In our last installment of our Photoshop series, we explored the tools and concepts of Adobe Photoshop CC, its open source alternatives, and the tools we use to develop our own work.
Today, we’re going to cover the basics of using Photoshop CC for editing images, and we’re also going to discuss the options available for setting up a custom theme, or even creating a new one.
We’ll also talk about how to use some of the new features in Photoshop CC to make it more convenient to use in the future.
In the previous article, we covered how to install Adobe Photoshop CS5, and now we’ll dive into some of Adobe’s new offerings, starting with Photoshop CC.
When to Use Photoshop CC In our previous article on how to create custom themes in Photoshop, we mentioned that we tend to like to work with Photoshop’s open source counterparts, but we also think that it’s important to use these tools to create our own designs and themes.
When using Photoshop, it’s usually best to start with an image you’re comfortable with, or at least one that’s familiar to you.
When you’re done, you can use Photoshop’s built-in tools to edit the image in a variety of ways, including cropping, rotating, and even changing the color palette.
Theres also a built-ins editor that allows you to easily add color corrections and highlights to the image, or create new styles from existing images.
This is the best way to get started with Photoshop, but there are other options that you can make your own if you want to try them out.
While we like to use Adobe Photoshop for its full suite of tools, we can also use Photoshop CC with a variety in-built editing capabilities, including in-page adjustments, crop, rotate, and more.
The Basics of Using Photoshop CC When using Adobe Photoshop, there are a few things you should know about using the program.
You must be logged in with an Adobe account in order to edit images, or you will be asked to log in to access these options.
Once logged in, you will need to choose an image to edit in Photoshop.
You can create custom styles using the built-up tools, but this is where the real magic begins.
In addition to editing images directly, you may also edit or crop them in Photoshop with the crop tool.
While you can crop the image yourself, theres also an option in Photoshop to crop the entire image in an image.
This option lets you create a 3D image that you then save to your computer, or print to a printer, or simply share with friends and colleagues.
When working with images in Photoshop that have a color palette, it is often best to use the saturation tool to enhance the image.
In a color-saturated image, the saturation will give the image a more vivid, warm, and saturated color.
If you find the image to look dull, try switching to a neutral color and adjusting the saturation a bit more.
When editing an image with a layer mask, you have a variety on how you can adjust the mask, as well as the ability to crop an image by clicking and dragging it around.
This can help add a more artistic look to your images, as you can easily blend in and out of the layers as you wish.
In some cases, it can be helpful to adjust the masks opacity and brightness, so that the image appears brighter and more saturated.
Finally, youll find the ability of cropping the image as a tool in Photoshop has changed significantly.
While this tool may seem a little gimmicky to some, it really is useful when working with a lot of images, especially when working in Photoshop CS.
When cropping an image, you’ll need to select the image from the layers list, then select the layer you want the cropping to be applied to.
In this case, you are going to select one of the masks, and you can then click the layer mask you want it to apply to to make the selection.
If there is a layer below the mask you are cropping on, you simply click on that layer and then select it, and it will automatically apply the mask to the layer.
You may notice that cropping a single image with only a single layer mask is quite tedious, so when you first open the cropped image, it may take a while for Photoshop to load the mask and then apply it to the selected layer.
However, if you click and drag the mask on the layer, it will immediately appear on the selected frame of the image and the cropper will immediately apply the selected mask.
If it seems like you are getting stuck, youre probably right.
The mask can be applied multiple times, and each time the mask is applied, the selected image will be selected as well.
You will notice that the croppability of the mask can change depending on the number of layers you selected.
In fact, the cropability of a layer can change from a light