Introducing the Basics of Photoshop Adobe Photoshop is a powerful vector-based image editing program that allows you to add custom images and text on top of one another with the use of layers. It has a rather complex interface. However, the process is fairly straightforward and consists of a few basic steps. Step 1: Choose an image to manipulate Choose a photo of your choice, open a file in the software, or even scan or shoot one to start with. Step 2: Locate an image or text you would like to manipulate Before you start, place the selection frame on the image that you are editing. Step 3: Create a new layer Right-click on the Layers palette and select Create Layer from the drop-down menu, or press Ctrl + J/⌘ + J. The layer will be blank, so we’ll need to either fill it with a picture or text. Step 4: Add an image/text to the new layer. The easiest way to add an image to the layer is by simply pasting an image from your computer into the new layer. You can also use Adobe’s Vector Tools, select either the Rectangle or Polygon tool, and then draw a polygon over the area you want to work on. Step 5: Adjust the settings of the layer you just added Once you have your image or text placed, you’ll notice it is a white box. You have a number of options here, however. Go to the Colors/Blend menu and choose Expand or Contract to see the different options you have. Here, you can either choose to have all your colors become one color or have only certain colors become one. You can also adjust how much of an effect you want to have. Most people usually use the Blacks slider to adjust the brightness or lightness of the image, or they’ll use the Brightness/Contrast slider to adjust the overall lightness of the image. Step 6: Save and Exit When you are done tweaking the image, you can save it. To do this, go to the File menu and choose Save. Step 7: Print or Export You can save the image so that you can print it, email it, or copy it. If you want to print the image, choose the Print button or if you want to export it, then choose the Export button.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to use the Magic Eraser tool to blur an image. You’ll also learn how to edit and remove unwanted areas of an image, use creative tool tips, work with image masks and more. You’ll get started by downloading the tool and adding filters to your image. This tutorial shows you how to use Photoshop Elements to soften images, Further Reading: How to Use the Lasso Tool to Select an Area in an Image Sign Up For Our Newsletter Get the best tutorials, news and tips for Adobe Photoshop sent straight to your inbox. Image Sharpening in Photoshop Elements One of the most frequent questions asked about Photoshop Elements is the manual sharpening tool. The manual sharpening tool is a nifty little tool that can be used to smooth out irregularities in an image. The sharpening tool is located in the Sharpen toolbox. To access the sharpening tool, click on the dialog box, Sharpening, and then select Manual or Optical. Figure 1: The Sharpen tool dialog box. Once you select the manual or optical sharpening tool, click and drag on an area of the image and the tool will perform its function. Sharpening an image will add additional definition to the image. While sharpening an image generally does a good job at removing any irregularities, it doesn’t always produce the intended effect. Sharpening may not take into account edges, which cause distortions or soften areas of the image. Some of the effects the sharpening tool can produce are by producing a gentle blur, which adds interest and movement to an image. Other effects include a drastic change in the focus of an image. This effect works best with portraits where the focus needs to be on the face, not the background. The manual sharpening tool will not remove any blur in the image and may leave undesired marks. If you want to remove undesired marks left by the manual sharpening tool, remove them by using the Remove tool. To use the Remove tool, select the tool from the toolbox by clicking on the toolbox icon or by clicking on the image and holding down the Ctrl key. Once you select the Remove tool, click on the undesired spot, and the tool will remove it. Remove unwanted marks left by the sharpening tool. Image Blur in Photoshop Elements The Blur tool is a great tool to soften images and blur 05a79cecff
Opinion issued September 30, 2005 In The Court of Appeals For The First District of Texas NO. 01-05-00278-CV ROXIE DELANO GORGAN, Appellant V. THE CITY OF CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, Appellee On Appeal from the 125th District Court Harris County, Texas Trial Court Cause No. 2003-73898 MEMORANDUM OPINION Appellant Roxie Delano Gorgan appeals from a default judgment awarded to the City of Clarksville, Texas. We dismiss the appeal for want of jurisdiction. BACKGROUND On July 7, 2003, the City sued appellant’s father, Charles Franklin Gorgan, alleging the unpaid balance on a street improvement bond was $77,596.05, plus accrued interest. The City requested payment of this amount. The City obtained a default judgment and a writ of execution was issued on June 30, 2004. On April 22, 2005, more than 90 days after the writ of execution was signed and issued, the City obtained a default judgment against appellant, in the amount of $97,932.38, plus interest and attorney’s fees. The judgment recited that all prior judgments in favor of the City against appellant and Charles Gorgan were merged into this judgment and satisfied. It also awarded costs against appellant. Appellant filed a motion for new trial on May 7, 2005. She later filed a notice of appeal. JURISDICTION We first address the question of our jurisdiction over this appeal. The City challenges our jurisdiction over appellant’s appeal, asserting it was taken from a final judgment. Finality is an issue of subject matter jurisdiction. See American Fire & Casualty Ins. Co. v. Travis, 927 S.W.2d 382, 383 (Tex. App.—Houston [14th Dist.] 1996, no writ). The right to appeal is conferred by statute
The Curves tool can help you adjust the shape of an image’s contrast, brightness and saturation. You can use the Spot Healing Brush to edit single pixels or areas of an image. This tool is especially useful for fixing blemishes and scratches in images. The Eraser tool allows you to paint out pixels, or use it to erase some part of an image. It also works with layers by default, so you can create mask with any parts of the image that you wish to erase. The Gradient tool allows you to change the color values of any point in the image. The Healing tool can be used to repair pixelated or damaged areas of an image. It can also combine pixels from surrounding areas in the same way as the Spot Healing Brush. The Masking (or Clone Stamp) tool allows you to selectively copy an area of an image. It’s a basic tool for creating custom brushes, but you can also use it to set up a clone mask. The Puppet Warp tool allows you to distort and warp images, including warping them in 3D. You can take this tool further to create unusual visual effects. The Selection tools make it easier to select an area of an image. You can either go selection by selection, or do it by path. The Spot Healing Brush tool, like the Healing Brush, can be used to repair damaged or corrupted areas of an image. Use the option menu to access all of Photoshop’s options, like you can see in the video above. You can also set all of your preferences in the Preferences or Options dialog box. Photoshop is an extremely powerful program. But as with anything you use a lot, you want to find the most efficient, streamlined workflow. Along with the latest version, Photoshop CC 2015, comes the Photoshop Extended application. Photoshop Extended is basically Photoshop with all the same features and tools. It also has a bunch of additional features that are really useful. In this video we cover how to navigate and use Photoshop Extended, and how to access more tools. Take a look at how to create custom brushes, work with layers, retouch images and apply vignettes to images. You’ll learn how to use the Gradient tool, path-based selection tools, healing tools, how to remove artifacts and how to use the Paths and Patterns feature. You’ll also learn how to set up a minimalistic startup workflow and how to open an image in Photoshop
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