Photoshop Tools II

Posted by mohammad wahyudi putra on Thursday, March 17, 2011

The connection of the photoshop tools first, now into the toolbox area. Toolbox function is very important because it allows us. The following will be explained on the functions of each of the tools found in Adobe Photoshop toolbox. For more details of how to use each tool will be explained separately.
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A. SELECTION TOOL

    
* A.1. Marquee Tool
      
When we click the Marquee Tool we can see there are 4 types of marquee tool
      
1. Rectangular Marquee (Keyboard Shortcut: M, or Shift + M)
      
Used to create a rectangular selection area on the image.
      
2. Elliptical Marquee (Keyboard Shortcut: M, or Shift + M)
      
Used to create a elliptical selection area or circle on the image.
      
3. Single Row Marquee
      
Used to create a single line selection area on the image (size is 1 pixel high selection)
      
4. Single Column Marquee
      
Used to create a single column selection area on the image (size is 1 pixel wide selection.)
    
* A.2. Move Tool
      
Keyboard shortcut: V
      
Used to shift / move the selection, layers, and guides.
    
* A.3. Lasoo Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: L, or Shift + L to change the type of Lasoo) Consists of 3 types:
      
1. Lasoo
      
Used to create a selection area with free-form
      
2. Polygonal Lasoo
      
Used to create a polygon-shaped selection area
      
3. Magnetic Lasoo
      
Used to make the area selection by stick
      
edge selection in a specific area on the image.
    
* A.4. Magic Wand Tool
      
Keyboard Shortcut: W
      
Used to create an area that has a color selection serupa.Perbedaan color tolerances can be set on the tool bar option.
B. Crop & Slice Tool

    
* B.1. Crop Tool
      
Keyboard Shortcut: C
      
Used to trim the image (cut and remove certain areas of the image)
      
B.2. Slice Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: C, or Shift + K to change the slice)
      
Consisting of 2 types:
      
1. Slice Tool
      
Used to make the pieces of an image
      
2. Slice Select Tool
      
Used to select the pieces on an image
C. Retouching TOOL

    
* C.1. Patches / Healing Brush Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: A, or Shift + J to change the tool)
      
1. Patch Tool
      
Used to paint / paint in certain areas of the image with a pattern (pattern) or a particular sample. Suitable for memberbaiki broken images.
      
2. Healing Brush Tool
      
Used to paint / paint the image with a pattern or a particular sample. Suitable for improving the image a slightly damaged.
    
* C.2. Stamp Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: S, or Shift + S to change the tool) consists of 2 types:
      
1. Clone Stamp Tool
      
Used to paint a specific image with the sample image
      
2. Pattern Stamp Tool
      
Used to paint the image by using a specific pattern
      
    
* C.3. Eraser Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: E, or Shift + E to change the type of eraser)
      
Consists of 3 types:
      
1. Eraser
      
Used to remove the pixel image and restore it to a specific state.
      
2. Background Eraser
      
Used to remove certain areas of the image becomes transparent.
      
3. Magic Eraser
      
Used to remove certain areas of the image that have similar color to be transparent with one click.
    
* C.4. Sharpen, Blur, Smudge Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: R, or Shift + R)
      
1. Sharpen Tool
      
Used to sharpen certain areas on the image.
      
2. Blur Tool
      
Used to smooth / blur the specific area on the image.
      
3. Smudge Tool
      
Used to rub / smear certain areas on the image
    
* C.5. Dodge, Burn, Sponge Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: O, or Shift + O)
      
1. Dodge Tool
      
Used to describe the color in certain areas on the image
      
2. Burn Tool
      
Used to darken the colors in a certain area on image
      
3. Sponge Tool
      
Used to change the saturation in certain areas on the image.
D. PAINTING TOOL

    
* D.1. Brush Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: B, or Shift + B to change the tool) consists of 2 types:
      
1. Brush Tool
      
Used to paint the image with brush strokes
      
2. Pencil Tool
      
Used to paint the image with pencil scratches
    
* D.2. History Brush Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: Y, or Shift + Y to change the type)
      
Consisting of 2 types:
      
1. History Brush Tool
      
Used to paint the image using a snapshot or history state of Image
      
2. Art History Tool
      
Used to paint the image using a snapshot or state
      
history of the image, with a certain artistic model.
    
* D.3. Gradient, Paint Bucket Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: G, or Shift + G)
      
1. Gradient Tool
      
Used to paint the selected area (selected area) with
      
blend of many colors.
      
2. Paint Bucket Tool
      
Used to paint the selected area with foreground color
      
or a particular pattern.
E. Drawing AND TYPE TOOL

   
1. E.1. Selection Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: A, or Shift + A to change the type) consists of 2 types:
      
1. Path Selection Tool
      
Used to perform the path selection
      
2. Direct Selection Tool
      
Used to change the anchor and direction points of paths.
      
E.2. Type Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: T, or Shift + T to change the type) Consists of 4 types:
      
1. Horizontal Type Tool
      
Used to make writing horizontally
      
2. Vertical Type Tool
      
Used to create vertical text
      
3. Horizontal Type Mask Tool
      
Used to make the selection form of writing horizontally
      
4. Vertical Type Mask Tool
      
Used to make the selection in a vertical form of writing
   
2. E.3. Pen Tool
      
1. Pen Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: P, or Shift + P)
      
Used to create a path with a smooth curved arch-
      
2. Freeform pen tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: P, or Shift + P)
      
Used to create free-shaped path (our liking)
      
3. Add Anchor Point Tool
      
Used to add an anchor point or points on the path editor
      
4. Delete Anchor Point Tool
      
Used to delete a specific anchor point on the path

    
5. Convert Point Tool
    
Used to change the anchor and the direction of certain points on the path

    
* E.4. Shape Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: U, or Shift + U to change the type)
      
1. Rectangle Tool
      
Used to draw a rectangular shape
      
2. Rounded Rectangle Tool
      
Used to draw a curved rectangular
      
3. Ellipse Tool
      
Used to draw the ellipse
      
4. Polygon Tool
      
Used to draw a polygon
      
5. Line Tool
      
Used to draw a straight line
      
6. Custom Shape Tool
      
Used to draw a particular shape from the list of existing forms
F. Annotation, Measuring & Navigation Tool

    
* F.1. Notes Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: N, or Shift + N to change the type)
      
1. Notes Tool
      
Used to make a note on the image such as copyright.
      
2. Audio AnnotationTool
      
Used to make a sound / audio on the image
    
* F.2. Eyedropper, Measure Tool
      
(Keyboard Shortcut: I, or Shift + I)
      
1. Eyedropper Tool
      
Used to take on the color sample for color image
      
foreground
      
2. Color Sampler Tool
      
Used to retrieve a variety of color samples in image
      
3. Measure Tool
      
Used to measure distances or angles on the image
    
* F.3. Hand Tool
      
Keyboard Shortcut: H
      
Used to shift / move the field of view image in the window view area.
    
* F.4. Zoom Tool
      
Keyboard Shortcut: Z
      
Used to increase or decrease the image display.
    
* F.5. Background and foreground color
      
In order to press the D then the default foreground and background color to white and black. To change the background color and foreground press the X button
    
* F.6. Normal and Quickmask Mode
      
Normal Mode: All functions such as the brush will go on as usual. Quickmask Mode: The function of brush can be used for selection cuman if after a selection process quickmask then its even on the outside.
    
* F.7. Screen Mode
      
To view the work area windows.


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