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1 | | Tel: | | Computer Training & Personal Development Adobe Photoshop CS3 Intermediate

2 In this section you will learn how to: Use the Layers palette Hide and display layers Change layer transparency Arrange layers Create basic layers Delete layers Rename a layer Create a layer via cut or copy Use adjustment layers Use fill layers Apply effects and styles to layers Group layers Use Auto-Align Use Auto-Blend Duplicate, link, merge, and export layers SECTION 1: Using Layers

3 Lesson 1.1: Using Layers In this lesson you will learn what a layer is and how to create one. In addition, you will how to delete a layer, how to recover a deleted layer, and how to rename a new layer.

4 Lesson 1.1: Using Layers What is a Layer? Sheets of clear plastic compose a complete image of many components

5 Lesson 1.1: Using Layers Using the Layers Palette

6 Lesson 1.1: Using Layers Hiding and Displaying Layers Eye icon to hide - Blank space to show

7 Lesson 1.1: Using Layers Changing Layer Opacity Control how see-through a layer is

8 Lesson 1.1: Using Layers Arranging Layers Drag and drop in Layers palette

9 Lesson 1.2: Working with Layers In order to use layers in your image, you need to be able to create them. Sometimes you are creating a layer for its content. Sometimes you are creating a layer to adjust another layer in the image, for example to add texture or color, or to adjust the contrast. In this lesson, you will learn how to create and delete a basic layer.

10 Lesson 1.2: Working with Layers Creating Basic Layers Name Layer - Click OK

11 Lesson 1.2: Working with Layers Deleting Layers Drag layer over garbage can

12 Lesson 1.2: Working with Layers Renaming a Layer Double-click layer name - Type name

13 Lesson 1.2: Working with Layers Creating a Layer via Cut Select part of image as new layer - Click Layer menu - New - Layer via Cut

14 Lesson 1.2: Working with Layers Creating a Layer via Copy Select part of image as new layer - Layer menu - New - Layer via Copy

15 Lesson 1.3: More on Layers Adjustment and fill layers are special types of layer used in Photoshop. An adjustment layer does not contain any pixels; it contains instructions on how the pixels in the underlying layers will be affected. In this way, adjustment layers give you the ability to apply an effect to a group of layers, and then at any time in the editing process, alter that effect while preserving the integrity of original image.

16 Lesson 1.3: More on Layers Making Adjustments with Layers Adjustment Layer button (Layers palette)

17 Lesson 1.3: More on Layers Using Fill Layers Fill a layer with solid color, gradient, or pattern

18 Lesson 1.3: More on Layers Using Layer Styles and Effects Customize a style/create a style using Layer Style dialogue box

19 Lesson 1.3: More on Layers Adding a Color Stroke to a Layer Select layer to add effect to - Edit - Color Stroke

20 Lesson 1.3: More on Layers Grouping Layers Select layers in Layers palette - Layer - Group Layers, or drag layers over Group button

21 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers There are many useful things you can do with layers. You can take an image that is in pieces and use Photoshop to create a completely seamless image. You can link layers together so that they move as a unit, or you can merge them so they become one layer. If you want a layer to be stored in its own file, you can easily export the layers in your image to their own file.

22 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers Using Auto-Align Edit menu

23 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers Using Auto-Blend Smoothes out differences between layers Edit – Auto-Blend

24 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers Linking Layers Select layers to link – click link tool at the bottom of the Layers palette

25 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers Duplicating Layers Click Duplicate Layer

26 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers Merging Layers Merge Visible from palette options menu

27 Lesson 1.4: Advanced Layers Exporting Layers Run Export Layers to Files script from File menu

28 In this section you will learn about: Retouching Hue and saturation In this section you will learn how to: Use the Blur tool Use the Sharpen tool Use the Smudge tool Use the Dodge tool Use the Burn tool Use the Sponge tool and the Patch tool Work with hue and saturation Work with brightness and contrast Work with shadows and highlights Use the Healing Brush Use the Pattern Stamp and the Clone Stamp SECTION 2: Retouching Images

29 Lesson 2.1: Working with Retouch Tools In this lesson, you will learn about retouching images. You will also learn how to use three Photoshop tools intended for retouching and enhancing images: the Blur tool, the Sharpen tool, and the Smudge tool. Keep in mind that retouching images is as much an art as it is a science. Use this lesson to learn about these tools, and then refine their use with experimentation and practice.

30 Lesson 2.1: Working with Retouch Tools What is Retouching? The process of emphasizing, removing, adding, or enhancing elements in an image

31 Lesson 2.1: Working with Retouch Tools The Blur Tool Softens edges and other areas of an image

32 Lesson 2.1: Working with Retouch Tools The Sharpen Tool Increases contrast where you paint

33 Lesson 2.1: Working with Retouch Tools The Smudge Tool Smudge your image

34 Lesson 2.2: More Retouching Tools The Dodge, Burn, and Sponge tools differ from the tools in the first lesson in that they produce direct effects on the color tones of your image. These tools lighten (dodge), darken (burn), or intensify (sponge) the color values for the areas that you drag your mouse pointer over.

