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Photoshop Basics

What is Photoshop?

Adobe Photoshop is one of the most popular and professional image editing program developed by Adobe systems.It released as a commercial graphic editing program in 1989; 24 years ago. This is available in more than 20 languages.

Since it’s a first release, It become a more popular and more complex. Every new version comes with new cool features. The Current version of Photoshop CS6 for Window and Mac operating system.

Role of Photoshop ?

It is standard for raster graphic creation, editing and manipulation. This program is use for Artists, Designers And Photographers etc. This package it comes with lots of tools for editing graphic/photo. It offers a lots of filters, and plug-ins which enables you to add cool effects to your editing image.

Photoshop is much more then an editing program for your digital image graphic. It enabled you number of tools for creating graphics for your website Design. With Photoshop, A web designers can easily create a website layout, Logos, Banners by using a set of vector based tools – custom shapes, styles, gradients and masks etc.

What you Will Learn?

You will learn how to modify your photographs resize, crop, manipulating your image, adjusting brightness, contrast, and colour balance, Also you will learn advantage of layers transparency, creating text graphics, creating cool design graphic like Banner, Greetings and Web templates etc by simple and cool way.

What Type of file formats?

Photoshop files have default file format as .PSD, which stands for “Photoshop Document”. This .PSD file stores an image with the support for most common available in Photoshop. This includes layers with masking, transparency, text, alpha channels and colours, clipping paths etc. This is in Contrast to number of other file formats like .JPG and .GIF. A PSD file has a maximum width and height of 30,000 Pixels and a length of file size is 2 GB.

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  • Keshav Naidu on July 22nd, 2014 7:30 pm

    Simple tutorial… thanks

  • faheem ali on December 11th, 2014 1:39 pm

    please give me more info….

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