Monday, September 8, 2014

Getting Started with Photoshop

Getting Started with Photoshop

Getting Started Photoshop

Photoshop User Interface

The Photoshop Workspace

Photoshop’s “out of the box” workspace consists of the following components:
  • menu bar – You will probably already be familiar with the menu bar from other programs. This runs across the top of your Photoshop window, and contains various menu options for Photoshop’s tools.
  • options bar – The options bar sits beneath the menu bar and holds contextualized options for different tools. It also contains the workspace menu, where you can save and load arrangements of palettes.
  • toolbox – By default, the toolbox sits to the left of your Photoshop window, and contains shortcuts to Photoshop tools.

Customizing your Workspace
You can customize your Photoshop workspace to suit you or your project — almost everything within your workspace can be repositioned and reconfigured! You might choose to customize your workspace.
changing the look of the menu bar
You can change which menu items are visible in your menu bar, and even add color to your menu items. If you wanted, you could also assign new or different keyboard shortcuts to menu commands (which I don’t recommend until you feel very comfortable with Photoshop or have a compelling reason to do so!). Go to Edit > Menus and use the dialog box to modify the menu bar and palette menus.

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