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Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Using Smart Guides
Photoshop gives you the capacity to use the smart guides to help to align forms, slices, and selections while you draw.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Setting Layers Panel Options
Photoshop does not have many options to order the panel of layers itself; in fact, there only the size of the nail of the inch of layer one-changes and how it enters the box of nail of the inch
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Exporting Layers as Files
Photoshop gives you the option of the layers of export and saving like various files using a great choice of formats including PSD, BMP, JPEG, pdf, Targa, tiff, and png. By exporting layers towards files, a format is applied to all the exported layers. The layers of export to the ordering of manuscript of files gives you the capacity to create various files of the various layers and the selected options specific to the format of file which you want.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Working with the Layer Comps Panel
The Layer Comp are an image or instantaneous of the actual position of the panel of layers. When you create Layer Comp, you record the visibility of layer, the position of a layer in the document, and all the styles of layer applied to the image. The manufacturing changes into the layers in your document and then the update of the panel of Comps of layer creates a new compartment of layer.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Intermediate Selection Techniques (part 4) - Refine Edge Command
Even though the Select menu offers several options, there is always room for improvement. Photoshop provides a powerful option for refining an existing selection—the Refine Edge command, which can be accessed in two ways.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Intermediate Selection Techniques (part 3) - Creating a Path with the Pen Tool
You can use the Pen tool to create paths. Many users swear by the Pen tool, but be warned: It’s not the easiest tool to use. The Pen tool allows you to click around the image, adding anchor points. Photoshop then connects those points with vector lines, which can be adjusted or resized.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Intermediate Selection Techniques (part 2) - Quick Mask Mode
The Quick Mask mode can be a bit time-consuming, but its accuracy and flexibility make it worth using. The primary advantage of editing your selection as a quick mask is that you can use almost any Photoshop tool or filter to modify the mask.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Intermediate Selection Techniques (part 1) - Color Range Command
If you liked the Magic Wand tool, then prepare to love the Color Range command. The Color Range command allows you to select a specified color within the document. You can then easily add to the selection to refine it. All of its speed and power is complemented by a very intuitive user interface.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Deleting Layers, Changing Layer Properties
While Photoshop lets you add layers to a document (up to 8,000), it also lets you delete layers. Remember that once you’ve deleted a layer and saved the document, there is no way to recover the deleted layer. However, while the document is open, there is always the chance of recovering the deleted layer through the History panel.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Setting Layer Opacity, Duplicating a Layer
There are times when you will need a copy of a Photoshop layer. Duplicating a layer is a simple process that creates a pixel-to-pixel copy of the selected layer. Once the copied layer is created, it becomes a separate image within the document.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Working with Layer Blending Modes
You can control the number of layers to which a blending mode is applied. Hold down the Alt (Win) or Option (Mac) key, and then click on the visible line separating the adjustment layer from the next lower layer.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Linking and Unlinking Layers
If you’re currently looking at the Layers panel, and wondering where the linking button is, don’t worry. It’s not missing; it’s just been moved. Linking multiple layers is a snap. Simply select one or more layers and then click the Link Layers button at the bottom of the Layers panel.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Using Merge Layer Options
The Merge Down option lets you merge one selected layer into the layer directly below it in the layer stacking order. Merged layers take on the characteristics of the layer into which they are being merged.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Layers - Controlling Image Information Using the Layers Panel, Moving Layers Between Documents
Photoshop documents typically contain multiple layers. One web survey concluded that Photoshop designers tend to create documents with an average of 14 layers.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Camera Raw—Beyond the Basics - Editing Multiple Photos at Once
One of the biggest advantages of using Camera Raw is that it enables you to apply changes to one photo, and then easily apply those exact same changes to a bunch of other similar photos taken in the same approximate setting.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Camera Raw—Beyond the Basics - Double-Processing to Create the Uncapturable
