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Transcript of Photoshop
The Brush Tool works by adding a shaped mark on a layer, and if you continue pressing the mouse button or the pen on a tablet, several marks will be added creating a stroke until you release the pressure. The essentials options for the brush tool are: Brush Tip Shape, Blending Mode, Opacity and Flow. You must understand those concepts before moving forward with the advanced settings. The colour palette provides a colour ramp along the bottom of the palette for quickly picking an approximate colour. As you move your cursor over the colour ramp, it changes to an eyedropper. Clicking in the colour ramp changes the foreground colour In Photoshop, layers are used to work on individual parts of an image while not affecting other parts. Layers are like transparency papers stacked on top of one another which can be repositioned and separately drawn on without disturbing each other. The feathering effect available in Adobe Photoshop allows you to select the edges of an image and soften them with a hazy, blending-to-white effect. Feathering creates an elegant look for a photo. Magazine layouts and other publications use this tool to create their final effects. One of the best things about this effect is the ease with which you can apply it, providing an elegant veneer to an everyday image. In Photoshop, feathering works with a variety of tools. Tool Option Bar The tool option bar is where you would go to adjust settings for the currently active tool. This toolbar is context-sensitive which means it changes according to which tool has been selected. Palette Well When you open Photoshop the palettes are stacked along the right edges of the screen. the first group contains the navigator, info and option palettes. next is the colour swatches and brushes palettes. then below are the history and action palettes. finally the layers. channels and path palettes. Window Control Windows control is used for a variety of services, you can open different pages and multiple pages using your mouse. Object Palette Objects is located at the bottom of the toolbox it consists of shapes, graphics etc.. Brush Palette The brush palette is a powerful tool inside Photoshop that allows you to change brush tip shape, diameter, and apply textures. You can create a huge variety of different styles using the same brush. All you need to do is modify the settings within the brush palette. The History Palette in Adobe Photoshop is an efficient tool that allows you to undo/redo multiple states of an image. History Palette