version of a selected image. To do this, use the free version of Elements. Highlight a selection and right-click the image to select Save for Web & Devices. Save images as PNG To save an image as a PNG, right-click the image, and select Save for Web & Devices. In the Save for Web & Devices dialogue, you have three options: Save for Web & Devices, from which you can select jpg or png. Save for Web & Devices 05a79cecff
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A History panel allows you to undo changes that you don’t want to have happen. Brush Tip Width is a width setting for the brush. If you aren’t sure what the setting does, check out this tutorial. Don’t forget that you can also make new brushes, so check out my Brush Tutorial for more information. In this lesson, we will talk about White balance. White balance allows you to compensate for the color cast produced by natural or artificial light sources. Different color temperatures can produce different colors in photos. If you take a picture under fluorescent light it can produce a blueish tint. If you take a picture under incandescent light it can produce a yellowish tint. If you take a picture under warm white light it can produce a warmer color cast. There are several factors that affect the color temperature of a light source: The color temperature of the light source. If the light source is white, then it is not the actual color temperature of the light source, but rather how light the light source emits. The distance between the subject and the light source. The closer the subject, the warmer the light. The farther away the subject is, the cooler the light. The type of light source. Some light sources, such as tungsten bulbs, produce white light. Others, like incandescent bulbs, produce a warm color temperature. A florescent light is a cool color temperature. How to select a color temperature for white balance: There are two ways to select a white balance for a photo. You can use the Auto setting or you can manually choose a white balance. Auto setting. With this option, Photoshop automatically determines the white balance and adjusts the picture. This will make the white balance of the picture match the white balance of the light source. Manual white balance. With this option, you can manually set the white balance. To do this, navigate to the Lighting Panel (Window > Lighting). Then choose a white balance preset. At the top of the panel, there are various white balance presets for different light sources. To change the white balance to a specific one, click on the white balance swatch in the preset box. In this tutorial, I show how to select a new brush size in Photoshop. You can also change the brush tip width, select a new brush style, create a new brush, switch to a different brush, and change the brush size of a pattern brush. How to
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