1. What is Adobe Photoshop?
Adobe Photoshop is a professional image editing software package that can be used by experts and novices alike. While this handout offers some very basic tips on using the tools available in Photoshop, more comprehensive guidance can be accessed on the web or in the help menu of your version of Photoshop. The version used for this tutorial is Adobe Photoshop Cs.
2. What is Gradients in Adobe Photoshop?
Gradients are a great way to introduce flashy, eye-catching graphics in your pages.
3. How do we print the grid in Adobe Photoshop?
Put the non printing grid on how you want it, then take a screen capture (alt + PrintScreen on PC) Open a new file, the size should be set as the size of the grab, and paste. Crop away everything (the background of the photoshop window, etc.) except for the image with grid on it and print.
4. Can you organize layers as in photoshop?
Yes we can organize layers..
For example you create a Ball in 1St layer and then in second layer you create the background. But you should lock all the layers and unlock the layer which u r working, because unlocked layers will be active always(active means, if u want to drage the ball, background layers also will be affected).
5. For photoshop is cs3 really that much better than cs2 on an Intel Mac?
On both the Photoshop CS works fine. But on Mac it seems to speed up faster. The startup is much faster than on windows but relative to the velocity of the CS2, it indeed is faster. So yes. photoshop cs3 is better at functioning on an intel mac rater than cs2, due to the faster startup.
6. What is a Smart Object in Adobe Photoshop?
Photoshop CS2 introduces a new type of layer called a Smart Object layer. Smart Objects are a little like symbols in Illustrator. Smart objects can consist of pixel-based content or vector-based content, like an Illustrator drawing placed in a Photoshop document. With smart objects, you can make multiple copies of a single object and all copies will be updated when one of the copies is edited but you can still apply layer styles and adjustment layers to the individual smart objects without affecting all copies, which provides for a lot of flexibility. Pixel-based smart objects also remember their original size and can be transformed multiple times without loss.
7. Explain about stress analysis in Adobe Photoshop?
People working on these areas as a aerospace engineers should have familiarity and exposure to NASTRAN and MATLAB with knowledge on space environment and modeling of flexible dynamics. These aerospace engineers will be responsible to conduct stress analysis on metallic and composite structures. NASTRAN, IDEAD, Oracle and PATRAN proficiency level is required. Their duties also include on aircraft which are metallic and composite structures. This includes and understanding of control surface stiffness and loop calculations, finite element modeling (FEM). fatigue testing requirement and analysis.
8. Explain about the photoshop Work Area?
The work area can be intimidating to work with because of all the complex functionality but with a quick breakdown of the available features and their uses, you will be ready to comfortably navigate the work area with ease. The work area in Photoshop has the following basic functionality and features:
- Menu – Barthis is where you can access most of the commands and features in Photoshop
- Drawing Palette – where the image being worked on will appear
- Options bar – content sensitive display of tool options changes as different tools are selected display using Window> Options or Click a tool in the toolbox. Lasso options bar
- Tool box – for creating an editing images (display or hide using Windows > Tools)
- Palettes- to monitor and modify images (there are 5 palettes by default)
- Palette Well- to organize palettes in work area Drag a palettes tab into the palette well to store it in the palette well Once in the palette well click on the palette tab to use it.
9. What is the quickest way to achieve this?Multiple layers? Layer masks?
Open the color image you wish to modify. Select all and COPY the full image Now use Mode and reset the color to Gray scale, say “Yes” to removing all color. The image goes gray scale. Tweak or adjust the black and white until it suits you. Return to MODE and return the image to RGB Select the Move tool (Tap: “V”) and then PASTE The original color will return to the file on a new layer.
10. How do you create an artistic border?
- Open any image
- Make a selection using the rectangular Marquee Tool(M)
- In your layer pallet add a layer mask
- Then go to Filter>Brush Strokes>Sprayed Strokes and play with the stroke length etc. You can apply other styles too.
11. How to achieve Black/White with Color Detail?
Use the lasso tool to carefully select the elements that you want to retain as color – you may even want to feather the selection by a couple of pixels if it looks better. Once you have these selected, invert the selection so that everything except the eyes/lips are selected, then desaturated the layer.
12. How to Unlock Background?
Click on IMAGE go to MODE and select GRAY SCALE (if the PDF or JPG is black / white), and go back to the LAYER and double click, that will unlocked, if do not, go back to IMAGE and select RGB color and double click, that would do it.
13. How do you select an exact color to match?
There are two ways of doing this: The easiest way is to use the eyedropper tool to sample the color as your foreground color – make sure the foreground color square is selected when you use the eyedropper tool – then use a brush, pencil or the paint bucket tool to cover the area. Alternatively, try using the Clone Stamp Tool. Alt+Click where you want to take the color from, and then hold down the mouse key to cover up the new area.
14. What is Gradients?
- Gradients are a great way to introduce flashy, eye-catching graphics in your pages.
- Gradient tool is used to create a smooth blending between two or more colors.
15. How do we crop an image in photoshop?
Cropping an image allows you to cut out any portion of the image you don’t like and/or make an image smaller. This document contains the steps performed to crop an image in each of the major image editors. To the right is a visual example of a large image, such as a image scanned into the computer being cropped to a smaller image.
16. Explain about stress analysis?
People working on these areas as a aerospace engineers should have familiarity and exposure to NASTRAN and MATLAB with knowledge on space environment and modeling of flexible dynamics. These aerospace engineers will be responsible to conduct stress analysis on metallic and composite structures. NASTRAN, IDEAD, Oracle and PATRAN proficiency level is required. Their duties also include on aircraft which are metallic and composite structures. This includes and understanding of control surface stiffness and loop calculations, finite element modeling (FEM), fatigue testing requirement and analysis.