Adobe Photoshop is an imaging and graphic design software used by thousands of people in many different roles across the world. Not only is it for photos but you can use Photoshop for designing websites, editing videos, and creating 3D artwork. Before you can get started with Photoshop you will need to purchase a plan and download Photoshop onto your device. Once you have downloaded the software you can start to get to know the interface which is very intuitive.
Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
As a beginner in Photoshop, it’s important to understand the anatomy of the interface before you get started. When you open the program, you’ll see the main menu along the top, like other programs. Along the left side, you’ll see a sidebar that shows the main tools. On the right side, you’ll see the color tool and the layers tool.
How to Open a Document in Photoshop
To create a new document or open a file on your computer, click “File” on the top left menu. Select “New” to create a new, blank document. Or click “Open” to go through your computer and open an existing file.
When you create a new document, a dialog box will pop up. In this window, you can name the file and select the size and resolution you want. This is helpful if your website requires a certain file size to display photos properly. Our photo dimensions are 880 pixels wide by 450 pixels tall. For resolution, 72 pixels/inch will work for online images. But if you want high-quality for print, we recommend 300 pixels/inch. (Warning: this will make the file size much larger, so be careful.) Click OK and you’re ready to work
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