# Customize Photoshop for Your Projects- P2

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## Customize Photoshop for Your Projects- P2

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Customize Photoshop for Your Projects- P2: Using Photoshop CS5 you can improve photographs, repurpose them, or start with a blank canvas to create original designs. Because printed images and Web images have different limits on the range of colors that they can represent, you need to set the working color space for your project.

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3. ● The first photo appears in the active selection. # # Click the Move tool. $Click and drag in the area to reposition it.$ Note: You can optionally resize the photo in the selection to fit better by clicking Edit and selecting Free Transform. Press and hold Shift as you move the corner handles of the bounding box. % Click Opacity and drag to the left to reduce the Layer Opacity to blend the images more naturally. % Try This! Customize It! Did You Know? You can make When you use a pen tablet to paint You can add a layer mask to a layer by two images blend on a layer mask, you can easily clicking the Layer Mask button ( ) in together with a control how much of the image you the Layers panel or by clicking the smooth transition reveal with each brush stroke by Pixel Mask button ( ) in the Masks by using the setting the brush opacity to respond panel. Ô+click (Ctrl+click) a mask Gradient tool ( ) to pen pressure. Click the Brushes button to add a white layer mask that to apply a black- thumbnail to open the Brushes reveals all on that layer. Option+click to-white gradient Presets. Click Shape Dynamics and (Alt+click) a mask button to add a on the layer mask. set Size Jitter Control to Pen black layer mask that conceals Pressure. everything on that layer. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 41
5. @ Press Ô+J (Ctrl+J) to duplicate the selection onto its own layer. # Click Layer 0 (the duplicated layer) to select it. $Click the Adjustment Layer button in the Layers panel. % Click Gradient. % #$ The base image is covered with a white-to-transparent gradient fill. ^ Click OK in the Gradient Fill dialog box or change the attributes. The shape highlights the subject of the photo. ^ More Options! Try This! You can access more custom shapes Create a gradient fill with than the default set by clicking the a color from your image. Custom Shape button ( ) in the Click the Foreground Options bar and clicking the Shape arrow Color box to open the to open the menu. When you click the Color Picker. Move the arrow on that menu, you can select one cursor outside of the of the shape groups at the bottom of the Color Picker dialog box menu or select All to see all the installed and click a color from shapes at once. Then double-click a your image. Click OK to shape thumbnail to select it. close the dialog box. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 43
9. 7 Continue changing the 7 brush size and clicking and dragging in the image to select more areas. 8 Press and hold Option ! (Alt). ● The tool temporarily changes to the Subtract from Selection tool. 9 Click in areas that you want to remove from the selection. 9 0 Press and hold the spacebar and click in the image to move to a different area. ! Click any other areas to remove them from the selection. @ Press Ô+J (Ctrl+J) to put the selection on its own layer. ● The selected area appears on a new layer above the Background layer. Enhance It! Keyboard More Options! You can click the Auto-Enhance Shortcuts! To quickly zoom in and option in the Options bar To quickly change out of the photo to make ( changes to ) to reduce the brush size as you it easier to select the the roughness of the selection work, you can use the subject, press Ô+spacebar boundary and extend the keyboard. Press the left (Ctrl+spacebar) to zoom selection toward the edges it bracket key to decrease in and Option+spacebar detects. Depending on the the brush size or the (Alt+spacebar) to zoom speed of your computer, adding right bracket key to out as you select different the Auto-Enhance option may increase the brush size. areas. slow the selection process. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 47
11. 7 Click and drag the Smooth slider to create a smoother selection outline. 8 Click and drag the Feather slider to create a softer-edged transition. 9 Click and drag the Shift 7 Edge slider to adjust the 8 selection edges. 9 0 Click Decontaminate 0 Colors ( changes to ). ! Click and drag the Amount slider to replace ! the color fringes with the color of the subject. @ Repeat steps 4 to 11 to make the best selection possible. # Click here to have the selected area appear as a selection or a mask on the current layer or placed on a new layer. $Click OK to save the selection. ● Your refined selection appears on the image as a New Layer or as a New Layer with Layer Mask. #$ Try This! Did You Know? Important! You can use a keyboard Moving the Radius slider Clicking the shortcut to quickly change improves the edge of the Decontaminate the preview mode when selection and helps in areas Colors option in step using the Refine Edge with more detail. Increasing the 10 requires the panel. Press F to cycle Contrast amount sharpens the selection to be through each preview edges of the selection. The placed on a new mode. Press X to Smooth slider removes jagged layer or document temporarily view the edges of a selection, and the because it changes original image. Feather slider adds a uniform the colors of pixels. blur to the selection edge. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 49
