* Photoshop 7
* Photoshop Elements (for Windows)
* Photoshop Elements 6 (for Mac)
* Photoshop CS3 (for Windows)
* Photoshop CS3 Extended (for Windows)
* Photoshop CS4 (for Windows)
* Photoshop CS4 Extended (for Windows)
* Photoshop CS5 (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop CS5 Extended (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop 7 (for Mac)
* Photoshop CS6 (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop 7 (for Mac)
* Photoshop CS6 Extended (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop CS6 Extended (for Mac)
* Photoshop CS7 Extended (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop CS7 Extended (for Mac)
* Photoshop 8 (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop CS8 Extended (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop 8.1 Extended (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop CS8 Extended (for Mac)
* Photoshop CC (for Windows and Mac)
* Photoshop CC (for Windows)
Photoshop is software that can be used to do some pretty cool things. It can be used to create images that are more artistic than those that are created by our phone camera and scanned photographs. And, it can be used by someone who wants to earn money to help make peoples’ lives easier.
Before we examine how to use Photoshop, let’s take a look at how it works.
## Photoshop Layers
At the core of the image-editing program is a collection of layers. Each layer in an image is an area of the image that is kept separate and can be manipulated independently of the rest of the image. Each layer is an area where you can add information. Layers are like the layers in the Nautilus file manager on your computer that helps organize the files you have stored on your computer. By selecting layer, you can create and delete layers.
When you create a new file, you have no layers. Therefore, if you want to start manipulating a file, you will need to add layers so that you can work on your new file. However, you will need to do more than just add a layer; you must create a layer mask and work on that layer.
As you create layers, they start with a default layer. A layer can have up to 16 other layers on top
You can use Photoshop Elements to resize, rotate, enhance, crop, create new images, add professional-level effects such as vignettes, blur, burn, dissolve, and so on. It is also a text editor.
Here are some of the most useful features:
Filter: Filmstrip, Toning, Scratch, Hue/Saturation, High Pass, Edge Enhancer, Noise, Motion Blur, Bloom, Colorize Black and White, Colorize Black and White, Pixelate, Artistic.
Free Transform: rotate, transform, shear and distort
Photo Merge: stitch, colorize, merge, and annotate
Picture editing tools
Photo Manipulation tools
Create a New Image:
Create a New Image
Create a new document:
Create a new document
How to Open a New Image in Photoshop:
Open an image and display it in Photoshop
Make sure you are in color mode, select the file you want to open from your computer or your camera’s memory card, then open the file with the open tab.
If you have an HDR-ready file, it will look like this.
If you open the file in Photoshop, you will see the file has all the colors you have
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1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a toilet system for presenting a shower to a user.
2. Description of the Related Art
Prior art lavatories have been constructed with the primary objective of efficiently washing the exterior surfaces of a user’s body. It is a well known fact that the major surfaces of a user’s body are not washed efficiently by typical washing facilities, such as showers and bathtubs. Washcloths are frequently used to clean this area, but they lack a degree of cleansing that is comparable to that of a properly cleaned shower.
U.S. Pat. No. 5,299,646 issued to Waters on Apr. 5, 1994 discloses a shower tray with a plurality of showerheads located therein. The showertray includes a pair of side walls that have a plurality of openings therein. A horizontal plate is located in the bottom of the shower tray and is sandwiched between the bottom of the side walls. A ceiling is located above the horizontal plate, and a plurality of shower heads are connected to the plate.
U.S. Pat. No. 5,027,580 issued to Wagner et al. on Jun. 25, 1991 shows a toilet stall with shower facilities. A showerhead is mounted in the toilet so as to be located above the toilet basin, and the showerhead is located within an outwardly directed lip of the wall defining the toilet stall.
There are many prior art patents showing shower facilities in conjunction with lavatories, such as in U.S. Pat. No. 4,592,400, issued to Kato on Jun. 3, 1986, which shows a bidet-type toilet having a pan located below a sink whereupon a water shower is formed by the pan.
U.S. Pat. No. 4,175,597, issued to Veiller on Nov. 27, 1979, shows a showering device. The shower device has one or more spray nozzles that are disposed within a housing structure mounted at the base of a shower bath and is adapted to facilitate extending the spray pattern of the nozzles at a predetermined angle of inclination.
U.S. Pat. No. 4,161,302, issued to Grote on Jul. 24, 1979 shows an accessory for a conventional bathtub. The accessory includes a tray which has a downwardly extending ledge that receives the stem of a showerhead.
U.S. Pat. No. 4,148,426, issued to Hodge
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