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Photoshop CS6 bible

Author: Lisa DaNae Dayley; Brad Dayley
Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Overview: The comprehensive, soup-to-nuts guide to Photoshop, fully updated. Photoshop CS6, used for both print and digital media, is the industry leader in image-editing software. The newest version adds some exciting new features, and this bestselling guide has been revised to cover each of them, along with all the basic information you need to get started. Learn to use all the tools, including the histogram  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa DaNae Dayley; Brad Dayley
ISBN: 9781118123881 1118123883
OCLC Number: 797198085
Description: xxxvii, 1065 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
Part 1: Getting Started With Adobe Photoshop CS6: --
Chapter 1: Introducing Adobe Photoshop CS6: --
Discovering the versatile world of Photoshop: --
Knowing when to use Photoshop --
Understanding the limitations of Photoshop --
Looking at what's new in Photoshop CS6 --
Summary --
Chapter 2: Exploring the Photoshop workspace: --
Touring the workspace: --
Cruising the Photoshop menu bar --
Looking at the document workspace: --
Changing the view size of a document --
Viewing document information --
Arranging the view of multiple documents --
Understanding the toolbox and tool options bar --
Understanding panels --
Using workspace presets --
Exploring the Photoshop menu bar: --
Using the file menu --
Exploring the edit menu --
Using the image menu: --
Ruler tool --
Count tool --
Record measurements --
Set measurement scale --
Select data points --
Place scale marker --
Understanding the layer menu --
Examining the type menu --
Using the select menu --
Exploring the filter menu --
Understanding the 3D menu --
Using the view menu: --
Proof options --
Extras and show --
Rulers --
Snap and snap to --
New guide, lock guides, and clear guides --
Lock slices and clear slices --
Exploring the window menu --
Using the help menu: --
Photoshop help --
Deactivate --
Exploring panels --
Understanding the tools in the toolbox --
Configuring presets: --
Selecting tool presets --
Managing presets --
Creating presets --
Setting preferences: --
Updating general preferences --
Arranging interface preferences --
Setting file handling preferences --
Adjusting performance preferences --
Configuring cursors preferences --
Setting transparency & gamut preferences --
Using units & rulers preferences --
Adjusting guides, grid, and slices preferences --
Configuring plug-ins preferences --
Setting type preferences --
Adjusting 3D preferences --
Customizing shortcuts and menus: --
Customizing menus --
Customizing shortcuts --
Summary --
Chapter 3: Performing image basics: --
Exploring file types: --
Understanding compressed versus uncompressed --
Using raster versus vector --
Introducing HDR images --
Understanding image files: --
Photoshop (PSD; PDD) --
Tagged image file format (TIF; TIFF) --
Joint photographic experts group (JPG; JPEG; JPE) --
JPEG 2000 (JP2; JPX) --
CompuServ GIF (GIF) --
Portable Network Graphics (PNG) --
Bitmap (BMP; RLE; DIB) --
RAW (RAW; CR; CR2; DNG; and several others) --
Portable bitmap (PBM; PGM; PPM; PNM; PFM; PAM) --
Wireless bitmap (WBM; WBMPI) --
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS; AI3; AI8; PS; EPSP; EPSF) --
Photoshop PDF (PDF; PDP) --
Personal computer eXchange (PCX) --
PICT (PCT; PICT) --
Pixar (PXR) --
Flash XML graphics (FXG) --
Google Earth 4 (KMZ) --
Photoshop Big (PSB) --
OpenEXR (EXR) --
Cineon (CIN) --
Interchange File Format (IFF; TDI) --
Scitex CT (SCT) --Targa (TGA; VDA; ICB; VST) --
Radiance (HDR; RGBE; XYZE) --
Understanding video files --
Supporting 3D file formats --
Supporting the DICOM file format --
Creating and opening images: --
Creating a new image --
Opening an existing image --
Opening an existing image as a specific file type --
Saving an image --
Resizing files and adjusting resolution: --
Understanding resolution --
Changing the image size and resolution: --
Understanding the resolution and size relationship --
Understanding resizing algorithms in Photoshop --
Adjusting the image size and resolution --
Changing the canvas size --
Cropping and straightening images --
Using general guidelines for cropping a photo: --
Getting rid of background clutter --
Preserving aspect ratio --
Applying the rule of thirds --
Giving your subject somewhere to go --
Closing in on your subject --
Telling a story with a photo --
Cropping an image: --
Using the crop tool --
Cropping an image to a different perspective --
Cropping using the selection tools --
Straightening an image: --
Rotating and flipping images --
Rotating while cropping --
Using the crop and straighten tool --
Using the ruler tool --
Trimming a border --
Summary --
Chapter 4: Understanding colors, histograms, levels, and curves: --
Knowing color basics: --
Understanding color --
Looking at color, intensity, and the human eye --
Understanding channels and levels --
Adjusting with histograms: --
Understanding histograms: --
Determining overexposure and underexposure in an image --
Determining color balance in an image --
Using the histogram panel: --
Setting histogram panel options --
Selecting channels --
Selecting a source --
Understanding statistics --
Adjusting images with the histogram tools: --
Using the handles to adjust the histogram --
Using the eyedroppers to adjust the histogram --
Adjusting levels with the curves tool: --
Understanding curves --
Using the curves tool --
Working in different color modes: --
Understanding the different color modes: --
Bitmap --
Grayscale --
Duotone --
Indexed color --
RGB color --
CMYK color --
Lab color --
Multichannel --
Learning about bits per channel --
Choosing colors --
Choosing colors with the color picker tool --
Using the color panel --
Using the swatches panel --
Selecting color from an image with the eyedropper tool --
Understanding the color sampler tool --
Using the HUD color picker --
Summary --
Chapter 5: Applying history and actions: --
Understanding Photoshop's non-destructive features --
Using the history panel: --
Understanding the history panel: --
Configuring the history panel --
Navigating through history states --
Using snapshots --
Creating documents --
Deleting history --
Painting from history: --
Using the eraser tool in the history panel --
Using the history brush --
Making use of the art history brush --
Using selections when painting history --
Creating and using automated actions: --
Understanding the actions panel --
Loading existing action sets --
Creating custom actions --
Editing actions: --
Adding a stop --
Adding operations --
Moving operations --
Duplicating actions and operations --
Modifying operations --
Deleting an operation --
Modifying the action name and function key --
Saving actions --
Adjusting action settings temporarily by using the toggle boxes --
Playing actions --
Managing the action list --
Summary --
Chapter 6: Using bridge to organize and process files: --
Working in the bridge workspaces: --
Examining the bridge utility --
Main menu bar --
Toolbar --
Window panes --
Content view controls --
Using the bridge workspaces --
Organizing files in bridge: --
Importing images from cameras and card readers: --
Get photos from --
Location --
Create subfolder(s) --
Rename files --
Open Adobe bridge --
Convert to DNG --
Delete original files --
Save copies to --
Apply metadata --
Working with image metadata --
Assigning ratings and labels to files --
