* _Photoshop CS6_ : Check for updates to your version.
* _PC_ : You will need to install the latest version of Adobe Creative Suite 6, which you can download for free from this website: `www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite.html`.
* _Mac_ : You can find the latest version of Photoshop CS6 for free from the Mac App Store.
* _Mac and PC_ : Photoshop CS6 is also available in a bundle with Lightroom.
* _Mac_ : The bundled version of Photoshop CS6 is known as Lightroom 6. To get Lightroom 6, visit this website: `www.adobe.com/products/lightroom.html`.
In this article, we’ll look at the features and performance of Photoshop Elements compared to Photoshop.
Adobe Photoshop Elements Editor Overview
Here’s a quick look at the Adobe Photoshop Elements editor in action.
Selecting a Photoshop Elements Editor
Once installed, the Photoshop Elements editor is launched by clicking the Photoshop icon in the task bar.
The elements of the Photoshop Elements editor are described in the following sections.
The icon for the New menu in Photoshop Elements is a camera icon.
Once opened, you can begin creating new items, as described below.
The left side of the first layer is where you create new elements. There are five icons on the left, each of which represents a different feature of the editor.
When you create a new element on the first layer, Photoshop Elements follows these steps:
Fill the name field with a name.
Click the square, globe and camera icons to select the element’s type, dimensions and colors.
Click the gear icon and select a background color.
Tick the box next to the Create New Layer checkbox to create a new layer on the current image, which makes it easier to edit the element. Click OK to create the new element.
Use the Edit Elements tool to rotate, flip, distort and crop the element.
You can use one of the standard tools to edit the new element, as described below.
Photoshop Elements has a lot of features to improve the quality of your image. It contains all the features of Photoshop but with a simpler user interface. In this article, we’ll look at Photoshop Elements compared to Photoshop.
You can use one of the following tools to edit the elements in Photoshop Elements:
Convert to Pattern
Black and White
The four mask tools are Brush, Gradient, Pen and Eraser.
Printing is an important feature for many photographers. Photoshop makes it easy to combine different documents into one PDF with different versions or sizes and adjusts the layout of the page.
An Adjustment Layer allows you to make a change to a photo without having to redraw it.
The Retouch feature enables you to remove unwanted objects or people, like wrinkles, a grainy effect, blemishes, etc. You can also use the Hand tool to change the position of an object.
When you use the Spot Healing Brush or Healing Brush tool, Photoshop can detect and repair objects in the image or remove the object entirely.
Photoshop also offers a number of photo editing features.
To apply a filter to a photo, use Layer > Layer Via Copy > Apply Filter.
You can create and delete objects such as frames, tables, and text. Use the Magic Wand tool to select a specific area. Once the area is selected, you can press Delete to remove the object from the image.
You can use the Lasso tool to isolate an area within a photo, which can then be selected with the Magic Wand tool. After the Magic Wand detects the area, you can press Delete to remove it from the image.
You can use the Polygonal Lasso tool to select a specific geometric shape in an image. The Lasso tool converts the path into a geometric shape, and you can then manipulate the shape using the tool.
Invert the Image lets you invert an image’s color, changing everything black to white and vice versa. Invert the Background lets you invert the background color and all white areas of the image.
Copy the Image lets you copy an existing layer, like a pattern. You can then paste that image into a new layer or apply a new layer style to it.
Reset the Fill lets you change the background color to white or transparent. It can also change the color of the entire image.
Add Alpha lets you paste an existing layer or use a group of layers as one object. You can then use the Eraser tool to erase the parts of the layer that you don’t want. You can also change the opacity of the layer or use a group of layers as one layer.
Add a Layer Mask lets you control the visibility of an individual layer by selecting its layer mask. You can change the transparency or opacity of the mask, use the Dodge tool to lighten the mask or the Burn tool to darken the mask.
Smudge tool (
Effects enable various surface effects such as scratches and stains. Some effects are easy to set up and use, whereas others require more complicated steps.
Shapes enable you to break up the photo into parts, save and reuse them for future projects or apply special effects to individual parts.
Drawing tools can be used to create straight lines, rectangles, circles, or ellipses.
You can use most of the tools to create different effects on your image. For example, you can take an image and draw lines on its surfaces or make the background transparent.
Photoshop can be used to filter an image, or it can be used to composite and combine multiple images.
Using masks, you can remove things like people’s faces from images. Masking is the most common tool used to correct flaws and repair errors in images.
Photoshop can be used for image manipulation and retouching; for example, it can be used for cropping an image, resizing it, adding text, resizing it again, or making it bigger.
In addition to basic photo editing tools, Photoshop has tools that are useful for other things such as video editing, web design, animation, and so on. Some of the most common tools are:
A selection brush lets you paint selections in or around the pixels on a digital image, making it easy to remove objects from an image or to isolate a single section of an image.
A selection pen can be used to make selections by clicking and dragging on the image.
A type tool lets you create special fonts that can be used for text effects or as the font on a button.
A mesh tool lets you create complex shapes using polygons, which can be used for abstract art or for getting specific shapes in objects such as letters, logos, buttons, or buttons.
A pressure tool allows you to create patterns.
A special effects tool lets you add special effects to your images.
A drawing tool lets you make freehand lines or shapes.
The Camera Raw filter can be used to edit exposure, contrast, and color levels to improve photographs.
A filter lets you create, edit, and apply filters to digital images. Filters can be used to remove noise or to apply effects to photos.
Photoshop uses brushes and pens to create and edit images. Brushes and pens are the tools you use to create various effects, like making an image look like it is scratched.
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i3 or above
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 3000 or above
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible sound card
Hard Drive: 20 GB available space
Additional Notes: You can also watch the video tutorials to get an overview of the game play, controls and other features.
Processor: Intel Core i5 or