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Chapter 5. Enhancing and Repairing Photos. Chapter Objectives. Discuss technical tips for digital cameras and scanners Repair documents with aging damage Make level corrections for contrast Sharpen images with the Unsharp Mask Correct small blemishes using the Spot Healing Brush tool.

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chapter 5

Chapter 5

Enhancing and Repairing Photos

chapter objectives
Chapter Objectives
  • Discuss technical tips for digital cameras and scanners
  • Repair documents with aging damage
  • Make level corrections for contrast
  • Sharpen images with the Unsharp Mask
  • Correct small blemishes using the Spot Healing Brush tool

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Chapter Objectives
  • Correct tears and scratches using the Healing Brush tool
  • Retouch images using the Patch tool
  • Use the Dodge and Burn tools
  • Correct red eye
  • Correct angle and perspective distortions

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Chapter Objectives
  • Change the opacity to fade a layer
  • Open a recently used file
  • Use text elements
  • Save a file in the EPS format

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starting photoshop
Starting Photoshop
  • Start Photoshop as described on pages PS 6 and PS 7
  • Choose the Default Workspace as described on page PS 8
  • Select the Rectangular Marquee tool and then reset all tools as described on pages PS 9 and PS 10

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resetting the layers palette
Resetting the Layers Palette
  • Click the Layers palette menu button and then click Palette Options on the list
  • When Photoshop displays the Layers Palette Options dialog box, click the option button corresponding to the smallest of the thumbnail sizes, if necessary
  • If necessary, click Layer Bounds
  • Click the OK button

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resetting the colors
Resetting the Colors
  • If black and white are not shown as the default colors on the Tools palette, press the D key on the keyboard

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opening the letter image
Opening the Letter Image
  • Insert the CD that accompanies this book into your CD drive. After a few seconds, if Windows displays a dialog box, click its Close button
  • In Photoshop, press CTRL+O to open a file. Navigate to the Chapter05 folder, and then double-click the file named Letter
  • When Photoshop displays the image, if necessary, press CTRL+R to display the rulers
  • If necessary, change the magnification to 16.67%

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Opening the Letter Image

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removing yellowed portions of the letter
Removing Yellowed Portions of the Letter
  • Click Image on the menu bar, then point to Mode
  • Click Grayscale. When Photoshop asks if you want to discard all color information, click the discard button

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setting levels
Setting Levels
  • Press CTRL+L to access the Levels dialog box
  • When Photoshop displays the Levels dialog box, type 125 in the first Input Levels box to adjust the black levels. Type 1.5 in the second Input Levels box to adjust the gray or midtones. Type 240 in the third box to adjust the white levels
  • Click the OK button in the Levels dialog box

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Setting Levels

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using the unsharp mask
Using the Unsharp Mask
  • Zoom to 50% magnification and then scroll to the beginning of the letter
  • Click Filter on the menu bar and then point to Sharpen
  • Click Unsharp Mask

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Using the Unsharp Mask
  • When Photoshop displays the Unsharp Mask dialog box, type 4 in the Radius box. Type 20 in the Threshold box
  • Drag the Amount slider until the image is displayed more clearly
  • Click the OK button in the Unsharp Mask dialog box

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Using the Unsharp Mask

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using the eraser tool
Using the Eraser Tool
  • On the Tools palette, click the Eraser Tool (E) button
  • Use the [ or ] keys to adjust the size of the eraser brush. With short strokes, drag through remaining gray areas that are not part of the handwriting itself. If you make a mistake, click the History button in the dock of collapsed palettes on the right side of the workspace, and then click the previous state in the History palette, or press CTRL+Z. Zoom and scroll as necessary
  • When you are finished, zoom out to display the entire letter

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Using the Eraser Tool

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saving for the web
Saving for the Web
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save for Web & Devices
  • When the Save for Web & Devices dialog box is displayed, click the 4-Up tab if necessary. Click the preview other than the original, that looks the best for your system’s connection speed. If necessary, use the Hand tool to display the text in the window
  • Click the Save button

