Photoshop 7 Complete Course
Photoshop 7 Complete Course
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Description* Each session explains chapter goals, materials needed, time required, a list of key concepts and features, and additional projects.
* Each page includes screenshots or photographs to accompany the text.
* CD-ROM contains all of the files and materials needed for the project.
PART I: Course Setup.
PART II: Getting to Know Photoshop.
Session 1: Customizing Photoshop.
Session 2: Managing Documents.
Session 3: Viewing Documents.
PART III: Painting and Drawing.
Session 4: Choosing and Using Color.
Session 5: Painting and Filling with Pixels.
Session 6: Drawing with Vectors.
PART IV: Image Editing.
Session 7: Selecting.
Session 8: Using Layers.
Session 9: Compositing Images.
Session 10: Filters, Layer Styles, and Special Effects.
PART V: Text.
Session 11: Creating and Formatting Text.
Session 12: Special Text Effects.
PART VI: Working with Photographs in the Digital Darkroom.
Session 13: Using Darkroom Tools.
Session 14: Controlling Tone.
Session 15: Adjusting Color.
PART VII: Preparing Art for Print and Web.
Session 16: Creating Graphics, Pages, and Gallery Sites for the Web.
Session 17: Printing.
Appendix A: What's on the CD-ROM.
|Intro||Additional information for the Introduction|
These elements do not appear in the first printing of the book.
Additional information for the Introduction
Conventions Used in this Book
Each session in this book is made up of step-by-step tutorials. The bold type in a step indicates what you should do. Non-bold type following a step offers further explanation of that step.
A hot pink step number indicates that a step is illustrated. Look for a matching hot pink number on the nearby illustration. Steps with blue numbers are not illustrated.
Additional useful information is offered in hot pink Notes, Warnings, and Tips and in larger blue boxes scattered through the text.
Navigate to cb_filmslate.psd in the Confidence Builder folder on your
Make sure the Shape Layers icon is selected on the left side of the Options bar. Click and drag in the document to draw a puzzle shape, adjusting its size and shape as you drag.
…. This changes the
Make sure that the
If you want to reduce the effect of this filter after applying it, choose Edit -->Fade Texturizer and …
Choose File --> Save to save your collage as cb_walkofame.psd in the
Confidence Builder folder on your
|19||Second paragraph on this page |
(“The breadth and depth . . . this expansive program”) appears to be part of an introduction to the chapter. That paragraph is really part of the text that goes with the bulleted list on pg. 20, which doesn’t make much sense without it. Can you place the paragraph and the list together?
All of the headings in this chapter beginning with “New looks for OS X and Windows XP” should be subordinate in style to the heading “New Features in Photoshop 7”.
|30||Adobe ImageReady headline |
The “Adobe ImageReady 7” headline should be same gray color as the “Internet Explorer 4+ or Netscape Navigator 4+” headline on pg. 31 and the Adobe Photoshop 7 headline on pg. 26.
|33||Stepping through the Project Stages headline |
The “Stepping through the Project Stages” headline should be same color black as the “Required Files” headline on pg. 32.
Choose FileàClose from the menu bar and click Don’t Save (Windows: No) at the prompt.
Leave the image open for the next
Choose File --> Open …. Click Update if you see a warning that some text layers may need to be updated. Click the Visibility icon on the Screen Content layer set to hide that set.
Click the Shape tool in the toolbox and choose the Rounded Rectangle tool from the hidden menu. Set the Radius field in the Options bar to 5 px. Make sure the Shape Layers icon is selected on the left side of the Options bar.
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