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**File Formats and Image Formats**
There are many different file formats for storing images. We can generally group them into the following
In this tutorial, I will give a quick tour of Photoshop Elements, focusing on its powerful non-destructive editing tools. We will cover layer styles, image adjustments, and how to use the different blending modes to recreate the look of old photographs.
This tutorial was created with Photoshop Elements 13 on Windows 8.x.
Part 1: Beginner’s Guide to Editing Images in Photoshop Elements
Step 1: Open Photoshop Elements
The first thing you need to do is to open Photoshop Elements. You can access Photoshop Elements via the home screen in Windows 8.x by opening the Start menu, clicking All apps, then scrolling down to the Adobe image apps. On the Mac, you can open Photoshop Elements through the Apple icon.
Step 2: Open a Simple JPEG Image in Photoshop Elements
The easiest way to edit your images in Photoshop Elements is to open a simple JPEG image.
When you open a new document in Photoshop Elements, you will see a dialog box that asks you to choose from either the native image or the JPEG format. I will open an image in the JPEG format for simplicity.
Simply click Open and the image will open in the new document.
Step 3: Choose the Start Panel for the Image
If you choose the “Native” option, the panels for your image will be centered. However, if you choose the “Start panel” option, the panels will be to the left of the image, and the top and bottom of the image will be cut off.
I am going to choose the “Start panel” option to make it easier to work with the image in the horizontal and vertical directions.
Step 4: Preview the Image
This is an important step in editing an image. You need to see how your image looks to make sure you are happy with the way it’s turned out before you start working with the image. If your image is not centered correctly in Photoshop Elements, it’s easy to fix. Simply shift the center of the document horizontally or vertically to the correct position.
Press Shift and click the image, then drag it to the center of the screen. The image will appear in the center of your screen.
Step 5: Lasso the Portions of the Image You Want to Edit
After you have opened the document and you are satisfied with the way it looks, you need to lasso the portions of the image you want
Attribute Routing with QueryString
I’m trying to use ASP.NET MVC4 and attribute routing on a web service. I want it so that only a few URL’s will pass data to a controller. For example, if I had an URL that looked like this:
It would pass the user and message parameters to a controller that looks like this:
public class Controller : ApiController
// GET api/web/user?user=john&msg=hi
public string Get(string user, string msg)
return “hi ” + user;
And, as you can see, I would just need the controller to process the URL on the base of the user and message. The problem I’m running into is that a query string isn’t allowed after the question mark in an attribute routing rule.
Is there a way to use attribute routing with a query string, or am I going to have to handcraft the routing for certain URLs?
You need to use both:
which says that you want to route anything with a query string to the Get action of the WebApi controller.
EDIT: As @Stuart suggested, if you are using global configuration, using a regex can help to be more specific, like this:
To learn more about attribute routing, check out the official documentation.
By learning how to identify and calculate the margin of error for a probability event, you can better understand how to interpret data and how to test a hypothesis in real life situations. Next time someone says “I’m 95% sure” or “There’s a 99% chance you’ll be accepted,” make sure you know what they mean.
Milan ‘would love’ to sell for €250m
By Football Italia staff
Stephan El Shaarawy’s agent says he would “love” to sell him to Milan for €250m but the Gunners’ asking price is “three times higher than expected.”
Milan have been linked to the youngster all summer, with his parent club Fiorentina and Inter refusing to let him leave and even his agent declaring that he wouldn’t leave “for less than €200m.”
“Stephan is a player with big ambitions who loves to play in England,” agent Marco de Polo told Sky Sport Italia.
“He’s in good spirits and comes to Italy often to work on his own game. There’s also been interest from Egypt, but the situation with that is still open.
“Milan have approached me twice this summer and I’m waiting on a reaction. It’s possible that the price will be revised upwards, although it’s not something I can comment on.”
De Polo has been trying to convince El Shaarawy to move to Old Lady, but Gennaro Gattuso doesn’t want to sell the player to a rival.
“A transfer to another club would be a huge risk for Milan as Stephan is already playing for the club, but it’s a matter of convincing him to return to Milan.
“In any case, there’s no need to rush this. We’re focusing on the 2014 World Cup first.”
Despite their form, Milan are currently in fourth place in Serie A.
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8 GB System Memory (determined by your system and account)
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