As good as digital cameras have become these days, when it comes to exposure, the human eye totally kicks their butt. That’s why we shoot so many photos where our subject is backlit, because with our naked eye we can see the subject just fine (our eye adjusts)
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Automate Commands - Using the Fit Image Command
The Fit Image command is a quick way to adjust an image to a specific width and height without changing its current aspect ratio. While the same process can be accomplished using Photoshop’s Image Size dialog box, this way is quicker and works more reliably when used to change the size of an image within an action.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Working with Automate Commands - Processing Multiple Image Files
The Image Processor command in Photoshop allows you to convert and process multiple files without first creating an action, which is something you need to do with the Batch command. The Image Processor options make it easy to convert a set of files to either JPEG, PSD, or TIFF, or all three formats at the same time.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Additional Selection Commands
If you have an existing selection, you can use the Border command. You can enter a value between 1 and 200 pixels. A new selection that frames the existing selection will be created.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Basic Selection Tools
Photoshop’s Tools panel contains three categories of tools that you can use to create a basic selection: Marquee tools, Lasso tools, and Wand tools. While these three are very useful, many users forget that they are only starting points. Learning to use them is important, but again, it’s just the beginning.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Sizing Digital Images - Resizing an Image (part 4) - Content-Aware Scaling, Puppet Warp, Using Smart Objects Before Transforming
The Content-Aware scaling feature is a way to intelligently scale an image that allows for certain details to be preserved while others are distorted. It can be used to recompose an image. When used correctly, the image will automatically adapt to preserve vital areas during the scale.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Sizing Digital Images - Resizing an Image (part 3) - Rotate Canvas Command, Free Transform Command
The Free Transform command is another useful way to rotate and size an image. It works best when you have an object located on its own floating layer (not a Background) or if you have an active selection.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Sizing Digital Images - Resizing an Image (part 2) - Crop Tool
With the Crop tool you can change a viewer’s perception of an image. You can choose to tighten the area of interest of an image, which allows you to de-emphasize (or even eliminate) parts of a photo and improve the image by better framing the subject.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Sizing Digital Images - Resizing an Image (part 1) - Image Size, Canvas Size
The Image Size command lets you permanently reassign the total pixel count, as well as resolution, for a particular image. You can also use this command to upsample or downsample an image. This is an easy way to size an image to a specific height or width.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Sizing Digital Images - Resolution Revisited, Resampling
When you resample an image, Photoshop creates new pixels. Those new pixels are created based on the neighboring pixels. How those new pixels are formed is determined by the interpolation method you specify. Photoshop offers up to five methods to resample your image.
Adobe PhotoShop CS5 : Acquiring Digital Images - Scanners
Shooting on film is still a valid choice. Film offers greater flexibility for low-light situations, and it offers some aesthetic options not afforded by digital capture. Many purists swear that shooting film adds richness in detail and color, as well as introduces subtle nuances like film grain, which cannot be replicated with a digital camera.
Adobe PhotoShop CS5 : Acquiring Digital Images - Digital Cameras
Shooting a photo digitally produces a less accurate image than scanning a photo shot on film with a flatbed scanner using a high spi setting. This is because digital cameras capture data using photosensitive electronic sensors.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Maximizing Filters - Filters Defined & Preparing to Use Filters
Filters can save time and in fact can even be fun to use. Before you rush in and try out every filter in Photoshop, you need to make sure the image is ready to be processed. Many filters are render intensive, so there’s no reason to spend extra time on pixels you will be throwing away.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Removing Distracting Stuff Using Content-Aware Fill
The method you just learned has you making a selection, and then filling it using Content-Aware Fill. If you’d rather paint than select, you can use the Spot Healing Brush—just make sure the Content-Aware radio button is on up in the Options Bar, then paint right over what you want gone.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 : Fixing Problems Caused by Your Camera’s Lens
Photoshop CS5 definitely has some overlap with the included Camera Raw 6 that comes with CS5 (and is part of Photoshop), in that you can do a lot of the same things in Photoshop that you can do in Camera Raw.
 
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