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Tutorial into photoshop

Tutorial into photoshop

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  • 1. Making your school magazine
  • 2. Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Making your school magazine
  • 3. When Opening a new page Step 1: Title every new page Step 2: Select International Paper Step 3: Choose A4 paper size You are working on with tools, commands and palette’s. You are the artist!
  • 4. Creating your first text layer Select Layer from Menu and Layer. The keyboard shortcut is placed alongside the command The basic principles of Photoshop is to layer the file
  • 5. Label Each Layer. This is essential practice Hint: Colour code your layers to help with easier Type in the name of navigation the layer
  • 6. Step 2: Then simply click and drag across the page and type Step 1: Select the type tool Notice how the palette’s automatically create a new layer
  • 7. Selecting Colour and fonts for the font layer Select the colour button and simply choose the colour you want to use This box lets you change the text. Hint, if you highlight the word and use the don arrow it will scroll through the different fonts and lets you preview which font to
  • 8. Stylising layers Step 1: Click on layer command Step 2: Click on Layer Style This drop down menu appears and simply click on any option Did you know how a command gets its name? because your ordering it to do something!
  • 9. Layer Style Options Simply tick the bounding boxes to choose a layer style You can preview and experiment with the blending gradient options
  • 10. By using cmd + you can zoom into what you are working on This principle of design work allows to work in detail on a layer. cmd - allows you to zoom out. This feature allows to look at the overall layout a useful short cut!
  • 11. Layers are there to be developed.. Look how the layer is becoming more complicated
  • 12. Building Layers Once you understand the principal of layers you can then start adding as many as you want.
  • 13. Layers can include Text and Images
  • 14. I have placed a layered shape Use this tool to select the shape or symbol New layer appears here Hint: Layers can be changed in order by simply placing the layers at the bottom of the palette they move it to the background of the page you are working Text
  • 15. Select the layer you want to colour and then simply choose the colour picker Hint: when using colours in your design be consistent and avoid using illuminous or highlighter colours
  • 16. How do I add an image? Simply choose file and open the image in Photoshop
  • 17. You will now see two files open at the same time Note the file extension has automatically the same code. Hint: always check the file types are the same otherwise they lack compatibility
  • 18. Then simply drag the image onto your front page 1. Select the Move tool 2. Click and drag the image onto your front page.
  • 19. The image on your front page is now ready to be transformed By transforming a layer you can scale and manipulate the layer itself
  • 20. Go to the Edit command and select Transform Then select scale
  • 21. By selecting shift on the keyboard and then dragging the layer across the page you can resize the layer without pixelating it Click and drag from here
  • 22. Can you guess how I got the layer into the background? Here’s the hint