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Saving for the Web
  • When the Save Optimized As dialog box is displayed, type Letter-Repaired in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK (F:), or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list
  • Click the Save button

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closing the letter file
Closing the Letter File
  • Click the Close button on the Letter document window title bar. If Photoshop asks if you want to save the changes, click the No button

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opening and cropping the founder image
Opening and Cropping the Founder Image
  • Open the file named Founder from the Chapter05 folder on the CD that accompanies this book, or from a location specified by your instructor
  • If necessary, change the magnification to 50%
  • To remove the excess border, click the Crop Tool (C) button on the Tools palette and then, in the photo itself, drag from the top-left corner to the lower-right corner
  • Press the ENTER key

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Opening and Cropping the Founder Image

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duplicating a layer for corrections
Duplicating a Layer for Corrections
  • Right-click the Background layer in the Layers palette. When the shortcut menu is displayed, click Duplicate Layer
  • Type Corrections in the As box and then click the OK button
  • Zoom to 100 percent and scroll to display the man’s face

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Duplicating a Layer for Corrections

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using the spot healing brush tool
Using the Spot Healing Brush Tool
  • Right-click the current healing tool and then click Spot Healing Brush Tool in the list. If necessary on the options bar, click the Mode box arrow and then click Normal. Click Proximity Match if necessary
  • Move the mouse pointer into the document window and point to the white spot on the chin. Press the [ key or the ] key until the brush tip is just slightly larger than the spot
  • Click the spot and then move the mouse pointer away to view the results

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Using the Spot Healing Brush Tool
  • Move the mouse pointer to the spot between the eyes. Press the [ key to reduce the size of the brush tip. Click the spot and then move the mouse pointer away to view the results
  • Repeat Step 3 for other spots on the face and neck. If you make a repair that does not look good, click the History button in the dock of collapsed palettes on the right side of the workspace, and then click the previous state in the History palette. You then can try again

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Using the Spot Healing Brush Tool

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using the healing brush tool
Using the Healing Brush Tool
  • Scroll to display the upper-left corner of the photo
  • If necessary, press CTRL+R to view the rulers
  • Right-click the Spot Healing Brush Tool (J) button
  • Click Healing Brush Tool in the list
  • If necessary, click Sampled on the options bar. Click the Aligned check box so it displays a check mark

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Using the Healing Brush Tool
  • Click the Brush picker button on the options bar
  • In the Diameter box, type 19 to set the brush size, if necessary. Click the Size box arrow, and then click Off in the list
  • To sample the pixels, ALT+click to the right of the upper tear
  • Drag from the top of the tear, down, approximately .5 inches

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Using the Healing Brush Tool
  • ALT+click below the tear at the left margin
  • On the options bar, click the Mode box arrow and then click Replace in the list
  • Drag from left to right, using short strokes to correct the tear. Resample as necessary to match color and grain

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Using the Healing Brush Tool

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using the patch tool
Using the Patch Tool
  • Right-click the Spot Healing Brush Tool (J) button, and then click Patch Tool in the list
  • If necessary, click Source on the Patch options bar
  • Move the mouser pointer to an area left of the light spot, near the man’s head
  • Drag an area approximately as big as the light spot, but do not include the light spot

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Using the Patch Tool
  • On the Patch options bar, click Destination
  • Drag the selection to cover the light spot
  • Press CTRL+D to remove the selection

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repairing other damage
Repairing Other Damage
  • Right-click the Patch Tool (J) button and then click Spot Healing Brush Tool in the list
  • Choose a very small damaged area in the photo. Adjust the brush size to be just larger than the damage. Click with the Spot Healing Brush tool to repair the damage
  • Right-click the Spot Healing Tool (J) button and then click Healing Brush Tool in the list

