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Record an Action Discover the Healing Brush Modifying Selections: Part I Modifying Selections: Part II
Discover the Pen Tool & Paths Path Editing Discover the Background Eraser Discover the Polygonal Lasso Tool Discover the Quick Mask Mode Discover the Layer Mask
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Modifying Selections: Part I
When you have made your selection and you have the proper layer selected in the layers palette (here, the layer with the wall if there are other layers) then go to Edit: Copy. This will retain that data of the selected area. Now go to File: New, Press OK when the dialog box comes up to create a new document. This feature has probably been around since the beginning of digital image editing and Photoshop 1.0 I’m sure. It’s good to learn the shortcuts Ctrl C, Ctrl N and Ctrl V. It’s important to note that when you copy a selected area the new document will be created based on the dimension or proportion of the selected area on an X and Y basis. Because the selected area reached the vertical and horizontal limits of the original image, the new document will be created with the same dimensions as the original document. If you want to create a new document you can either Image: Duplicate or select a layer that covers the entire image dimensions such as the background layer by Select: all and making sure the background layer is selected in the layers palette and then you can create an exact dimension copy.
Now that you’ve pasted it you can see that we did select the ‘background’. When you paste it will automatically put that selection onto its own layer.
Well what if we made this selection of the background but wanted to select the woman as the subject? Easy, just right click (when on a marquee or lasso tool) in the original document and then you can choose Select Inverse. This will now select the areas that haven’t been selected which in this case happens to be the subject and the dead palm trees.
When making selections you’ll most often want to select the easiest way and use the tools together to get a selection. It all depends on the circumstances. With difﬁcult backgrounds sometimes there is no easy way. The art of the selection will be covered in depth in the upcoming AdvancedPhotoshop.com. Go to the moVe tool in the upper right corner of the toolbar and drag this selection into the new document. Here in the layers palette you can see that I have both of the separate selections on their own layers. To fully understand layers you may want to read about the Basic Photoshop full training here.
After you’ve made a selection and put it on it’s own layer and you plan on making more changes to it; you might want to ﬁrst make a duplicate copy by dragging it to the new layer icon and work on this version of the layer. With the eraser tool you can go in and clean up areas of the selection that maybe got skipped over before.
Remember that you can change the size of the eraser brush in the options bar or by using the [bracket] keys. On the duplicated layer go ahead and erase the dead palm trees (or whatever is on your sample image). Photos.com doesn’t want me actually distributing these images but you can get these same ones with full access from their website. It’s well worth it if you’re at all serious about Photoshop and especially graphic design.
You can use some more of the basic selection techniques such as right clicking and choosing Similar or grow after using the magic wand tool to select areas of blue that might be remaining.
In using these, once again if you have accidentally selected areas that you don’t want selected, you can use ‘subtract from selection’ in the options bar of the lasso (or marquee tools). Then simply lasso around the area you want selected. See how easy it is for you to learn? Do you have any idea how long it took me to fully understand this simple concept? Good..
You can use the eraser to get rid of these spots but if they’re too small you might want to select them ﬁrst ie. with the magic wand tool and then you can Ctrl X them out of the picture to clean it all up.
Now ﬁnd another picture which you think would make a great background. Now that you have the foreground subject and you’ve essentially removed the background, you can pull in another open image with the moVe tool by dragging it in. It will automatically appear above whatever layer is selected in the layers palette. In this case it shows up on top so you will have to move its order in the layers palette to beneath the main subject layer to ‘ﬁt’ in the manually created ‘background’ space.
In this case the sunset was appear behind the main subject so if this happens to you remember that you have your transform options under the Edit menu. Go ahead and ﬂip it horizontally. Now the sunset appears on the other side where there is breathing room for it to be. This is good common design sense which you probably have, it’s just good to know the tools to how to do it!
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Modifying Selections: Part II
Here we will continue covering some basic-intermediate selection techniques. Grab the polygonal lasso tool. Since we already have a selection we’re going to get rid of a certain part of the selection and keep the part that we want to keep.
