Adobe Photoshop contains two applications. One of them is called Photoshop CS5 and this article is about that specific application.
The CS5 version of Photoshop has many improvements over the CS4 version. The CS5 version is more robust, faster, and has a streamlined interface to make it easier to work with.
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Adobe Photoshop has been one of the most popular applications for digital imaging since its release in 2001. Its features include:
Feature Perfect Image Retouching Photoshop allows users to retouch images in various ways and correct minor or major flaws or imperfections in their photos. The retouching tools allow users to remove the unwanted elements that show up in the photo. These tools include, among others: blemish removal, skin correction, red eye removal, nose reduction, cat reduction, wrinkled forehead correction, skin smoothing, looking younger and more perfect, adjusting the color and brightness for better pictures.
Change Camera Settings This tool allows users to change the camera settings. By controlling these settings, photographers can use Photoshop to stabilize the photos. For example, if a photo is blurry, Photoshop offers the control to fix that.
Painters’ Pen This tool is offered in the painting toolbox, but it’s great for correcting or retouching photos, canvases or paper.
Basic Photo Enhancements This tool allows users to control colors, adjust brightness, and sharpen images. This is very helpful for boosting photos.
Snapping, Warping, & Perspective Photoshop offers various tools for snapping, warping, and perspective. The snapping and warping tools are great for very short distances.
Free Transform Photoshop is a great tool for converting and stretching images.
The ability to resize, rotate, flip, crop, and transform images allows users to optimize the photographs they take. The list of tools continues on in this article.
Layer Enhancer and Layer Mover Photoshop allows users to overlay multiple layers with transparency, which allows users to edit and manipulate the background of images. The current version of Photoshop offers five different layers. The five layers include: Adjustment, Basic, Typography, Effects, and Free Transform.
The main use of Photoshop is to allow users to edit their images. Photoshop can do so much more than just alter a photo, though. Many of the tools and features are available to the user if they choose to buy the CS5 version.
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Photoshop Elements features:
• Raw (DNG) image file format supports all new or older digital cameras (like a Nikon 1, Canon, Pentax or Panasonic cameras)
• Open the images in raw file format (DNG) via the RAW Converter
• New high-quality picture JPG images and optimized graphics like PNG and GIF for most scenarios
• Pixel-matching for optimal performance and maximum quality of your graphics
• New sorting and organizing tools
• Images can be cropped without cropping the pixels outside the image. This makes it possible to remove small parts from your photos like empty space or white area
• Advanced image editing tools such as Healing, Smudging, Sharpen, Blur, Clone, Selective Color, Selective Color Mask, Filters, Layer Masks, Gradient Masks
• Retouch tools like Unsharp Mask, Levels, Brightness, Contrast, Shadows, Whites and Blacks
• Image transformations including Rotation, Skew, Shear, Distort, Warp, and Masks
• An array of tools such as Photo Matching, Cloning, Virtual Clone Stamp, Lasso, Spot Healing Brush, Adjustment Layers, Dodge and Burn, Gradient Tool, Multiple Linear Gradient Tool, Dividing, Healing Brush, Rewind, Drop Shadow, Colorize, and a host of more
The features are the same as Photoshop CS3 and above. All the features are displayed in the main window of Photoshop Elements. The main difference is that most of the functionality is grouped, making it easier to navigate the features that you need and offering much more functionality in a smaller application.
The layout of the Elements application is incredibly simple and easy to use. It has three modules with its own icons which open each of the modules from this main window:
1. The main window and tools where you can crop your images to remove any extra white space, adjust the brightness, contrast, shadows and highlights of your pictures, create a multiple image sequence, create new images from an existing picture, apply special effects to your pictures, create your own graphic, add a watermark to your image, create an animation, animate your pictures, save your new images or create a file in your computer that can be played in the digital camera (Videoscribe), see your pictures on multiple monitors, create a slide show, and much more.
2. The left side contains
Figure 4.15 shows a photo of the stars from the National Air and Space Museum’s collection. Since the picture is a bit out of focus, it needs some work to be more sharp, and for the stars to be easier to see. This is when you would use the Clone Stamp tool to clone pixels from a good star and paste them into the lost stars. To work with this image, follow these steps:
1. Select the Clone Stamp tool by clicking its icon on the left of the Tools panel.
2. Drag the cursor over the stars to select the areas you want to clone pixels from. In this case, we will clone the stars from the top of the photo, shown in figure 4.15-1, and paste the copied stars near the bottom of the photo, shown in figure 4.15-2.
3. Click inside the main painting area to open the Clone Stamp dialog box, shown in figure 4.15-3.
4. In the Brush Preset list, click the color red (figure 4.15-3, clipart).
5. Click OK.
6. A preview of the effect you will create is shown in figure 4.15-4. When you are happy with the result, click OK.
7. The new stars are clipped to the top of the photo, and there are fewer stars at the bottom. You can use the Selection and Move tools to bring the new stars into position (see chapter 3 for more information on clipping and moving).
8. To fine-tune the work, use the Eraser tool or a layer mask to remove the areas you no longer want to have copied pixels from.
This image was taken from the National Air and Space Museum’s collection.
After applying the Clone Stamp tool, here shown on the image from figure 4.15-1, we have some stars missing and others are very hard to see. The image appears to be out of focus. To fix this, you will use the Clone Stamp tool to copy pixels from a star and paste them into the lost stars.
In the Clone Stamp dialog box, we have selected the red brush preset. Note the small preview area and the area outside of the preview
Associação Oriente de Desportos
Associação Oriente de Desportos, also known simply as Oriente or ORODES by its acronym, is a football club that plays in the Série C in Angola.
The club was founded on February 13, 2012, in the capital city of Luanda, but they play their games at the Estádio Fernando Costa in the district of Cidade de São Paulo, the sports complex that the club also own.
Angolan League: 1
Angolan Cup: 1
Performance in CAF competitions
CAF Confederation Cup: 2 appearances
2017 – Group Stage
2018 – Group Stage
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The Gate City is the official student newspaper of Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It was established in 1938 by the Associated Students of Augustana College.
The Gate City was originally established in the 1960s when the college began to change its focus from a small liberal arts college to a more traditional seminary/university campus. The Gate City is printed on newsprint as a broadsheet and is distributed on campus in the cafeteria, residence halls, and offices of the college administration. The Gate City has been self-supporting since 1979.
In 2000, the Gate City was in the process of printing its 130th issue and was without a president. The Associated Students of Augustana College, the college’s governing body, made the decision to ask Gate City Editor Nancy Darley-Fannin to accept the position of president. With support from college officials and a nearly two-decade track record of successful operations as Gate City editor, Darley-Fannin took over the presidency of the newspaper on July 1, 2000. She is a 1980 graduate of Augustana College and a 1989 graduate of the University of Chicago Divinity School. She has been editing the Gate City since the college announced her appointment.
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