Assigning keywords to files: --
Adding an existing keyword to a file --
Adding a new keyword --
Inserting a new subkeyword --
Finding a keyword in the list --
Renaming and deleting keywords --
Renaming files --
Finding files: --
Locating files using the filter panel --
Tracking files using the find tool --
Viewing files using the review mode utility --
Using collections: --
Creating collections --
Creating smart collections --
Creating stacks --
Deleting versus rejecting files --
Processing images using bridge and Photoshop: --
Opening images in Photoshop: --
Placing images in Photoshop --
Loading files as Photoshop layers --
Opening in camera raw --
Processing multiple files using the batch interface --
Using the image processor interface --
Merging photos: --
Using Photoshop photomerge --
Using Photoshop merge to HDR --
Auto-merging images into HDR and panoramic images --
Creating PDFs and Web galleries: --
Creating a PDF --
Creating a Web gallery --
Using the mini-bridge tool in Photoshop --
Summary --
Part 2: Working With Camera Raw Images: --
Chapter 7: Exploring camera raw basics: --
Looking at camera raw benefits: --
Keeping original CMOS information --
Editing non-destructively --
Saving time --
Understanding camera raw file types: --
Creating an XMP sidebar file --
Converting RAW formats to DNG files --
Opening images in camera raw --
Getting to know the camera raw workspace --
Changing your workflow options: --
Setting the color space --
Choosing a bit depth --
Adjusting image size --
Setting the resolution --
Applying output sharpening --
Opening images as smart objects --
Setting preferences: --
Saving images: --
Changing image settings --
Applying sharpening --
Changing the default image settings --
Modifying the camera raw cache --
Handling DNG files --
Handling JPEG and TIFF file formats --
Using the camera raw panel menu --
Creating snapshots --
Saving presets --
Exporting camera raw files --
Summary --
Chapter 8: Processing photos with camera raw: --
Getting to know the camera raw tools --Synchronizing adjustments in multiple RAW images --
Adjusting the white balance: --
Using the white balance tool --
Changing the lighting settings --
Using the temperature and tint sliders --
Adjusting lighting --
Adjusting color and clarity: --
Tweaking clarity, vibrance, and saturation --
Adjusting the tone curve --
Parametric panel --
Point tab --
Adjusting hue, saturation, and luminance: --
Hue adjustments --
Saturation adjustments --
Luminace adjustments --
Creating a grayscale photo --
Using a split toning --
Correcting and retouching: --
Cloning and spot removal --
Removing red-eye --
Using the adjustment brush: --
Setting the mask options --
Using the pins --
Setting the brush options --
Setting the adjustment options --
Creating a graduated filter --
Creating artistic effects: --
Adding grain to your image --
Adding a vignette --
Correcting camera quirks: --
Making lens corrections --
Setting camera calibration --
Reducing noise and adjusting sharpness: --
Reducing noise --
Sharpening --
Summary --
Part 3: Working With Selections, Layers, And Channels: --
Chapter 9: Creating selections: --
Getting familiar with the select menu --
Using the selection tools: --
Exploring the marquee tools: --
Using the rectangular marquee tool --
Using the elliptical marquee tool --
Looking at the lasso tools --
Using the lasso tool --
Using the polygonal lasso tool --
Using the magnetic lasso tool --
Examining the quick selection tools: --
Looking at the quick selection tool --
Working with the quick selection tool --
Looking at the magic wand tool --
Working with the magic wand tool --
Refining your selection: --
Adjusting a selection: --
Using the selection tools --
Transforming a selection --
Using paths --
Using quick mask mode --
Refining the edges: --
Changing your view mode --
Using the edge detection options --
Adjusting edges --
Choosing output settings --
Using the color range selector --
Summary --
Chapter 10: Learning all about layers: --
Introducing layers: --
Understanding multiple layers --
Adding new layers: --
Adding another document as a new layer --
Adding text or shapes as a new layer --
Creating selections to make a new layer --
Using the layer menus: --
Getting to know the layer menu --
Getting to know the layers panel menu --
Looking at the layers panel: --
Filtering layers --
Changing the opacity and fill settings --
Changing the lock settings --
Blending modes: --
Choosing normal and dissolve blending modes --
Using darkening blending modes --
Using lightening blending modes --
Adding contrast blending modes --
Using difference blending modes --
Looking at the color blending modes --
Blending images using blending modes --
Linking layers --
Creating layer styles, layer masks, and fill and adjustment layers --
Grouping layers --
Creating a blank layer --
Throwing layers away --
Applying worry-free fill and adjustment layers: --
Choosing a fill or adjustment layer --
Learning the basics of fill layers --
Learning the basics of adjustment layers --
Editing the properties of a fill or adjustment layer --
Creating layer style special effects: --
Choosing a layer style --
Adjusting layer style options --
Creating a separate layer from a layer style --
Creating smart objects: --
Converting a layer to a smart object --
Adding smart filters --
Making changes to smart filters --
Manipulating layer masks: --
Creating masks: --
Using the add layer mask icon --
Using the refine edge dialog box --
Creating type masks --
Looking at clipping masks --
Editing masks: --
Making changes to a mask by painting on the image --
Editing masks using the channels panel --
Editing masks using the properties panel --
Unlinking and moving masks --
Creating layer comps --
Merging layers --
Summary --
Chapter 11: Exploring channels: --
Understanding color channels --
Using the channel mixer: --
Mixing colors with the channel mixer --
Swapping colors --
Converting color to grayscale --
Using the channels panel: --
Selecting channels --
Deleting channels --
Duplicating channels --
Splitting and merging channels --
Sharing channels between images --
Making channel selections --
Understanding the alpha channel: --
Creating alpha channels --
Loading selections from alpha channels --
Modifying alpha channels --
Understanding alpha channels versus layer masks --
Changing the channel options for alpha channels --
Using spot color channels: --
Creating a spot color channel --
Merging spot color channels --
Removing ink overlap using spot color channels --
Summary --
Part 4: Enhancing, Correcting, And Retouching Images: --
Chapter 12: Optimizing adjustment workflow: --
Understanding workflow --
Making auto adjustments --
Creating adjustment layers --
Making adjustments using the properties panel --
Summary --
Chapter 13: Lighting and color adjustments: --
Applying quick adjustments to light and color: --
Adjusting brightness and contrast versus exposure: --
Using the brightness/contrast tool to adjust lighting --
Using the exposure tool to adjust lighting --
Changing the color balance --
Making selective color adjustments --
Applying photo filter to images --
Replacing specific colors --
Using the variations tool --
Changing the shadows and highlights in images: --
Fixing shadows --
Fixing highlights --
Adjusting after shadows or highlights are corrected --
Creating customized black-and-white photos --
Fine-tuning hue and saturation: --
Using the hue/saturation tool --
Adjusting the hue and saturation to make colors pop --
Adjusting levels: --
