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1 Welcome To Photoshop CS5 S.K. Sublania, Sr. Technical Officer, Division of Computer Applications, Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, New Delhi

2 About Photoshop CS5 Industry standard image editing application Industry standard image editing application Used by photographers, graphic designers Used by photographers, graphic designers other professionals and hobbyists Used to enhance & enrich digital photos and paintings Used to enhance & enrich digital photos and paintings To create Web ready graphics and much more To create Web ready graphics and much more

3 When to use Photoshop Photo correction Photo correction Photo enhancement Photo enhancement Photo compositions Photo compositions Artistic effects Artistic effects Digital painting Digital painting Adding text to images Adding text to images Creating web images Creating web images Print Preparations Print Preparations …. and so on …. and so on

4 When not to use Photoshop Word Processing Word Processing Business Graphics (Org. Charts Presentation etc) Business Graphics (Org. Charts Presentation etc) Page Layouts (Textual brochure, flyers, documents etc use Adobe InDesign instead) Page Layouts (Textual brochure, flyers, documents etc use Adobe InDesign instead) Vector Art (Use Adobe Illustrator instead) Vector Art (Use Adobe Illustrator instead)

5 Some important features of Photoshop CS5 How the font look like How the font look like Puppet Warp Puppet Warp Content Aware Content Aware HDR HDR Never before Image sharpening Never before Image sharpening Lens correction Lens correction Noise correction Noise correction

6 Fonts

7 Content Aware This feature takes into account the pixels in the area and tries to match other similar patterns in the image

8 Puppet Warp Puppet Warp is an image transformation tool

9 The Photoshop Environment Menu bar Menu bar Options bar Options bar Panel well Panel well Toolbox Toolbox Panels Panels and of course the Work Area

10 Menu bar File - items relating to file management File - items relating to file management Edit – editing the document contents etc Edit – editing the document contents etc Image – size, cropping, duplicate, rotate etc Image – size, cropping, duplicate, rotate etc Layer – managing layers Layer – managing layers Select – objects of the documents Select – objects of the documents Filter – applying various filters on the image Filter – applying various filters on the image Analysis Analysis 3D 3D View – document on the screen/work area View – document on the screen/work area Window – customizing window Window – customizing window Help – Photoshop help Help – Photoshop help

11 Toolbox Toolbox Contains tools for creating and editing images Toolbox Contains tools for creating and editing images

12 Options bar Options bar Provides options for using a tool Options bar Provides options for using a tool Example of rectangular marquee tool options

13 Understanding Panels Panels help you monitor and modify your work Panels help you monitor and modify your work Panels are mini- applications with their own windows, controls and menus Panels are mini- applications with their own windows, controls and menus Panel groups can be docked to the side of Photoshop workspace Panel groups can be docked to the side of Photoshop workspace

14 Components of Panels Panels tabs to select Panels tabs to select Collapse button Collapse button Settings Settings Panel Menu on top-right corner Panel Menu on top-right corner Panel buttons on the bottom Panel buttons on the bottom A. Title bar B. Tab C. Drop zone

15 Understanding Pixel & Color Pixel (Picture Element) the smallest unit of a picture Pixel (Picture Element) the smallest unit of a picture RGB color RGB color RED RED GREEN GREEN BLUE BLUE BlackWhite

16 Color Models The Two Most Common Color Models The Two Most Common Color Models RGB color Model CMYK color Models

17 Raster and Vector Graphics Vector graphics are composed of paths Vector graphics are composed of paths Raster images (Bitmaps) composed of pixels Raster images (Bitmaps) composed of pixels

18 Raster and Vector Graphics

19 Navigating in Photoshop You use the Navigator palette to quickly change the view of your artwork using a thumbnail display. The colored box in the Navigator (called the proxy view area) corresponds to the currently viewable area in the window. You use the Navigator palette to quickly change the view of your artwork using a thumbnail display. The colored box in the Navigator (called the proxy view area) corresponds to the currently viewable area in the window.

20 Undoing Previous Steps Undo Ctrl+Z - The Undo and Redo commands let you undo or redo operations. Undo Ctrl+Z - The Undo and Redo commands let you undo or redo operations. History - You can also use the History panel to undo or redo operations History - You can also use the History panel to undo or redo operations You can use the History panel to jump to any recent state of the image created during the current working session. Each time you apply a change to an image, the new state of that image is added to the panel You can use the History panel to jump to any recent state of the image created during the current working session. Each time you apply a change to an image, the new state of that image is added to the panel

21 Using History Panel Panels help you monitor and modify your work Panels help you monitor and modify your work History Panel keeps history of edits in a linear fashion History Panel keeps history of edits in a linear fashion Non-Linear history Non-Linear history Deleting History Deleting History

22 Using Layers Panel Layers panel helps you monitor and modify layers Layers panel helps you monitor and modify layers Layers panel shows the layer in order of creation Layers panel shows the layer in order of creation Adding layers Adding layers Deleting Layers Deleting Layers Merging Layers Merging Layers

