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Adobe Photoshop’s interface design has changed slightly over the years, but the fundamental structure of the program has remained unchanged. Its powerful tools can be intimidating to a first-time user, but if you’re patient and don’t panic when you don’t know how to accomplish your next task, you can make rapid progress. Some of the tools require a keyboard shortcut, which is a nice feature to know. If you don’t like your shortcut, you can easily change it.

This Photoshop Tutorial will show you the basics of the program. It guides you through the process of creating an image with only Photoshop’s tools, without a plugin. You’ll also learn all about layers, and how to edit different types of layers with masks and brushes.

Tutorial covers:

Introducing the Photoshop toolkit

Creating a layer

Positioning layers

Basic layout concepts

How to resize layers

Creating and changing a layer’s opacity

Creating guides

Transparency

Using multiple layers

Tutorial assumes that you have experience with the Windows command line, also known as the Console (or the shell, for non-Mac users). Alternatively, you could use an alternative program such as the GIMP, which is free and open-source.

You will need to download the Photoshop Trial Version prior to beginning this tutorial.

The Photoshop CC 2019 Tutorial

Other Photoshop Tutorials:

Don’t forget the Tutorials section of this site for more tutorials, and check out Adobe’s Photoshop product page for updates, editions, and extensions that may be useful to you.

What’s a Layer?

Every image has one or more layers. Photoshop layers enable you to manipulate a single, unified layer, or several layers in various combinations.

You can alter the properties of the layers to change what the layer represents, and whether or not you can see it.

Every Photoshop document contains a composite image. Layers in the document are organized according to how they appear on the computer screen and in print. You create and manipulate layers in separate files; they are organized in files called stacks.

A stack is a file containing a set of layers that are arranged so they appear in the order you create them. So, for instance, if you create a layer on top of another layer, the pixels in the bottom layer will show through to the top layer.

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One of the first things you will notice about Photoshop Elements is that it does not have a toolbar. All the commands are activated by clicking directly on the toolbox of the image you want to modify. To change the settings of the tool, click on the “Layer” button, then “Tools”, “Command” and then your command.

There are two main types of layers: “Wrap” and “Branch.” In the “Wrap” layers, the image is copied as a whole. In the “Branch” layers, the image is copied as a whole, but it is divided into rectangles.

After choosing the layer you want to edit, you will get the following options:

Align: Align the top of a layer to the top of the canvas.

Align: Align the left of a layer to the left of the canvas.

Align: Align the bottom of a layer to the bottom of the canvas.

Align: Align the right of a layer to the right of the canvas.

Align: Align the top-left of a layer to the top-left of the canvas.

Align: Align the top-right of a layer to the top-right of the canvas.

Align: Align the bottom-left of a layer to the bottom-left of the canvas.

Align: Align the bottom-right of a layer to the bottom-right of the canvas.

Create a New Layer: This creates a new layer.

Create a New Layer: This creates a layer with the same contents as an existing one.

Duplicate: Duplicates the current layer, creating a second layer and a copy of the original.

Duplicate: Duplicates the current layer, creating a second layer and a copy of the original.

New: Creates a new layer.

New: Creates a new layer.

Reveal: Show hidden layers

Reveal: Shows hidden layers.

Reset: Resets the contents of a layer to the original state.

Reset: Resets the contents of a layer to the original state.

Select All: Select all layers.

Select All: Select all layers.

Toggle: Turns layers on or off.
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Monday, October 17, 2013

Raspberries with Kiwi & Pineapple- from the Jean’s Sitcom Recipe Collection

The Jean’s Sitcom Recipe Collection has 30 recipes for easy weeknight dinners. I’m so glad they’re now available via Amazon Kindle! The recipes are well written and easy to follow, and will be perfect for your family to create. Imagine using fun Jean’s Sitcom characters like Happy-Go-Lucky, Cock-a-Doodle-Doo, and Mimsy to show your kids how to make these recipes. All ages will have fun looking at the pictures and reading the instructions, and will have the makings of tasty meals for their families.

I LOVE Jean’s Sitcom recipes as I really enjoy watching them. Most of the recipes could be prepared within minutes and there’s something for everyone.

This weeks recipe is from the Jean’s Sitcom recipe collection and that is Raspberries with Kiwi and Pineapple.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did when I made it.

Raspberries with Kiwi & Pineapple

Makes 2 servings.

Jean says:

When the kids were little they used to love just eating the raspberries and popping them into their mouths one by one. Now they’re older and eat them by the handful — but still, they like them and so do we!

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I’m probably not the person you’re looking for, but I think “why Trump won” is a really important question to ask. Although I definitely want to know what happened in my own election, I don’t get why the “why Trump won” question is so important to so many people, since for each person, “why Trump won” is a really personal question.

What are your thoughts? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter, @kevinkc. You can also tweet me at @epmichaels.

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I had a feeling that the identity of the Trump voters would be a big question to ask of the election results. As much of my own identity is rooted in the 1990s, and the generation before it, in that period of the 1980s, I fully expected my identity to be changed by the Trump voters. (I know I could be wrong about that, but I’m not going to give up that discussion now.)

I’m glad I decided to check out that post. I had been thinking about it for a while, but had been holding off, because I didn’t want to subject myself to more bitter vitriol over social media. I’m glad I did, because when I did read that post, I almost stopped writing this (okay, I did stop writing for a bit). I was overwhelmed at the level of cognitive dissonance that was occurring in our nation, and its effects on so many. I was having a hard time reconciling the personal level of vilification I was seeing, with the very real and very hard to overcome effects of our nation’s national character.

My initial impulse was to just let it go. It’s not that we’re stronger if we hate each other, but we’re certainly stronger when we all have each other’s backs. I can do that in my own life, and as a nation we should all be able to do that.

But I’m very curious

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