You can find more than a few useful but not-so-reliable tutorials on the Internet. Before you start working with Photoshop, keep in mind that many tutorials that you see on the Web are poorly presented, not well written, and not very consistent.
This book can save you the time and trouble of searching through hours of poorly written tutorials to see whether the tutor can actually demonstrate how to use Photoshop properly.
Planning Your Workflow
You don’t have to know it all about Photoshop to get started. In this section, you see how to set up a workflow for your next workflow.
Plan your workflow so you can maximize your working time. If you have a lot of images to edit, try to schedule when you work. If you have a lot of time, schedule your work for the afternoon. And if you have a lot of energy, don’t wait for the afternoon when you have work to do.
If possible, set a work schedule for a day or week. Work on the first image at 9 a.m. Work on another image at 9 p.m. When you finish on the third image, switch to the fourth image. Although the schedule isn’t set in stone, most people work on multiple images a day, and it can often be a productive way to work.
Choose a workflow to help you achieve your goals. If you need to remove blurs and halos from your images, the Built-In Blur and Sharpen filters in Photoshop are your best tools. If you need to take an image that’s too dark and make it more usable, there are filters in the Tone Curve and Levels dialog box to help you.
If you want to clone or merge two or more images into one image, the tools that come with Photoshop are for the job. You can insert one image into another, export a selection from one image and insert it into another, perform a straight copy or paste using the Edit □ Paste command, and more.
If you want to composite images together, there are two good choices for you: The Undo command and the Photoshop movie tools. The Undo command is easy to use, but a little more time consuming. The movie tools, on the other hand, are a bit easier but not always predictable.
Optimize your workflow by using settings that make your workflow more efficient. If you have a lot of images to work on, then you can save a few minutes each time you work
In this guide, we will show you how to use the Photoshop (CS6, CC and CC 2018) or Elements (CS6, CC and CC 2018) application for the following:
How to use Photoshop or Elements for graphic design and photo editing
How to use Photoshop or Elements as a video editing tool for Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube videos
How to use Photoshop or Elements for image swapping
How to use Photoshop or Elements as a meme generator
How to use Photoshop or Elements for image masking
Photoshop and Elements Tutorials and Guide
To edit any type of image in Photoshop or Elements you can access the image either by clicking on the file, using the File menu and selecting Open, or using drag and drop from a Finder window.
When you open an image, Photoshop or Elements will automatically import it into a new Photoshop document. If you need to copy the image to a new Photoshop document, go to the Edit menu and select Copy. If you need to edit an image in a new Photoshop document, select File > New and Photoshop will then prompt you where to save the new document.
It is important to think of the “New” option of Photoshop or Elements as a way to create a new, blank image document. If you already have an image open in Photoshop or Elements, select File > Open and Photoshop will open the file.
By default, Photoshop displays the contents of the active document. To see the contents of a Photoshop document, select File > Open, navigate to the location of the image you want to view and click Open.
When you open a Photoshop image from the Finder, it will automatically be opened in the Photoshop (CS6, CC and CC 2018) or Elements (CS6, CC and CC 2018) application. If you select Open, it will be imported into a new Photoshop document.
If the image is already open in the application, Photoshop or Elements will open the image and display the contents of the active document.
To edit the image, select Edit > Edit in Photoshop (or Elements) > Edit in Photoshop (or Elements).
From here, you have a number of options including:
Selection Tool: Tap on a selection tool or a selection tool icon in the top of the interface to make a selection. You can also use the Select New tool to select a new area of the document. If you click in the document, you can use this tool to
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