Choose Subtract from Selection from the options bar. Now go ahead and create a lasso selection all the way around the area that you want to get rid of from the overall selection. It doesn’t even have to be pretty AT ALL, as long as you keep the marching ants inside the area.
Now that you have ‘subtracted’ or ‘deselected’ that area ﬁnd any other areas that you want deselected, go over there and use the same method to enclose off that area to deselect it from the overall selection.
Just work your way all the way around the area you want to deselect. With the polygonal it will draw straight lines and you click to add a point to move it in another direction. What’s weird and cool is that you can click ‘outside of’ the actual document with the polygonal lasso to help work your way around to the start point to close it off. Try this out.
In this case I am getting rid of the dead palm tree leaves and wanting to retain just the main subject herself. It’s important to understand these concepts of knowing how to modify a selection.
Now with the moVe tool, remember that you can move the selection from within the selected area. In this case we already have a duplicate layer on top so we’re just moving that selected version of her over.
Here you can see in the layers palette I’ve turned off the layer and you can see the selection that we’ve made.
Go back in History to move her back. You can also use Edit: Undo Move.
Now let’s do something else. Once you have a selection you can save it a few ways. One of the ways is by right clicking (when on the appropriate tool such as lasso) and choosing Make Work Path...
Under the Paths palette you can see the work path that you’ve now created. You can see the hard edged line around your subject.
This will convert the selection you have into a ‘Path’. A path is one way of ‘storing’ your selection and takes up a nanobit of space in the total ﬁle size because it is basically a mathematical equation. It saves much more space than duplicating and retaining a copy of the layer (fyi).
Aren’t you glad you don’t have to learn all this stuff the hard way? Don’t be stubborn like I did. Just keep on learning everything you can Once you have work path you can make it back into a selection by highlighting it and then right clicking and choosing Make Selection... Press enter again if you don’t want to feather (add a light blur) and get your exact selection back. In the Paths palette you can click off of the path and onto the empty space as shown to de-select the work path and click on it to re-select or show the work path. You’ll want to understand paths and path editing b/c you can make your own work paths (ending up in a selection or a custom shape) from scratch and they are used all the time in vector shapes and design.
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Discover the Healing Brush
The healing brush is just an incredible tool in Photoshop 7 & CS. This tool alone is often worth the price of the software if you’re a professional photographer or retoucher. All you have to do is Alt/Opt click to choose a source point (aka ‘sample’) from which to heal or replace into with the healing brush. Try it out if you have the appropriate version of Photoshop. Choose a good part of skin that you want to heal into a bad part. And Alt click and then just use the brush to magically ‘heal’ the bad part. Photoshop does the actual job of somehow replacing and mixing the pixels. Once again you have brush options. You can also choose Pattern instead of sample if you want to really screw up this guy’s forehead. Photo is from my photos. com collezioni.
It will be up to you as the master of Photoshop and it’s tools to decide what parts to blend in where. Because the skin tone is generally consistent you can sample from a good part of it to heal a worse part; vs. sample from his hair to heal skin. On the PSDer Disc II: Techniques training I go over this tutorial in full motion right inside Photoshop.
Here you can see a before and after view. I only worked on it for about two minutes. It is so much better than the old school way of selecting with a lasso and copy pasting, the healing brush is just a godsend for all Photoshop users in retouching jobs.
You can create a snapshot in the history palette of where you’re at. This saves the current state of the document at the top of the palette. As long as the document’s open you can switch between different snapshots.
Here is the result after using the healing brush to ‘heal’ clear areas into the lacking areas for the touchup job. It’s a powerful tool.
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Discover the Background Eraser
Here is a demonstration of the background eraser tool. This tutorial will also morph into how to use it to get a selection. This is by no means my favorite way of getting a selection but the tool itself can come in handy in particular circumstances (such as touching up a ﬁnished selection/layer that has pixels left between frizzy long hair).
