Adobe Photoshop File Formats Specification
NOVEDAD Destaca entre la multitud en Facebook
Da un atractivo giro a tu página de Facebook combinando tus fotos de portada y de perfil para que a tus amigos no solo les guste, sino que les encante.*
NOVEDAD Mezcla elementos para crear escenas totalmente nuevas
Mezclar y combinar fotos resulta sencillo con la función Composición Photomerge. Extrae un elemento de una foto, colócalo en otra y verás cómo se mezclan el color y la iluminación para conseguir una escena de aspecto real.
NOVEDAD Selecciones más sencillas que nunca
¿La selección que has hecho no te termina de convencer Solo tienes que desplazar los límites a un lado o a otro. ¡Resultado perfecto!
NOVEDAD Recortes geniales para composiciones fantásticas
La composición perfecta es la que a ti más te guste. Elements te propone cuatro opciones distintas y solo tienes que elegir la que prefieras.
NOVEDAD Efectos que se adaptan a tu gusto
Selecciona un efecto y Elements le dará vida de cinco formas distintas para que elijas la que más te guste.
MEJORADO Presentaciones de diapositivas excepcionales
No crees simplemente una presentación de diapositivas: cuenta tu historia desde todos los puntos de vista con varias fotos en cada diapositiva. Incluso podrás compartirlas como películas a través de Facebook.
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Consigue crear el aspecto que buscas con las Ediciones guiadas. Las nuevas opciones te permiten reinventar los blancos y negros al destacar un color sobre un fondo blanco y negro, crear mezclas de diferentes colores con blanco y negro, y más.
Transforma tus fotos fácilmente
Opta por el formato panorámico para disfrutar de la experiencia completa
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Consigue unos dientes más blancos o que el cielo tenga un azul más intenso en un solo paso. Haz desaparecer todos los elementos indeseados con un solo un trazo de pincel y consigue correcciones de tono inteligentes con una opción que memoriza tus preferencias.
Fotos de grupo perfectas
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Texto moderno y diseño atractivo
Escribe texto directamente en tus fotos y ajústalo en cualquier momento. Puedes elegir todo tipo de diseños, desde divertido hasta poético o formal para el ámbito empresarial. Además, aporta sofisticación mostrando una parte de una foto a través de otra.
¿La foto está torcida Ponle solución rápidamente.
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Mueve objetos sin esfuerzo
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Convierte rápidamente tus fotos en ilustraciones espectaculares
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I’m not entirely sure how it happened, but over the years I have become the curator of the family media archive. I routinely receive old movie reels, slide and photos to digitize and archive. Many of these items arrive in somewhat less than pristine shape, and it just doesn’t make sense to store damaged images. This is the space where a tool like Adobe’s Photoshop Elements 2018 plays best. The question is will this application make things easier for me and improve the quality of our digital memories, or will I spend a lot of time with little to show for it Read on to find out.
In order to decide whether Photoshop Elements would help or hinder, I wanted to take a real-life example. When my father passed away I helped to clean out storage at the house I grew up in, and along the way, I found a treasure trove of old photos from when my Dad was far younger than I ever was. Most were in pretty good shape, but some were scratched and dusty from years of storage. The following photo is my Dad when he was 4 years old and growing up in New Jersey.
What you can see immediately are the scratches and discoloration that happens when a picture sits in a shoe box for 65 years.
Photoshop Elements offers a “guided mode” which allows you to choose a path to enhancing your images. After loading the photo in the application, I switched to the guided mode. There are dozens of options, but since this is a black and white image, I limited the choices to that type of guide only. From the 10 or so guides that came up, I selected the scratch and dust removal guide.
Once the path was chosen, a step-by-step guide came up on the right side of the screen. I selected each step that seemed appropriate to the picture I was working on. First I cropped the image to highlight my Dad and not necessarily the table. Tools like spot healing to remove lines, blur to smooth out imperfections and dust removal to get rid of spots, each tool making the image just that much better than it was. At the end, I removed the extraneous colors that scanning a less than perfect photo introduces, adjusted the brightness and contrast, and finally sharpened the image.
