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* **Active Creation:** We’ll begin this chapter with an overview of the interface, tools, and workspace. We’ll look at each tool separately and discuss some of the keyboard shortcuts. We’ll look at the work area toolbars and define the Photoshop workspace.
Next, we’ll show you how to open a new project, open an existing project, and open a project from a previous session, and then we’ll explain how to work with layers and filters. You’ll learn how to change the size of an image, how to add and remove layers, and how to adjust the color and brightness of a photo.
* **Working with Layers:** Learning how to work with layers can be a bit confusing if you are unfamiliar with Adobe Photoshop. This chapter includes tips to help keep everything clean and organized. Here, we’ll explain how layers work, how to create them, how to use them, and how to name them. We’ll also explain how to lay out and group layers.
* **The Photoshop Workspace:** A working photograph is a reflection of its creator. We’re going to help you see your photos in a wider, more dynamic perspective. In this chapter, we’ll discuss the Photoshop workspace and how it works.
* **Elements of Photoshop:** Photoshop elements are also commonly referred to as the Photoshop GUI. In this chapter, we’ll show you how to access Photoshop’s interface. We’ll show you how to create and work with the various tabs in Photoshop.
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When you first open Photoshop Elements you will be asked to create an account. If you already have an Adobe ID account or are a partner with Adobe, skip this step by selecting Sign In with Adobe ID and you’ll be logged in in a minute.
If you are a new user and do not have an Adobe ID account yet, you can create one for free.
You can also sign in with your Apple ID.
Like your other Adobe ID accounts, you can manage your apps, license and preferences.
You can also use the My Adobe Account feature that lets you add friends, family and other people to your Adobe account.
My Adobe Account is available on both macOS and Windows computers.
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Now you are ready to set up and use Photoshop Elements.
Stick-On Projective Grid
When you first open Photoshop Elements you will be asked to create a new project.
Before you can do that you need to create a grid that will help you control your image when you are editing.
Look for the Stick-On Projective Grid tool under the default tools.
Drag a selection over your image.
The tool comes up with selection options that are available on your computer.
This selection is represented by a red line that shows you the area of your image that you are selecting.
Select a color for the mask. In this case, it is black.
Select OK to create the selection.
With the image selected, you will be able to edit the image as if you were using a normal Photoshop file.
Grid and Transform
Highlight the Grid tool and hold down the Control key to resize the grid.
Activate the Transform tool and use the arrow keys to place grid lines.
Export Photoshop Elements Image
For editing, you need to export a Photoshop-compatible image file from the program.
To do that, select File, Export, and choose either Photoshop Image or Photoshop Export Format.
The process should be straightforward, but if you don’t know how to properly export a file, read on for instructions.
Image Selection Tools
In Photoshop Elements, you have several selection tools that are great for editing:
Lasso – Select and remove small areas of
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The earliest abbreviations had been introduced in the 15th century in the northern Germanic regions of Brandenburg, Prussia and Saxony. However, the first major collection was issued in 1571 for the area from the Hanseatic city of Lübeck to the imperial border near Mecklenburg, and soon the practice became widely adopted.
The standard Werksbriefe were two-sided books, one side printed in gothic letters, and the other in modern roman letters. By 1816, about 1,350 different printers had been involved in issuing over 4,000 editions.
The rather cumbersome nature of this method of recording and summarising business transactions was particularly problematic in larger corporations where the Werksbriefe were stored by the board of directors in a section called “Zufällige eingetragene Post-bestimmungen” (Chancellory Notices, “Random notations”), or Z.B.P. (German for: Zugangspost, “Accessory post”). Initially, these were kept in separate rooms for those posted. The main body of the documents was also stored separately, and first bound in early 18th century as “Sammliche Bestimmungen” (Collective Notices). These bound volumes typically contained about 100 entries, in most cases characterised by “für” (“for”).
Although many business-related documents were recorded using the Werksbriefe, even accounting, legal and medical documents were also recorded in a similar manner. However, the statutes of the “Burgerbriefe” or “Town Records” documented the states of the towns and cities in which they were kept. The last recorded editions of the Werksbriefe were issued in Lübeck in 1816.
In addition to the standard gothic handbooks, codices were also issued as “Handbücher” (Handbooks), these were a book of official announcements and correspondence. However, many such books have been destroyed, either through fire or because they were considered out of date.
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