Using the levels adjustment tool --
Configuring the auto levels adjustment --
Adjusting levels to increase detail in images --
Making adjustments with curves: --
Using the curves tool --
Configuring the curves tool --
Configuring the auto curves tool --
Adjusting the curve to correct color and contrast in images --
Using the match color to change colors --
Working with HDR images: --
Creating HDR images --
Converting HDR images to 8 bits per channel --
Summary --
Chapter 14: Applying sharpness, blur, and noise adjustments: --
Using sharpening filters to sharpen images: --
Understanding basic sharpening filters --
Using the unsharp mask filter --
Applying smart sharpen --
Using blur filters to soften images: --
Understanding the automatic blur filters --
Using the Gaussian, box, and shape blur filters: --
Gaussian blur --
Box blur --
Shape blur --
Creating a direction blur: --
Adding a motion blur to an image --
Radial blur --
Adding a surface blur --
Applying a smart blur --
Faking lens blur: --
Preview --
Depth map --
Iris --
Specular highlights --
Noise --
Introducing the blur gallery: --
Using the blur gallery options bar --
Using the on-image controls --
Applying a field blur --
Applying an iris blur --
Applying a tilt-shift blur --
Adding blur effects in the blur gallery --
Reducing noise in an image: --
Using the despeckle filter --
Applying a median filter --
Reducing dust and scratches --
Reducing noise --
Adding noise --
Summary --
Chapter 15: Cleaning up digital images with cloning and healing tools: --
Using the healing brush tools: --
Using the spot healing brush: --
Proximity match --
Create texture --
Content-aware --
Using the healing brush --
Fixing larger blemishes with the patch tool --
Using the content-aware fill --
Using the remix tool --
Fixing red-eye --
Using the clone stamp tool --
Looking over the clone stamp options --
Learning the basics of cloning --
Utilizing the clone source panel --
Using the clone and healing brushes together for optimal effect --
Fixing damaged photos --
Swapping faces with multiple images --
Summary --
Part 5: Using Paint, Paths, Shapes, And Text Tools: --
Chapter 16: Editing with paintbrush tools: --
Painting in Photoshop --
Understanding the painting tools: --
Working with painting tools in blending modes: --
Choosing a basic blending mode option --
Applying a darkening blending mode --
Selecting a lightening blending mode --
Adding contrast blending modes --
Blending two layers --
Finishing with a color blending mode --
Applying color with painting tools --
Painting with editing tools: --
Making quick fixes with the healing tools --
Choosing a stamp tool to replace pixels --
Using history tools --
Choosing an eraser tool --
Selecting the right sharpen, blur, or smudge tool --
Choosing a dodge, burn, or sponge tool --
Painting with mixing tools --
Using the brush panel: --
Selecting the brush tip shape: --
Selecting flat brush shapes --
Choosing bristle brush shapes --
Selecting erodible tip brush shapes --
Selecting airbrush shapes --
Setting the brush behavior: --
Configuring the shape dynamics settings --
Creating a scattering effect --
Applying a texture effect --
Applying the dual brush strokes --
Painting with multiple colors simultaneously --
Controlling the brush stroke with transfer option --
Using the brush presets panel --
Painting with non-brush painting tools: --
Applying paint to layers --
Filling a selection with a color or pattern --
Applying a gradient fill --
Creating custom gradients --
Applying painting techniques --
Painting from a blank canvas --
Tracing edges from an existing image --
Using wet paint on an existing image --
Summary --
Chapter 17: Working with paths and vector shapes: --
Understanding paths: --
Building path components --
Defining types of paths --
Exploring the vector path: --
Using the pen tools: --
Pen tools --
Pen tool options --
Using the path selection tools: --
Path selection tools --
Path selection tool options --
Understanding the paths panel --
Free transforming paths --
Exploring paths: --
Creating a path --
Creating vector shapes from paths --
Creating a clipping mask --
Creating vector masks --
Using vector shape tools: --
Working with vector shape tools: --
Rectangle tool --
Rounded rectangle tool --
Ellipse tool --
Polygon tool --
Custom shape tool --
Adding vector shape layers --
Adding custom vector shapes --
Editing a vector shape --
Summary --
Chapter 18: Working with text: --
Learning a little bit about text --
Using the text tools to add text to images: --
Setting type preferences --
Using the text tools to add text --
Adding text as a point type --
Adding text as a paragraph type --
Editing vector text layers: --
Edit type --
Check spelling --
Find and replace text --
Rasterize type --
Create work path --
Convert to shape --
Horizontal/vertical options --
Anti-alias adjustment --
Faux formatting --
Convert to point text/paragraph text --
Warp text --
Layer style --
Using the character panel --
Applying paragraph panel settings --
Using the character and paragraph styles panels: --
Creating and managing character styles --
Creating and managing paragraph styles --
Applying text to images: --
Adding text on a path: --
Applying text to a path --
Editing text on a path --
Constraining text using a vector shape --
Adding text in a smart object --
Applying text as a mask --
Summary --
Part 6: Creating Artistic Effects: --
Chapter 19: Distorting images: --
Using transformations: --
Understanding the importance of the reference point --
Scaling images --
Rotating images --
Skewing images --
Distorting images --
Changing the perspective of images --
Using the warp transformation --
Using free transform --
Using the content-aware scale feature --
Using the puppet warp tool --
Having fun with the liquefy filter --
Identifying the liquefy tools --
Looking at tool options --
Saving a mesh --
Restoring your image with reconstruct and restore all --
Modifying the mask options selections --
Using the view options --
Changing perspective with vanishing point --
Correcting wide-angle lens distortions --
Summary --
Chapter 20: Applying filters: --
Looking at artistic effects filters: --
Exploring artistic filters --
Discovering brush stroke filters --
Examining distort filters --
Checking out the pixelate filters --
Considering the render filters --
Looking into the sketch filters --
Using the stylize filters --
Delving into texture filters --
Defining the other menu --
Exploring the filter gallery: --
Looking at the preview pane --
Checking out the filter thumbnail pane --
Looking at the options pane --
Using smart objects to make filter adjustments --
Creating a custom filter --
Summary --
Chapter 21: Combining images: --
Creating seamless composites --
Combining files --
Adjusting and transforming new layers --
Blending composite files: --
Refining edges --
Creating a drop shadow --
Changing fill or opacity settings --
Changing the blending mode --
Creating a fill or adjustment layer --
Using masks to tuck in a composite file --
Using multiple images to create a photo collage --
Using photomerge to create a panorama --
Summary --
Part 7: Working With 3D Images: --
Chapter 22: Creating and manipulating 3D Objects: --
Understanding 3D file formats --
Looking at the 3D workspace --
Looking at the 3D panel --
Learning about the properties panel when 3D objects are selected --
Looking at 3D objects in the layers panel --
Finding the 3D tools --
Using the picture in picture window --
Opening and placing 3D files in Photoshop --
