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The vast majority of digital photos are saved as JPEGs. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, and JPEGs are image compression formats that provide a range of acceptable quality and a tremendous level of compression. You can purchase a quality-rating program called PhotoMechanic, sold by Photo Mechanic Software, that will tell you whether any of your digital images are of an acceptable quality. PhotoMechanic is also available as a freebie download from the Web site of Adobe (www.adobe.com/products/photoshop).
Photoshop is available in several editions, and you can access them from the Adobe website as well as the Apple store. Photoshop Elements, the most basic version of Photoshop, is an inexpensive program that has been bundled with many Apple computer models for several years. In 2012, the program was upgraded to version 10.0 and included the ability to work with RAW files.
Although working with RAW files is less common than working with JPEG files, you may someday find that you need to use RAW format files as your source. Although RAW files are extremely large, they include all of the image data in the file as well as additional metadata that the camera creates during the capture of the image. You can save RAW files at the quality that you choose, but you get two benefits from working with RAW files. One benefit is that you have access to the image data in the file, which enables you to make cropping, adjustments, and other types of changes. In addition, because the RAW image file is uncompressed, you get the maximum amount of space on your computer or hard drive, and this space can be increased, even using fairly small RAW files. The other benefit of RAW files is that they offer the image maker greater flexibility. RAW files can be used to produce different types of images from a single exposure. For example, a photographer using the RAW format can develop the image with maximum contrast and make adjustments without affecting the image data. In that case, any time the RAW file is used, it gets opened in Photoshop, where all the adjustments made are preserved.
Newer versions of Adobe Photoshop have added more features that do away with the basic photo editing workstation. Photoshop CS6, for example, added a library for organizing projects and a cloud-based storage system for remote uploading. In addition, the program includes new tools for working with digital cameras, such as the ability to adjust exposure settings on the fly, as well as a tool to link a device to a camera and allow
Photoshop Elements is a free download for macOS, Windows, Android and iOS. It can open most Adobe Photoshop and Photoshop Elements files. You can design and edit images from the digital camera, mobile phones, and tablets.
How to Use Photoshop Elements
There are different ways of editing and using Photoshop Elements. You can follow these steps to get started.
Step 1: Install Photoshop Elements
You can download the latest Adobe Photoshop Elements from the Adobe website. The Photoshop Elements program can be used both offline and online. It is available in all popular languages and work on different platforms. It is a free trial version. You need to download the package and follow the instructions on the Adobe website.
Open the Photoshop Elements software and go to File > New from archive.
Search for the Photoshop Elements package and press OK. Select to download the file.
After downloading, it will open Photoshop Elements.
You can download an additional app called Quick Fix for Photoshop Elements from the Adobe website. It is required for editing images.
Step 2: Import Digital Camera Images
All the images are stored in the internal or external memory of the device. You can import photos directly to the Adobe Photoshop Elements by connecting the device to a computer. It is also possible to upload a folder containing multiple image files to Photoshop Elements.
Step 3: Import Digital Camera Photos
Connect your digital camera or mobile device to a computer using the cable. Download your photos from the device to your computer.
If your device is connected directly to your computer, you can access the folder where all the photos are stored. To learn how to do it, follow these steps.
Open the My Computer icon in the Windows 10 interface.
Go to the storage drive and open the folder that contains the photos. To learn more about how to do it, go to the next step.
Select all the photos and click Copy.
Go to File > Import and import the images.
To select multiple image files, use the CTRL + A button combination.
When importing, make sure to change the viewing mode to on-screen so you can see the images on the computer. Press OK to import the photos.
Step 4: Edit and Improve Digital Camera Photos
Use these tips to edit and improve the digital photos:
Select Edit > Adjust Lighting, Adjust Color, and Add Highlights & Shadows.
If you want to erase unwanted parts
How to display all parent ids for a set of child object in apex
I am using Salesforce family plan. We are saving a custom object which has about 50 sub – objects.
Custom object 1 -> Child object A -> Child object B -> Child object C
In the child object C i have one more child object.
Example: Custom object 1 -> Child object A -> Child object B -> Child object C -> Child object D.
I want to display all the parent ids for all child object for each id in the parent object.
Any solution to this?
You don’t need to do this “manually” (by querying each related object for its parent, etc.). You can create a relationship in the parent object and then in the related child object, change the “Lookup” field (in the related list that you see in the edit/insert window) to “Master-Detail”. This effectively creates a two-way lookup relationship between the parent and child objects.
From the Object Explorer in the related list, you can then right-click the lookup field, click “Remove Link”, and click “Add Another Lookup…”. And voilà, you have created a Master-Detail relationship with the same lookup field that you already have (it will point back to the parent object).
You can then query the parent object for all child objects and their parents, and you should see them all in the related list.
Just one small note: from what I recall, this is only working within a family plan. At least, I haven’t been able to set this up for a sandboxed environment, but it should be available within a production org.
How to check if name of input button is equal to a string in C#?
I am working on a text-based game. When the player enters a wrong word, I want the program to make the word a different color. For example:
The word: Hello.
Input = h
Color = Red.
When the player enters a wrong word, I want the word to be red.
I’ve tried multiple times, with the words and colors being a list.
This was my attempt:
bool error = true;
bool word = true;
bool userInput = true;
if (userInput == false)
Slow Cooker Tuscan Chicken
This Slow Cooker Tuscan Chicken is so easy to make, and it tastes amazing! The smoked paprika adds a kick of heat that complements the zing of the lemon juice. Serve over orzo with crusty bread for a hearty one-dish meal.
Tuscan foods are strongly associated with Italy and its tradition. Especially with Christmas, when people load their tables with these kinds of dishes. But I think that no one has more glorious recipe than the ones with chicken, like this one!
A personal, slightly anecdotal experience, I’d say, inspired this recipe. I used to live in a small town in the Italian region of Tuscany (not the actual place, but a small town in the area). During the holidays, a big local event took place in the small town, where everyone brought their homemade traditional dishes to share and entertain.
My parents (and their friends and relatives) always had big parties, with Italian food and music and lots of food. And, being as most people liked drinking wine and drinking it until they were drunk, I was never allowed to stay home alone.
One year, I was 14 years old, and I was not allowed to go to the party. In that case, I had to spend the Christmas alone and in the house, lying in bed and watching the soaps (who would want to stay home alone that Christmas?!)
But one day, my parents received a traditional Tuscan food gift basket as a gift, with some homemade bread (that I am still dreaming of today!), and a jar of homemade pesto (in the spring I used to plant a big, beautiful basil bush in the backyard, and I had loads of pesto when it was in season). With those ingredients, I made this Slow Cooker Tuscan Chicken. And I was so, so, so happy!
I don’t remember exactly how the recipe evolved, but I do know that it got better over time. I can’t recall how I figured it out, but I think it was a combination of trial and error and lots and lots of praise.
This Slow Cooker Tuscan Chicken is so easy to make. Just a few ingredients, a bit of prep, and some slow cooking and it’s done!
4 lb. chicken thighs
1 tbsp. kosher salt
1 tbsp. black pepper
OS: Windows XP SP3 or later.
For those who played Return of the Obra Dinn, for those who have never played the game, I will now tell you about the game story.
Obra Dinn is a “mystery murder game” for those who are curious about mysteries and mystery games. A certain incident that takes place between two people has aroused the curiosity of the townspeople, because it is known that “not even the person involved was aware of that incident.”