35 Lesson 2.2: More Retouching Tools The Dodge Tool Lighten regions you drag your mouse over

36 Lesson 2.2: More Retouching Tools The Burn Tool Darken regions you drag your mouse over

37 Lesson 2.2: More Retouching Tools The Sponge Tool Increase or decrease color saturation

38 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast In this lesson you will learn about hue, saturation, and brightness. You will learn how to use the Hue/Saturation dialogue box, as well as the Brightness/Contrast dialogue box. You will also learn how to manipulate shadows and highlights using the Shadow/Highlight dialogue.

39 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast What are Hue, Saturation, and Brightness? Hue is shade/tone Saturation is the intensity of shade/tone Brightness is the amount of light in color

40 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast Working with Hue Control master setting for all colors

41 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast Working with Saturation Controls how vivid color is

42 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast Working with Lightness Lightness refers to how much white is in color

43 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast Working with Brightness and Contrast Brightness & contrast affect tonality of your image

44 Lesson 2.3: Working with Color, Brightness, and Contrast Working with Shadows and Highlights Image - Adjustments - Shadow/Highlight

45 Lesson 2.4: Retouching With Stamps and Brushes In this lesson, you will learn about the Healing Brush and the Patch tool. You will also learn about the Clone Stamp and the Pattern Stamp tool. These tools can be extremely helpful when retouching images and they are easy to use.

46 Lesson 2.4: Retouching With Stamps and Brushes The Healing Brush Blend (heal) texture, shading, and color

47 Lesson 2.4: Retouching With Stamps and Brushes The Patch Tool A variant of Healing Brush

48 Lesson 2.4: Retouching With Stamps and Brushes The Clone Stamp Remove small blemishes from image

49 Lesson 2.4: Retouching With Stamps and Brushes The Pattern Stamp Tool Apply graphic patterns to an image

50 In this section you will learn how to: Use the Paint Bucket Use the Paint Brush Work with custom brushes Use the Airbrush Use the Pencil tool Work with horizontal and vertical type Perform a spell check Use the Character palette Work with lines and shapes Use pens Create and manipulate paths Use and undo rasterization Flatten the image SECTION 3: Getting Creative

51 Lesson 3.1: Working with Brushes In this lesson, you will become familiar with the Paint Bucket (fill tool), the standard Brush tool, and the Pencil tool. You will also learn how to use the Airbrush feature and how to work with custom brushes.

52 Lesson 3.1: Working with Brushes Using the Paint Bucket Fill a canvas, a layer, or a selected area with color

53 Lesson 3.1: Working with Brushes Using the Brush More flexibility when painting/adding color

54 Lesson 3.1: Working with Brushes Working with Custom Brushes Select part of image as your brush - Edit - Define Brush Preset - Name brush - OK

55 Lesson 3.1: Working with Brushes Using the Airbrush Click Brush icon; adjust flow

56 Lesson 3.1: Working with Brushes Using the Pencil Tool With Brush tool in Photoshop toolbox

57 Lesson 3.2: Using Type Tools In this lesson you will learn how to work with horizontal type and vertical type. You will learn how to modify your typed characters, and you will learn how to work with the Character palette.

58 Lesson 3.2: Using Type Tools Working with Horizontal Type Runs from left to right across image

59 Lesson 3.2: Using Type Tools Working with Vertical Type Type will be added to image canvas vertically

60 Lesson 3.2: Using Type Tools Modifying Type Can apply changes globally or selectively

61 Lesson 3.2: Using Type Tools Performing a Spell Check Choose Check Spelling from Edit menu

62 Lesson 3.2: Using Type Tools Working with the Character Palette Toggle Character - Paragraph palettes button or Character from Window menu

63 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools In this lesson you will learn more about the vector graphics tools. You will learn how to use the Shape tools, how to work with custom shapes, how to use the Pen tools, and how to manipulate paths.

64 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Working with Lines and Shapes Shape tools in Photoshop toolbox

65 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Working with Custom Shapes Custom Shape tool - select shape - set options - click and drag to create image

66 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Using Pens Allow you to create vector paths

67 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Using the Freeform Pen Draw creatively as with paintbrush or pencil

68 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Adding or Deleting Anchor Points Click Anchor Point Pen tool – click path

69 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Adding Curves to Your Path Click anchor point on path

70 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Converting a Path to a Selection Right click inside path/shape - choose Make Selection

71 Lesson 3.3: More Photoshop Drawing Tools Working with Paths To move path, align multiple paths, or move part of your path, use the Path Selection tools

72 Lesson 3.4: Rasterization Vector images have their uses, but often we use vector tools to create the shape we want, and then we need to edit it. To use bitmap tools (such as retouching tools) on a vector image, we have to rasterize the image. In this lesson, you will learn about what rasterizing is and how to do it.