Creating 3D files in Photoshop: --
Selecting a source for a 3D object --
Creating a 3D postcard --
Creating a 3D extrusion: --
Defining an extrusion using the mesh properties --
Transforming a 3D extrusion using the deform properties --
Changing the surfaces of a 3D extrusion using the cap properties --
Making a 3D shape from a preset --
Creating a 3D mesh from a depth map --
Creating a 3D volume --
Manipulating 3D objects: --
Using the 3D tools: --
Turning 3D objects around a central point --
Moving a 3D object through 3D space --
Using the 3D axis widget --
Typing in coordinates for your 3D object --
Summary --
Chapter 23: Editing 3D scenes and settings: --
Looking at the 3D panel --
Working with a whole 3D scene: --
Changing the properties of a 3D environment: --
Changing the global ambient light --
Using image based lighting --
Adjusting the ground plane properties --
Changing the background settings --
Setting the properties of a 3D scene: --
Creating cross-sections --
Changing the render properties --
Changing the current view: --
Setting the view --
Changing the perspective --
Adjusting the depth of field --
Creating a stereo image --
Working with mesh layers --
Editing the textures and materials of a 3D object: --
Editing textures --
Editing materials --
Creating and modifying 3D lights: --
Adding new lights --
Positioning lights --
Changing the properties of a 3D light --
Summary --
Chapter 24: Using Photoshop tools with 3D layers: --
Using 3D paint mode: --
Hiding areas on a 3D object --
Painting on a 3D object: --
Painting color on a 3D object --
Painting textures on a 3D object --
Adjustments, layer styles, and filters: --
Applying an adjustment to a 3D layer --
Adding a layer style to a 3D layer --
Applying a filter to a 3D layer --
Using 3D layers as smart objects --
Creating composites: --
Flying a carpet over a lake: --
Creating a 3D rug --
Placing the flying carpet into an image --
Adding details to complete the flying carpet composite --
Giving the moon away: --
Creating a gift box --
Creating the moon --
Making a present of the moon --
Summary --
Part 8: Working With Video And Animation: --
Chapter 25: Understanding video editing basics: --
Working with video files: --
Setting aspect ratios: --
Correcting the pixel aspect ratio --
Changing video aspect ratios --
Correcting the aspect ratio of an image --
Using video filters: --
De-interlace --
NTSC colors --
Understanding the features of the timeline panel: --
Adjusting time in the timeline panel --
Using the work area of the timeline panel --
Using the icons on the timeline panel --
Exploring the options in the timeline panel menu --
Accessing the video layers menu --
Setting the clip favorites --
Creating video groups --
Opening and placing video files: --
Opening a video file --
Adding additional video files --
Importing image sequences --
Importing an image sequence into one layer --
Importing an image sequence into multiple layers --
Trimming video clips: --
Dragging the clip duration bar --
Trimming clips using the timeline menu option --
Moving video clips: --
Changing the clip hierarchy --
Dragging clips inside the clip duration bar --
Moving the clip start and clip end points --
Splitting clips --
Lifting and extracting unwanted sections of video: --
Lifting a section of a video clip --
Extracting a section of a video clip --
Adding still shots or other elements to a video project: --
Adding a blank layer --
Adding a text layer --
Placing an image file --
Adding or placing a 3D model --
Summary --
Chapter 26: Animating in the timeline panel: --
Creating and editing keyframes: --
Creating keyframes --
Editing keyframes --
Setting interpolation: --
Linear interpolation --
Hold interpolation --
Creating comments --
Animating the position of a layer: --
Getting keyframe placement right --
Animating positions in multiple layers --
Using smart objects to animate transformations --
Animating the opacity setting --
Using keyframes to animate layer styles --
Animating the global lighting --
Using keyframes to animate text --
Animating masks --
Building 3D animations --
Learning the basics of rotoscoping: --
Creating a new video layer --
Creating modified frames --
Using onion skins --
Restoring frames --
Animating DICOM files --
Summary --
Chapter 27: Correcting video files and adding artistic effects: --
Enhancing layers with color corrections: --
Unclipping an adjustment layer --
Changing the duration of an adjustment layer --
Applying smart filters to video files --
Cloning and healing over an entire video layer --
Modifying video clips frame by frame: --
Adding an adjustment to a single frame --
Adding a filter to a single frame --
Cloning and healing video files --
Locking the source frame --
Summary --
Chapter 28: Animating using frames: --
Using the timeline panel's frame animation interface: --
Using the panel features: --
Setting the frame delay time --
Changing the disposal method --
Choosing your looping options --
Tweening using frames --
Duplicating selected frames --
Converting to the video timeline --
Activating the frame animation version of the timeline panel menu --
Looking at the frame animation timeline panel menu --
Using the animation features in the layers panel --
Creating tweened frame animations --
Opening an image to animate --
Creating keyframes --
Tweening keyframes --
Creating a frame-by-frame animation: --
Creating an animation from a layered image --
Building an animation in the animation version of the timeline panel --
Rendering video --
Summary --
Part 9: Using Advanced Output Techniques: --
Chapter 29: Printing and color management: --
Understanding the importance of color accuracy and consistency: --
Understanding ICC color profiles --
Embedding color profiles in image files --
Using device-independent color profiles --
Calibrating color for monitors and printers --
Using color management in Photoshop: --
Configuring color settings in Photoshop --
Setting color options --
Configuring color profiles --
Controlling the color profile in open images --
Controlling conversion between color profiles --
Configuring the advanced controls options --
Assigning color profiles to images --
Converting images to other color profiles --
Proofing images using color management --
Printing images from Photoshop: --
Configuring general printing options --
Using color management to print accurate colors --
Adding crop marks and additional output to printed images --
Summary --
Chapter 30: Creating images for the Web: --
Preparing images for the Web: --
Understanding Web image formats --
Selecting the right color profile --
Slicing images for Web use: --
Understanding slices --
Creating slices --
Configuring slices --
Adding transparency to images --
Animating images --
Outputting images to the Web: --
Using the preview layout and toolbar --
Setting file output options --
Manipulating the color table --
Setting the image size --
Previewing animation controls --
Previewing output in a browser --
Adding zoomable images to Websites --
Summary --
Chapter 31: Automating and scripting workflow in Photoshop: --
Automating workflow in Photoshop: --
Batching multiple images --
Creating droplets to process images --
Using scripting to speed up workflow: --
Using the Photoshop scripts --
Using stack modes to analyze multiple images and reduce noise --
Scripting workflow events --
Summary --
Part 10: Appendixes: --
Appendix A: Timesaving keyboard shortcuts --
Appendix B: Extending the capabilities of Photoshop with plug-ins --
Appendix C: Finding resources --
Index.