Get the tool and you can right click or use the options bar or brush palette to choose an eraser brush size. In most cases you’ll want a large one.
To erase the background simply move the background eraser around. It is the crosshairs in the middle that determine the point of what is going to be erased of everything that is within the circle of the brush. What is actually erased and to what degree is determined by the tolerance % level. In this case of varying greens on the grass I’m probably going to have to adjust the tolerance a bit. It’s best to use a regular eraser for vast expanses of background that need to be erased and use the background eraser when you want to erase close to your foreground subject that hopefully has a distinct color difference than the background (once again tolerance comes into play). A higher tolerance will erase pixels that are more and more different in color range from the original (or continuous) sample point of the crosshairs (see the sampling menu).
The difference between contiguous and discontiguous is really quite simple. Contiguous will erase everything that is within the color range closest to the crosshairs. If there is something in the way (such as a braid of hair) that breaks up the ﬂow of the closest color range, it won’t reach beyond to erase it (even if it is within the reach of the brush). For example here you see that contiguous isn’t getting that patch of green on the other side of her.
When you turn on ‘discontiguous’ (I hate typing that) the eraser will basically jump across the vastly different outside-the-color-range-braid-of-hair over to erase the within-range-color of the patch of grass. Try it out for yourself.
Keep using the magic eraser to go around the outskirts of the subject. It’s ok to overlap of course for example with his reddish black hair because it’s not in the sampling color range and tolerance of the crosshairs.
Here’s a spot for a regular eraser which you can use later because the erasing is leaving particles and it is getting too choppy. Remember that you have a lot of tools at your disposal to edit images with. It’s important to understand them all.
Here’s another example of discontiguous in action. Note how it jumps beyond off color range of the picnic basket to get to the in-color sampling range of the grass inside the handle.
Here’s a result of using the background eraser tool. It’s pretty accurate for creating a clearly deﬁned foreground object as long as you have a distinct background that separates them. When color ranges are too close together then you get a lot of spilling over and it gets ugly and even tolerance might not save you.
To take it further..I don’t use this method anymore..but you could now make an ofﬁcial selection of your work. Grab the Lasso tool (L) and draw a loose selection all the way around the subject.
Now switch to the moVe tool and nudge up once and then down once with your arrow keys on the keyboard. This will close the selection in around the subject.
Now you can do such things as make a new background layer by creating a new layer and then ﬁlling it with a color of your choice using any of my taught methods.
To ﬁll an entire layer you’ll want to Select: Deselect (Ctrl/Cmd D) the selection and then ﬁll otherwise you’ll ﬁll the selected area on a new layer. Make sure that layer is beneath the foreground layer in the layers palette. Grab a large regular eraser and just clean up the spots or pixel dust that is left behind on the layer of your foreground subject.
Prepare to ﬁll the background with another color if you want, after clearing up extraneous pixels.
Change the color if you want to, swipe a gradient, pull in a different background image with the moVe tool, add some text, etc. and you’re ready for print.
In this case I want you to know I didn’t spend the time cleaning up the rest of the foreground layer. Hopefully the designer in you is cringing and thinking what is that ugly red background doing with this nice family?...good you’re thinking. (I was in a hurry making 60 of these tutorials in a few days) Now pull in a background picture that would work nice in my other tutorials. I would also recommend a background if you want to keep any grass that would complement the foreground layer and which you could do some ‘radial gradient layer masking’ to get a perfect blend (zhooommmm). The more I look at this photo the more I wonder what I was thinking. But hopefully you learned the background eraser tool and much more in this tutorial. Check out many more Photoshop tutorials here; there’s lots to learn!
Discover the Polygonal Lasso Tool
Get the polygonal lasso tool from the lasso menu on the toolbar. Open up an image of a nice easy to select shape with a few straight lines such as this oriental heating duct.
To use the tool just click at each corner point and drag in a new direction. If you have a perfectly straight line or want one then hold down the shift key when going to your next intersection. You must complete a full lap all the way around to close off the selection properly. Now that you’ve made a selection of your object, right click and choose layer via copy. This will put (the selection of) the object onto its own layer.
