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Choosing a free version of Photoshop
In the past, Photoshop was always loaded with a large amount of functionality, and as a result, a copy of Photoshop always ran about $200 or more. This is no longer true, and some major releases of Photoshop are free to the public. For more on free Photoshop, read about Creative Cloud in the next section.
If you are brand new to Photoshop, Elements or graphic design, or you want to upgrade to the professional version, you should start with our tutorial on how to use the basic tools to design or edit a basic photo for a tutorial. After that, if you’re more focused on photo editing, we’ve got you covered.
The image below shows the basic tools that you can use to edit, format, and color correct your images. Learn about these tools by moving the mouse pointer to learn more about what each tool does.
Let’s take a look at these tools.
These tools are all pretty self explanatory, and you’ll probably use them a lot when you’re editing your images. Some of them are also useful for other design tasks like when creating logos, social media graphics, or other design elements for your company.
If you have any questions, please use the comments section below.
It’s super easy to use the Basic Tools. You don’t have to be an expert to get great results. While designing a logo or making your own social media graphics you will probably use a lot of these tools over and over again to get the results you want. Below, we’ve listed some of the most basic tools.
Paste in a new image file
Paste a new file directly into this image, even if the image does not exist yet. You can paste a new image directly into the image editor, and use the Paint Bucket to make it transparent or change the Hue and Saturation. You can also open up an existing file using the open dialog and use the filter tool to make copies in the image.
Paste in a new image file
Similar to the Filter tool, use the Adjustments options to make changes to an existing image. You can paste in a new image file directly into the image editor or open up an existing image using the open dialog. Use the Brush, Paint Bucket or Rectangular Selection tools to edit the image. After editing, you can Paste in new.
The image below shows how to use the Adjustments options to make changes to a file.
Adjustments can be used to make changes to an image. If you have the “Layer” window open, you can use the adjustments tool to make changes to the image.
The Burn Tool will help you to alter the colour of an image. It works by burning either the colours you select or the entire image.
The Dodge and Burn Tool create a “soft” and “hard” light effect respectively. These Tools are used to bring out the highlights and shadows in your image.
The Eraser Tool is used to gradually remove portions of your image.
The Gradient Tool lets you gradually adjust colour from one part of an image to another.
The Lasso Tool lets you select an object on your image. It includes four tools, namely the Pencil, Pen, Lasso Select and Magic Wand.
The Magic Wand allows you to select a colour in your image.
The Paint Bucket allows you to completely fill an area with one colour.
The Palette is a window that gives you quick access to more than 150 preset colour or layer-specific, textured and pattern brushes.
The Pen tool allows you to draw or write on your image.
The Raster Brushes allow you to create multi-colour images, including patterns, strokes, and gradients.
The Rectangular and Elliptical Marquee tools are used to select a selection of pixels or an area of your image.
The Gradient Tool can be used to change the colours of your image.
The Zoom Tool lets you zoom into and out of images.
The Select Tools let you select, manipulate and arrange colours, shapes, and other elements in your image.
The Gradient tool allows you to combine colours to create a multitude of hues.
The Rectangular and Elliptical Marquee Tools are used to select and manipulate areas of your image.
The Gradient Tool allows you to change the colours of an image.
The Spot Healing Brush quickly removes speckled colour defects and misaligned objects from your images.
The Spot Healing Brush is an eraser tool that can be used for fixing minor image problems.
The Brush Brush allows you to create and apply brushstrokes, gradients, and textures in your image.
The Stickers Tool lets you create texture and pattern brushes that can be applied to any image.
The Swatches Tool gives you a window for selecting, arranging and re-arranging colours.
The Watercolour tool lets you blend and apply colours to your image.
The Healing Brush is a tool that temporarily fixes minor damage and distortions in an image.
The Healing Brush is a very useful tool in Photoshop, which can help to correct minor image
Creating a scroll view for a page with a fixed-size navigation bar
I want to create a page with a fixed size navigation bar at the top and a scroll view with only a fixed-size list view of images at the bottom. The user can turn the page using a two-finger swipe.
If I create a scroll view in the page, when the user does the two-finger swipe, the view will become small and unreadable because the navigation bar is larger than the content.
If I resize the fixed size navigation bar, the size of the navigation bar will be fixed but the images will not be square. I don’t want the user to be able to adjust the size of the navigation bar and I don’t want the size of the images to be fixed. Is there a way to have the size of the navigation bar and content items both fixed at a fixed size?
I don’t want to create a completely new page, but I also don’t want to change the design of my current page.
Instead of creating a scrollview, you could just create a container view with a fixed height and let the scrollview inside that view. Put your navigation bar inside the view. If you need a border on the side of the view you can use the standard UIView rounded corners property and set the border line to the size of your view
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