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schema:description"Part 2: Working With Camera Raw Images: -- Chapter 7: Exploring camera raw basics: -- Looking at camera raw benefits: -- Keeping original CMOS information -- Editing non-destructively -- Saving time -- Understanding camera raw file types: -- Creating an XMP sidebar file -- Converting RAW formats to DNG files -- Opening images in camera raw -- Getting to know the camera raw workspace -- Changing your workflow options: -- Setting the color space -- Choosing a bit depth -- Adjusting image size -- Setting the resolution -- Applying output sharpening -- Opening images as smart objects -- Setting preferences: -- Saving images: -- Changing image settings -- Applying sharpening -- Changing the default image settings -- Modifying the camera raw cache -- Handling DNG files -- Handling JPEG and TIFF file formats -- Using the camera raw panel menu -- Creating snapshots -- Saving presets -- Exporting camera raw files -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Processing photos with camera raw: -- Getting to know the camera raw tools --Synchronizing adjustments in multiple RAW images -- Adjusting the white balance: -- Using the white balance tool -- Changing the lighting settings -- Using the temperature and tint sliders -- Adjusting lighting -- Adjusting color and clarity: -- Tweaking clarity, vibrance, and saturation -- Adjusting the tone curve -- Parametric panel -- Point tab -- Adjusting hue, saturation, and luminance: -- Hue adjustments -- Saturation adjustments -- Luminace adjustments -- Creating a grayscale photo -- Using a split toning -- Correcting and retouching: -- Cloning and spot removal -- Removing red-eye -- Using the adjustment brush: -- Setting the mask options -- Using the pins -- Setting the brush options -- Setting the adjustment options -- Creating a graduated filter -- Creating artistic effects: -- Adding grain to your image -- Adding a vignette -- Correcting camera quirks: -- Making lens corrections -- Setting camera calibration -- Reducing noise and adjusting sharpness: -- Reducing noise -- Sharpening -- Summary -- Part 3: Working With Selections, Layers, And Channels: -- Chapter 9: Creating selections: -- Getting familiar with the select menu -- Using the selection tools: -- Exploring the marquee tools: -- Using the rectangular marquee tool -- Using the elliptical marquee tool -- Looking at the lasso tools -- Using the lasso tool -- Using the polygonal lasso tool -- Using the magnetic lasso tool -- Examining the quick selection tools: -- Looking at the quick selection tool -- Working with the quick selection tool -- Looking at the magic wand tool -- Working with the magic wand tool -- Refining your selection: -- Adjusting a selection: -- Using the selection tools -- Transforming a selection -- Using paths -- Using quick mask mode -- Refining the edges: -- Changing your view mode -- Using the edge detection options -- Adjusting edges -- Choosing output settings -- Using the color range selector -- Summary -- Chapter 10: Learning all about layers: -- Introducing layers: -- Understanding multiple layers -- Adding new layers: -- Adding another document as a new layer -- Adding text or shapes as a new layer -- Creating selections to make a new layer -- Using the layer menus: -- Getting to know the layer menu -- Getting to know the layers panel menu -- Looking at the layers panel: -- Filtering layers -- Changing the opacity and fill settings -- Changing the lock settings -- Blending modes: -- Choosing normal and dissolve blending modes -- Using darkening blending modes -- Using lightening blending modes -- Adding contrast blending modes -- Using difference blending modes -- Looking at the color blending modes -- Blending images using blending modes -- Linking layers -- Creating layer styles, layer masks, and fill and adjustment layers -- Grouping layers -- Creating a blank layer -- Throwing layers away -- Applying worry-free fill and adjustment layers: -- Choosing a fill or adjustment layer -- Learning the basics of fill layers -- Learning the basics of adjustment layers -- Editing the properties of a fill or adjustment layer -- Creating layer style special effects: -- Choosing a layer style -- Adjusting layer style options -- Creating a separate layer from a layer style -- Creating smart objects: -- Converting a layer to a smart object -- Adding smart filters -- Making changes to smart filters -- Manipulating layer masks: -- Creating masks: -- Using the add layer mask icon -- Using the refine edge dialog box -- Creating type masks -- Looking at clipping masks -- Editing masks: -- Making changes to a mask by painting on the image -- Editing masks using the channels panel -- Editing masks using the properties panel -- Unlinking and moving masks -- Creating layer comps -- Merging layers -- Summary --"@en
schema:description"Chapter 20: Applying filters: -- Looking at artistic effects filters: -- Exploring artistic filters -- Discovering brush stroke filters -- Examining distort filters -- Checking out the pixelate filters -- Considering the render filters -- Looking into the sketch filters -- Using the stylize filters -- Delving into texture filters -- Defining the other menu -- Exploring the filter gallery: -- Looking at the preview pane -- Checking out the filter thumbnail pane -- Looking at the options pane -- Using smart objects to make filter adjustments -- Creating a custom filter -- Summary -- Chapter 21: Combining images: -- Creating seamless composites -- Combining files -- Adjusting and transforming new layers -- Blending composite files: -- Refining edges -- Creating a drop shadow -- Changing fill or opacity settings -- Changing the blending mode -- Creating a fill or adjustment layer -- Using masks to tuck in a composite file -- Using multiple images to create a photo collage -- Using photomerge to create a panorama -- Summary -- Part 7: Working With 3D Images: -- Chapter 22: Creating and manipulating 3D Objects: -- Understanding 3D file formats -- Looking at the 3D workspace -- Looking at the 3D panel -- Learning about the properties panel when 3D objects are selected -- Looking at 3D objects in the layers panel -- Finding the 3D tools -- Using the picture in picture window -- Opening and placing 3D files in Photoshop -- Creating 3D files in Photoshop: -- Selecting a source for a 3D object -- Creating a 3D postcard -- Creating a 3D extrusion: -- Defining an extrusion using the mesh properties -- Transforming a 3D extrusion using the deform properties -- Changing the surfaces of a 3D extrusion using the cap properties -- Making a 3D shape from a preset -- Creating a 3D mesh from a depth map -- Creating a 3D volume -- Manipulating 3D objects: -- Using the 3D tools: -- Turning 3D objects around a central point -- Moving a 3D object through 3D space -- Using the 3D axis widget -- Typing in coordinates for your 3D object -- Summary -- Chapter 23: Editing 3D scenes and settings: -- Looking at the 3D panel -- Working with a whole 3D scene: -- Changing the properties of a 3D environment: -- Changing the global ambient light -- Using image based lighting -- Adjusting the ground plane properties -- Changing the background settings -- Setting the properties of a 3D scene: -- Creating cross-sections -- Changing the render properties -- Changing the current view: -- Setting the view -- Changing the perspective -- Adjusting the depth of field -- Creating a stereo image -- Working with mesh layers -- Editing the textures and materials of a 3D object: -- Editing textures -- Editing materials -- Creating and modifying 3D lights: -- Adding new lights -- Positioning lights -- Changing the properties of a 3D light -- Summary --"@en