13. 9 Click the Switch Colors icon to reverse the foreground and background colors and 0 make white the foreground color. 0 Paint over any areas that you do not want @ selected. ! Click the Switch Colors icon to make black the 9 foreground color. ! @ Continue painting until the whole area is # covered in red. # Click the Quick Mask Mode button to turn off the Quick Mask mode. $● Dashed lines indicate the areas that were covered with the red overlay and are not selected. Note: You can optionally press % Option+spacebar (Alt+spacebar) to zoom back out to see the edges of the image.$ Click Select. % Click Inverse. The selection now includes only the area you painted in the Quick Mask mode. Caution! Important! More Options! Remember that you are You may need to If the image you are painting on is creating a mask, which feather a selection very red, change the masking actually selects the before you make color. Double-click the Quick Mask inverse of the area you adjustments. After you Mode button ( ) and click the are painting over. You invert the selection, color box in the Quick Mask must invert the selection click Select and click Options dialog box to pick a new by clicking Select and Refine Edge to adjust color. You can also reduce the selecting Inverse before the selection using the default mask opacity of 50% if you make adjustments to Refine Edge panel as in necessary to see the selected area the selected area. the previous task. below the mask more clearly. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 51
17. 8 Click the first soft-edge brush in the Brush 8 picker. 9 9 Click and drag the Size slider to adjust the size. 0 Click the Smart Filter layer mask thumbnail to select it. ! Click Default Colors @ icon to restore the default black and white foreground and ! 0 background, making sure black is the foreground color. @ Click in the image to paint with black to remove the filter from specific areas. ● The painted areas appear black in the layer mask, and the filters are removed from those areas in the photo. # Double-click the filter name to reopen the dialog box and adjust the filter’s settings. $Click OK.$ # Try This! More Options! Did You Know? Click the triangle ( ) by the Smart To change the effect when using You can copy a Smart Object layer to reveal the Smart multiple Smart Filters, click and drag Filter or a group of Smart Filters or any layer effects applied to one Smart Filter above or below Filters to another Smart the layer. Double-click the Edit another one in the Layers panel. To Object layer in the Layers Blending Options button ( ) next delete an individual Smart Filter, click panel by pressing Option to the Smart Filter. A blending mode its name and drag it to the Layers (Alt) and dragging the dialog box appears. Click Mode to panel trash ( ). To delete all the Smart Filter. However, select a different blending mode. Smart Filters on a layer at once, click you cannot drag a Smart Click Opacity to drag the slider to a and drag the text Smart Filters on the Filter onto a regular different percentage. Smart Object layer to the trash. layer. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 55
19. ! Photoshop automatically aligns the layers based on the content. 0 Shift+click all the layers 612651 fg0247 in the Layers panel. ! Click Edit. % is missing; this @ Click Auto-Blend layers. # Click Stack Images is here as a @ # in the dialog box ( changes to ). placeholder.  Click Seamless Tones and Colors in the dialog box ( changes to ). 0 % Click OK. Photoshop automatically blends the layers. ^ Click the Crop tool. ^ * & Click and drag in the image to select the finished composite. * Click the Commit button to apply the crop. & Note: You can optionally click Layer and click Flatten Image to combine all the layers into one composite image. Did You Know? More Options! Try This! The Auto-Align After applying the Auto- Ô+click (Ctrl+click) command Align command, you can directly on one of automatically click Edit and Free the layer masks in changes the locked Transform and then use the Layers panel to Background layer the anchor points to fine- see what areas were into a regular layer tune the alignment or added or removed and changes the even to make tonal from one layer. name to Layer 0. adjustments by changing exposure differences between layers. Chapter 2: Work with Layers, Selections, and Masks 57