# Using the Eraser tool The Eraser tool is your most common image-editing tool. In fact, it’s the tool that any image editor _should_ know how to use. The Eraser tool provides you with a brush or a different tool that you use to make selective changes to your image. We explain more about the various editing tools in the following section. In this section, we walk you through the steps for making an image look better with one of Photoshop’s tools. To start any of these steps, choose Enhance⇒Adjust Lighting⇒Levels to open the Levels dialog box, shown in Figure 12-3. From the Levels dialog box, select Curves. (In the figure, the Curves dialog box is displayed.) Highlight the Shadows and Blacks areas of the curve and drag the area to the left for lighter and the right for darker areas of the image. Figure 12-3: In the Levels dialog box, Curves is selected by default. The preceding settings are a good starting point. You can even make the image brighter or darker for more dramatic effect. The Levels dialog box also enables you to adjust the highlights, midtones, and shadows to any level you want. From the left panel, drag the slider to the left or right to make the highlights lighter or darker. Drag the midtones, or second slider, to the left to make the image darker;
In this article, we are going to show you the beginner’s guide to Adobe Photoshop Elements to create beautiful pictures and graphics. Just like the software, we are going to start with a simple illustration and then move on to complex illustrations and advanced images. Assume that you have Photoshop PSD file on your desktop, so you can get familiar with the most used tools and shortcuts by opening the file first. If you haven’t downloaded Elements yet, you can download it in its own installer. The path to create beautiful pictures begins with an illustration. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a vector illustration. Vector illustrations are drawn in a mathematical form that can be edited with the help of editing tools. Requirements You will need the following to create this tutorial: Adobe Photoshop CS6. Adobe Photoshop Elements 2019. Steps to create a basic vector illustration Create a New Document Open Adobe Photoshop Elements and create a New document in 1408 pixels or 1920 pixels. This will be the size of your final drawing. Draw the Shape Add a Drawing Tool. To do this, press the Tool Button (T) on the keyboard, and select Shape Tools. Select Basic Artistic Pencil. Create a Basic Rectangle. Draw the border of your document. Reduce the Opacity of your drawing Reduce the Opacity of the whole document to 50 percent. Add a Gradient Add a gradient in the whole document and apply it to the whole document. Now, you should get a gradient that starts from light to dark colors. Add a Gradient Mask Add a Gradient Mask in the whole document. Select the Gradient Mask and select Add New Mask or Mask M. This will add a new layer over the whole document. Now, select the Gradient Mask and apply it to the Gradient layer. Add the Background Add a Linear Gradient and change the color to black. Then apply this as a background. Add a Background Gradient Add a Background Gradient to your background. Now, go to Effects > Gradient Overlay and apply it in the document. Add a Background Add a new Background layer and apply a Black or White Gradient. Add a Skin Texture Add a drop shadow in your layer. Create a 05a79cecff
Q: How to use MenuItem in other Activity I want to use menu icons in different activities, but I can not use the same action bar, since it’s an internal class of my application. How do I solve this? A: since it’s an internal class of my application. Then you need to create an instance of it in each class where you want to use it. I strongly recommend that you pass an instance of it around as an instance variable, then you can access the instance of the activity using this (assuming that it is a member variable of the current class). Second, if it really is an internal class, you should not be creating or manipulating it from a class that is not a member of that class. (a) x (b) w (c) -3 (d) 2/9 d Let y be -40 + (-98)/(-2) – (-1 + 0). What is the third smallest value in y, 3/7, 2/17? y Let p = 431 + -435. Which is the third biggest value? (a) p (b) -1/4 (c) 0.4 (d) -0.2 b Let w = -14 + 13. Let o = 4.95 + 0.05. Which is the smallest value? (a) w (b) o (c) -2 c Let r = -4.13 – -0.23. Let h = 4.9 + r. Let j = 2.91 + h. Which is the smallest value? (a) 2/13 (b) -0.2 (c) j b Let y = -161/6 – -28. Which is the smallest value? (a) -3 (b) y (c) -2/9 a Let s = -2/7 – -11/28. Let k = -0.51 – -0.51. Which is the smallest value? (a) k (b) 2/5 (c) s a Let x = 59 + -58.7. Which is the second smallest value? (a) -25 (b) x (c) 3 (d) 4 b Let s = –
The Brush tools are a set of tools that allow you to paint or draw on a digital photo or an image. Photoshop brushes are categorized according to the type of stroke you want to make: smudge, pencil, airbrush, radial gradient, and others. Each of these brushes works differently and therefore should be studied individually. The Gradient tool uses a gradient. By adjusting the fill of the gradient, you can change the color of an object. The Eraser tool allows you to use it as a vector or raster to cover up mistakes you might make when you are editing an image. The Pencil tool allows you to make quick drawings on a digital photo. The Healing Brush tool works in a similar way to the clone stamp tool in Photoshop. This allows you to remove unwanted textures, damage, or dirt from images. The Pencil tool allows you to make quick drawings or marks in a photo. The Paint Bucket tool enables you to apply a color fill to an image. The Spot Healing Brush tool makes it possible to select a small area of an image, then change the color of the selected area. The Spot Healing Brush tool is often used as an alternative to the healing brush and can be used to correct damage to an object. The Healing tool enables you to repair small areas of an image. The Dust Removal tool works much like the healing brush except that it allows you to select a larger area to remove. The Go to Layers tab allows you to change the Opacity and blending options of the image. The Paste and Edit Paths tools allow you to duplicate an image or manipulate a text object. The Undo command lets you reverse the most recent changes you have made to the digital photo or image. The Clone Stamp tool allows you to duplicate small sections of the photo. The Clone Stamp tool works by replacing the original pixels in a portion of the image with the duplicate pixels from another section of the image. The Levels tool enables you to increase or decrease the saturation, lightness, and contrast of an image. The tool is helpful when your image is too light or too dark. The Sponge tool is useful for touching up an image using a brush. The Sponge tool works by evenly blending the colors in a soft edge around an object. The tool often works best when used with a soft or grainy brush. The Black and White filter replaces the normal color tones in a photo with the color black and white. The filter works
OS: Windows XP SP3 or later Windows XP SP3 or later CPU: 1.5 GHz Pentium III or later 1.5 GHz Pentium III or later RAM: 512 MB of RAM required for full installation 512 MB of RAM required for full installation Disk: 320 MB of free space required on the hard disk 320 MB of free space required on the hard disk Sound Card: minimum DirectX 9 compliant sound card Minimum DirectX 9 compliant sound card Graphics: 128 MB of video RAM 128 MB of video
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