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Parts From: Learning Media Design with Adobe CS3
Parts From: Learning Media Design with Adobe CS3

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Exercise 34 Photoshop CS3 About Photoshop Create a New Image Photoshop Tools Choose a Foreground or Background Color Select a Drawing Mode Commit a Change Learning Objectives Skills Covered ID: 541115 Download Presentation

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Parts From: Learning Media Design with Adobe CS3Exercise 34

Photoshop CS3Slide2

About Photoshop

Create a New Image

Photoshop ToolsChoose a Foreground or Background ColorSelect a Drawing ModeCommit a Change

Learning

Objectives: Skills

CoveredSlide3

Design tool to create, correct, & enhance images

Known as THE industry standard

Allows you to…Select portions of an image for manipulationCorrect image flawsEnhance images with color & special effects

Photoshop BasicsSlide4

Designed for work with bitmap (raster) images

Created from groups of pixels of various colors

Photoshop BasicsSlide5

Read Pages 174 to 178

Read for InformationSlide6

Click File (Alt + F)

Click

New (N)(Optional) Click Name (Alt + N) and type image name

Click

Preset

(Alt + P, ↓) if desired and select preset size

OR

Click

Width

(Alt + W) and type value

Click Height (Alt + H) and type value

Create a New Image(Ctrl + N)Slide7

Click Resolution (Alt + R) and type resolution value

Click

Color Mode (Alt + M, ↓) and select desired modeClick Background Contents (Alt + C, ↓) and select background color option

Click

OK

and Enter

Create a New Image(Ctrl + N)Slide8

Move pointer over toolView name and shortcut key in tool tip.

Display Toolbox NamesSlide9

Click on tool that shows a small triangle at bottom right.Hold down mouse button until hidden toolbar displays

Display Hidden Toolbar ToolsSlide10

To set color using the toolbox:

Click

Set foreground color or Set background color button on toolbox to open the open the Color Picker.Click a hue in the color slider (narrow band) in middle of Color Picker dialog box.

Click a color in the select foreground color field

The name of the large field box at the left is Select background color when you're selecting a background color.

Click

OK

(Enter)

Choose a

Foreground or Background ColorSlide11

To set color using the Color Palette:

Display color palette if necessary (F6)

Click Set foreground color or Set background color button, if needed

Drag color sliders as desired,

OR

click a color in the color ramp,

OR

create a color using the color picker.

Choose a

Foreground or Background ColorSlide12

To set color using the Swatches palette:

Display swatches palette.

Click desired color swatch to set foreground color.Ctrl + click desired color swatch to set background color

Choose a

Foreground or Background ColorSlide13

Click Switch Foreground and Background Colors

button on toolbox

ORPress X

Switch

Foreground and Background ColorsSlide14

Click

Default Foreground and Background Colors

button on toolboxOR

Press D

Reset Foreground and Background Colors to DefaultsSlide15

Select a shape tool or the pen tool from the toolbox.Click the desired drawing mode on the options bar:

Shape Layers

PathsFill PixelsSelect a Drawing ModeSlide16

Make a change using the text tool or another tool that requires changes to be committedClick

Commit

button on the options bar (Enter)ORClick cancel button (Esc)

Commit a ChangeSlide17

Complete Exercise 34Page 179Complete “On Your Own”

Page 180

Practice