- File–>New–>Blank File–>Photo
- Create new layers for typing, photo paste to which sizes have to be reduced to fit the layout and create/colorize background purposes only.
- To copy and paste a photo, use the Rectangular Marquees Tool.
- If you don’t want your photo overshadowing the background, you can lighten it through clicking on the layer to which you pasted that specific photo and decrease the opacity percentage.
#1: Go on Adobe Photoshop and click on “File” and hit “New.” With preset, hit “Photo.”
#2: Download the photos and then load onto Photoshop
#3: Use the rectangular marquee tool, copy and paste the photos onto the “photo board.”
#4: To shrink or image the photos, use the rectangular marquee tool and right-click on “free transform.”
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Even though I learned a little bit about Photoshop when I was 10 years old, I didn’t know how to use the majority of the tools until joining my high school yearbook staff and taking a photography class in college. Down below are a few tools I learned how to pick up on in high school and college:
On and Off The Yearbook Staff:
- Edited multiple image lighting (Brightness/Contrast)
- Coloring B & W Photos
- Changing Image Resolution to 300
In & Outside of College Photography Class:
- Using the spot healing tool to get rid of unnecessary junk on the sides and in the background
- Using the color balance to balance out the color of an image
- After coloring someone’s eye colors in a b & w image, I lowered opacity and fill to make sure the eye colors look natural
- Learned how to create a photography book with page layouts (using photo page)