Monday, December 29, 2008

Photoshop Tools


1.Blur Tool(R)
The blur tool softens hard edges or areas in an image to reduce detail.



2.Sharpen TOOL(R)
The sharpen tool focuses soft edges to increase clarity or focus. For information on other ways to adjust sharpness.


3.Smudge Tool(R)
The smudge tool simulates the actions of dragging a finger through wet paint. The tool picks up color where the stroke begins and pushes it in the direction you drag.


4.Dodge Tool(O)
The (toning tools) dodge tool used to lighten areas of the image, the dodge tools based on a traditional photographer's technique for regulating exposure on specfic areas of a print. Photographers hold back light to lighten an area on the print(dodging).


5.Burn Tool(O)
The(toning tools)burn tool. Used to darken areas of the image, burn tools based on a traditional photographer's technique for regulating exposure on specfic areas of a print. or increase the exposure to darken areas on a print(burning).


6.Sponge Tool(O)
The sponge tool subtly changes the color saturation of an area. In Grayscale mode, the tool increase or decreases contrast by moving gray levels away from or toward the middle gray.


7.Path Selection Tool
To select and move path (Moving, reshaping, copying, and deleting path components)



8.Notes Tool(N)
You can add notes anywhere on a Photoshop Image canvas. When you create a note, a resizable window appears for entering text.


9.Audio Animation Tool(N)
You can audio annotations anywhere on a Photoshop Image canvas. When you record an audio annotation, you must have a microphone plugged into the audio-in port of your computer.


10.Eye Dropper Tool(I)
The eyedroper tool samples color to designate a new foreground or background color. (Alt+Click for background) You can sample from the active image or from anywhere else on the screen.

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