In the CS6 version of Photoshop, the **Image** menu is available only when you have a selected image. So, for example, if you want to select your photo before making any adjustments, you’ll need to select the photo using a control on the control bar.
# Making Photoshop look like Photoshop
You can apply all kinds of effects to photos and other image types within Photoshop. Whether you use the Smart Objects or traditional layers, you can apply various filters, effects, and even textures to your images using one of Photoshop’s many built-in effects and filters. But the effects that you’re most likely to use are the ones that Photoshop offers in the Selection and Filter categories.
* **Image Adjustment**. You can use this adjustment to change your photo’s overall color, contrast, brightness, and saturation.
Figure 1-1 shows the Photo Adjustments screen. Each color strip represents one color adjustment. In the figure, the top color strip represents the overall saturation adjustment, the middle color strip represents the overall brightness adjustment, and the bottom color strip represents the overall contrast adjustment.
* **Content-Aware Move**. Select this tool, select a target area in the image, and then press Ctrl+T (⌘-T) to move the contents of the target area to the selected target.
Figure 1-1. Photoshop provides a bevy of tools for changing the looks of your photos. Most of these tools work in much the same way, although with subtle differences. In this figure, you can see the Photo Adjustments panel. Each adjustment consists of a color strip, represented by the color on the left; depending on what’s selected in the Adjustments panel, the color strip may change to represent the brightness, saturation, or contrast of the image.
# Resizing Images
Most web images are held at a fixed width and height, but on the web you may need to display images that are much larger or smaller than the browser window—for example, to show an image on a Twitter feed or Facebook page.
Even when a browser displays an image, you can resize it in Photoshop. Figure 1-2 and resized to fit the window \(right\).”) shows the same
But what if you could use Photoshop, the world’s most popular image editor, without paying the big bucks? You can thanks to Prezi. You can create gorgeous presentations, interactive infographics, and share them as Prezi cards.
But before getting to that, let’s talk about Photoshop.
Have you used Photoshop before? If so, you know how much work it is to get the perfect picture. But Photoshop is not just about perfect pictures. You can use it to create new pictures, web graphics, animations, charts, infographics, logos, or any other kind of images.
A while ago, my daughter and her friends were learning to draw. I noticed that they were using a program called Adobe XD.
As the developer of a web application called Prezi, I wanted to help them improve their presentation skills. I asked them how they could get started.
They told me they had Adobe XD and asked if it was something I knew. I asked them which version they had. They told me they used Adobe XD Creative Cloud Edition. They told me they didn’t use Photoshop.
I said, “No, you don’t use Photoshop, you use Adobe XD.”
They said, “What? That’s impossible!”
So I started to explain Photoshop to them. Eventually they understood and after two or three lessons, they started to discover new features.
That’s when I realized that Photoshop is not the only image-editing program that can help people improve their work. There are many alternatives to Photoshop, but they are not as powerful or as intuitive.
In this article, you’ll learn how you can find and use an image-editing program that can help you create professional-quality images, without breaking your bank.
A note about Photoshop
Over the years, Photoshop has become the de facto standard when it comes to editing images.
If you’re using Photoshop, here’s a quick-and-easy way to get started.
First, let’s assume that you already have the latest version of Photoshop. You can get it here.
It’s a lot of software for a little money, so it might be worth it for a while. I’m sure you can get a copy for less than $100, but you can buy a more professional
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