* To edit a photo, you can click the Adjustments tool on the Tools toolbar, choose Image Processor, and then click Enhance. You can then click the Adjustments panel on the sidebar to the right, and click Enhance to open a full-screen preview.
You can toggle the visibility of the Adjustments panel by clicking the drop-down menu at the top right of the panel and choosing View.
Taking a photo in Adobe Bridge
If you’re a Mac user, you can take a photo in Bridge by double-clicking the photo in the side panel (or by dragging and dropping the photo from other locations in your hard drive). Then you can open it up in Photoshop, rotate it, crop it, and apply various effects and other enhancements. (You can also drag the photo to the Desktop, open it in Photoshop, and then drag it back to the side panel to continue the editing process.)
Suppose that you have a picture of a person in front of a red background in Bridge. In the example shown in Figure 6-4, you can simply crop the red portion and save the picture. (You can also easily remove or insert objects from a photo by clicking and dragging over the image, or by clicking them and then dragging them to the new position.) You can then open the picture in Photoshop and continue your editing process.
To access Photoshop from within Bridge, open the Adobe Bridge window and choose Edit in Photoshop. If you choose Edit in Photoshop (from the Bridge menu), you may need to enter your password. You can also find many helpful tutorials for basic Photoshop editing online, such as this one from Adorama: `www.adorama.com/` _~education/photoshoptutorials_.
Using Photoshop in Adobe Camera Raw
You can access Photoshop from within Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) (refer to Figure 6-1) by choosing Edit in Photoshop from the Edit menu. After you’ve opened your picture in ACR, you can crop it, rotate, and adjust the exposure and white balance, apply various filters, and so on.
**Figure 6-4:** You can crop an image in Bridge and then open it in Photoshop.
Choosing Your Editing Software
Editing software offers many different features, so it may be difficult to choose which tool to use. You may want to edit a picture of a holiday vacation, then save it and print the result, or create an entirely different
Update: Photoshop workflows for digital art, creative, editorial, personal and more
It allows you to edit photos, create new images, draw art, retouch your photos with graphic design elements, and create unique images.
What is Photoshop Elements?
Photoshop Elements is designed to be the best image editor for people who like to create digital photos in a simple interface.
Photoshop Elements is designed for people who want to edit their photos, and paint digitally, create graphics, and edit images in a simple interface.
You can use Photoshop Elements to edit, resize, and repair photos. It lets you remove dust and scratches, restore old photos, and even retouch photos.
If you want to edit photos or retouch your images in a more professional way, Photoshop is probably the best solution. It’s a powerful software that can convert your photos into sketches, illustrations, paintings, or even 3D.
This tutorial will teach you how to use Photoshop Elements to retouch photos, convert photos to sketches, or even create new photos in a simple interface.
How do I open a Photoshop Elements file?
You can open Photoshop Elements files by opening the application directly from your computer and importing the file.
Open a file
To open a Photoshop Elements file, launch the application, and open the file you want to edit.
To open an image in Photoshop Elements, you can either select the image from the File Browser or use the Open button located in the top right corner of the interface.
If you open the image from the File Browser, the program opens the file, but it’s not saved into your computer’s hard drive.
To create a new document, open Photoshop Elements, click on File → New and then select the type of document you want to create.
Alternatively, you can drag and drop images to a new document.
Create a new document
In the last step, you can change the size of a document by dragging the handles around it.
Resize a document
To add text to a document, select the text tool, or simply click on the text tool and drag an empty area to select an existing text.
To add text to your document, click on the text tool, drag, and place your cursor in the position where you want to create the text.
While it is important to learn how to use Photoshop Elements,
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Safari status bar icon change to battery indicator when using Twitter-Bootstrap-datepicker
I’m using Twitter-Bootstrap-datepicker and the Twitter-Bootstrap-datepicker.css
The icon for the navigation of the datepicker is a battery symbol, but in Safari (version 8.0.5 (10600.5.12) if I leave the datepicker open for a long time and I have no active charge, then Safari changes the status-bar icon to a battery symbol.
This is a consistent behaviour, but it’s not very convenient.
I can’t find any information about this problem.
How can I avoid this?
I’m using a MacBook Pro, if I needed to set the icon, but I don’t know.
I found that in some cases, the datepicker load an external stylesheet like “twitter-bootstrap-datepicker.external.css”, but it seems there is no change.
I had exactly the same issue today (appearing in Safari v8.0.5 on OS X 10.9.2, but not in Chrome 26.0.1410.64). Upon the searching of Google, I found a GitHub link that was discussing this issue.
According to the user “Girarion”, it is the Twitter-Bootstrap-datepicker.css that was changing the status bar icon to a battery.
You can open the Twitter-Bootstrap-datepicker.css file and read line 70 about the status-barr.css file. You can add a.battery class to the current status bar icon and remove it from that line. Or you can find the line 70 and remove “background-position: -21px 0;” from it.
background-position: -21px 0;
It’s been a turbulent year for storm chasers in the news, with the deaths of several of the best weather people on Earth.
Today may be a special time for storm chasing, as a huge storm system—the remnants of Typhoon Usagi—enters the Midwestern United States. The storm
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8GB RAM (32-bit)
1GB of GPU memory (32-bit)
20GB of available hard disk space
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Mac OS X 10.8, 10.9,