How do you deep-etch in Adobe Photoshop?
I don't know much but this may help - you can use the magic wand tool that will select a certain amount of colours e.g if you have a flower with a black background you use the magic wand on the black, it will select the black areas and you can delete it, or the pen tool for more precise tracing around objects. Then you have to do something with the "path" you've made with the pen tool....but I'm not totally sure. I hope this helps get things started!
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Photoshop is a computer program that you can put in a photo and edit it to make pretty cool things.
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Adobe is the program owner while the photoshop is the program that runs on any computer it is loaded on, including iMac & MacBooks.
Adobe photoshop is installed to your hard drive, where as Photoshop portable can be places anywhere and run from anywhere, such as a USB drive.
Photoshop can do a wide variety of things, from editing images, to rendering images, to creating advanced images from scratch
Photoshop is Typically used mostly for raster image editing where Illustrator is used for creating new vector images from scratch... For Example: You could use Illus…trator to make pictures for a children's book. You would use Photoshop to take the power lines out of a picture taken from a camera.
It depends entirely on the project - Photoshop is an image andgraphics creation and editing tool, based on pixel files.Illustrator is an original artwork and design program th…at is basedon vector files. The difference is that vector files can be resizedwithout any loss or change in resolution. The easiest way to viewthe 2 is to imagine Photoshop as a digital tool for photographersand artists creating digital images, and Illustrator as a digitalprogram for painters, sketchers, print artists, etc. Both programs are powerful in their own respect, but only inrespect to the project at hand. For example, Illustrator is greatfor making print brochures, magazine layouts, original art, etc.,but it can't edit photos or similar images. Conversely, Photoshopis the program if you're looking to work with digital images, butit's not for making print publications.
Nothing, Photoshop is created by Adobe, it's just quicker to say Photoshop instead of always saying 'Adobe' in front of it.
Yes, for many reasons. But the main reason is Photoshop CS5's Content Aware feature. If you select a area in your photo and click the delete button on your keyboard it will fi…ll in the background behind it by using its surrounding areas as clues.
John and Thomas Knoll invented adobe Photoshop. Adobe Illustrator is based on so-called BÃ©zier curves.
Adobe Photoshop is better for editing photos, naturally. Adobe Fireworks is better for graphic design such as logos.
You can edit peatures or combine pictures to make a new picture. You can also draw an image then edit it.
No but they colaborate. Photoshop have more features but Lightroom have better cappabilities for photographers.
Photoshop Elements is Photoshop but with less features, so Photoshop is better but it is professional level software. For home use or to get started Photoshop Elements is OK.
CC editions deal with cloud features. So, unless you are thinkingof using those, CS6 will do just fine.