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Title: Adobe Photoshop 6


1
Adobe Photoshop 6
  • Foundation Level Course

2
What is Photoshop?
  • Photoshop is a graphics program, which allows you
    to manipulate elements of photographs from all
    sources

3
Opening and Saving Files
  • Photoshop can open and save in various file
    formats.
  • Formats are ways of saving the information in a
    file so the file can be used in other
    applications.
  • Either for Printing or Web page usage.

4
General Preferences
The General Preferences panel provides access to
the most important environmental preference
settings.
5
Review Questions
6
Photoshop Environment
Main Menu
Tool Options Bar
Toolbox
Palettes
Canvas
Status Bar
7
Selection Tools
Selection Tools
  • Selection Tools allow you to select a color, and
    drag and enclose a selection of pixels of the
    image within a marquee.

Selection Tool
8
Painting Tools
  • Painting Tools allow you to add color, shadows,
    lines, and highlights to your canvas.

Painting Tools
9
Path Tools
  • The Path Tools allow you select and manipulate
    lines, shapes and Images.

Path Tools
10
Type Tool
  • The Type Tool allows you to add text to an image.

Type Tool
11
Shape Tool
  • The Shape Tool allows you to draw various
    different shapes.

Shape Tool
12
Viewing Tools
  • The Viewing Tools allow you to add Notes, Audio
    Annotation, Movement as well as enlarging or
    decreasing the viewing area of your document.

ViewingTools
ViewingTools
13
The Tool Options Bar
  • The Tool Options bar contains the tool controls
    that allow you to adjust and keep settings
    displayed while using a selected tool.

14
Review Questions
15
Layers Palette
  • The Layers Palette allow you to make changes to
    an image without altering your original image
    data.

16
Channels Palette
  • Each Channel is an independent grayscale image of
    various colors in a picture.

17
Paths Palette
  • The Paths Palette exists on the equivalent of a
    distinct, object-oriented layer, which sits in
    front of the bitmapped image.

18
History Palette
  • The History Palette records every significant
    operation (not including preferences and
    settings) and stores them in a list.

19
Actions Palette
  • The Actions Palette allows you to record, play,
    edit, and delete individual actions.

20
Info Palette
  • The Info Palette displays information about the
    color values beneath the pointer.

21
Navigator Palette
  • The Navigator Palette is the best tool to use for
    zooming and scrolling needs when working with
    large pictures.

22
Color Palette
  • The Color Palette is a very useful and easy tool
    to use for selecting colors.

23
Swatches Palette
  • The Swatches Palette allows you to collect colors
    for future use.

24
Styles Palette
  • With the Styles palette you can save layer
    effects and blending options by creating layer
    styles.

25
Character Palette
  • The Character Palette provides options for
    formatting characters.

26
Paragraph Palette
  • There are multiple options to use within the
    Paragraph Palette.

27
Review Questions
28
Using Layers
  • Layers allow you to make changes to an image
    without altering your original image data.

29
Working with Multiple Layers
  • With multiple layers you can make changes to an
    image without altering your original image data
    or add other images.

30
Review Questions
31
Color Modes
  • A color mode determines the color model used to
    display and print images.

32
Color Models
  • Color models include
  • HSB (hue, saturation, brightness)
  • RGB (red, green, blue)
  • CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black)
  • CIE Lab.

33
Review Questions
34
The Brush Palette
  • The Brush palette appears on the Options bar as a
    drop-down menu after a drawing tool has been
    selected.

35
Brushes
  • The Brush Tool allow you to add color, shadows,
    lines, and highlights to your canvas.

BrushTools
36
Drawing Graphic Shapes
  • There are various preset graphic shapes provided
    by Photoshop.

37
Review Questions
38
Selecting Colors
  • The Color Picker allows you to select a
    foreground or background color to be used on the
    canvas.

39
Blending
  • Blending modes can be applied to all tools that
    can draw or paint, including the Pencil, Rubber
    Stamp and Gradient tools.

40
Smudging
  • The Smudge Tool looks and works like a finger
    rubbing across your picture.

41
Focusing
  • The Focus Tools allow you to increase or decrease
    the contrast between neighboring pixels,
    sharpening or blurring the image.

42
Review Questions
43
Type Tools
  • The Character palette gives you control over
    letter spacing, kerning, tracking and shifting
    the baseline.
  • The Paragraph palette allows you to set options
    relating to the entire paragraph, such as
    alignment, justification, indentation and line
    spacing.

44
Shadows
  • A Drop Shadow is basically a shadow that has been
    placed behind text to give more emphasis and an
    added dimension to direct the eye to a specific
    line.
  • An Inner Shadow is a shadow placed inside the
    text.

45
Glow Effect
  • The Glow effect adds emphasis around a portion of
    text and can make it stand out from a busy
    picture background.

46
Bevel and Emboss Effects
  • Bevel affects the edges of the type, producing a
    raised, but flat letter surface.

47
Warp Text
  • Warping Text will cause the line of type to flare
    out on one end or from the top to bottom.

48
Review Questions
49
Printing Images
  • The Page Setup and Print dialog boxes allow you
    to prepare the printer and the image for printing.

50
Review Questions
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