73 Lesson 3.4: Rasterization Understanding Rasterize The process of converting mathematically described images into an array of mapped pixel values

74 Lesson 3.4: Rasterization Using Rasterize Right click on layer - click Rasterize Layer

75 Lesson 3.4: Rasterization Undoing Rasterize Use Undo feature or History palette

76 Lesson 3.4: Rasterization Flattening the Image Save image as a GIF or JPEG file

77 In this section you will learn about: Masks Channels RGB and CMYK channels Selections and channels Filters and Smart filters In this section you will also learn how to: Use layer, vector and clipping masks Move a mask Create a channel mask Use the Filter Gallery Work with the Sharpen filter, Sharpen Edges filter and Blur filters Use the Artistic, Distort, Pixelate, Noise, and other filters Freeze, thaw, and liquify images Use the Pattern Maker Embed a watermark in an image SECTION 4: Working with Masks, Channels, and Filters

78 Lesson 4.1: Using Masks In this lesson you will learn what a mask is and how to create one. You will also learn about Quick Masks, selections, and layer masks. Finally, you will learn how to move a mask to from one layer to another.

79 Lesson 4.1: Using Masks What is a Mask? A covering that goes over an image

80 Lesson 4.1: Using Masks Using Quick Mask Uses a selection as its base and masks everything but your selection

81 Lesson 4.1: Using Masks Using Layer Masks Select layer to paint onto the layer below - Layer - Layer Mask

82 Lesson 4.1: Using Masks Using Vector Masks A mask drawn using a drawing tool

83 Lesson 4.1: Using Masks Using Clipping Masks Fill one part of an image with content of another layer

84 Lesson 4.2: Working with Channels Channels, masks, and selections are all closely related. When you mask an image, you are protecting part of an image from being modified. With a selection, you can temporarily protect part of your image, but you’ll need to remove the selection to move on with your editing. You can also create a channel mask to permanently save a selection with your image that you can apply at any time.

85 Lesson 4.2: Working with Channels What are Channels? Stores color information and selections

86 Lesson 4.2: Working with Channels Types of Channels Color, Spot Color, or Alpha

87 Lesson 4.2: Working with Channels Using the Channels Palette Tab next to Layers tab

88 Lesson 4.2: Working with Channels Creating an Alpha Channel Start with a selection – click Save Selection as Channel button

89 Lesson 4.3: Modifying Images with Filters In this lesson, you will learn about the Photoshop filter gallery, and several types of filters including Smart Filters, Sharpen and Sharpen Edges filters, and Blur filters.

90 Lesson 4.3: Modifying Images with Filters What Are Filters? Filters overlay an image for special effects

91 Lesson 4.3: Modifying Images with Filters Using the Photoshop Filter Gallery Filter – Filter Gallery – View Filter Gallery

92 Lesson 4.3: Modifying Images with Filters About Smart Filters Filter Gallery or Filter menu

93 Lesson 4.3: Modifying Images with Filters Working with the Sharpen Filter and Sharpen Edges Filter Increases contrast in all or part of image

94 Lesson 4.3: Modifying Images with Filters Working with Blur Filters Filter – Blur – Choose desired filter

95 Lesson 4.4: Using Effects Filters Beyond the Blur and Sharpen filters, there are many special effects you can apply. We saw some of them in the Filter Gallery, but in this lesson we are going to take a closer look at the Artistic filters, the Distort filters, the Pixelate filters, and the Noise filters.

96 Lesson 4.4: Using Effects Filters Using the Artistic Filters Used to apply effects seen in art world

97 Lesson 4.4: Using Effects Filters Using the Distort Filters Filter - Distort menu

98 Lesson 4.4: Using Effects Filters Using the Pixelate Filters Filter - Pixelate – Choose filter

99 Lesson 4.4: Using Effects Filters Using the Noise Filters Refers to random fluctuations of colors of pixels in an image

100 Lesson 4.4: Using Effects Filters Using Other Filters Filters menu: Brush Strokes, Render, Sketch filters, Stylize filters, Texture filters

101 Lesson 4.5: Advanced Filter Tasks There are several more things you can do with an image. You can apply various special effects using the Liquify filter and you can customize a pattern for your image using the Pattern Maker. If you need a watermark for your image, you can do that with a filter as well! We’ll look at all of these in this lesson.

102 Lesson 4.5: Advanced Filter Tasks Liquifying an Image Filter - Liquify

103 Lesson 4.5: Advanced Filter Tasks Using the Pattern Maker Filter - Pattern Maker

104 Lesson 4.5: Advanced Filter Tasks Embedding a Watermark in an Image Obtain identification- Digimarc from Filter menu - Personalize button – enter ID - OK


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