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| **Accessing Photoshop’s Features**

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You can use Photoshop by accessing the Photoshop menu by pressing the key. In the menu, Photoshop’s general features are available by pressing . To access the features in the tools palette, which you use in this chapter, press .

Most features in Photoshop have a next to them. This means that you have to press + + + (Shift+Ctrl+Command+G) to open the context menu that’s displayed when you right-click on a selected object. Once there, you can choose the appropriate feature.

This chapter provides a brief overview of Photoshop’s most powerful features, including some tips for using them.

**Fig. 2.1** : The Photoshop work area, which is also accessible as a workspace window

Now, you will learn how to open the Photoshop workspace by navigating to it from any of the following locations:

* **From the Photoshop Window (** **Windows** ➤ **Workspaces** ➤ **Workspace Options** **)**
* **From the Workspace** **Windows** ( **Windows** ➤ **View** ➤ **Workspace** ➤ **Workspace Options**)
* **From a Photoshop Image** ( **File** **>** **Open** **…** **)**
* **From a Sketch** ( **File** **>** **Open** **…** **as a** **Sketch** )
* **From Photoshop** **Reference** **Materials** **(File** **>** **Open** **…** **as a** **Reference** **Material)**
* **From PSD** **Reference** **Files** **(File** **>** **Open** **…** **as a** **Reference** **File)**

There are two ways to change which workspace you access ( **Figure 2.1** ). In the Photoshop window, press to display the Windows menu. Click **Workspace**, choose **Workspace Options**, and then select **Open Workspace from** .

You can also choose a workspace from the Windows menu. Press ( becomes ) to display the Windows menu. Select **Workspace**, and then choose **Workspace Options**. In the dialog box that appears, click **Workspace Type

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You can still develop images or edit existing ones through this program. The UI is not as polished as the professional version, but it does have a little more of everything than the basic version of Photoshop.

It’s less expensive than Photoshop but also less powerful. You’re restricted to cropping, resizing, and adding text and other features to your images. There are, however, free and low-cost alternatives to Photoshop and Elements that meet most people’s requirements.

We tried to cover as many features and functions as possible, but many of the latest Photoshop features were omitted in Elements. We focused on the common tasks that Photoshop and Elements users tend to use most, such as resizing, editing, and cropping.

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The New Features in Photoshop

Elements doesn’t have many “new” features, but they are usually implemented better than the predecessor, which sometimes meant changing the old interface to fit the new functionality.

You don’t have to follow any training in Elements.

Basic Image Editing

As explained in the previous sections, Elements isn’t powerful enough to edit all your images. You cannot edit the entire image in one go, no matter how many layers you have.

You can only edit a small selection of layers.


Elements lets you crop your images more accurately, either manually or using the Crop tool.

You have the option to crop only the area of the image that you want, or you can crop all the area of the image by clicking on the Crop tool and dragging the selection area to the edges of the image.

You can also use any combination of marquee, rectangle, circle, ellipse, polygon, or freehand tool to crop your image. You can use the Selection Brush to edit certain portions of the image before you crop it.

You can rotate, zoom, and move the image around. All the operations in Elements come under a single Tool box menu in the top right corner.

Image Rotating

You can rotate the image by clicking on the Rotate tool. Click with the mouse on the image to rotate it. You can also quickly rotate the image by typing a number in the rotation box.

Click and drag to rotate.

Image Resizing

You can resize the

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Brushes with a variety of shapes and sizes are included in Photoshop. Adobe has listed the most commonly used brushes and their characteristics in each section.
When you first work with Photoshop’s brushes, you will probably become acquainted with them through experimentation.

Begin by choosing Image > Brush from the menu bar. The Brush workspace opens on the right side of the screen. The Brush workspace contains a “palette” that lets you select which brush you want to work with, a History palette that displays all the brushes used, and the Brush settings dialog box, which lets you choose the shape, size, and color of the tool. Let’s now examine the features of each brush individually.

*Note: Adobe no longer lists the Brush settings in the Brush palette but this information is still available from the History palette. The following sections are about the Bristles palette, which is the tool’s “palette” for selecting brushes.

“Brush Layers”
If you select any brush in the Bristles palette, a Brush Layers palette appears on the right side of the screen. This palette contains a layer called a “Brush Layer.” Select the layer from this palette to use the selected brush on the active document. Here are the features of this layer:

The following list explains the different features of the Brush Layer:
* Brush Layers aren’t affected by changes to the settings in the Brush settings dialog box.
* You can close the Brush Layer by clicking the cross on the top right of the palette. To access the settings for all the brushes in this palette, click the file button on the top of the palette.

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*Important: If you select any brush in the Bristles palette and then click OK in the Brush settings dialog box, a new Brush Layer appears in the Brush Layers palette. This means you can access only one Brush Layer at a time from the Brush Layers palette. You can save, close, or delete the Brush Layer that currently appears in the palette, or you can copy the Brush Layer to another area of your document. In the following sections, I’ll discuss ways to save or close the Brush Layer.

Save and Close a Brush Layer
Select any brush in the Bristles palette, and then click the Brushes menu and choose Save/Save as Layer.
The Brush Layer appears in the Brush Layers palette, where it can be used on any document. You can view the Brush Layer’s settings in the

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