And here is the result.
Arguably better than the original in my opinion. The whole process for this picture took me less than 5 minutes – I could have spent more time on this and improved it even more if I wanted. And the original image is untouched as the guide allows you to either overwrite or save to a new image. If this were something I had taken with my phone, I could also have used the guide to share the picture on Facebook or Instagram.
Not just for the record anymore!
So I know that Photoshop Elements can handle the hard work of preserving my family’s precious memories. But how will it stack up against tasks like inserting myself into places I have never been You know, the important stuff. I started this part of the journey with a picture of a close friend.
That, of course, is Groot from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. If you haven’t seen the movie(s) go watch them now. I’ll wait.
There. Now you see why I love Groot. Problem is, there is very little opportunity to spend time with him outside of those movies. My head may be in space, but the rest of me is firmly rooted here.
How can I get us together Photoshop Elements to the rescue! Using Expert mode and a tutorial I found online (and there are a ton of these kinds of tutorials out there to help you with anything you want to do), I was able to get my favorite tree person to photobomb me. Start to finish, even with my fumbling around and reading the tutorial over and over, the whole thing took less than 10 minutes. Oh, and after the fact I learned there is a guide to do this as well, but…experience. Here is the result.
Maybe not up to the standard of some Photoshop work, but more than enough to show my friends I know trees in high places.
What else do you get
Photoshop Elements also provides an excellent way to organize your images through the Organizer tool. The tool allows you to view, rename and manage your library. In the 2018 edition, Adobe has added an AI tool called Auto Curate which will examine the images in your library to point out possible flaws like composition, exposure and focus problems. It can also help identify faces plus tag images with any kind of data – including EXIF data coming from your camera, and all delivered via smart tools.
There is even a smart tool which will take a photo where the subject’s eyes are closed and will open them. Here’s the before (from our wedding 8 years ago).
And after running the Open Closed Eyes tool.
So now that Auto Curate has pointed out some image flaws, do you have to edit each image individually to fix those problems Good question! And the answer is “of course not” – Photoshop Elements also offers a batch processing mode that will allow you to select a group of photos, apply transformations (resizing, corrections and other adjustments) and output the results to another location to let you choose whether they keep the old or new. It will even change image formats, like taking all of your PNG files and converting them to JPG.
Now that you have a nice, clean library of photos, the Slide Show tool will allow you to arrange the images into a presentation. You can apply artistic effects like watercolor rendering, transition effects like dissolves, and add your own soundtrack to the results. When you are done, you can share your creation in the usual places.
So what are the quirks
As great as Photoshop Elements is, the application is not without any shortcomings. First, there is a weird problem if you use multiple monitors. Elements always opens on the primary monitor, but you can drag the window to your secondary monitor (or any other you might have connected). What’s weird is that once the window is on the non-primary monitor, any attempt to resize the window causes the application to snap the window back to the primary monitor and the window is maximized. This happens on both the Mac and Windows versions of the application.
And if you own an iPhone or iPad that you use to take pictures, you might not be able to edit the images in Elements on either platform. iOS 11 introduced the HEIF format (High Efficiency Image Format), a container that gives greater compression to your images so you don’t run out of space on your device. At the moment Elements does not support the HEIF format although a patch has been promised. If you use an Apple device, you will have to go into Settings for the Camera app and choose Most Compatible rather than High Efficiency.
If you take pictures, Adobe’s Photoshop Elements is one of the friendliest and least expensive way to manipulate, catalog and preserve your media. When paired with the sister application (Adobe Premiere Elements 2018, review coming soon), these two applications will make your digital life the envy of your friends. And at $99.99 list price (cheaper on sale at Amazon for digital downloads), the application won’t break the bank.
