This may take several clicks of the + or – button to get the size correct. You’re looking for an original size of 120 percent and a new size of 60 percent.
If you try to create a new layer and size an image, Photoshop warns you that you have a problem. The warnings look like this:
WARNING! You tried to place a layer on top of an existing file! If you’d like to avoid the problem, right-click the image and choose Save As from the pop-up menu. Then type a name in the Save As dialog box.
You can enlarge or shrink an image by changing the _scale_ of the image — the amount it’s been enlarged or reduced. For example, if you want to make your image smaller than the original, the scale is 100 percent, which means the image has been zoomed
While Photoshop is often known as the industry standard digital imaging software, Elements is a good choice for beginners.
With this tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to create your own pirate ship using simple steps and an easy to follow, step-by-step process that will show you how Photoshop Elements works and how you can edit images.
Update: Are you looking for a more in-depth tutorial to learn how to make a pirate ship and many more great effects? Check out our Pirate Ship Photoshop tutorial:
Grab your camera, download Photoshop Elements and let’s get started.
1. Selecting Images
Before we can use Photoshop Elements to create a pirate ship, we need to make sure we have the right materials to work with.
To do this, go to your computer or device’s hard drive and open up your images. Select your Image Size to fit them into a landscape or portrait format.
You can select from:
Saved in the /Documents/PS/Downloads/My Downloads folder
Stored on iCloud Photo Sharing (Photos)
Online Storage using Google Photos or Flickr (Flickr)
If you have a new device, you will need to download and install the Google Photos app.
Go to your device’s App Store and search for Google Photos. Install and make sure it’s turned on.
If you’re using your camera, select Images and then scroll down to the All Photos category. Select the photo you want to use and click the camera icon to see more options for importing.
For more about importing photos, click here
Portrait orientation: Landscape orientation:
If you click the blue arrow icon in the top right-hand corner, you can see the camera viewfinder. Click the white dot to pick your camera up. This is your start point for all of your photo editing.
2. Using Camera Viewfinder
When working with the camera viewfinder, you can control your settings in a new window or by using the camera app.
If you don’t want to use the Camera Viewfinder, you can always use the Basic or Advanced photo functions in Photoshop Elements to choose an image.
Click the File menu and then go to Open or Press and hold the Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac OS) and click Import from File. Select a file or scroll through your computer
Dennis Rodman, the former NBA star, is giving a rare interview to a major American news network about North Korea, President Donald Trump and the “power” of his secret diplomatic channel with the country’s leader.
The interview, with CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer, could have major ramifications for the Trump administration and its policy on North Korea.
Rodman said in the televised interview on Wednesday that he hopes to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on his trip to Singapore for the summit next month. He told Blitzer he’s in North Korea, one of the world’s most isolated countries, several times a week, if not daily.
“I feel confident saying that I’ve met him,” Rodman said of Kim.
And on whether Kim has offered to meet with Trump or Vice President Mike Pence, Rodman said: “I believe so.”
Rodman told Blitzer, “I don’t know if it’s going to happen or not. I think President Trump would be thrilled if it happened. I know Mike Pence would be thrilled if it happened. They can’t have the nuclear weapons and they would be perfectly happy if they had a relationship with the United States.”
Rodman added, “Look, the North Koreans want to meet. The North Koreans are frustrated because the United States wants to meet them. The United States is the only country that has a dictatorship, bar none, and no one wants to talk to them.”
Rodman’s visit to North Korea has drawn criticism from some of the highest ranks of the US government, including from Pence, who called the trip “a betrayal of the Hawaiian people,” and on Sunday tweeted, “I never considered Dennis Rodman a friend.”
Pence had initially downplayed Rodman’s trip to North Korea to CNN’s Jake Tapper, saying the former basketball player doesn’t hold any “special position” in the country.
Rodman made no attempt to disabuse Pence or any other member of the Trump administration of their beliefs.
“All I can do is speak the truth, in love, I hope,” Rodman said.
As the interview continued, Rodman said Kim’s outreach to Trump means “it’s time for him to start talking about the people, the citizens, who need food and oil, not nuclear weapons,” adding that the meeting with Kim would “just be something that’s the beginning.
“North Korea’s got a lot to give the people of the
Python simple calculator with while loop
I have to make a simple calculator that will work with only the numbers 1 through 9. It has to be a basic calculator that uses a while loop with user input and allows the user to use a symbol (+, -, * or /) followed by numbers. Below is what I have so far. It’s not working the way I need it to, it keeps printing the first line over and over. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
print(“This is a simple calculator that allows you to do basic math operations with only the digits 0 through 9.”)
number = input(“What is the first number?: “)
num2 = input(“What is the second number?: “)
operator = input(“What is the operator?: * / – “)
if number!= ‘9’ or num2!= ‘9’:
print(“Invalid Entry! Please enter only the digits 0 through 9!”)
print(“Result:”, operator(number, num2))
print(“Thanks for using our simple calculator! Please try again another day.”)
You have two nested while loops, and the inner one never terminates because the outer one never terminates.
OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
Processor: Intel Core2Duo 2.8 GHz or AMD Athlon X2
Memory: 1GB RAM
Video: NVidia GeForce 8600 GS or ATI Radeon HD 3650
Processor: Intel Core2Duo 2.6 GHz or AMD Athlon X2
Memory: 2GB RAM
Video: NVidia GeForce 8800 GTX