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Cleaning up filters and other embellishments
The issue of _quality_ is an important one in the world of computer graphics. So, too, is _artistic license_ —what many people consider “prettying up” an image. So, you should know that Photoshop does a fairly good job at removing some of the elements of a Photoshop-enhanced image without messing up your original. You can use the following tools to make some of the changes shown in this book:
* Filter→Optimize Colors (Windows) or Enhance Colors (Mac). This filter makes changes to both the highlights and shadows, among other adjustments.
* Filter→Blur (Windows) or Filter→Blur (Mac). This filter makes a wide variety of different effects: Blur, Sharpen, Motion Blur, Gaussian Blur, Van Dyke Blur, Linear Blur, Posterize, and many more.
* Adjustments panel (Windows) or Camera Raw (Mac). Photoshop makes basic adjustments, such as increasing brightness and contrast, while also providing you with a way
How to use Photoshop Elements
Photoshop Elements is a user-friendly graphics editor that is very easy to use.
Follow these steps to get started:
Open the Photoshop Elements editor
Activate the Photoshop Elements editor by clicking on the Edit icon at the top right of the window.
Then, switch to the Photoshop Elements editor using the Preferences menu on the top left of the window. If necessary, change the orientation of the window using the orientation icon at the top right.
The main screen of the Photoshop Elements editor.
The Photoshop Elements editor is similar to the Photoshop window and looks like a workspace. It has three panels: the Raw Panel, the Image Panel and the Tools Panel. You can drag the panels around to customize the editor window to your preferences.
The Raw panel
The Raw panel is where you will find the image that you want to edit. It contains lots of features that make it very easy to edit your image. Your image will appear in it as a light blue square. In the Raw panel, you can see your image in three main modes:
The actual image in the background; the
Images that can be converted into the light blue background using color profiles; and the
Images that have been imported from other formats.
Let’s find out how to edit the image with the Photoshop Elements editor.
To edit the image:
In the Raw panel, you can access the following tools:
The Bridge: This is where all the images you are editing will be stored. You will be able to access them if they are on your computer or from a digital camera connected to a USB cable.
Basic Image Editor
The Basic Image Editor can be used to correct the color, contrast, brightness, or other settings of your image.
The Basic Image Editor also lets you do basic editing such as rotating the image or cropping it. You also can zoom in or out of the image. To access the Basic Image Editor, click on the Basic Image Editor icon on the bottom left of the window.
Adjust Levels: This feature allows you to change the contrast of the image. You can adjust the white, black and mid-tones on your image to emphasize certain parts of the image.
Brightness/Contrast: You can use the Brightness/Contrast tool to change the overall brightness and
Not many brands have a more identifiable mascot than the humble M&M. The little red rounded balls – probably made mostly from sugar, chocolate and vegetable oil – have been used by confectionary companies since 1941, and have become the symbol of a hedonistic and nostalgic brand that children and adults can relate to.
In 2016, M&M’s began a candy-coated redesign of the iconic red M, to celebrate their 75th anniversary. What resulted was a kind of reset for M&M’s – not exactly groundbreaking, but ultimately a step in the right direction.
But, while the “designed” new look can be a great improvement, the brand itself isn’t really reinventing itself.
After years of experimentation, I believe M&M’s should have been spending the last 15 years trying to convince people they want to experience those chocolatey tastes and nougats, from the inside. Through, for example, a M&M’s chip. Rather than “design” the package, which is – let’s be honest – largely a marketing exercise, they could have been working on innovating chocolate and its taste.
As well as a lack of innovation in branding, M&M’s is also missing in their key product area: recipes.
Certainly, the company has made some attempts to push the boundaries with their edibles. 2014’s Fleur du M&M’s was a chocolate bean made with red bean and red apple flavours, which was a tasty change from the usual chocolate-covered nougat. And last year’s M&M’s White Chocolate with Raspberry was a delightful combination of white chocolate and raspberry jam – a smart, creative move to attract more adult consumers.
But I feel like more could have been done. M&M’s could have developed their own confectionery range, marrying their favourite flavours with clever new coatings (like popcorns do) to create edibles that are both healthy and tasty. But the chocolate company has sadly opted to stick with the tried-and-tested cocoa powders.
So I’m calling on M&M’s to not only improve the external packaging of its sweets, but also to come up with new recipes. Creating new and innovative products that carry their brand
Brushes are divided into six categories:
The same brush can be used in different categories. Category names in the table above appear in the order in which they appear in the Brush window, with the most recently-used brush at the bottom.
The Bulge can be used to create shadow and highlight effects. It can also be used to select areas of an image by adding a thick border to it.
– Brush 0 (the most recently used)
– Black & White
– Brush (Classic)
– Brush (Light)
– Brush (Paint)
– Brush (Round)
– Blob Brush
– Blob Brush 2
– Blob Paint Brush
– Blob Paint Brush 2
– Blob Round Brush
– Blob Round Brush 2
– Drop Shadow
– Eye Dropper
– Eye Dropper 2
– Gradient 2
– Gradient 3
– Gradient 4
– Gradient 5
– Gradient 6
– Gradient 7
– Gradient 8
– Make Colorless
– Modify Matte
– Pattern Mask
– Pencil 2
– Soft Round
– Spray Can
– Unsharp Mask
You can change the size of any brush by holding down the SHIFT button and clicking on the size field on the Brush window or by clicking the small text box labeled Size. You can change the hardness of a brush by holding down the CTRL button and clicking on the Size field.
Brush hardness and Size
You can create more expressive paintings by using different hardness and size values for your brush. Hardness is the resistance to being scraped off the canvas, and size is the size of the brush’s active strokes.
Hardness settings in Photoshop can range from 1 to 15. 5 is a normal setting, 7 is the default setting and 8 is the maximum setting.
Size is measured in pixels in Photoshop, but you can only change its value by scaling the brush from 100% (which is the default setting) to 100%. You can do this by clicking the small text box labeled Scale.
Measuring a brush’s hardness is similar to measuring the size of a brush’s strokes
OS: 64bit Windows 7 or later
Graphics: Radeon R9 270X or better
Additional Notes: Not supported on AMD GPUs
Graphics: GeForce GTX 780 or better
Additional Notes: Not supported on Nvidia GPUs
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