* _Blend Modes_ —This function does the same thing as adding a layer, but they work on different ways with four different blending modes: Multiply, Screen, Linear Burn, and Linear Dodge. These blending modes are found under the Effects menu and are under the Mode drop-down menu. I use them in Chapter 10 to create grungy, grunge-like images.
* _Content-Aware Fill_ —This function is under the Filters menu. This feature is useful for creating seamless or seamless-looking images without having to crop, which can introduce artifacts or other graphic oddities. This feature takes a subject and replaces its pixels with similar pixels from another area of the subject. It’s especially helpful for removing imperfections and generally cleaning up images without the need to spend hours cropping in an image editor and then sending it to a graphic designer to clean up again. I describe it in more detail in Chapter 16.
Adobe Photoshop Elements is compatible with most operating systems including Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. It is easy to learn and get started with. It has been designed to be a great editing tool for beginners. You can do all the basic operations with the program and then move on to the more advanced ones when you feel you’re ready.
Because Adobe Photoshop Elements has a smaller community than Photoshop, it is much easier to get started and learn.
As an image editor, Photoshop has a rich feature set compared to Photoshop Elements. Photoshop is more polished, comes with many features, and has more support.
It’s up to you to decide what you want from your image editor and try both to see which one you like best.
Why Photoshop Elements?
Photoshop Elements is an alternative to Photoshop as a hobbyist or amateur photographer. It’s great for creating photo book projects.
In most cases, using Photoshop Elements is a simpler way to edit images. You’ll work more efficiently and get more done in the same amount of time.
Here are some key advantages of Photoshop Elements over Photoshop:
Easier to use for beginners
More beginner friendly
Pros of Photoshop Elements:
Great for photo books
Create great projects
Cons of Photoshop Elements:
Slightly slower than Photoshop
Easier to use for beginners
Photoshop Elements’ user interface is accessible and intuitive. It’s easy to learn and use.
You can make any effect without having to do a lot of complicated settings and configurations. There are a lot of easy-to-use presets that will make your work much easier.
You can also use a variety of tools and items to experiment with for the first time without having to learn a lot. There are lots of helpful tutorials to learn from and it’s easy to find lots of beginner tips online.
There is a section in Photoshop Elements where you can create new layers and edit them, but the layers are the same as in Photoshop. You’re not too far off from a professional photo editing workflow.
There is also a selection modes, but it’s like Photoshop’s selection tools. Most of the time, you just select and then you can do whatever you want. It’s great for getting started.
There are more options available in Photoshop Elements when it comes to masking and selection. You can apply shape masks,
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How to install LAMP on Android
Before I start this question I know that doing this on Android emulator would be a fairly bad idea. But it is my first time installing any web server on any form factor other than a desktop computer.
What I do know is that I was trying to install lamp on Android. But once installed I could not find apache’s default webpage. Which was the “well-placed-there” When I checked my phone’s connectivity it always showed as being connected.
I did a bit of research on this. And based on what I could find I made a couple of assumptions. I assume that since I could install the lamp server on the emulator, it is rather obvious that Android is not an Internet connectivity issue. It must be a routing issue.
Android was not able to route the traffic to the machine which is what my apache installed on.
The DNS server is not able to resolve my machine’s IP address to an A record.
The DNS server is not able to resolve my machine’s public IP address to an A record
My phone’s SIM card also has an attached Wi-Fi network which Android uses to connect to the internet.
Is there any way to install a web server like the lamp server on Android?
If I am right that I cannot install it on the phone, what should I do to test the connectivity of apache on the phone?
You’re right – it’s (a very unreasonable) thing to do – but if you really want to, you can. In an emulator, everything works as if it’s connected to the net – it’ll provide all the services that you’d expect an apache server to provide. So your output should be there. One way is to mount your Ubuntu root file system in Android, and mount /var/www to your home directory – this would show you what you’d get, and would be non-destructive. Another would be to connect to your Android from your Ubuntu, using SSH – I’ve done that recently.
If you want to do this in the real device, you’d need a rooted device, probably, and a tool like Android File Transfer, or something like that. But you’d need to approach it from the device’s perspective. (There’s a fuse module I believe that might provide a
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