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Getting started w/ ps


Jessie Biros

on 29 May 2013

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Transcript of Getting started w/ ps

Getting Started with Photoshop Jessie L. Biros What is Adobe Photoshop? Adobe Photoshop Adobe Photoshop is the leading raster image – editing software developed by Adobe Systems. It is commonly used by the following
Professionals: Photographers Graphic Artist Web Designers Animator / Video Editor and many more In order to comfortably use Photoshop, you must be familiar with the functionality of each component of the Photoshop workspace Parts of Adobe Photoshop Consists of 8 Major Parts Photoshop CS3 Interface Similar to other applications, Photoshop organizes commands into menus across the top of your screen. Menu Bar Tool Options Bar It provides options to currently
selected tool. It contains tools that Photoshop CS3 offers to edit the active image or create graphics. Tools Palette / Tool Bar Palettes Palettes are essentially dialog boxes
on your screen which enable you to
interact with Photoshop. Document Window It displays the image you are currently
working on. helps minimize the clutter in the workspace by hiding other palettes as an icon. Collapse to Icon Button Opens Adobe Bridge CS3 Application which let you organize files efficiently. Adobe Bridge Button Displays preset workspace that you can choose from or with which you can save your customized workspace Workspace Dropdown Menu Adobe Photoshop CS3 Color Modes Bitmap Mode is most commonly used when printing line art, such as black-and-white logos, illustrations, or black-and-white effects you create from your RGB images. used when the images to be created are in black and white. Grayscale Mode RGB refers to Red, Blue and Green which are the primary colors. Combining these 3 colors in different colors can create a total of 16.8 million colors. RGB Mode refers to the four-color CMYK printing process, in which cyan, magenta, yellow and black inks are mixed to generate a range of colors. Images intended for print should always be converted to CMYK prior to printing. CMYK Mode Lab Color Mode is a good choice for converting a color image to black and white is that it separates the lightness values in the image from the color. In fact, the "L" in Lab stands for "Lightness". The colors in the image are then split into one of two channels named "a" and "b", which stand for nothing more than "a" and "b". Recalling the previous lesson What are Pixels? - Short for Picture Element
- refer to the tiny square that composed
a digital image. Pixels What is Raster Image? - is a type of image that is composed of Pixels Raster Image What is Vector Image? Composed of points, shapes, lines or curves which are defined by mathematical formula.

- can be enlarged or magnified indefinitely without degrading the quality of the image. Vector Image The Color mode specify how the color of the image is displayed and printed. Color Modes How to Launch Adobe Photoshop? How to Open an Image? How to Modify and Resize an Image? How to save an image? 1. Click Start > All Programs > Point 'Adobe CS3' > Click Adobe Photoshop CS3
2. or by clicking its shortcut key on the Desktop How to Launch Adobe Photoshop? 1. Go to File > Open > then Browse for the file /
images you want to use
2. Press Ctrl + O Opening an Image 1. Go to Image > Image Size > Start Modifying the size of the image
2. or Press Alt + Ctrl + I How to Modify / Resize an Image? 1. Go to File > Choose Save / Save as ...
2. or Press Ctrl + S / Ctrl + Shift + S
3. Choose a location on the disk where you want to save your work
4. Type the File name and choose a file type
5. Press OK! How to Save image? Adobe Photoshop has 8 Major Parts
1. Menu Bar
2. Tool Options Bar
3. Tools Palette
4. Document Window
5. Palette
6. Collapse to Icon Button
7. Adobe Bridge Button
8. Workspace dropdown menu Generalization Color Modes
1. Bitmap Mode
2. Grayscale mode
3. RGB mode
4. CMYK mode
5. Lab Color Mode What is the Difference between
Photoshop and MS Paint? MS PAINT ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 1. Offers a lot of specific tools
2. If you want to create a certain image that is impossible to achieve, you can make it happen with Photoshop
3. Imagination is the only limit for your creativty
4. Cannot be learn overnight Adobe Photoshop MS Paint 1. Offers limited tools
2. for basic image editting only
3. User Friendly. Can be learn easily Thank you for Listening
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