This is pretty standard procedure and not that hard to master but it’s another important concept to understand and use in practicum. Now that it’s on it’s own layer you can grab the moVe tool in the upper right corner of the toolbar and move the layer around (weeee). You’ve basically duplicated a part of the image that you wanted to by selecting it (in this case with the polygonal lasso tool) and put it on it’s own space. The polygonal obviously works well with nice straight lines and corners which need to be selected (such as architecture).
In the ﬁrst instance I also added the brick base to the selection. This is how it would look by selecting it by itself. Remember that you can extend outside the bounds of the document and click a point out there with this tool.
Here I’m selecting the brick base and then cutting it (Ctrl/Cmd X) Edit: Cut to get rid of it from the new layer on top.
If you hide the background original layer then you can see the oriental lattice ﬂoating in midspace.
To create another replica of this red lattice, drag the layer to the new layer icon as shown in the layers palette. Now you have two layers of additional frames. You must fully comprehend and understand this Basic level of Photoshop before you can become a true guru and design the good shtuff (or you could cheat and do the design tutorials anyways).
Discover the Pen Tool & Paths
The pen tool can be quite difﬁcult to actually master when using for advanced drawing including making curved paths but for now I’ll give you an introduction to the pen tool and how to use it to make a selection. You can use the pen tool for drawing and creating your own custom shapes/vectors as paths or you can use it to make a selection. Here we’re going to use it to make a selection but you’ll be able to understand it enough to make a shape. Choose the pen tool (P).
Make sure that you are on ‘Paths’ in the middle of the options bar as shown. Since you are going to make a selection, just use it to ‘click’ in new anchor points along the edges of your subject as shown. Later you can use the pen/path editing tools to make adjustments. Just keep making anchor points around your subject staying as close to the edge as possible. You will have to meet both ends together to ‘close off’ the path you are creating.
Once you have closed off your newly created work path. You can view it in the Paths palette. When you click off of the Work Path and onto the grey area the Path you made will be de-selected. You can always come back to the Paths palette to turn on or off the different paths for display or editing.
Now, you can right click and choose ‘Make Selection’. This will convert the path into an actual selection that you can use. Note: You can also create selections into Work Paths. Photoshop is ﬂexible. The work path is just a way of storing (and taking up nanobits of space) your shape or selection (in the form of a custom shape). Now you should have a good understanding of what the pen tool can do. Some people use it to create vector design (yikes) I’d rather master Adobe Illustrator.
Here you can see that the Path is highlighted in the paths palette and that I’ve Ctrl Clicked on the layer icon to create a selection. Smaller marching ants... Now that you’ve used the pen tool to make your very ﬁrst pen tool selection, go to the layer you need to be on in the layers palette and switch to the moVe tool. Use the move tool to move the selection around then undo it in the history palette. Now you know the basics of the pen tool.
Here is the Move tool moving the path turned selection. Now you could do something like layer via copy to put it onto its own layer and work with (for graphic design or adjusting).
Discover Path Editing
Now I’m going to cover basic path editing. You can use the editing tools to modify your path/shape. This allows you to not only have more control, but to come back at a later time and ﬁx something up. Remember that Paths are stored in the Paths palette. If you start creating a path, close it off and then use the pen tool elsewhere on the document it will all be on one path. You can create a new path in the Paths palette by pressing the new path icon; this will help you keep things separate as with layers. The path selection tool allows you to select an entire path or if you have more than one to immediately switch between ‘selecting’ them. This will also reﬂect in the Paths palette. When it is selected, you can move the path itself around the screen.
There is also the Direct Selection Tool. This tool allows you individually adjust anchor points within your path.
Here you can see the path being moved with the Path Selection Tool.
Under the Pen tool there are some more options. You can Add an anchor point anywhere along the path itself. This is the same as clicking with the pen tool when you were originally making the path and it’s anchor points.
