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# Organizing Photos
Photoshop uses the traditional concept of layers to organize and manage photos and other image files. Each layer can contain multiple images and effects, making it easy to select specific layers and remove unwanted ones.
Photoshop also has many unique features that can be used to organize images in unique ways. You can name the layers, rename your files, and add keywords to easily search for specific images.
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This tutorial will introduce you to Photoshop Elements using Photoshop and Photoshop CS6 as an example.
Before we dive into Photoshop Elements I recommend that you have a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop CC.
To understand Photoshop Elements, you will need to have:
It is also worth familiarising yourself with the basics of graphic design and Photoshop basics in general. There is a lot to take in when learning Photoshop Elements.
If you are a beginner I recommend you get Photoshop CC or Photoshop CS6 for a basic understanding, and find an introduction to Photoshop or graphic design to get you up to speed.
Photoshop Elements is a vast toolset with a lot of features. It is a great alternative if you are looking to start your journey into graphic design on a budget. I will go into more detail about the features and tools available on your Mac later in the tutorial.
You can find out more about Photoshop Elements on their website.
Photoshop Elements Opening Screen
The opening screen you see above when you first open Photoshop Elements is a brand new file. A new file means the program is empty with nothing in it. If you are familiar with Photoshop we use the term canvas to describe the blank space where we start to work.
Photoshop Elements is a commercial software that is built to be used by image editors and designers. When you create your file the software will have some pre-installed tools like rulers, guides, templates, brushes, plug-ins etc. that you will use during your design.
Photoshop Elements allows you to create a new file in two ways. The first way to create a new file is to find an image and use it as your new canvas. The second way is to use a new document. To create a new document with Photoshop Elements you can follow the following steps:
Press the CMD + N (Mac) or CTRL + N (Windows) keys to open the new file menu. Click the New document icon to the left of the file menu.
(Mac) or (Windows) keys to open the new file menu. Click the icon to the left of the file menu. The New document screen will appear. Click the option Create a New Document from the menu on the right side.
(Mac) or (Windows) keys to open the file menu. A small window pops up with the location where the file will be saved. You can change this later if you wish, but for now
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1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to an image reading apparatus, and more particularly to an image reading apparatus capable of setting a reading position of an original document to be placed on an original document glass.
2. Description of the Related Art
An image reading apparatus of the type described is known in which a reading position of an original document to be placed on a transparent glass is fixed for a reading. The conventional image reading apparatus includes a reading device fixed to a first support member having a bearing provided at a top surface thereof, and a second support member, provided on a bottom surface of the transparent glass, having a bearing provided at its bottom surface. These first and second support members are connected with each other via a hinge portion. In such an image reading apparatus, when the original document is held on the transparent glass and is moved in its longitudinal direction, the original document is swung, via the hinge portion, toward a reading position by a weight of the original document. The reading operation is performed with the transparent glass disposed at the reading position by the reading device.
The image reading apparatus is required to reduce light source power consumption because its power source is usually a primary battery. Specifically, because the light source of the image reading apparatus is a lamp, which is required to produce sufficient light, when the power source voltage supplied to the lamp is low, an electric current cannot be supplied to the lamp in an amount required for producing sufficient light. Because the light source is required to produce sufficient light even when the power source voltage supplied thereto is low, the light source is repeatedly turned on and off, reducing the life of the light source.
There has been proposed an image reading apparatus with a light source, which is disposed directly under a transparent glass, and which supplies sufficient light for reading an original document, even when the power source voltage supplied to the light source is low. The image reading apparatus, however, has a problem that it cannot be turned on and off when the original document is not placed on the transparent glass, resulting in a decrease of the service life of the light source.
The power source voltage supplied to the light source is low when the image reading apparatus is installed in a dark environment. In such a case, the lamp is repeatedly turned on and off to produce sufficient light, which reduces the life of the light source, as described above. Further, when a user want to read an original document in a dark room, the user must increase the light emitted from a light source by changing the illumination mode
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