With power tools like Photoshop, everything comes at a price. You’re paying for your time, not only with your purchase, but also through the cost of your computer’s performance. Be aware that Photoshop is a very powerful tool for image creation and manipulation, and you should not be without the best computer available.
If you’re a beginner, in terms of choosing a basic version of Photoshop for home use, the Photoshop CS6 Standard version is probably the best choice. It’s a fairly simple tool, but one that will let you quickly create photomontages, blur backgrounds, sharpen photographs, and more. Photoshop CS6 Extended provides even more powerful tools for advanced users, including masking and much more. If you choose this version, you’re likely to spend more time doing your work; however, you’ll appreciate the power that comes with an Extended version.
Although each version of Photoshop runs fairly well on today’s computers, you’re much more likely to be able to create, save, and output your images with Photoshop if you have a recent PC.
This chapter walks you through the tools in Photoshop and explains the basics of using Photoshop’s tools to create, edit, and print your images.
Finding Your Way around the Photoshop Workspace
Photoshop’s workspace is fairly extensive, and there are a number of ways to work, or windows, to find what you want to work with or save your work. Figure 3-1 shows a typical Photoshop workspace, where you can see the Adobe Creative Suite titles and the tools available in each.
By default, the toolbar is located at the bottom of the Workspace, but you can customize this, changing it to a horizontal format for more efficient working (see Figure 3-2).
FIGURE 3-1: Start the Photoshop Workflow by selecting the right tool.
FIGURE 3-2: The Photoshop workspace and its tools are located at the bottom of your workspace.
Alternatively, you can place the tools where you want them and hide or lock them when not in use. As you can see in Figure 3-3, you can use the buttons at the top of the workspace to hide or lock tools. You’ll find a list of the locked and hidden tools in the workspace. If you want to work with a tool that’s locked or hidden, you need to choose it from the drop-down menu on the right side of the menu bar. (I cover the menu bar in the next section.)
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What’s new in Photoshop Elements 17
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1. Prints directly from the Photos app
2. Resize photos to make them look awesome on 4K screens and beyond
3. Find the perfect photo frame for your family and friends
4. Improve the look of your photos
5. Zoom in and out with finger gestures
6. Re-create the retro look of old Polaroid photos
7. Create unique art with the new painting tools
8. Set a photo or drawing as a new desktop wallpaper
9. Transform, rotate, warp and cut images
10. Make photos look old-school with new vintage film effects
11. Preserve the look of sepia and cyanotypes
12. Create a unique animation to fit the mood of your video
13. Animate your photos with the new live paint
14. Import photos from the Alamy website
15. Get a better look with new Grayscale images
16. Print your photos at home with the newly updated Print service
17. Find your favorite stills in one place with the new Photos app
18. Take a photo with a plaid border
19. Enhance colors in family photos
20. Apply artistic effects to make your photos look like they were taken with DSLR cameras
21. Fix exposure and balance
22. Optimize image color and contrast
23. Animate your creations
24. Add captions and frames to your photos
25. Quickly edit the background in photos
26. Selective adjustments for details
27. Combine multiple images
28. Convert from camera RAW or other RAW formats
29. Create photo
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