The delete anchor point tool does just what it says. Just place it right over an anchor point to get rid of it. You can also right click for these options when on the Pen tool (P). When using the tool itself or right clicking you can add an anchor point along the path and delete only when above an anchor point.
You can add or delete anchor points where you see ﬁt in order to help you in the making of your path and getting it more accurate for when you want to end up with a selection or your custom shape.
You can also use the Convert Point Tool. This ‘converts’ regular anchor points into more ﬂexible anchor points allowing you to move handles around and to create elliptical parts of paths. This is what really takes a while to...get a ‘handle’ on.
After you have converted an anchor point you can adjust it in many more ways such as working on top of/creating rounded corners as this chin. You can move and stretch the handle bars to create ellipses. Go ahead and try it out; get a feel for it. You can create some advanced paths (for your selections or shapes) when you have come close to mastering this. With this tool you can go in and make better and more accurate adjustments so you don’t have such harsh lines. Switch back to the direct selection tool to gain more control over this editing. Now you can move the entire anchor point with the handles where you want.
After you have converted points that need to have more editing ﬂexibility you can then move the handles and the anchor point itself to create the path that you want. Here I’m just dragging the curve handle way down to expand the ellipse between two points. If I wanted to I could keep adding anchor points, converting them, move them with the direct selection tool all the way around the entire subject (quite time consuming though). The advantage of the pen tool and paths is that you can save them and come back to ﬁx them and they give you the most precise control over shapes and selections.
Remember you could edit a selection by making it a work path, editing it and then convert it back to a selection. This is a lot of editing control and if you’re charging clients by the hour then it might work out well for you.
With the navigator you can also grab within the rectangle box and move it around to move the entire image. It looks really cool on a high res image when you’re zoomed in..try it out.
Record an Action
It’s fairly easy to record your own action. To start off, go to the actions palette now click on the folder icon. This will create your own set. Give it a name in the pop up window.
Now you can press the New Action icon. Enter a name for your new action (ie. scanned in image size, color balance adjustment, etc.) Now all you have to do is record your action by pressing Record. When you have completed all of your actions (going through your process as you would normally) you can press the Red circle Stop button. You can take your time when recording an action; it only remembers speciﬁc commands, not how much time it took you between steps.
Remember that an action is just a set of commands or steps that you would take within Photoshop (it can ‘record’ about anything you can do). You could record an action to make a simple 2 step image adjustment. By having it as an action in your actions palette, you can just open the other ﬁles and instead of having to go through the actual steps it would take to end up with the same result (same process) you can just press one button: Play (on your new action). An action is basically an automation step to simplify your workﬂow (for example if there’s a single process you ﬁnd yourself doing on many of images); it saves lots of time. Also by recording actions, you can later automate and batch ﬁles-many ﬁles all at once with the same action or sequence/process. This can save you HOURS of work. Here just record a simple action as I’m doing. I’m creating an action called imageweb. Once I press record I’m going to the Image: Image Size and changing the resolution to 72 for the web. Once I perss OK the step will be recorded (and anything else I do in the dialog box such as change the image width) in the action step. When recording an action you are actually doing the steps you would take on an actual open document and using that as your ‘master’.
Once you have completed your steps, just press stop. Actions can be as simple as a one-step process but can still save you time (press one button). Now open another image. With your actions palette open, select your action (just the name of it) which should already be there; and press PLAY. This will run the action on the document you’re working on. Instant automation. As a basic Photoshop user moving on, be aware of this tremendous power. Actions can get really advanced with stops, etc. You can even create and run entire batches to create templates out of a folder of ﬁles. The possibilities are endless!
Click on the original state of the document to go back to the ‘start’.
Understanding the Quick Mask
This is an important tutorial because it is introducing you to the quick mask. The quick mask is a powerful way to get great selections accurately and it’s very ﬂexible. First start off with the lasso tool and make a very loose selection around an object
Now that you have made a selection, you can view it at any time (and do further editing) in the quick mask mode. To enter the quick mask mode press the icon as shown right here (you can also toggle between regular and quick mask modes with the ‘Q’ keyboard shortcut). When you enter the quick mask mode you get a rubylith. This shows that areas that are de-selected in Red and the areas that are selected as clear.
