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Photoshop Elements is a full-featured photo editing software package that’s often recommended as a simpler alternative to Photoshop. I include an introduction to Photoshop Elements in Chapter 14.

Presenting _Photo Layers_

The best way to get a handle on how to use Photoshop is to put it into action. You start by setting up a new image file and loading an image to work on.

1. Launch Photoshop and choose File⇒New or press Ctrl+N (⌘-N) to open the new document window.

2. In the New Document dialog box, shown in Figure 2-1, choose Create a New Document, and then click OK.

3. Use the format or template options at the bottom of the dialog box to set up the size of your image: For example, choose a picture that’s 2 inches by 5 inches. Click OK when you’re done.

4. The new document appears in your workspace, as shown in Figure 2-2.

Photoshop uses a default template for you to start working with — the “template” is actually your document image, which you see at the bottom of the window. To the right of your thumbnail, Photoshop shows the window crop that is bound to your document. Note also that the thumbnail of your image appears directly above the new document and that the Resize tool automatically opens at the bottom-right corner.

On the top right corner of the screen, you can see a navigation bar. The navigation bar is where you find tools for opening and closing your active document, for cutting and pasting a new image from another application, for moving or rotating an object, for removing unwanted objects or textures, and for creating new layers.

5. To start adding layers to your image, drag a new layer from the panel on the left onto your image.

**Figure 2-1:** Set up your new image file.

Photoshop Elements offers a drag-and-drop feature. In addition to the toolbar navigation bar, you can use the Workspace tool (the yellow circle with the lines inside) to cut and paste, delete, and add shapes, and use the Layer palette to copy and paste layers. You can also access the document editor from the image itself.

6. Press Ctrl+A (⌘-A) to select

Updated 2019 – Photoshop Elements 9

When Photoshop first launched, it was a replacement for several older programs. It seemed to take years to catch on and prove to be a worthy competitor to traditional photo editors. But over the years, the various incarnations of Photoshop became more mainstream as graphic designers and web designers embraced the program.

With Photoshop CS5, Photoshop Elements 7 and Photoshop Elements 9, Adobe refocused the program as a simplified Photo Editor. It retains all the strengths and features of its older software versions but brings more of a web design tool. It now has many more social features that let you quickly share images through Facebook, Google+ or Pinterest, and your online bulletin boards and messengers like Skype, WhatsApp and so on.

You can also add text, rotate images, and more.

The most recent version of Photoshop is called Photoshop CC or Photoshop for Creative Cloud. It is a powerful program that works great for graphic designers and web designers.

Windows users can download Photoshop for $69.99 or Photoshop for Mac$19.99.

One month of Photoshop Elements updates is included.

Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 : features

Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 is a powerful photo editor that is suitable for advanced users or newbies looking to make quality adjustments to their images. Most of the adjustments you will need in your photo editing are included, such as lighting, exposure, sharpness, contrast, brightness and saturation.

There are more features in this edition than previous versions, including many web design features. Adobe Photoshop Elements uses the same interface, tools, settings, and file type extensions as traditional Photoshop, so everything is familiar.

Adobe Photoshop Elements also has a number of in-built tools to help you. For example, the Spot Healing Brush is an easy way to remove unwanted spots, objects or noises. You can also use the Dodge and Burn tools to lighten or darken unwanted areas of an image.

You can also add text to your image. This is an essential feature for any web designer. Elements 9 will crop and resize images for you, or you can manually select the areas you want to include in your image.

Once you’re happy with your image, you can add effects and filters to help create a creative and unique image, such as lighting effects, shadow effects, vignettes, exposure, filters, effects and painting. You can also use styles to create
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Eigenvalues and spectrums of T(1)-T(n)-T(T(n))

Let’s consider $T : \mathbb{R^*} \rightarrow \mathbb{R^*}$ given by $T(x)=x^2$, so we have:
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What about the sequence $(\lambda_n)_{n \in \mathbb{N}}$, $(\sigma_n)_{n \in \mathbb{N}}$?

A:

$\lambda_n=\sigma_n=1$ if $n$ is even and $\lambda_n=1$ and $\sigma_n=1/4$ if $n$ is odd.

Q:

I have made a small video player using AVFoundation, its working fine. Now i want to upload it to my server and upload it to my youtube channel? How can i do that? can i use itunes sharing feature?
Thanks.

A:

First of all you have to store the NSData in a path on your local computer, so do something like this:
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Steve Allen had a show in the ’70s and ’80s, but mostly because he was such a big part of American culture in the ’50s. The most notable version was on the old Drew Carey show, where his “American Commentary” was a frequent segment.

If you were a Democrat back then, it was the best place to reach the Reagan Generation, including syndicated conservative columnist George Will. I’m sure most people know this part of his life, when he moved from Los Angeles to Washington DC to work for the Associated Press.

George Will, by the way, says he isn’t feeling any particular animosity towards Barack Obama or Steve Allen, but he is sure that the 1980 election was decided for the GOP by a video put out by Alice Stewart, the campaign manager for Jimmy Carter.

(Interestingly, George Will says the idea that a video might have changed the election came from me, and for a few moments I’m not able to say anything.)

I’ve been sitting on this forever, but part of what makes Will’s remarks interesting was revealed by a trivial detail from his career: his use of the word “cop” in an interview with the BBC.

The BBC interviewer doesn’t seem to notice, so the fact that George Will is using the word “cop” is enough to make me curious.

“Cop” is used a lot in the media, so it’s not inherently as strange as it might be at first glance. Anyone who’s listened to Rush Limbaugh in the past will probably recognize the use of “cop”, as well as “faggot” and “the cops”, but those are the tip of the iceberg. For example, there’s even an official cartoon for cops — although anyone reading this can be aware of the problems.

But a discussion with George Will brings these words and the criticism of Allen and all the other Fox News hosts to a higher level. In an environment where more and more words have become freighted with meaning, George Will’s accidental use of a racial epithet is a very interesting footnote.

When I first read it, I thought I needed to do a quick fact check — I’m assuming Will’s referring to the cohort of African-American officers who supposedly “beat” Rodney King.