After learning in high school on the yearbook staff how to use Photoshop, this blog post can be used as a tutorial for those who are new at using the program, whether if you are on the yearbook staff for the first time and are not familiar with it, or if you are anyone whose interested in photos and would love to learn how to use the program. In this post, you will learn how to edit and save photos on Photoshop.
Usually, when I add pictures to my computer and click on “Photoshop Cs4,” I click on “Image Size” and directly enlarge the image resolution to 300 but lower the pixel dimensions “width” to size 425. After editing the image size, I click on image–adjustments–brightness/contrast to lighten or darken up the photo. When you save an image after editing it on Photoshop, save the picture in a .jpg format.
I hope you all enjoyed this blog post and if you have any questions, feel free to comment.