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You’ll find Photoshop Elements helpful to edit photos, but it’s designed for simpler projects than Photoshop.
Upgrading older images in Photoshop
When upgrading from a digital camera, scanner, or simple document scanner, you’re usually more interested in the quality of the image than in saving the image format from the point of view of future editing. Unfortunately, many scanners still save in TIFF formats that are based on the raster data system. This data format, made popular in the mid-1990s, offers a depth of color and detail that simply isn’t available in grayscale or RGB (red, green, and blue) formats. Also, its long file sizes can be a chore to manage on any computer. If you want to store your files in a small space, buy a document scanner and pay extra for a multifunction device with a flatbed scanner. If you’re looking for ways to improve older images using Photoshop, skip ahead to the section «Improving the image with a graphics program» later in the chapter.
You can upgrade older images in Photoshop by converting the image to RGB mode and then resaving it. If you don’t need the full depth of color offered by the TIFF format, you’ll find that it can save big on file size. If you aren’t worried about saving space on your computer, you can use Photoshop’s Save for Web/Email option. The following steps walk you through this process:
1. Open the photo in Photoshop and start a new document (Ctrl+N or File⇒New) in RGB Mode.
This step is important. If the photo uses a color mode other than RGB, such as RGBE, you can’t use the Convert to RGB option later in this process.
2. Click the Image menu and select Edit⇒Convert to RGB.
The photo now appears in a gray version of the color originally in the image.
3. Click the Info tab (upper left of the window) and adjust all the image settings as desired.
Set the resolution as desired and the size of the paper using the Resample box. Change the file format using the File Format box. You may have to reduce the quality of the images if you decrease the resolution. The file size of the image can also increase slightly when you resize it to a smaller size.
I recommend that you use the ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) filter, which is described in the preceding section,
Photoshop Elements can do many things very similar to Photoshop, such as resize, rotate, liquify, and crop images. It also has support for layers and smart layers and allows you to use filters to make your images look more interesting.
So if you want to learn Photoshop elements to get better at editing images, start with our best-reviewed Photoshop Elements tutorials.
If you need to learn the basics of graphics editing without having Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, you can read our tutorials on how to use the GIMP, or another image editor.[Updated for 2020] Want to add a touch of professional editing to your images? Look no further than our list of Best Photoshop plugins that can make your images look more professional and help you take your images to the next level.
How to Use Photoshop Elements
This section of the website contains informative Photoshop Elements help videos and live video tutorials covering most of the important features of Photoshop Elements. You’ll also get to learn the ropes in editing images while you’re at it.
How to Resize Photos with Photoshop Elements
Resize Photos in Photoshop Elements
Use this method to resize a single photo. It will also fill the selected area with the new size of the image.
Open the image you want to resize.
Select the brush tool, choose the brush size you want to use to resize the image and set the opacity. Keep the brush size you choose small to get the best result.
Click on the area inside the image you want to resize.
Press the ‘left arrow’ key to move the image to the left by one pixel.
Press the ‘right arrow’ key to move the image to the right by one pixel.
Click on the middle section of the image to select the image.
Press the ‘enter’ key to resize the image to the desired width, and the same for the height.
Use the ‘close’ key to close the picture.
What if I want to resize the whole image?
Use the rectangle selection tool to draw a selection on the image.
Select the menu item Edit > Select > Selection to activate the selection tool.
Now, use the brush tool to make the selection you want.
Select the menu item Edit > Select > Modify > Expand and press Enter to select the new edges of the selection.
Monumental: The Best Rock Albums of 2017
Now that the year is officially over, I’d like to reflect on my favorite songs/albums/artists I’ve shared with you guys this year.
May we all have a happy and healthy 2018.
Here’s a list of the albums I made a playlist for this year. Enjoy!
And because I made the list, you don’t have to. I’m letting you know that there’s a Spotify playlist with my favorite songs from 2017, but here’s an Amazon Link for you to buy the music or album you like.
1. “Plastic Beach” – Halo of Flies
She’s hipped me to Halo of Flies. I mean, I’ve only heard this song, but I’m sure they’re going to be releasing an album soon, right? They’re already halfway into the process, so we’re definitely going to get more of this song at least.
2. “Amity” – Blood Red Shoes
Blood Red Shoes is not a band. They are however a band I will proclaim a friend of mine for life. Too bad I’ll probably never see them live.
3. “Fifty Lashes” – Post Malone
Post Malone has seriously blown up this year. I can’t wait to see what he does next.
4. “Burn My Bridges” – Jessie Ware
5. “Scream” – Joan Baez
6. “Palace” – Chelsea Grin
Chelsea Grin has a cool image with their music, so hopefully they grow and turn into a hardcore band.
7. “Nothing Personal” – The Offspring
8. “No Peace, No War” – Bad Omens
9. “Heavy Metal” – Seasick
10. “Que Sera, Sera” – Dua Lipa
11. “Sooner or Later” – Daniel Merriweather
12. “Stay With Me” – In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
This album is so good, I don’t even know how to explain it. The songs are perfect for the
Pamela Joy Fontaine (June 25, 1965 – November 10, 2018) was a British-born naturalist. She won the American Birder of the Year Award in 2007. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the American Birding Association and was a regional spokesman for the Audubon Christmas Bird Count.
She was born in 1965 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, and moved to New Jersey in 1982. Fontaine was the creator of the Ornithological Olympic Games, an annual event held in various parts of the United States where birders compete in events such as the fastest total mileage flown in the shortest amount of time, the farthest distance of an individual bird from the nesting grounds or wintering grounds, and the largest annual total on a given day. She was also co-founder of the BIRD magazine.
On November 10, 2018, Fontaine died in Jefferson County, Georgia of a reported cardiac arrest at the age of 50.
On a podcast, Rob D’Amaro has been quoted as saying he believes that «a veteran birder, Pamela, of Tallahassee, Florida who had been kind enough to take the speaker, the former President of the Audubon Society of the United States and the current President, Brent Lepper, under her wing and trained in the sport….» D’Amaro himself was also a former APBA ‘Birder of the Year’ and was a member of Fontaine’s board of directors.
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