schema:description"Overview: The comprehensive, soup-to-nuts guide to Photoshop, fully updated. Photoshop CS6, used for both print and digital media, is the industry leader in image-editing software. The newest version adds some exciting new features, and this bestselling guide has been revised to cover each of them, along with all the basic information you need to get started. Learn to use all the tools, including the histogram palette, Lens Blur, Match Color, and the color replacement tool, as well as keyboard shortcuts. Then master retouching and color correction, work with Camera Raw images, prepare photos for print or the web, and much more. Photoshop has the broadest user base of any professional-level graphics application, ranging from photo hobbyists to professionals in graphic design, publishing, video editing, animation, and broadcasting. This comprehensive guide has what beginners need to know as well as intermediate-level information on key tools and procedures; Features a 16-page full-color insert and a companion website with tutorials, including JPEG and PSD files of images from the book; Covers image-editing basics, the File Browser, histogram palette, Lens Blur, Match Color, the color replacement tool, and customizable keyboard shortcuts; Delves into techniques for working with Camera Raw images; how to retouch, color-correct, manipulate, and combine images; and all the new features and enhancements in the latest version. Photoshop CS6 Bible is the one reference book every Photoshop user needs."@en
schema:description"Chapter 11: Exploring channels: -- Understanding color channels -- Using the channel mixer: -- Mixing colors with the channel mixer -- Swapping colors -- Converting color to grayscale -- Using the channels panel: -- Selecting channels -- Deleting channels -- Duplicating channels -- Splitting and merging channels -- Sharing channels between images -- Making channel selections -- Understanding the alpha channel: -- Creating alpha channels -- Loading selections from alpha channels -- Modifying alpha channels -- Understanding alpha channels versus layer masks -- Changing the channel options for alpha channels -- Using spot color channels: -- Creating a spot color channel -- Merging spot color channels -- Removing ink overlap using spot color channels -- Summary -- Part 4: Enhancing, Correcting, And Retouching Images: -- Chapter 12: Optimizing adjustment workflow: -- Understanding workflow -- Making auto adjustments -- Creating adjustment layers -- Making adjustments using the properties panel -- Summary -- Chapter 13: Lighting and color adjustments: -- Applying quick adjustments to light and color: -- Adjusting brightness and contrast versus exposure: -- Using the brightness/contrast tool to adjust lighting -- Using the exposure tool to adjust lighting -- Changing the color balance -- Making selective color adjustments -- Applying photo filter to images -- Replacing specific colors -- Using the variations tool -- Changing the shadows and highlights in images: -- Fixing shadows -- Fixing highlights -- Adjusting after shadows or highlights are corrected -- Creating customized black-and-white photos -- Fine-tuning hue and saturation: -- Using the hue/saturation tool -- Adjusting the hue and saturation to make colors pop -- Adjusting levels: -- Using the levels adjustment tool -- Configuring the auto levels adjustment -- Adjusting levels to increase detail in images -- Making adjustments with curves: -- Using the curves tool -- Configuring the curves tool -- Configuring the auto curves tool -- Adjusting the curve to correct color and contrast in images -- Using the match color to change colors -- Working with HDR images: -- Creating HDR images -- Converting HDR images to 8 bits per channel -- Summary -- Chapter 14: Applying sharpness, blur, and noise adjustments: -- Using sharpening filters to sharpen images: -- Understanding basic sharpening filters -- Using the unsharp mask filter -- Applying smart sharpen -- Using blur filters to soften images: -- Understanding the automatic blur filters -- Using the Gaussian, box, and shape blur filters: -- Gaussian blur -- Box blur -- Shape blur -- Creating a direction blur: -- Adding a motion blur to an image -- Radial blur -- Adding a surface blur -- Applying a smart blur -- Faking lens blur: -- Preview -- Depth map -- Iris -- Specular highlights -- Noise -- Introducing the blur gallery: -- Using the blur gallery options bar -- Using the on-image controls -- Applying a field blur -- Applying an iris blur -- Applying a tilt-shift blur -- Adding blur effects in the blur gallery -- Reducing noise in an image: -- Using the despeckle filter -- Applying a median filter -- Reducing dust and scratches -- Reducing noise -- Adding noise -- Summary -- Chapter 15: Cleaning up digital images with cloning and healing tools: -- Using the healing brush tools: -- Using the spot healing brush: -- Proximity match -- Create texture -- Content-aware -- Using the healing brush -- Fixing larger blemishes with the patch tool -- Using the content-aware fill -- Using the remix tool -- Fixing red-eye -- Using the clone stamp tool -- Looking over the clone stamp options -- Learning the basics of cloning -- Utilizing the clone source panel -- Using the clone and healing brushes together for optimal effect -- Fixing damaged photos -- Swapping faces with multiple images -- Summary --"@en
schema:description"Chapter 24: Using Photoshop tools with 3D layers: -- Using 3D paint mode: -- Hiding areas on a 3D object -- Painting on a 3D object: -- Painting color on a 3D object -- Painting textures on a 3D object -- Adjustments, layer styles, and filters: -- Applying an adjustment to a 3D layer -- Adding a layer style to a 3D layer -- Applying a filter to a 3D layer -- Using 3D layers as smart objects -- Creating composites: -- Flying a carpet over a lake: -- Creating a 3D rug -- Placing the flying carpet into an image -- Adding details to complete the flying carpet composite -- Giving the moon away: -- Creating a gift box -- Creating the moon -- Making a present of the moon -- Summary -- Part 8: Working With Video And Animation: -- Chapter 25: Understanding video editing basics: -- Working with video files: -- Setting aspect ratios: -- Correcting the pixel aspect ratio -- Changing video aspect ratios -- Correcting the aspect ratio of an image -- Using video filters: -- De-interlace -- NTSC colors -- Understanding the features of the timeline panel: -- Adjusting time in the timeline panel -- Using the work area of the timeline panel -- Using the icons on the timeline panel -- Exploring the options in the timeline panel menu -- Accessing the video layers menu -- Setting the clip favorites -- Creating video groups -- Opening and placing video files: -- Opening a video file -- Adding additional video files -- Importing image sequences -- Importing an image sequence into one layer -- Importing an image sequence into multiple layers -- Trimming video clips: -- Dragging the clip duration bar -- Trimming clips using the timeline menu option -- Moving video clips: -- Changing the clip hierarchy -- Dragging clips inside the clip duration bar -- Moving the clip start and clip end points -- Splitting clips -- Lifting and extracting unwanted sections of video: -- Lifting a section of a video clip -- Extracting a section of a video clip -- Adding still shots or other elements to a video project: -- Adding a blank layer -- Adding a text layer -- Placing an image file -- Adding or placing a 3D model -- Summary -- Chapter 26: Animating in the timeline panel: -- Creating and editing keyframes: -- Creating keyframes -- Editing keyframes -- Setting interpolation: -- Linear interpolation -- Hold interpolation -- Creating comments -- Animating the position of a layer: -- Getting keyframe placement right -- Animating positions in multiple layers -- Using smart objects to animate transformations -- Animating the opacity setting -- Using keyframes to animate layer styles -- Animating the global lighting -- Using keyframes to animate text -- Animating masks -- Building 3D animations -- Learning the basics of rotoscoping: -- Creating a new video layer -- Creating modified frames -- Using onion skins -- Restoring frames -- Animating DICOM files -- Summary -- Chapter 27: Correcting video files and adding artistic effects: -- Enhancing layers with color corrections: -- Unclipping an adjustment layer -- Changing the duration of an adjustment layer -- Applying smart filters to video files -- Cloning and healing over an entire video layer -- Modifying video clips frame by frame: -- Adding an adjustment to a single frame -- Adding a filter to a single frame -- Cloning and healing video files -- Locking the source frame -- Summary -- Chapter 28: Animating using frames: -- Using the timeline panel's frame animation interface: -- Using the panel features: -- Setting the frame delay time -- Changing the disposal method -- Choosing your looping options -- Tweening using frames -- Duplicating selected frames -- Converting to the video timeline -- Activating the frame animation version of the timeline panel menu -- Looking at the frame animation timeline panel menu -- Using the animation features in the layers panel -- Creating tweened frame animations -- Opening an image to animate -- Creating keyframes -- Tweening keyframes -- Creating a frame-by-frame animation: -- Creating an animation from a layered image -- Building an animation in the animation version of the timeline panel -- Rendering video -- Summary --"@en
schema:description"Chapter 4: Understanding colors, histograms, levels, and curves: -- Knowing color basics: -- Understanding color -- Looking at color, intensity, and the human eye -- Understanding channels and levels -- Adjusting with histograms: -- Understanding histograms: -- Determining overexposure and underexposure in an image -- Determining color balance in an image -- Using the histogram panel: -- Setting histogram panel options -- Selecting channels -- Selecting a source -- Understanding statistics -- Adjusting images with the histogram tools: -- Using the handles to adjust the histogram -- Using the eyedroppers to adjust the histogram -- Adjusting levels with the curves tool: -- Understanding curves -- Using the curves tool -- Working in different color modes: -- Understanding the different color modes: -- Bitmap -- Grayscale -- Duotone -- Indexed color -- RGB color -- CMYK color -- Lab color -- Multichannel -- Learning about bits per channel -- Choosing colors -- Choosing colors with the color picker tool -- Using the color panel -- Using the swatches panel -- Selecting color from an image with the eyedropper tool -- Understanding the color sampler tool -- Using the HUD color picker -- Summary -- Chapter 5: Applying history and actions: -- Understanding Photoshop's non-destructive features -- Using the history panel: -- Understanding the history panel: -- Configuring the history panel -- Navigating through history states -- Using snapshots -- Creating documents -- Deleting history -- Painting from history: -- Using the eraser tool in the history panel -- Using the history brush -- Making use of the art history brush -- Using selections when painting history -- Creating and using automated actions: -- Understanding the actions panel -- Loading existing action sets -- Creating custom actions -- Editing actions: -- Adding a stop -- Adding operations -- Moving operations -- Duplicating actions and operations -- Modifying operations -- Deleting an operation -- Modifying the action name and function key -- Saving actions -- Adjusting action settings temporarily by using the toggle boxes -- Playing actions -- Managing the action list -- Summary -- Chapter 6: Using bridge to organize and process files: -- Working in the bridge workspaces: -- Examining the bridge utility -- Main menu bar -- Toolbar -- Window panes -- Content view controls -- Using the bridge workspaces -- Organizing files in bridge: -- Importing images from cameras and card readers: -- Get photos from -- Location -- Create subfolder(s) -- Rename files -- Open Adobe bridge -- Convert to DNG -- Delete original files -- Save copies to -- Apply metadata -- Working with image metadata -- Assigning ratings and labels to files -- Assigning keywords to files: -- Adding an existing keyword to a file -- Adding a new keyword -- Inserting a new subkeyword -- Finding a keyword in the list -- Renaming and deleting keywords -- Renaming files -- Finding files: -- Locating files using the filter panel -- Tracking files using the find tool -- Viewing files using the review mode utility -- Using collections: -- Creating collections -- Creating smart collections -- Creating stacks -- Deleting versus rejecting files -- Processing images using bridge and Photoshop: -- Opening images in Photoshop: -- Placing images in Photoshop -- Loading files as Photoshop layers -- Opening in camera raw -- Processing multiple files using the batch interface -- Using the image processor interface -- Merging photos: -- Using Photoshop photomerge -- Using Photoshop merge to HDR -- Auto-merging images into HDR and panoramic images -- Creating PDFs and Web galleries: -- Creating a PDF -- Creating a Web gallery -- Using the mini-bridge tool in Photoshop -- Summary --"@en
schema:description"Part 9: Using Advanced Output Techniques: -- Chapter 29: Printing and color management: -- Understanding the importance of color accuracy and consistency: -- Understanding ICC color profiles -- Embedding color profiles in image files -- Using device-independent color profiles -- Calibrating color for monitors and printers -- Using color management in Photoshop: -- Configuring color settings in Photoshop -- Setting color options -- Configuring color profiles -- Controlling the color profile in open images -- Controlling conversion between color profiles -- Configuring the advanced controls options -- Assigning color profiles to images -- Converting images to other color profiles -- Proofing images using color management -- Printing images from Photoshop: -- Configuring general printing options -- Using color management to print accurate colors -- Adding crop marks and additional output to printed images -- Summary -- Chapter 30: Creating images for the Web: -- Preparing images for the Web: -- Understanding Web image formats -- Selecting the right color profile -- Slicing images for Web use: -- Understanding slices -- Creating slices -- Configuring slices -- Adding transparency to images -- Animating images -- Outputting images to the Web: -- Using the preview layout and toolbar -- Setting file output options -- Manipulating the color table -- Setting the image size -- Previewing animation controls -- Previewing output in a browser -- Adding zoomable images to Websites -- Summary -- Chapter 31: Automating and scripting workflow in Photoshop: -- Automating workflow in Photoshop: -- Batching multiple images -- Creating droplets to process images -- Using scripting to speed up workflow: -- Using the Photoshop scripts -- Using stack modes to analyze multiple images and reduce noise -- Scripting workflow events -- Summary -- Part 10: Appendixes: -- Appendix A: Timesaving keyboard shortcuts -- Appendix B: Extending the capabilities of Photoshop with plug-ins -- Appendix C: Finding resources -- Index."@en
