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The basics: How to view, open, and save a file

If Photoshop has one basic tool, it’s the _file_ —the image’s data. This is either a _raw image file_ (a.k.a. a JPG, GIF, or TIFF file, which is the most common file type used today) or a combination of raw image and a _layer file_ (a.k.a. a Photoshop-formatted file).

In most cases, the file itself is a collection of numbers, which is a numeric representation of the image: this is the digital data that Photoshop makes into a visually pleasing, editable image. (Numeric data represents various things, but you can read more about it later in the chapter.)

The data is stored on your hard drive, in the form of a.PSD (Photoshop) or.PSB (Photoshop Exchange) file. In general, the file extension.PSD is a raw image file. The extension.PSB is a file where you have multiple layers. This means that you can edit several layers and composite them together.

A raw image is also called an _image file,_ but if you open a.PSB (layered image) file, Photoshop just displays the layers, not the entire image.

For this book, you should use a.PSB file if you need to work with layers. This is simply because you can edit layers more easily, and it’s easier to modify, rotate, or combine the elements in a PSB file than it is in a raw file.

To open a file, choose File⇒Open or press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+O (Windows) or Command+O (Mac). You see the Open dialog box, as shown in Figure 1-1.

FIGURE 1-1: Open the file that you want to work with.

To save a file, choose File⇒Save or

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In its last iteration, Adobe Photoshop Elements had a very slick, easy to use interface. Elements 19 however changes the interface completely. It borrows elements from other Photoshop programs like brushes and typography. There are also now more options for controls and tools. The new interface is very confusing to use, and it can be frustrating for anyone new to Photoshop, or even for those who have been using the program for a long time.

This is why we need a new tutorial for Photoshop Elements. (This will be eventually ported to Photoshop CC too.)

This tutorial will walk you through the new Photoshop Elements interface, and how to use all its features to create high-quality images, memes, graphics, logos, and more. It will also teach you how to use the tools in Photoshop Elements better.

Here are some examples of some of the things you can make with Photoshop Elements:

1. A logo for a clothing store

2. A logo for a web-hosting company

3. A logo for a web company

4. A meme

5. Memes that use old screenshots from 2000

6. A tutorial video

7. A presentation slide

Let’s get started!

1. Loading the document

First, we need to open a blank document. You can make a new document but the program will ask you to import an image to use as a background.

2. Open your imported image

You’ll notice that it’s a photo, so you need to enable it to show as a photo.

3. Open the Image menu and go to Adjust and click the first option:

4. The PS.E. will open the Adjustments Panel and show the ‘Graphic’ tab.

5. Click on the ‘Graphic’ tab to make it active.

6. Then, under the ‘Graphic’ tab, click on the ‘Fill’ icon and select the ‘Current color’ option:

7. Once you click on ‘OK’, the image will be filled with the current color.

8. If the ‘Graphic’ tab is active, you’ll also see three other options: ‘Recolor,’ ‘Convert to black and white,’ and ‘Duotone,’


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If you’ve ever painted with acrylic paint, you can use the same brush to create digital artwork. To use brushes, load an image onto the Clipping Path and then select a tool from the Brush group:

Select the Brush tool, select a brush type and control panel, then click OK.
You can select a multipass stroke and set the brush tip to hard or soft, depending on your project.
Use the Brush Settings dialog box to fine-tune the brush, including size, hardness and opacity.
The color scheme for the Brush tool is customizable, so you can match your Photoshop workspace.
The type, hardness, and opacity of a stroke are reflected in the layer’s Transparency type and Opacity settings, respectively.

The following image shows how the type, hardness and opacity of the stroke are reflected in the Transparency and Opacity settings:

Brushes provide incredible flexibility and control over a variety of digital painting and compositing techniques.


For those of you who feel a bit limited by the default Photoshop brushes available in Photoshop Elements 9, Adobe has come up with something truly cool: the Easel. With an Easel, you can create your own custom brushes. And they’re free, unlike Photoshop’s Elements brushes.
The following image shows an example of how the Easel works.
The following image shows the type of brushes you can create with the Easel:

You can select from many different brush types including:

Inner Glow

You can also create:

The following image shows a Custom Easel:
And the following image shows a selection of brush types:

You can control how the brush strokes are painted by selecting from a myriad of options including:

Advanced brush settings, such as opacity, tool size, and hardness
Unsharp masking
Rulers and guides
Custom color selection

To create your own brush, select the Custom Easel and select the brush type you want to use.
Drag the symbol into the Brush Type box, then click OK.
The brush will load into the brush and you can see the brush settings.

The following image shows a Custom Easel with four different brush types:


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