Photoshop is a multitasking application with many tools that all communicate with each other. The left side of the window displays layers, the center reveals the tools that can be used to manipulate an image on those layers, and the right side is the image that will be used to edit the layers.
You can manipulate an image layer by selecting Tools and then opening any tool from the list in the Layers panel. The Tools panel also has a History pane that shows you the tools that have been used on the currently active layer. You can save the active layer and its changes in the History panel as a new layer or you can open a new document in Photoshop, select that layer, and then copy or paste its changes into the new document.
This next section covers the tools found in the Toolbox, which are lists of icons that you drag into an image or onto a layer, and the tools found in the Options and History panels, which allow you to interact with, or edit, a layer or document.
TIP: You can also create custom toolbars in Photoshop.
The Icon menus in the Toolbox and Options panels are used to manipulate the selected layer.
The main task of the Toolbox is to create and edit tools. You can create and edit tools by selecting the tool you want and then clicking the on-screen keyboard button at the bottom right of the Toolbox to create a new tool or open the main Edit panel. The following sections describe the tools in the Toolbox and give basic help for using them.
The Create New tool creates a new layer that is completely blank. This tool is only available on the main menu in the Toolbox as a standalone tool.
The Remove tool enables you to remove all the pixels of a selected layer. This is useful if a layer has gone bad or has been accidentally added to the Photoshop document.
TIP: It’s also possible to remove a layer completely from a document by selecting the layer with this tool and then pressing Ctrl+D (Command+D on a Macintosh).
The Pencil tool lets you draw or paint on a layer. You can choose from a variety of line and filled shapes.
The Eraser tool allows you to remove the pixels of a selected layer. You can select from a variety of common shapes:
• Rectangle—Select this
This article will help you improve your skills as a Photoshop editor by giving you shortcuts and tips on editing better. It will also teach you how to crop images and how to add those same effects to videos.
Ansel Adams once said: “Good composition is everything. If you can’t visualize the beginning of the composition in your mind as you shoot then you probably won’t have a good composition when you finish”.
A good composition is one of the most important aspects of a successful image. It is also one of the hardest things to achieve. Let’s take this to the next level. There are “better” ways to achieve the same effect.
1. How to make the photo more beautiful
Don’t limit yourself to using the default settings. Let your imagination run wild. You can add any effects you want to the images.
1. 1. Tools > Picture Processor > Adjust Color.
This tool will bring up the Color Settings window. This window controls how the Colors in the photo are processed.
If you have no idea what these controls do, don’t be worried. The controls are similar to the ones you have in the Clarity & Saturation panel, where only the “color” and “brightness” settings change.
If you want to add more control to the adjustments, you can add your own sliders or create your own special adjustments using the Hue, Saturation and Lightness sliders.
With the Color Settings window open, choose any of the settings in the left side of the window from the drop-down menu or the sliders in the right side of the window.
Use the tiny icons in the bottom right of the window to show you the current values of Hue, Saturation and Lightness.
2. 2. The Look Control Panel.
The Look Control panel will give you more control over how the photo is processed.
Control the Color
The Look Control panel offers several effects that alter the photo. Choose a new look from the left side menu of the panel.
Here are some of the items you can choose from:
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