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Learn the Basics of Photoshop in Under 25 Minutes over, we'll provide everything all in one place and a downloadable PDF file containing references for each. Chapter One: Introducing Photoshop . Lesson What's New in Photoshop ? Lesson Printing Basics. This tutorial is an introduction to using. Adobe Photoshop. Here you will learn how to get started, how to use the interface, and how to modify images with basic .

To adjust the crop later o,n hit C, click inside the image, and re-crop. To straighten your photo click the Straighten button. Now draw a horizontal line along the horizon.

When you release the mouse button the image will rotate, and the corners will be cropped. Hit Enter to confirm or Escape to cancel. Rotate the Picture Most cameras will automatically detect whether you shot a photo in portrait or landscape mode.

But sometimes it fails, and you need to rotate the image manually.

There are two quick tools you can use, each tackling a different problem. The Exposure tool adjusts all tonal values equally and is best for when the photo is under- or overexposed. In the Adjustments panel on the right, click Exposure. Drag the Exposure slider to the right to brighten, or left to darken, the image.

The Brightness option focuses more on the midtones and can brighten the image without affecting the highlights or shadows. Boost the Colors An easy way to make almost any image more appealing is to give the colors a boost.

Go to the Adjustments panel and select Vibrance. Saturation changes all colors equally. You can set it to to make a black and white image, but otherwise you should avoid it. Vibrance is more subtle, as it focuses on the less-saturated colors without affecting those that are already bright enough.

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Drag the slider to the right to boost the colors. Add Contrast With Levels Like colors, many photos can benefit from a bump in contrast. It makes them look punchier and less flat.

Photoshop has multiple ways to adjust contrast. The best for beginners is the Levels tool, which is powerful yet easy to grasp. Click Levels in the Adjustments panel to get started. Read More. This is a chart that shows the tonal range of the photo, from black on the left to white on the right.

Then do the same with the right tab. As you drag the tabs you should notice an immediate improvement. But sometimes they can be thrown off, leaving a color cast on the image.

You can fix this by clicking on Levels in the Adjustments panel. There are three eyedroppers on the left of the panel. The middle one is used to select a gray point in the photo, which in turn corrects the white balance. Select the eyedropper, then locate an area of gray in your photo and click inside it. You should see an immediate correction. Now hover the eyedropper back over the image until you find an area where the RGB values are the roughly the same. Click to apply the correction.

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It may be dust on the sensor or an ugly trashcan in the background of your landscape. To get started, duplicate your background layer so you can edit non-destructively. Pick a brush size either from the Options bar or by using the square bracket keys to make it larger or smaller. Choose one that is marginally larger than the speck you want to remove. Then click on the speck. It should disappear. Processing takes a few seconds, but is usually successful. Remove Larger Objects To remove a larger object, select it either by using the Marquee Tool M and drawing a square around it, or with the Lasso Tool L and drawing round it freehand.

Hit Enter and after a few seconds the object should disappear. You can repeat the process to remove any rough edges that remain. Removing things from detailed images is an advanced skill. The quick tool is best used on smaller elements placed against plain backgrounds or backgrounds with non-uniform textures like foliage.

Working with anything larger or more difficult requires more extensive Photoshop skills. To move objects, duplicate the image layer then select the Content-Aware Move Tool.

Now simply draw around the object you want to move. Click inside this selection, and drag the object to its new position. The tool should blend the object with its new surroundings and fill the space left behind with a new background. To duplicate objects instead of moving them, go to the Options bar and set Mode to Extend.

In Photoshop they are an excellent way to add local contrast and enhance details. The Dodge and Burn tools are brushes that you paint over selected areas of your image. All you need to know is that Dodge lightens the image, and Burn darkens it. The more you paint over an area the lighter or darker it gets. Hit Enter. This adds an invisible gray layer on top of your image, and you can apply your dodge and burn adjustments to this layer non-destructively.

Select the Dodge Tool or press O on the keyboard. Now, begin painting over the areas of the image you want to brighten, and use the Burn tool on the areas you want to darken.

Read More to bring out the detail, or shadows to add drama to your image. Choose the Quick Selection Tool W. Now zoom in. With the Background layer selected, click and drag over the teeth. As you drag, the selection should automatically expand to include all the teeth, without grabbing the lips and gums.

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If any unwanted element does get added to the selection, hold the Alt key and draw over it to remove it. This will create a new layer containing just the teeth. Now highlight that new layer. You should see them brightening up in real time. This time, select the Elliptical Marquee tool M. Set the Feather setting in the Options bar to 20px, then draw around the eyes.

Now use the Dodge tool to brighten the eyes.

Keep it subtle, and use the Opacity slider to fine tune the effect. This especially applies to the sky. The deeper you get into photography, the more gear you realize you might need. Filters are one of the most important photographic accessories, especially for landscape photographers.

Read More to your camera lens. Start by duplicating the image layer. Grab the center tab below the histogram and drag it to the right until the sky is better exposed — the darker it gets, the more dramatic it will look. Ignore the fact that the rest of the image will now be too dark.

Click OK to continue. The next step is to apply a mask to the layer.

Don't worry though, we're here to help you sort your "blend modes" from your "layer masks. They enable you to seamlessly blend together two or more layers. In simple terms, a mask controls the opacity of the layer upon which it is placed.

Use white brush to add highlights and black brush to add shadows. We will have something like this: Step 12 The black edge on the tip of the right ear just won't do, so we will further add white lines there, resembling highlights. Step 13 Extract wings from the dove.

We'll only be using one side of the wing, duplicate and flip so that it resembles a pair. Copy part of the right wing to fill up the gap.

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Step 15 Combine the cow and the pair of wings. The wings should be place underneath the cow layer. Use the healing brush to join the connecting area. Import background into your canvas, and place the winged cow accordingly.

Change the contrast and color of the background according to these settings. Create an elliptical shape using the selection tool, feather it and fill it with black. Again, duplicate this layer, one with 'Overlay' blend mode and 'Multiply' for the other.

Duplicate these 2 layers, and transform it into a bigger shape. Draw a ring on top of the cow's head and apply these settings. Step 23 Flatten the 'halo' layer Create an empty layer and merge it with the layer with blending option. Set it as 'Screen' blend mode.

Duplicate this layer to strenghten the opacity and glow of this halo. Step 24 We shall progress to creating a light ray effect. Add a curves adjustment layer and mask off accordingly. Drag the curves to darken the surrounding. Duplicate this adjustment layer and invert its layer mask.

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Drag the curves upwards. Step 26 Create a new layer, fill it with black, and render lens flare. Apply a little Gaussian blur to it. Set blend mode for lens flare layer as 'Screen'. Step 28 We can further add intensity to the source of light ray, by drawing streaks of lights using white brush, setting it at 'Overlay' blend mode. Next up, we will add in some feathers. Open the feather image and desaturate it.Use the healing brush to join the connecting area. I've been fumbling around in the dark with Photoshop for a while now, I've bought a couple of 'how to's' and sat through numerous online tutorials, but none really explained things for a complete novice.

Noise reduction is all about finding the right balance between noise and detail. With the Background layer selected, click and drag over the teeth. The Options bar. The tutorials are wonderful - the perfect amount of detail to make them foolproof - I am so delighted that I found this site!!! Duplicate this adjustment layer and invert its layer mask. Step 11 Further add shadow and highlights, by creating a new 'Overlay' layer Filled with Overlay neutral color.

As you drag, the selection should automatically expand to include all the teeth, without grabbing the lips and gums.

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