You can further edit your selection in process (the quick mask becomes a temporary channel in the Channels palette and is gone when you exit the mode) by a number of ways including selection and ﬁlling (combined), gradient and using the brush tool (most common). Select the brush tool while you are in quick mask mode.
You can change the size of your brush in the brush dialog box in the options bar. Basically what you’re going to do is ‘paint in’ the areas that you want to deselect. In order to do this you also have to understand that black must be the foreground color in order to paint in red (don’t let this confuse you...if the rubylith was black you wouldn’t see anything) to deselect. To RESELECT you use white as your foreground color with the paintbrush. This is a very important concept I refer to often. Black hides pixels. White buys them back. It could take you a long time to get comfortable with this in an operational proﬁciency. I cover dozens of tutorials on quick masking and getting great selections in my Basic Photoshop DVD Training; this will help you fully grasp and know how to use all of these tools like a pro.
Also, when you choose any shade between white and black you will get different levels of opacity in the resulting selection. The closer to black you are the more invisible the pixels and the closer to white the shade of grey, the more visible the pixels will be. White is pure original pixels (buys back) and black is pure hidden (masked) or invisible. Because the quick mask is a grayscale channel, no other colors are involved, just white to black and shades of grey in between. These are what you will ‘paint’ with in order to select or deselect.
Switch the foreground color to white to retain the selection (clear) of the mountain edge.
Now just take your brush with black as the foreground color and ﬁll in the rest of the sky carefully. The rubylith just shows you the actual job that you are doing. Feel free to lower the size of the brush to get into smaller areas (use the bracket keys [ ] to make the brush size larger or smaller). If you accidentally (or purposefully) spillover and deselect an area with red use the shortcuts of D,X to switch and get white as your new foreground color. With white remember you are buying back pixels, or preserving them in the ultimate selection, so just eraser the red rubylith to where it spills over into your mountain or selection object.
Press the Edit in standard mode button or Q to exit quick mask, delete the temporary channel (which will return once you enter again) and see the selection job that you have created. You can always enter quick mask mode again to keep working on or editing your selection. I much prefer the quick mask mode personally than to edit selections by making them into work paths and using pen editing tools. With the brushes it usually gets a great selection every time with nice clean edges.
It might take a few minutes depending on the type of selection job and complexity (even for pro’s) but learning this method is really a time saver. Try using the rectangular marquee to get a selection like this (yikes). Remember that you can also combine other selection tools and you can use the gradient tool, making selections in the quick mask mode and then ﬁlling with either white or black or your shade of grey. You can also enter the quick mask mode from scratch without ﬁrst making any selection (not recommended) and then you can use a large brush to just start deselecting areas to close in around your selection with black as your foreground color.
Here is the view of the quick mask mode in the Channels palette where the temporary channel (grayscale) is created. Note that the black area is deselected and the white area is the ‘selected’ portion. The rubylith simply allows you to view your selection job in progress. Remember that you can also right click in standard mode (with selection tools such as the marquee...) to choose make work path. This is covered in another tutorial and is another (harder) way of editing your selections/paths. Make sure to go through the Photoshop DVD Tutorials and get lots of experience with quick masking. It’s a great way to get a lot of professional work done and fast.
Discover the Layer Mask
Use the eyedropper tool to get a sample of any color in your document. Click and the sample will not become the foreground color that you can work with.
For this educational tutorial, get an eyedropper sample to get your new foreground color in the color picker. Now drag the background layer of this photo to the new layer icon. This will duplicate the layer so you can change some pixels on. Switch back to the background layer by clicking on it so it’s highlighted in the layers palette. Now press the new layer icon to create a new and blank layer above the background layer.
