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Web Design with PhotoShop Prerequisite: Web Design Fundamentals   Learn to build professional web graphics with Adobe Photoshop. 1.     Use …

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    Web Design with PhotoShop

    Prerequisite: Web Design Fundamentals

     

    Learn to build professional web graphics with Adobe Photoshop.

    1.     Use the marquee, lasso, and magic wand tools to select parts of an image invidious ways.

    2.     Deselect a selection.

    3.     Move and duplicate a selection.

    4.     Constrain the movement of a selection.

    5.     Adjust a selection with the arrow keys

    6.     Add to and subtract from selection.

    7.     Rotate, scale, and transform a selection.

    8.     Combine selection tools.

    9.     Crop an image.

    10.  Organize your artwork on layers.

    11.  Create a new layer.

    12.  View and hide layers.

    13.  Select layers.

    14.  Remove artwork on layers.

    15.  Reorder layers to change the placement of artwork in the image.

    16.  Apply modes to layers to vary the effect of artwork on the layer.

    17.  Link layers to affect them simultaneously

    18.  Apply a gradient to a layer.

    19.  Add text and layer effects to a layer.

    20.  Save a copy of the file with the layers flattened.

    21.  Choose the correct resolution for a scanned photograph

    22.  Crop an image to final size.

    23.  Adjust the tonal range of an image.

    24.  Remove a color cast from an image using an adjustment layer.

    25.  Use the Replace color command to change the hue and saturation of a selected color in a photograph

    26.  Adjust the saturation and brightness of isolated areas of an image using the sponge and dodge tools.

    27.  Use the rubber stamp tool to eliminate an unwanted object from an image.

    28.  Replace parts of an image with another image.

    29.  Apply the Unsharp Mask filter to finish the photo-retouching process.

    30.  Save an adobe PhotoShop file in a format that can be used by a page layout program.

    31.  Differentiate between bitmap and vector photograph

    32.  Place an Adobe Illustrator graphic in an Adobe PhotoShop file.

    33.  Scale the placed graphic

    34.  Distort a graphic to match the perspective of a photograph.

    35.  Apply different blending modes to graphic.

    36.  Use the Export Transparent Image wizard to prepare a Photoshop image for use in an Illustrator file.

    37.  To convert an image to Bitmap mode

    38.  To convert a Bitmap-mode image to grayscale

    39.  About channels

    40.  Alpha channels

    41.  To display the Channels palette

    42.  To create a new alpha channel and specify options

    43.  About masks

    44. To create a quick mask

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