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  • Agria 10/17/2012ADOBE TRAINING, PHOTOSHOP CS6 BASICS: IMAGE MANIPULATION - 1

    ADOBE TRAINING, PHOTOSHOP CS6

    BASICS: IMAGE MANIPULATION

    Photoshop has many sophisticated tools to manipulate images for correction and effect. In this tutorial you will

    learn to:

    Straighten crooked images

    Use the Liquify Filter (Pucker and Bloat options) to reduce or expand areas in an image

    Move pieces of an image using the Puppet Warp

    Straightening Images

    Step One: Open the image and select the (1) Crop Tool from the Toolbar

    Step Two: From the Tool Options Bar select the (1) Original Ratio (to preserve the photos original ratio) from

    the crop menu and choose (2) Straighten by clicking on the "suitcase" straighten icon.

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    Step Three: Left-hand click and (1) draw a line on the image in the direction of the desired perspective.

    The image will straighten into the crop based on the direction of the line. Double-left click or choose the (1)

    checkmark in the upper right to select the crop.

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    The final straightened image.

    Liquify Filter - Bloat & Pucker

    The Liquify Filter can be used to alter images for effects and correction. Bloat will expand or increase an area

    while Pucker will retract or pinch an area. These tools are often used in the fashion industry to reduce waist

    sizes and elongate necks and legs.

    Step One: Open the image and select (1) Filter > Liquify from the Photoshop Menu.

    Note: The use of the filter features will be applied to the image layer selected, i.e. they will not create a new

    layer. If you want to preserve a copy of your layer without the auto changes, right-hand click on the layer and

    select Duplicate Layer....

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    Step Two: In the Liquify Filter dialog box, choose the (1) Bloat Tool from the menu.

    Step Three: Use the Tool Options to adjust the (1) Brush Size OR use the Left/Right Brackets [ ] keyboard

    shortcut.

    Tip: Use the Zoom and Hand Tool in the dialog box menu to move around and more easily apply the effect in the

    image.

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    Step Four: Place the (1) brush on the area of the image you want to Bloat. Left-hand click/hold to apply the

    effect to a single point. You can also drag the brush along the image to apply the bloat along an image.

    Step Five: Select (1) OK to commit to the changes.

    Step Six: Open the image and select (1) Filter > Liquify from the Photoshop Menu.

    Note: The use of the filter features will be applied to the image layer selected, i.e. they will not create a new

    layer. If you want to preserve a copy of your layer without the auto changes, right-hand click on the layer and

    select Duplicate Layer....

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    Step Seven: In the Liquify Filter dialog box, choose the (1) Pucker Tool from the menu.

    Step Eight: Use the Tool Options to adjust the (1) Brush Size OR use the Left/Right Brackets [ ] keyboard

    shortcut.

    Tip: Use the Zoom and Hand Tool in the dialog box menu to move around and more easily apply the effect in the

    image.

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    Step Nine: Place the (1) brush on the area of the image you want to Pucker. Left-hand click/hold and to apply

    the effect to a single point. You can also drag the brush along the image to apply the pucker along an image.

    Step Ten: Select (1) OK to commit to the changes.

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    Here is an example of the Liquify Bloat and Pucker effect applied to a cat's eyes, mouth and nose area.

    Here is an example of the Pucker Effect applied to a fashion photo to make the model's legs appear longer.

    Puppet Warp with Content Aware Fill

    The Puppet Warp can be used to reposition parts of an image to make adjustments or corrections. The tool uses

    pins as anchors to stick parts of the image to the workspace while you use other pins to manipulate the image. It

    is a great tool for moving the position of arms/hands, the tilt of a head, the angle of a tree branch or as you can

    see in this in this tutorial the size of a hair-do. In this tutorial we will use the Puppet Warp with Content Aware

    fill to preserve the background image under the object we want to move.

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    Step One: Open the image and using the (1) Quick Selection Tool carefully select object you want to

    manipulate.

    Note: The use of the Puppet features will be applied to the image layer selected, i.e. they will not create a new

    layer. If you want to preserve a copy of your layer without the changes, right-hand click on the layer and select

    Duplicate Layer....

    Use the Tool Options for the Quick Selection Tool, including the (1) Brush sizes, to adjust the effectiveness of

    the selection. Use the (2) Refine Edge... option to adjust the feather and the selection area further.

    Step Two: From the Photoshop Menu select (1) Layer > New > Layer Via Copy. You will notice a new layer

    with only your selection appears in the Layer Panel. Note: Double left-hand click to rename your layer to keep

    things organized in the Layers' Pane.

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    Step Three: Reactivate the selection by right-hand click on the new layer and choosing (1) Select Pixels.

    Step Four: With the pixels selected, return to the original Layer and choose (1) Select > Modify > Expand. In

    the dialog box, set the expansion to 5-10 pixels. The selection will expand outside of the original area equally on

    all sides.

    Step Five: From the Photoshop Menu, select (1) Edit > Fill and in the dialog box choose (2) Content-Aware

    from the menu and select (3) OK. This will remove the selection and reveal a Photoshop auto generated newly

    constructed background. Note: Creating a new background with Content Aware Fill makes it easier to

    manipulate the image without distorting or creating holes in the bottom layer.

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    Step Six: On the layer you want to manipulate (in this example the Woman) select (1) Edit > Puppet Warp

    from the Photoshop Menu.

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    Step Seven: Deselect the checkbox to (1) Show Mesh in the Tool Options Bar unless you want the guides.

    Step Eight: Left-hand clicking on the image set anchor points along the base of the area of you want to move.

    These points will serve to keep the face or other parts of the image from moving when you begin the adjustments.

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    Step Nine: Left-hand clicking on the image set additional points along the edge of the area of you want to move.

    These points will serve as the movement anchors.

    Step Ten: With the pins set, left-hand click and drag the top (or movement anchor) pins carefully in to lower

    and/or move the hair from left to right.

    Note: You may have to add more anchor points to stabilize parts the image you do not want to move.

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    Step Eleven: Double-left click or choose the (1) checkmark in the upper right to apply the changes.

    Additional Resources

    Adobe TV Photoshop Tutorials:http://tv.adobe.com/product/photoshop/

    Straightening: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs6/straightening-a-crooked-image/

    Liquify: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/dekepod/the-instant-liquid-diet/

    Puppet Warp: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/photoshop-hidden-gems/puppet-warp-with-contentaware-fill/

    ADOBE TRAINING, PHOTOSHOP CS6 BASICS: IMAGE MANIPULATIONStraightening ImagesLiquify Filter - Bloat & PuckerPuppet Warp with Content Aware FillAdditional Resources

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