Now you can ‘ﬁll’ this new layer with your foreground color several ways in which I teach. For now go to Edit: Fill and choose the default foreground color and press OK.
This will ﬁll the layer with the new color you have chosen from the eyedropper tool.
Select the original copy you made in the layers palette which should be above the ﬁll layer. Now click on the new layer mask icon.
What you are going to do is simply ‘hide’ pixels by using the layer mask; they’re still there just hidden. By hiding some of the pixels on this layer you can let the layer beneath blend into this layer.
Grab your gradient tool with black as the foerground color and choose foreground to transparent as shown.
Now simply drag up with the gradient tool from the bottom at a slight angle towards the top (about 3 screen inches worth). Because you are on the layer mask, these pixels will now be hidden.
In case you didn’t know it you are now learning my secret weapon (gradient layer masking). This is the #1 technique that professionals use in graphic design. It’s used in 90% of all movie posters (so that should say something). Any beginner can create professional results by mastering this process. Go to the channels palette and view the grayscale layer mask. Once again you can see the black area is the area that you have masked or hidden and the white is the area that is left. The red you see is the rubylith. You can click on and off with the \ key. Or you can turn the eye off in the channels palette to turn the rubylith on and off.
When you are done looking in the channels palette make sure that you reselect the RGB image composite to keep working on the document and layer.
When you right click on the layer mask you have many options to choose from. Try disable layer mask. This will turn it off with an X in the icon and will bring all your hidden/blended pixels back. This is so much better than erasing (using the layer mask).
Right click again and you can re-enable it. Remember that when using layer masks, if you want to keep hiding pixels you must make sure that the layer mask icon itself is highlighted in the layer. Otherwise you’ll think you’re hiding pixels and instead you’re on the layer itself instead of the layer MASK. It will take plenty of experience to get used to this. In the Basic Photoshop DVD training tutorials. I go through dozens of tutorials in which I am practically using the layer mask because I feel it is one of the most important things to master as Photoshop designer.
Choose a darker spot with your eyedropper tool.
Now select the ﬁll layer in the layers palette to make it the ‘active’ layer. Press alt backspace to ﬁll this layer with your new chosen color. Now we’re getting into design which I’m trying to keep strictly for photoshopdesigner.com and photoshopdesign.net but by combining different techniques here you can get a feel for how easy it is to create some nice work (where you’re headed). Grab your type tool and just enter some complimentary text that you think would ﬁt with the image you’ve chosen. I have 100’s of images from Photos.com that are personal picks (being a visual person) and are of the highest quality. I highly recommend a subscription to Photos.com
Combining a few more things here, go to the Shapes tool (U) and choose a shape. You can also use the ﬂyout menu to add All and then choose append. This will ‘load’ all of the default shapes for you to choose from. In the video tutorials I also show you how to create your own custom shapes or ‘vectors’.
After appending, you can see all of the options.
You can have all kinds of fun playing around with these shapes but it’s really cool when you deliberately start to put together a ‘design’. It’s then that the individual components start ‘adding up’.
To make things simple, just keep the option on shape layers. Now drag across with your chosen shape to the size you think it should be.
Remember that it will ﬁll with your foreground color. If you want to change the color of the shape layer just click the color picker on the upper right in the options bar. Remember that you have lots of tools at your disposal. Go to Edit: Free Transform. Now hold the Ctrl key and angle your object in to the center as shown.
To add some more pizazz to your shape layer you can go to the blending options/layer effects and do smoe fun stuff. Try a gradient overlay and choose one that is close to your color theme. You can also change the angle or scale of the gradient which will apply to the layer. You can also create your own custom gradients. I teach this in some of the other tutorials and in the videos. Here I’ve chosen a custom made gradient.
Here is the shortcut to getting the gradient overlay effect.
Here is the result of just a few of these basic Photoshop skills put together. The fun has only just begin. It gets exciting when YOU start harnessing all of the Power that lies in Photoshop with your creativity and new knowledge of Photoshop. Just wait until you see what you can do!
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