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Selection from Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 Classroom in a Book®: The official training workbook The print version of this title comes with a disc of lesson files. I have recently downloadd Photoshop cc classroom in a book. I have opened a Peach pit account to access and download the work files. Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book contains 14 lessons that cover the downloading this book gives you access to the downloadable lesson files you.
You must install Photoshop and Bridge on your computer using the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application, available at adobe. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Starting Adobe Photoshop You start Photoshop just as you do most software applications. These include: Lesson Files To work through the projects in this book, you will need to download the lesson files from peachpit.
You can download the files for individual lessons or it may be possible to download them all in a single file. Web Edition The Web Edition is an online interactive version of the book, providing an enhanced learning experience. To accommodate the changes, sections of the online book may be updated or new sections may be added.
Click the Launch link to access the product. Continue reading to learn how to register your product to get access to the lesson files. If you downloadd an eBook from a different vendor or you bought a print book, you must register your download on peachpit. In case you overwrite them, you can restore the original files by downloading the corresponding lesson files from your Account page at peachpit.
Click the Access Bonus Content link below the title of your product to proceed to the download page. Click the lesson file links to download them to your computer. Restoring default preferences The preferences file stores information about panel and command settings. Each time you quit Adobe Photoshop, the positions of the panels and certain command settings are recorded in the preferences file.
Any selections you make in the Preferences dialog box are also saved in the preferences file. To ensure that what you see onscreen matches the images and instructions in this book, you should restore the default preferences as you begin each lesson.
If you prefer to preserve your preferences, be aware that the tools, panels, and other settings in Photoshop CC may not match those described in this book. If you have customized your color settings, use the following procedure to save them as a preset before you start work in this book. When you want to restore your color settings, you can simply select the preset you created. To save your current color settings: 1 Start Adobe Photoshop.
You do not need to perform steps 4—6 of this procedure.
The Save dialog box opens. The default location is the Settings folder, which is where you want to save your file. The default filename extension is. Then click Save. To restore your color settings: 1 Start Adobe Photoshop. Only the commands and options used in the lessons are explained in this book. For comprehensive information about program features and tutorials, refer to these resources: Adobe Photoshop Help and Support: helpx.
Adobe Forums: forums. Adobe Photoshop CC product home page: adobe. Resources for educators: adobe. Find solutions for education at all levels, including free curricula that use an integrated approach to teaching Adobe software and can be used to prepare for the Adobe Certified Associate exams.
A directory of AATCs is available at training. This lesson will take less than an hour to complete. Please log in to your account on peachpit. If you need to restore the start files, download them from your Account page. Each layer can then be edited as discrete artwork, giving you tremendous flexibility as you compose and revise an image.
New files are generally created with a background layer, which contains a color or an image that shows through the transparent areas of subsequent layers. All new layers in an image are transparent until you add text or artwork.
Working with layers is analogous to placing portions of a drawing on clear sheets of film, such as those viewed with an overhead projector: Individual sheets may be edited, repositioned, and deleted without affecting the other sheets.
When the sheets are stacked, the entire composition is visible. For more information, see page 3. Then double-click the Lesson04 folder in the Content panel to see its contents. Move the thumbnail slider to the right if you want to see the image in more detail.
This layered composite represents a postcard. You will create it in this lesson as you learn how to create, edit, and manage layers. Saving another version of the start file frees you to make changes without worrying about overwriting the original.
You can use the Layers panel to hide, view, reposition, delete, rename, and merge layers. The layer thumbnails are automatically updated as you edit the layers. The Layers panel lists five layers for the 04Working. If you click the eye, the image window no longer displays that layer. E Tip: Use the context menu to hide or resize the layer thumbnail. Right-click Windows or Control-click Mac a thumbnail in the Layers panel to open the context menu, and then choose a thumbnail size.
The first task for this project is to add a photo of the beach to the postcard. The Layers panel changes to display the layer information for the active Beach.
Notice that only one layer appears in the Beach. An image can have only one background layer. You cannot change the stacking order of a background layer, its blending mode, or its opacity.
You can, however, convert a background layer to a regular layer. To convert a background layer into a regular layer: 1 Click the lock icon next to the layer name.
To convert a regular layer into a background layer: 1 Select a layer in the Layers panel. If you downloadd a print copy: 1 Go to www. Lesson Files To work through the exercises in this book, you will first need to download the lesson files from peachpit. You can download the files for individual lessons or download them all in a single file. Click the Access Bonus Content link below the title of your product to proceed to the download page.
Click the lesson file links to download them to your computer. Click the links to download to your computer either the entire Lessons folder or the work folders for individual lessons.
The downloadable sample images are practice files, provided for your personal use in these lessons. You can download them together through the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan or with a Creative Cloud complete membership, which also includes InDesign and more. Why use both Lightroom and Photoshop The list of reasons for using both Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC in your workflow is lengthy, though most of it boils down to saving time in the manage- ment, editing, and preparation of your images for specific uses.
Using the pro- grams together means you can easily include your Photoshop masterpieces into Lightroom book, slideshow, print, and web projects. However, a closer look reveals that Lightroom and Photoshop differ in two important ways: what they do and how they do it.
When it comes to what the two programs do, think of it this way: Lightroom is broader and Photoshop is deeper.