To use Photoshop, we first need to thoroughly learn the “Toolbox” that you see pictured below.
To access the Toolbox, from the main menu in the program’s interface, open the Toolbox with Window> Show Tool (we choose Window> Hide Tool to turn it off).
The Toolbox also contains other tools than the one shown in the picture on the side.
These hidden tools can be accessed from the new icon window, which will be opened by holding down your mouse button on the icons with a “” next to it and waiting for a while.
If you choose one of these, you will replace it with the other icon in your Toolbox and it will be ready to use. You can also see the keyboard shortcuts on each side.
Now let’s recognize the icons on the “Toolbox” in order.
“Rectangular Marquee Tool”, Square creates a selected area to draw a rectangle. The keyboard is the “M” key as you see the shortcut. If we want to draw a square, we have to select the square shape and drag the mousse banana on our image by holding down the Shift key on our keyboard. Otherwise it selects the rectangular area. Elliptical Marquee Tool, If you want to draw a circle, select the shape of the circle and hold down the Shift key on your keyboard again to drag the mousse on our image. Otherwise, it selects the ellipse field. Others are used to select either the Single Row Marquee Tool or the Single Column Marquee Tool.
The “Move Tool” is used to move a selected area or layer. If you do the right key while the image is over as it is the auto selection feature, it also indicates which Layer you are. There is a guiding duty.
“Lasso Tool” is called the Lasso Tool. You can freely draw an area on your image. You can use Polygonal Lasso Tool to select individual Resin points individually. The Magnetic Lasso Tool is sensitive to contrast and color.
“Magic Wand Tool” is a similar color selection tool on the image. You can choose similar colors or tones.
“Crop Tool” is called Cutting Tool. It will help you cut the excesses of your image, clear the excesses, and free your image. & Copy;
Slice Tool “, Slicing Tool, you can create slices on the image, you can divide your image into slices, Slice Select Tool allows you to select slices.
The “Airbrush Tool” allows you to paint with a soft edge line. (The pen provides movement.)
“Pencil Tool” is the Pen Tool. Unlike the Airbrush Tool, it does not draw hard-edged lines. It is used as Pen to be understood from its name. The Paintbrush Tool provides brush effect and we do not paint.
The “Clone Stamp Tool” takes a picture and texture sample of the place when we click Alt button instead of the image with the Istampa Tool and clicks on this sample at the desired place. The Pattern Stamp Tool uses the memory-pattern image.
“History Brush Tool” copies the background color of the image and brushes the selected area on the image. The Art History Tool looks at different paint styles in the selected area and imitates them, painting them with brush effect.
The “Eraser Tool” deletes the places you do not like on the image, but when you delete it, the image on the bottom layer becomes visible. The Background Eraser Tool makes the image transparent by deleting the background color. The Magic Eraser Tool deletes the background color of the image with one click and makes the image transparent.
With the “Paint Bucket Tool”, you can fill the selected area with the Paint Bucket with the color on top of the foreground color change tool. The “Gradient Tool” provides a smooth transition between the two colors, allowing the selected area to be painted.
“Blur Tool” gives Imaja a sense of outward uncertainty from the edges, the Sharpen Tool gives the feeling of sharpening the edge of the image outward, the Smudge Tool gives out the image’s color, blends colors, stains.
“Dodge Tool” provides illuminated-illuminated field in image, Burn Tool, provides darkened-darkened area in image, and Spone Tool reduces and reproduces color saturation of image.
“Path Selection Tool – Direct Selection Tool” detects selection points and control lines and control points when we select a part of the image when we make a selection on the image with Pen Tool.
“Type Tool” allows you to write text on images, the Photoshop’s Text Editor (T).
The “Pen Tool” provides effective and supervised selection areas, allowing you to create smooth edge-orientations of the image to be made. It will be explained more widely in practice.
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The “Rectangle Tool” performs the operations we described in the Rectangular Marquee Tool section at the top. However, the difference in this tool is the foreground color of the Foreground color change tool, where it applies directly to the color and masks. You can then change the color by double clicking on it. As you can see in the picture, the corners are rounded, elliptical, polygonal. The borders of each,