Available in versions for both macOS and Windows and a generous license which will allow you non-simultaneous use on 2 machines – and cross-platform licensing so you can use the application on either OS – makes this a must-have tool if you want to curate your digital life.
Price: $99.99 (bundled with Premiere Elements 2018 for $149 – but often on sale for much less)
Where to buy: Amazon
Source: The sample for this review was provided by Adobe.
Warhol-Style Pop-Art Effect with Photoshop Elements .
January 27, 2012 By
One of the things that can be frustrating to creative professionals is receiving files that have been put together using the wrong piece of design software. It could be anything from using Adobe Illustrator instead of InDesign for layout or a logo that has been put together using Photoshop.
While it’s expected that pros should know this information, someone who’s cracking open the software for the first time might not even be aware that there are instances where you should be using one over the other. Just like a plumber would use the right wrench for the job, each program has a specific area that it excels at. So what I’ll be doing in this post is breaking down the three pieces of design software from Adobe – InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop and explaining when to use them.
By examining them in this way, you can see what your specific needs are, this should help you to decide what program you’ll start learning. You’ll want to focus your attention on the piece of software that is most relevant to what your goals, and then apply that knowledge to the other two.
When to use Adobe InDesign
There should be no confusion about when to use InDesign – its specific purpose is for laying out printed materials; that’s what it is designed to do. This could be brochures, newsletters, ads, business cards or books. Virtually anything that is made up of a combination of blocks of text, photos or other artwork. Its purpose is to take the elements that you create in Illustrator and Photoshop and put them together in one place.
InDesign excels at projects that require multi-page layouts or master layouts where one theme reoccurs on multiple pages. Its text wrap functionality (where you can literally wrap text around images or objects) is much simpler and easier to use than it is in Illustrator.
People can, and do, put together layouts with Photoshop or Illustrator. However, in doing so, they often create files that are needlessly huge or put together in ways that are not optimal for commercial printers to use. InDesign, however, packages everything for you – all of your fonts and images. It does this so that you can hand off these materials to your printer and they can make your layout work in the exact manner that you intended.
While InDesign is a powerful tool, it does have its limitations. For one, it doesn’t have any photo editing capabilities. InDesign does give you the ability to draw vector graphics, like those you might find in a logo, but it doesn’t hold a candle to what you can do with Illustrator. Which brings us to…
When to use Adobe Illustrator
Illustrator, as its name suggests, is for creating and editing vector based illustrations such as logos and brand marks or other design elements. Vector graphics are scalable images that can be sized as small or as large as you need them to be, and still maintain their resolution and clarity.
While it is possible to create multi-page documents with Illustrator for items like brochures or annual reports, there are a few drawbacks to using the program in this way:
- Illustrator doesn’t have a way to setup master pages the way that InDesign does. This is a necessary tool when you’re building documents that use templates.
- Illustrator doesn’t allow you to automate page numbers. This is another feature InDesign supports, which can be especially useful when dealing with larger documents.
When to use Adobe Photoshop
Plain and simple, Photoshop is for creating and editing photos and raster (pixel) based art work. The program was originally developed as a tool to enhance photographs, but over time its functionality has developed to the point where it can be used to create:
- User interface designs
- Web pages
- Banner ads
- Video graphics
- Editing pictures for print
Because there is so much information about Photoshop out there in the form of tutorials and guides, some people feel that it’s all you need – a one stop shop. This couldn’t be further from the truth. The problem is that there are instances when you don’t need to use Photoshop, and should in fact be using Illustrator or InDesign.
- Do not create logos with Photoshop – It’s a bad idea that will do nothing but cost you time and money. Again, Photoshop is pixel, or raster based. If you create a logo with it, the files that it creates can not be enlarged or manipulated in the same manner that an Illustrator-based logo can.
- Do not set type in Photoshop for print projects – For type to print at its clearest, it needs to be vector based; Photoshop exports type as pixels. Now, you can save your Photoshop files in as an .EPS file which allows you to export type as vectors, but still this is not a best practice, so just don’t do it.
