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Use the following steps to learn Photoshop:
1. Open Photoshop on a regular computer.
The Adobe website has links to information on Windows and Macintosh computers, respectively. Figure 3-1 shows the Photoshop CS6 user interface.
2. Click the New button.
You arrive in the new file window. Figure 3-2 shows the New dialog box.
Notice that the New dialog box is divided into a left pane and a right pane. The left pane contains the programs, items, and menus. The right pane contains the image and any other items that you add.
3. A drop-down menu is provided to browse through several effects, tools, and plug-ins. You can choose the Photoshop plug-in from the menu. The Compose window displays all the layers in the image and allows you to add new layers, edit, and delete layers.
The image in Figure 3-3 shows the Compose window with eight layers (each with a different color) in the image. The image is cropped from the top. (Cropping an image removes a portion of the image to provide a framed-in area.) A new document is named _Test.psd_. Click the Add Layer button to create a new layer.
You can add layers to Photoshop via the Layer menu. Figure 3-4 shows the Layer menu.
Figure 3-1: The Adobe website has links to information on Photoshop, including tutorials.
Figure 3-2: The New dialog box enables you to choose what to add in an image.
Figure 3-3: The Compose window displays all the layers in the image.
Figure 3-4: Click the Layer menu icon to view the layer menu.
You can add as many images and elements to the Layers palette as you want. However, many graphic designers (who often use Photoshop) create several blank layers to work on a design — sometimes 100 or more!
4. Access the Layers palette by using the Window menu and clicking the Layers palette tab.
If you prefer the traditional keyboard shortcuts (Ctrl+Alt+Shift+I or Layer, as needed), you can press Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N. Figure 3-5 shows a selection of layers in the Layers palette. If you need to add a new layer, simply click the Add Layer button at the bottom of the Layers palette.
5. Click the Add New Fill or
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The photos in this article are of good quality, but Photoshop Elements could be a great way to edit, color correct and retouch images.
Where to Start with Photoshop Elements (Paint Program)
You can download a free copy of Elements from the Adobe website by clicking here.
After you have downloaded Elements, the next step is to install it. To do this, simply double-click on the installer file you have downloaded. This will allow you to navigate through the 3-stage installer process that Adobe provides. After the installation has been completed, click on ‘Continue’ to start using Photoshop Elements.
Step 1: Windows
Press Windows + X to open ‘Programs’ and then right-click on ‘Adobe Photoshop Elements’ and click on ‘Uninstall’.
Step 2: macOS
Open your Applications directory by pressing the ‘Apple’ key on your keyboard and then double-click on ‘Adobe Photoshop Elements’ and click on ‘Uninstall’.
Installing Photoshop Elements on Windows is very simple and quick. Click here to read the Windows tutorial.
Installing Photoshop Elements on macOS is bit more complicated. You need to find the installer file and then run it in an administrator account. The installer file is found under the Program Files directory in Macintosh. Open Finder and then press Command + Shift + G to open the ‘Go To’ window. Type the following in the address bar:
/Users/YourUserName/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Photoshop Elements/
In this case, YourUserName will be your username and your Library directory is inside your Macintosh System directory.
The next step is to right-click on Adobe Photoshop Elements and click on ‘Open’.
When you open Photoshop Elements for the first time on your computer, you need to click on the icon on your toolbar so that you can use it. You can access the toolbar by clicking on the circular icon on the left side of the toolbar.
Step 4: iOS
If you have a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar or a MacBook Pro with Touch ID, you will have to go to the following website and download the Photoshop Elements application.
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When I run this command:
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INNER JOIN AdditionalColumns
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I get the result:
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3 789 This is the result
But when I try to put it in a view or a stored procedure, I get:
Column ‘AdditionalColumns.value’ cannot be introduced by ‘AS’ because this is not a GROUP BY column
How can I convert my derived table to a list?
You can use CROSS APPLY to unpivot additional columns, or [dbo].[Unpivot](N’@ValuesForAdditionalColumnsList table(…)’,@ListOfValuesForAdditionalColumnsList nvarchar(max)) as [dbo].[Unpivot](@ValuesForAdditionalColumnsList,@ListOfValuesForAdditionalColumnsList)
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Tuesday, July 5, 2012
Every now and again, I use the image files I have downloaded onto CD, and generally just blow out all my images to make room for new ones. Sometimes there are things I forget to delete, so that makes me feel guilty.
This is one of those times.
I was thinking it would be nice to make a mosaic out of this image. It’s one of those images I really like and remembered to download onto CD. It is one of the nice things about the free ground space on a solaris unit – anything I download is always there for me to move, blow out, or delete.
The mosaic is made up of 6 individual images, some of which I used, some of which I saved from the full image here, and some of which I simply downloaded onto CD. I love it, though.
Of course, the mosaic is made up of stock images, so if I come across some truly stunning images, I could download them and make a mosaic.
Blogger has an image editing tool that allows you to combine multiple images. This tool is limited, but it is simple to get started. In fact, I downloaded the free version a few weeks ago.
I created a blog post about how to make a mosaic – there are lots of free and paid tools and I’m sure you can find loads of information out there, if you want to learn more.
Essentially, I have found two ways to make a mosaic. One way is to use crop marks to crop each image in the right place on the image. This is the simplest way.
The other way is to crop each image to the right place, then position each image onto the canvas.
In the video below, I show you how to do the easiest way to make a mosaic – just position the images and adjust the background opacity until you are happy with the result.
This image was like a birthday present for me, when I first moved to Fairfield, because it is beautifully sunny and clear, and I spent my birthday on a one-hour hike in the bush with my sister and 2 cousins. It’s one of those images that kind of puts a spring in my step every time I see it.
Two weeks ago, I spent a weekend in an apartment with my friends. We went to a little cabin, about an hour and a half drive away, and picnicked, cooked, and drank wine.
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