Basics of Photoshop, Introduction to all toolbars

Basics of Photoshop, Introduction to all toolbars

Photoshop is a very powerful and deadly computer application. But you do not know how to work in Photoshop; So don't start working in Photoshop. Today's tune will serve as a start for them.

I don't have Photoshop!

Aren't you a Photoshop user now? You may be thinking that Photoshop cannot be bought without learning? No problem; download Photoshop CC 2015 or Photoshop CC 2014. A 30-day trial is available here. 30 days is enough time to learn the trial of Photoshop. [Note: Photoshop can be used by cracking, so it can be used without paying for Photoshop.

However, this tune is not about how Photoshop cracks. Here's a look at some of the basics of Photoshop. Many ask a question; Which is the best alternative to Photoshop? For Mac or Apple it is the PixelMator which can be used for a lifetime at a cost of $ 30 once. And another one for all operating systems is GIMP; This is a free photo manipulation program. However, today we will only talk about Photoshop. Download Photoshop CC 2014 (32 bit) (64 bit) So let's get started.


Now we will learn about each of the tools of Photoshop; I will know what to do with them. Of course, you will start to get ideas about them using all the tools yourself. Basically, if you know about the toolbar, you will be able to master the basics of Photoshop. So let's take a brief look at Photoshop's toolbar.

All tools

Introduction to all toolbars

Marquee Tool (Keyboard: M)

Inside the selection tools, this marquee tool can be used to create round and square shaped selections and objects. The perfect square selection is obtained by pressing the Shift key and dragging the rectangular marquee tool. Similarly, dragging elliptical (circular) marquee tool gives perfect circular selection.

Move Tool (Keyboard: V)

Using these tools, Layer and Drawn Selection can be moved anywhere in Photoshop Canvas. Selection of different shapes selected through Marquee tool can be moved or moved anywhere with this move tool.

Lasso Tool (Keyboard: L)

Lasso tools are generally of two types. One is: free-handed another polygonal lasso tool. It is used to select layers around the object arbitrarily on the free form or free hand canvas. The object is selected by holding and dragging with the mouse. When the mouse is released from the clicking position during the drag, a closed selection will be made by drawing a line with the starting clicking position from that position. In this way, the line is selected by drawing a line around the canvas and again joining the end line at the starting point of the starting line.

Magic Wand Tool (Keyboard: W)

This is also a kind of selection tool. The place you want to select; Click on that spot with this tool there. Photoshop will automatically select the place. However, it is often not possible to get the perfect selection. This is a necessary tool for removing the background in a crude way.

Crop Tool (Keyboard: C)

This crop tool is used to cut or crop any image to the desired size.

Eye Dropper (Keyboard: I)

With this tool you can click any part of the canvas; it will show you the color code of that part, the color sample. It is used for a variety of purposes, including color matching of several objects on the canvas.

Healing Brush (Keyboard: J)

Suppose your image is selected and moved to another canvas with some unwanted color or object in the selection. With this tool, the other side of the unwanted color is rubbed and it will be blended by the side color. This is a very useful tool. It is used for various purposes.

Paint Brush (Keyboard: B)

This is a tool used for many purposes in Photoshop. Tuktak akaaki can be done with it. Layers can be removed. There are many things that can be done, including drawing different shapes. There are many sizes of brushes available in the paintbrush tool. Individual brushes are used according to demand and function.

Eraser (Keyboard: E)

This is in stark contrast to the paintbrush tool. Because it removes the paint instead of the paint.

Clone Stamp (Keyboard: S)

This tool allows you to select samples from any part of the photograph; At the same time you can re-paste it in another part.

Type Tool (Keyboard: T)

With the type tool you can write anything on the canvas in Photoshop anyway. Here you can use any font, color, horizontal style etc. as you wish. This means that you have to use this tool to do all the writing work.

Blur, Sharpen, and Smudge

The Blu-ray tool lets you focus on your painted parts. In the same way you can sharpen with the Sharpen and Smudge tools and do the same with another.

Paint Can and Gradient Tool (Keyboard: G)

This paint can tool is used to fill different parts of the image with foreground color in Photoshop canvas. Similarly gradient tool can give different gradient effects on canvas.

Pen Tool (Keyboard: P)

This paint tool is commonly used to draw vector graphics. It is also used to create different paths.

Path Tool (Keyboard: A)

This is a tool like Move tool. However, it is only possible to move the path.

Shape Tool (Keyboard: U)

With Shape tool you can create different vector shapes, triangles, quadrilaterals like this.

Hand Tool (Keyboard: H)

With the hand tool you can drag and drop anywhere on Photoshop's canvas. After zooming through the zoom tool, you can drag it to different places with this tool.

Zoom Tool (Keyboard: Z)

It is used to enlarge in different places for the convenience of working on Photoshop's canvas.

Color Selection Tool:

Use any color through it; It can be seen what color is in the background, foreground.

In this episode we have discussed toolbar. Hope you got some ideas. To learn Photoshop you must regularly work with different images in Photoshop. You can't just learn by reading.


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