23 Selection and other Tools Tools are available for various purposes such as Selection, Painting, Drawing and Erasing etc Tools are available for various purposes such as Selection, Painting, Drawing and Erasing etc

24 Marquee Tool The marquee tools let you select rectangles, ellipses, rounded rectangles and 1 ‑ pixel rows and columns. The marquee tools let you select rectangles, ellipses, rounded rectangles and 1 ‑ pixel rows and columns. Rectangular Marquee Makes a rectangular selection Rectangular Marquee Makes a rectangular selection Rounded Rectangle Marquee Selects a rounded rectangle, such as a web page button. Rounded Rectangle Marquee Selects a rounded rectangle, such as a web page button. Elliptical Marquee Makes an elliptical selection. Elliptical Marquee Makes an elliptical selection. Single Row or Single Column Marquee Defines the border as a 1-pixel-wide row or column. Single Row or Single Column Marquee Defines the border as a 1-pixel-wide row or column.

25 Lasso Tool The Lasso tool is useful for drawing freeform segments of a selection border The Lasso tool is useful for drawing freeform segments of a selection border These are Lasso, Polygonal Lasso, and Magnetic Lasso tools These are Lasso, Polygonal Lasso, and Magnetic Lasso tools

26 Magic Wand The Magic Wand tool lets you select a consistently colored area without having to trace its outline. The Magic Wand tool lets you select a consistently colored area without having to trace its outline. You specify the color range, or tolerance, for the Magic Wand tool’s selection. You specify the color range, or tolerance, for the Magic Wand tool’s selection.

27 Cropping an Image Cropping is the process of removing portions of an image to create focus or strengthen the composition. You can crop an image using the Crop tool and the Crop command. Cropping is the process of removing portions of an image to create focus or strengthen the composition. You can crop an image using the Crop tool and the Crop command.

28 Eraser Tool The Eraser tool changes pixels in the image as you drag through them. The Eraser tool changes pixels in the image as you drag through them. If you’re working in the background or in a layer with transparency locked, the pixels change to the background color; otherwise, the pixels are erased to transparency. If you’re working in the background or in a layer with transparency locked, the pixels change to the background color; otherwise, the pixels are erased to transparency.

29 Paint Bucket Tool The Paint Bucket tool fills adjacent pixels that are similar in color value to the pixels you click The Paint Bucket tool fills adjacent pixels that are similar in color value to the pixels you click

30 Type Tool You can insert new text, change existing text, and delete text in type layers You can insert new text, change existing text, and delete text in type layers

31 Creating Image Composites with Layers

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33 Layers Panel

34 Layers

35 Layers

36 Layers

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38 Layers

39 Layers

40 Layers

41 Layer Effect Blending Options Blending Options Normal Normal Multiply Multiply Overlay Overlay Shadows – inner and outer Shadows – inner and outer Glow – inner and outer Glow – inner and outer Bevel and Emboss, etc Bevel and Emboss, etc

42 Merge and Flatten Layers When you have finalized the content of layers, you can merge them to reduce the size of your image files. When you merge layers, the data on the top layers replaces the overlapped data on the lower layers. The intersection of all transparent areas in the merged layers remains transparent When you have finalized the content of layers, you can merge them to reduce the size of your image files. When you merge layers, the data on the top layers replaces the overlapped data on the lower layers. The intersection of all transparent areas in the merged layers remains transparent Flattening reduces file size by merging all visible layers into the background and discarding hidden layers. Any transparent areas that remain are filled with white. Flattening reduces file size by merging all visible layers into the background and discarding hidden layers. Any transparent areas that remain are filled with white.

43 Image Adjustments Brightness/Contrast Brightness/Contrast Levels Levels Curves Curves Exposure Exposure Hue and Saturation Hue and Saturation Black & White (Grayscale) Black & White (Grayscale) Invert Invert

44 Filters Filters let you change the look of your images, for instance by giving them the appearance of impressionistic paintings or mosaic tiles, or adding unique lighting or distortions Filters let you change the look of your images, for instance by giving them the appearance of impressionistic paintings or mosaic tiles, or adding unique lighting or distortions Following are some filters that can be applied: Blur, Radial Lens Correction, Add Noise, Dust & Scratches, Median, Reduce Noise, Fibers, Lens Flare, Sharpen, Sharpen Edges, Sharpen More, Smart Sharpen, Unsharp Mask, Emboss, Find Edges Following are some filters that can be applied: Blur, Radial Lens Correction, Add Noise, Dust & Scratches, Median, Reduce Noise, Fibers, Lens Flare, Sharpen, Sharpen Edges, Sharpen More, Smart Sharpen, Unsharp Mask, Emboss, Find Edges

45 Saving for Print Saving as psd or jpeg Saving as psd or jpeg Saving an Image for Print Saving an Image for Print Saving for the Web Saving for the Web

46 Thanks


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