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Setting Up Your Drawing: Layer and Group Basics

Painting with Photoshop can get a little complicated, but nothing’s more straightforward than knowing the basic controls for layer and group creation.

Figure 3-1A shows a blank paper document, opened in Photoshop and ready to start.


Figure 3-1A: The PSD file used for both the painting and 3-D tutorial is available for download on the DVD that accompanies the book on the companion website at

As you can see, the document has layers in it, and there are no preselected layers, so you must create them before you begin editing. The layers are named as shown in Figure 3-1B.


Figure 3-1B: The Layers palettes in the top left corner of Photoshop give you immediate visibility into all the layers in your file. Each layer can contain one or more Photoshop documents.

The layers palette lets you rearrange the layers in the drawing. To do so, right-click (Windows) or Control+click (Mac) in the Layers palette. From the shortcut menu that appears, choose Move Up or Down or Move to New.

To hide a layer, click the eye icon located to the right of the layer name or click the layer itself to lock the layer, as shown in Figure 3-1C. To hide a layer, you can move the layer below the layer above it or use the Layers palette to drag the layer to the bottom of the Layers palette, or just drag the layer’s square thumbnail out of the palette.


To save your drawing with the layers intact, you must group the layers. In the Layers palette, you can quickly see if your layers are grouped. The layers are

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How do you use Photoshop?

There are many ways you can use Photoshop for editing images, here are some suggestions:

Make a new image

Save your current image as a new file. You can add editing techniques like filters, curves, and layers to your image while it is in memory or in the process of saving. If you have the space, it is recommended to save your image to another drive.

Make a duplicate of your current image

Duplicate your current image using the ‘duplicate’ tool.

Make corrections to your current image

Edit the adjustments you have made in the levels and curves dialog box.

Use the brightness/contrast tool to make changes to the brightness and the contrast of the image.

Create new layers and move them around

Add new layers by selecting the ‘New’ icon on the ‘Layers’ palette. You can also create layers by clicking on the plus (+) symbol.

Drag and drop existing layers

Attach existing layers to the canvas or create new layers by dragging them.

Position items on a canvas

Position items using the ‘Move’ tool. You can drag an existing layer or image to another part of the canvas.

Change the size of an image

You can use the ‘Image Size’ tool to resize an image.

You can save your image as a new file or place it back on top of your original file. To do this, select the file you want to work with and click ‘Replace’.

Create artwork

Photoshop is also a great tool for creating artwork. You can use Photoshop to create and edit vector graphics, create 3D models and animated videos. It’s the number one tool for these tasks.

Add and change text

Use the ‘Text’ tool to add text to an image. Type or paste in the text you want and then click on the ‘Paste Special’ icon to see a preview. You can change text on existing layers or create new layers.

Add content to images

You can add elements such as text, shapes, effects, and patterns to an image. You can also use the �

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can we store previous moment in the history document using MongoDB?

I am thinking of using the timestamp document in MongoDB to store the past events in my database. Can I use the timestamp document to store the past events? If possible, can you give me an example of how I can do that?


Yes, you can store events in the historical timeseries database, which you probably already have.
The moment.js library is probably what you are looking for to store the time as a timestamp. MongoDB can store documents which include this, as you can see in the manual.
To give you an example of how this works, you would have a collection like this in your database:
_id: ObjectId(‘123456789012’),
event: ‘event.1’,
timestamp: Date(‘Thu, 30 Dec 2011 20:00:00 GMT’),

…and the ‘event.1’ would be a moment.js event. But not only that, you would be able to reference it:

…and then you would be able to perform queries on it like so:{timestamp: {$gte: moment(X)}});

(where X is a moment)
You could even store a count of the occurrences of each event in the same database as this, if you have a different unit of measure for it, e.g. ‘points’, or’minutes’:
_id: ObjectId(‘123456789012’),
event: ‘event.1’,
timestamp: Date(‘Thu, 30 Dec 2011 20:00:00 GMT’),
points: 10

…and then you would be able to do queries like:{event: ‘event.1’, timestamp: {$lte: moment()}});

Which will look for a document that has an event value of ‘event.1’ and a timestamp value which is earlier than the current moment.


MongoDB stores timestamps in the BSON Date type, which like javascript dates aren’t moment.js aware.
So you can use moment.

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