schema:description"Part 5: Using Paint, Paths, Shapes, And Text Tools: -- Chapter 16: Editing with paintbrush tools: -- Painting in Photoshop -- Understanding the painting tools: -- Working with painting tools in blending modes: -- Choosing a basic blending mode option -- Applying a darkening blending mode -- Selecting a lightening blending mode -- Adding contrast blending modes -- Blending two layers -- Finishing with a color blending mode -- Applying color with painting tools -- Painting with editing tools: -- Making quick fixes with the healing tools -- Choosing a stamp tool to replace pixels -- Using history tools -- Choosing an eraser tool -- Selecting the right sharpen, blur, or smudge tool -- Choosing a dodge, burn, or sponge tool -- Painting with mixing tools -- Using the brush panel: -- Selecting the brush tip shape: -- Selecting flat brush shapes -- Choosing bristle brush shapes -- Selecting erodible tip brush shapes -- Selecting airbrush shapes -- Setting the brush behavior: -- Configuring the shape dynamics settings -- Creating a scattering effect -- Applying a texture effect -- Applying the dual brush strokes -- Painting with multiple colors simultaneously -- Controlling the brush stroke with transfer option -- Using the brush presets panel -- Painting with non-brush painting tools: -- Applying paint to layers -- Filling a selection with a color or pattern -- Applying a gradient fill -- Creating custom gradients -- Applying painting techniques -- Painting from a blank canvas -- Tracing edges from an existing image -- Using wet paint on an existing image -- Summary -- Chapter 17: Working with paths and vector shapes: -- Understanding paths: -- Building path components -- Defining types of paths -- Exploring the vector path: -- Using the pen tools: -- Pen tools -- Pen tool options -- Using the path selection tools: -- Path selection tools -- Path selection tool options -- Understanding the paths panel -- Free transforming paths -- Exploring paths: -- Creating a path -- Creating vector shapes from paths -- Creating a clipping mask -- Creating vector masks -- Using vector shape tools: -- Working with vector shape tools: -- Rectangle tool -- Rounded rectangle tool -- Ellipse tool -- Polygon tool -- Custom shape tool -- Adding vector shape layers -- Adding custom vector shapes -- Editing a vector shape -- Summary -- Chapter 18: Working with text: -- Learning a little bit about text -- Using the text tools to add text to images: -- Setting type preferences -- Using the text tools to add text -- Adding text as a point type -- Adding text as a paragraph type -- Editing vector text layers: -- Edit type -- Check spelling -- Find and replace text -- Rasterize type -- Create work path -- Convert to shape -- Horizontal/vertical options -- Anti-alias adjustment -- Faux formatting -- Convert to point text/paragraph text -- Warp text -- Layer style -- Using the character panel -- Applying paragraph panel settings -- Using the character and paragraph styles panels: -- Creating and managing character styles -- Creating and managing paragraph styles -- Applying text to images: -- Adding text on a path: -- Applying text to a path -- Editing text on a path -- Constraining text using a vector shape -- Adding text in a smart object -- Applying text as a mask -- Summary -- Part 6: Creating Artistic Effects: -- Chapter 19: Distorting images: -- Using transformations: -- Understanding the importance of the reference point -- Scaling images -- Rotating images -- Skewing images -- Distorting images -- Changing the perspective of images -- Using the warp transformation -- Using free transform -- Using the content-aware scale feature -- Using the puppet warp tool -- Having fun with the liquefy filter -- Identifying the liquefy tools -- Looking at tool options -- Saving a mesh -- Restoring your image with reconstruct and restore all -- Modifying the mask options selections -- Using the view options -- Changing perspective with vanishing point -- Correcting wide-angle lens distortions -- Summary --"@en
schema:description"Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part 1: Getting Started With Adobe Photoshop CS6: -- Chapter 1: Introducing Adobe Photoshop CS6: -- Discovering the versatile world of Photoshop: -- Knowing when to use Photoshop -- Understanding the limitations of Photoshop -- Looking at what's new in Photoshop CS6 -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Exploring the Photoshop workspace: -- Touring the workspace: -- Cruising the Photoshop menu bar -- Looking at the document workspace: -- Changing the view size of a document -- Viewing document information -- Arranging the view of multiple documents -- Understanding the toolbox and tool options bar -- Understanding panels -- Using workspace presets -- Exploring the Photoshop menu bar: -- Using the file menu -- Exploring the edit menu -- Using the image menu: -- Ruler tool -- Count tool -- Record measurements -- Set measurement scale -- Select data points -- Place scale marker -- Understanding the layer menu -- Examining the type menu -- Using the select menu -- Exploring the filter menu -- Understanding the 3D menu -- Using the view menu: -- Proof options -- Extras and show -- Rulers -- Snap and snap to -- New guide, lock guides, and clear guides -- Lock slices and clear slices -- Exploring the window menu -- Using the help menu: -- Photoshop help -- Deactivate -- Exploring panels -- Understanding the tools in the toolbox -- Configuring presets: -- Selecting tool presets -- Managing presets -- Creating presets -- Setting preferences: -- Updating general preferences -- Arranging interface preferences -- Setting file handling preferences -- Adjusting performance preferences -- Configuring cursors preferences -- Setting transparency & gamut preferences -- Using units & rulers preferences -- Adjusting guides, grid, and slices preferences -- Configuring plug-ins preferences -- Setting type preferences -- Adjusting 3D preferences -- Customizing shortcuts and menus: -- Customizing menus -- Customizing shortcuts -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Performing image basics: -- Exploring file types: -- Understanding compressed versus uncompressed -- Using raster versus vector -- Introducing HDR images -- Understanding image files: -- Photoshop (PSD; PDD) -- Tagged image file format (TIF; TIFF) -- Joint photographic experts group (JPG; JPEG; JPE) -- JPEG 2000 (JP2; JPX) -- CompuServ GIF (GIF) -- Portable Network Graphics (PNG) -- Bitmap (BMP; RLE; DIB) -- RAW (RAW; CR; CR2; DNG; and several others) -- Portable bitmap (PBM; PGM; PPM; PNM; PFM; PAM) -- Wireless bitmap (WBM; WBMPI) -- Encapsulated PostScript (EPS; AI3; AI8; PS; EPSP; EPSF) -- Photoshop PDF (PDF; PDP) -- Personal computer eXchange (PCX) -- PICT (PCT; PICT) -- Pixar (PXR) -- Flash XML graphics (FXG) -- Google Earth 4 (KMZ) -- Photoshop Big (PSB) -- OpenEXR (EXR) -- Cineon (CIN) -- Interchange File Format (IFF; TDI) -- Scitex CT (SCT) --Targa (TGA; VDA; ICB; VST) -- Radiance (HDR; RGBE; XYZE) -- Understanding video files -- Supporting 3D file formats -- Supporting the DICOM file format -- Creating and opening images: -- Creating a new image -- Opening an existing image -- Opening an existing image as a specific file type -- Saving an image -- Resizing files and adjusting resolution: -- Understanding resolution -- Changing the image size and resolution: -- Understanding the resolution and size relationship -- Understanding resizing algorithms in Photoshop -- Adjusting the image size and resolution -- Changing the canvas size -- Cropping and straightening images -- Using general guidelines for cropping a photo: -- Getting rid of background clutter -- Preserving aspect ratio -- Applying the rule of thirds -- Giving your subject somewhere to go -- Closing in on your subject -- Telling a story with a photo -- Cropping an image: -- Using the crop tool -- Cropping an image to a different perspective -- Cropping using the selection tools -- Straightening an image: -- Rotating and flipping images -- Rotating while cropping -- Using the crop and straighten tool -- Using the ruler tool -- Trimming a border -- Summary --"@en
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