* Photoshop CS6, CS6 ($699)
* Photoshop Elements 9 ($79.95)
What is it?
Before we start editing and previewing images, let’s see what Elements is and what it does. Below you can find the main features in a list.
What is it?
Elements is a photo editing application for Windows that offers a wide range of tools for basic photo manipulation and editing, and more advanced editing to transform photographs into truly exceptional images.
What are the main tools?
Layers. You can use them to produce stunning and complex effects on your images.
Adjustments. It has an extensive, automatic and easy-to-use photo retouching toolkit.
Filters. You can apply 50 filters, including more advanced effects such as vignettes, gradients, lens filters, and a few more effects. You can easily enhance your images with colors, shades, curves, softwares, etc.
Styles. It has a range of built-in style presets, such as film, classic, black and white, etc.
Elements is split into two parts: the LE and the full version. The mobile version is the same as the classic version and available in either for Windows PCs or Macs. The mobile versions for smartphones and tablets offer the same functionality that the full version offers, but only allow you to view, but not edit the images, so you have to save them locally.
Elements vs Photoshop
Both are the best editing applications that you can buy, but using Elements will be harder than using Photoshop if you’re a professional. Here are some reasons.
Polaroid Sketch. Photos and images are scattered all over the place, but Elements creates all of them in one place, in layers. Photoshop has a different method of grouping the images and you can’t move one layer without having to move the rest.
Your images may be corrupted when you start editing. The Elements backup button may create an image with corrupted bits.
It is really difficult to save your images from Elements. Photoshop has a fully-featured Export to JPEG/Photoshop option that works straight away.
The Elements file is really small. The.PSD file is always smaller than the corresponding JPEG.
You start Elements with a welcome screen where you can easily access all the features. There are seven main tabs, and each of them has a number of features. The most
The gradient tool can be used to create a gradient in your image to apply to another layer or an entire image.
The Reverse and Randomize brush tools can be used to randomly generate bitmaps based on the object you create with the brush or pen tool.
The pen tool allows you to quickly draw and fill shapes and arrows.
The stencil feature can be used to create a mask or filter for your image using an object from the selection tool or another canvas.
The Clone Stamp can be used to create a copy of an object.
Clone stamp > Transparency clone > Set x & y points > Stylize opacity:
Pens, Pens, Pens!
The pen tool is your friend. Create shapes that move wherever you want them to move. Use them to create letters, logos, or anything you want.
While you create a pen, you can either make it have a 0% opacity and fill the entire layer, or make it transparant. It is important to remember to deselect the layer you are working on.
Now all you have to do is create shapes and draw anywhere you want on the canvas.
With this feature you can do a lot of different effects:
And much more
Your post is very general in nature, so I might be giving a wrong direction to your quest, but the best tool that I can come up with is the watercolor effect. It can be used for almost anything. It lets you paint on areas of the image which is exactly what you need.
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I recently found myself with a few (ok, a lot) of extra time on my hands, so I decided to give up on watching streaming video on my phone (XBox 360 One, Google Play Store) and just download all of my videos onto my computer. It has been a real PITA, due to the fact that I’m more of a smartphone user than a PC, but I think I might be getting the hang of it. There is, however, one small problem.
When I downloaded videos into iTunes on my Mac a while ago, I made sure that the default iTunes view was set to “Cellular”. iTunes was always very safe in its use of the cells, by fetching information from various sources in the background and only displaying what it needs for the user’s viewing pleasure. Unfortunately, iTunes changed that setting and now my views are all over the place, since for some reason it’s fetching videos from the Internet.
The solution is to switch iTunes to MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) mode. Even though it doesn’t seem to be a very well known thing, it really is.
Have a look at the screen below, it will tell you the current connection mode in iTunes:
If it shows you as “Media Sync” or “MTP”, that’s good. But if it says “AirPlay” or “File Transfers”, then go ahead and change it to Media Transfer Protocol.
Now, you may be wondering how I switched iTunes from Cellular (and therefore unable to fetch music etc.) to MTP mode. While it’s likely to be an option in your system settings, I quickly managed to change it by following
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