DAY 1 - Introduction to Photo Editing and Photoshop CS6

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INTRODUCTION

WHAT IS PHOTO EDITING?Prepared by: Sef Cambaliza

It is the process of altering images, whether they are digital photographs, traditional analog photographs or illustrations.Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

BASICS IN PHOTO EDITINGPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

CroppingResizing and CompressionCorrectingSharpening and Softening

Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

WHAT IS ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6?Prepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Photoshop CS6 is a tool to create, modify, combine and optimize digital photos and images in your computer.It excels in digital photograph and used to perform complex changes such as adjusting the brightness and contrast of the image, combines different image elements and keeping it organize.Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

SHORT HISTORY

Created by American brothers, Thomas and John Knoll in 1987Was named as ImagePro before then renamed as PhotoshopPurchased by Adobe in 1988First released on February 19, 1990 exclusively for Macintosh

Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: History of Photoshop. http://www.creativebloq.com/adobe/history-photoshop-12052724, retrieved June 2016

KEY TERMS AND DEFINITIONSPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Photoshop Document (.psd file). A .psd file is the default file format of Photoshop. It is a multi-layer document that retains its full editing options when saved. In many cases, you will export web graphics from a .psd document file format.Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

Layers. Photoshop documents are composed of layers, which can basically be described as single transparent sheets that hold particular pieces of an image. These layers can contain images, text and vector graphics. They can be rearranged and grouped according to user needs.Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

Selections. This refers to regions in an image that will be affected by the various tools. Once you have selected an area, you can apply a tool to it, such as paintbrush, or perform an operation such as copy or crop. Selections can be any shape and size; the shape depends on which selection tool you are working with.Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

A selection in Photoshop is similar to a selection that you highlight in a word processing application. Your selection will apply only to the current layer. If that layer is empty in the region selected, an error message will appear. When this happens, go to the Layers pane and select the correct layer.

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Resolution. Resolution refers to the number of pixels in a full size image. An image with high resolution (hi-res) contains more information than an image with low resolution (lo-res).Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

therefore, one can always convert a high resolution (hi-res) image to a low resolutions (lo-res) image. However, because information is lost in the conversion, the reverse is not true. If you were to increase the resolution of a lo-res image, the result would be fuzzy.

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Color mode. Color mode refers to the types of colors you will be using in your image. CMYK and RGB are the most important of these modes to be familiar with. CMYK is the setting for images that will be printed to paper. The letters refer to the four channels of color used to create every color available: cyan, magenta, yellow and black. RGB refers to the three channel color mode suitable for images to be viewed on the web: red, green and blue.Prepared by: Sef CambalizaSource: Grade 8 Curriculum Photo Editing, DepEd Bataan

THE PHOTOSHOP WINDOWPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Prepared by: Sef Cambaliza

MENU BAR

Displays menus that contain the most of the Photoshop commandsPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

OPTIONS BAR

Displays the controls that are used to customize the selected tool in the ToolboxPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

DOCUMENT TAB

Displays the name, color mode and magnification of the open file or imagePrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

TOOLS PANELDisplays the different icons ortools that are used tomodify or edit the image Prepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

PANELSThese are the small window thatallow you to access commoncommands. They can bemoved anywhere within thewindow.Prepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

IMAGEWINDOWDisplays theimage or filethat you haveopenedPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

STATUS BAR

Displays the magnification of the image and its informationPrepared by: Sef Cambaliza

Source: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (2013). Jemma Development Group

MENU BAR

OPTIONS BAR

DOCUMENT TAB

TOOLS PANEL

PANELS

IMAGE WINDOW

STATUS BAR

THANK YOU.Prepared by: Sef Cambaliza

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