Is Photoshop the best place to edit?
In many different ways, first is to place pictures in same document. To place picture above another you can from Bridge: choose 2 pictures (hold down Ctrl while clicking second picture) then go to Tools > Photoshop > Load Files into Photoshop Layers or from Photoshop: File > Scripts > Load Files into Stack..
RAW files can be sent from Lightroom to Photoshop for editing. Is it possible to edit the RAW file itself instead of a TIFF copy to retain Lightroom's RAW editing features even after the retouching?
How can you edit a picture to then place it with an explosion in the background you tried paint but it leaves a white box around the picture?
If you are in search of an image editor I would recommend Maya or Photoshop both you have to pay for but are brilliant and are used by professionals, but if you don't have such funds use G.I.M.P. Gimp is free and is similar to Photoshop. To fufill your task Using Photoshop or GIMP you would; Use the first layer as the explosion. Edit it to your liking using various filters and scale it to…
Do you mean how to resize image? First open image from File > Open in Photoshop then go to Image > Image Size. If you want to edit image you can do that regardless of source of that image. Image can be scanned, captured by digital camera, created in Photoshop or any other software available on market. If Photoshop supports that file format (JPEG, TIFF, PSD, PNG and so on) then you can edit it.
You can edit pictures by downloading a software called Photo shop. That way you can airbrush it and do much more!! You can do simple editing with other software but photo shop is probably the best! - - - - - Excuse me. You do NOT download Photoshop. You BUY Photoshop. It's a commercial product. If you want something downloadable, there's a program called GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program) which is pretty good, and free.
The correct word is "Photoshop." Photoshoping is a word used specifically to refer to using the Adobe Photoshop software to edit your image, and Photoshop is not free, but you can get a 30 day fully functional trial for it by signing up for the trial of Adobe's Creative Cloud service. There are free alternatives to Photosphop if using Photoshop for your image editing is not absolutely critical. Gimp is constidered one of the best…