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Can you help me how to edit a picture in photoshop?
I would like to learn some basic tricks like editing image in Photoshop. For example: correction of the makeup of a person, correct hair color, correction of some lines from the body, eye correction, etc.
Its better for you to get help from tutorials or just see video on you tube.After doing this you will be able to edit pic easily.Here It is difficult to explain the tool.
There is a website called "pixel2life.com" ... On that site there is a photoshop section, You can follow tutorials and gain a lot of knowledge on photoshop while you complete them, learning what all the buttons do on the way.. The site is also good to learn flash, dreamweaver and lots of 3d software.
Once you visit the site, take a look at some photomanipulation tutorials, these will teach you how to use the specific tools in photoshop to gain your desired results.
Opening image in Photoshop
1. Open the Photoshop program. Usually the defaults are set so that when Photoshop opens, it also opens a variety of palettes that you will use in editing pictures.
2. Go up to the File menu --> select Open. This will being up a dialog box asking you to locate the image you want to open.
3. Navigate to the location of the image on your hard drive (or zip/floppy disk) and then click on the Open button. This will open the image and display it in on your screen.
I am also a photo editor who uses Photoshop CS5. It all depends on what kind of editing you want to do. When you're editing people, there's a lot of things you might have to consider depending on the image. Follow me and I can help you out.
Are you photoshopping this photo? If so, Why? It looks great the way it is.
I wrote a hub about photo editing with photoshop, if you're interested, but in general you're going to want to familiarize yourself with the lasso tool and the patch tool. These two things will accomplish a lot of what you want to do. The patch tool lets you cover up blemishes, acne, freckles and anything else that you might want to get rid of. The lasso tool will allow you to select and edit specific portions of the face, such as they eyes for makeup purposes or the hair for color purposes. There are plenty of other ways to accomplish these things, but that's a good place to start. Just play around with Photoshop and make sure you have a saved version of the original so you don't lose it in case you want to start over. Good luck!
I wrote a hub on this topic - http://gamergirl.hubpages.com/hub/Simpl … Retouching and it applies to this question. Enjoy!
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