Hopefully this article has helped to clear up some of the confusion that surrounds these pieces of software and when to use them. While I’ve only scratched the surface as far as the capabilities of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop, these are some of their most fundamental applications. Thinking about what you need to do with these programs will help you to organize your workflow better and ultimately create more professional looking documents avast internet security setup
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I get a myriad of questions about camera support in Photoshop and Lightroom so I thought I’d try and answer them in this blog post.
For a localized, translated version of this document, see: Camera Raw Help| Why doesn’t my version of Photoshop or Lightroom support my camera
Table of Contents:
- What do I do if Photoshop CC/CS6, or Lightroom 6, does’t recognize my raw files
- What do I do if an older version of Photoshop, or Lightroom, does’t recognize my raw files (CS2, CS3 CS4, CS5; LR1, LR2, LR3, LR4, LR5)
- What are the benefits of using DNG
- Why is DNG necessary for legacy version support
- Additional Resources
I just purchased a new camera. Photoshop CC/CS6, or Lightroom 6, does not recognize the raw files. What do I do
First, make sure you have the latest updates for Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop. (The process to update Lightroom is similar. Launch Lightroom and choose Help>Check for Updates…) It’s always a good idea to have the latest updates installed.
Second, if updating to the latest version doesn’t give you joy and let you open your camera raw files, verify your camera make and model is on the list of supported cameras.
Finally, if your camera came out within the past 90 days and it’s not on the list of supported cameras, be patient, as you may need to wait for the new camera support. Adobe goes through a rigorous process of adding support for and testing of each new camera raw format. Adobe generally releases updates of the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in and Lightroom to provide new camera support about once a quarter, or about every 90 days. Feel free to drop us request or vote for specific camera support on our Feedback Site.
What if I own an older version of Photoshop or Lightroom
A lot of people ask, “Why do I have to buy a new version of Photoshop or Lightroom just to get the latest camera support”
The answer: You don’t have to upgrade to get the very latest camera support. Adobe provides backwards compatibility for the latest cameras for FREE in Photoshop CS2, CS3, CS4 and CS5, as well as Lightroom 1, 2, 3. 4 5, through the Adobe DNG Converter.
Download it here:
Win: Adobe DNG Converter
Mac: Adobe DNG Converter
For instructions on using the DNG converter, see: Installing and using the DNG Converter
What are the benefits of using DNG
There are other benefits to using DNG besides backward compatibility if you haven’t explored those:
- The metadata, keywords and raw adjustments are stored in the file – along with a processed preview of the image. This makes the file portable and keeps your metadata safe and secure.
- DNG files are smaller than the original raw file, which will save you disk space and time in the long run.
- DNG is an openly specified file format which means the file format isn’t going away. If you use another raw processor that supports DNG, you don’t have to worry about compatibility or portability of your metadata.
Julieanne Kost has created a video on Adobe TV outlining the benefits of DNG in your everyday workflow and how to use the Adobe DNG Converter:
Note: Julieanne goes through the process of converting your raw files to DNG using the Adobe DNG Converter around the 7:12-9:44 point of the video.
Why is DNG necessary for legacy version support
The problem with supporting Adobe Camera Raw plug-in updates for legacy version of Photoshop and Lightroom is camera manufacturers insist on creating a new proprietary raw format each time they come out with a new camera – and new cameras are coming out faster and in greater volume. If camera manufactures either settled on a single raw format for their brand of cameras or just used DNG it would make compatibility a non-issue.
It’s untenable to keep updating previous versions of the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in going back to CS2 to support new cameras/raw formats in a timely fashion. Using the DNG converter is the fastest way to deliver backwards compatibility to ALL users (CS2, CS3, CS4, CS5 Lightroom 1, 2, 3, 4 5, as well as 3rd party apps that support DNG). Put simply, this allows us to support the greatest number of customers and cameras as possible Aurora 3D Text Logo Maker 12.07.19
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