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Repairing Other Damage
  • Choose a larger damaged area in the photo. ALT+click close to the damage. Drag with short strokes to repair the damage
  • Repeat the steps as necessary to fix other damaged areas
  • Zoom to 50% magnification

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Repairing Other Damage

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saving and closing the founder file
Saving and Closing the Founder File
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save As
  • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type Founder Repaired in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK (F:), or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list
  • Click the Save button. When Photoshop displays the TIFF Options dialog box, click the OK button. When Photoshop asks to include layers, click the OK button
  • Click the Close button on the Founder Repaired document window title bar

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opening the children image
Opening the Children Image
  • Open the file named, Children, from the Chapter05 folder on the CD that accompanies this book, or from a location specified by your instructor
  • If necessary, change the magnification to 66.67%

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using the red eye tool
Using the Red Eye Tool
  • Right-click the Healing Brush Tool (J) button and then click Red Eye Tool in the list
  • Move the mouse pointer to the child’s eye on the left
  • Click the red portion of the eye
  • Click each of the other eyes

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Using the Red Eye Tool

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saving and closing the children file
Saving and Closing the Children File
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save As
  • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type Children Repaired in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key
  • Click the Format box arrow and then click TIFF (*.TIF, *.TIFF) in the list

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Saving and Closing the Children File
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK [F:], or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list
  • Click the Save button. When Photoshop displays the TIFF Options dialog box, click the OK button
  • Click the Close button on the Children Repaired document window title bar

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opening the bandstand image and creating a corrections layer
Opening the Bandstand Image and Creating a Corrections Layer
  • Open the file named Bandstand from the Chapter05 folder on the CD that accompanies this book, or from a location specified by your instructor
  • If necessary, change the magnification to 66.67%
  • In the Layers palette, right-click the Background layer, and then click Duplicate Layer in the shortcut menu
  • When the Duplicate Layer dialog box is displayed, type Corrections in the As box, and then click the OK button

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Opening the Bandstand Image and Creating a Corrections Layer

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using the dodge tool
Using the Dodge Tool
  • With the Corrections layer selected, click the Dodge Tool (O) button in the toolbox
  • On the options bar, type 25 in the Exposure box
  • Using short strokes and adjusting the brush size using the bracket keys, drag through the darker portions of the image on the right

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using the burn tool
Using the Burn Tool
  • Right-click the Dodge Tool (O) button and then click Burn Tool in the list
  • On the options bar, type 25 in the Exposure box
  • Using short strokes and adjusting the brush size, drag through the light damaged area in the image

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Using the Burn Tool

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saving and closing the bandstand file
Saving and Closing the Bandstand File
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save As
  • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type Bandstand Repaired in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key
  • Click the Format box arrow and then click TIFF (*.TIF, *.TIFF) in the list

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Saving and Closing the Bandstand File
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK [F:], or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list
  • Click the Save button. When Photoshop displays the TIFF Options dialog box, click the OK button. When Photoshop asks to include layers, click the OK button
  • Click the Close button on the Bandstand Repaired document window title bar

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opening the schoolhouse image
Opening the Schoolhouse Image
  • Open the file named, Schoolhouse, from the Chapter05 folder on the CD that accompanies this book, or from a location specified by your instructor
  • If necessary, change the magnification to 100%

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correcting angle and perspective errors
Correcting Angle and Perspective Errors
  • Click Filter on the menu bar and then point to Distort
  • Click Lens Correction on the Distort submenu
  • Double-click the Vertical Perspective box. Type –38 to remove the keystone distortion
  • Double-click the Horizontal Perspective box. Type -8 to adjust the slight left-to-right distortion

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Correcting Angle and Perspective Errors
  • Double-click the Angle box. Type 358.7 to straighten the photo
  • Double-click the Scale box and then type 85 as the percentage
  • Click the Edge box arrow and then click Edge Extension in the list
  • Click the OK button

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Correcting Angle and Perspective Errors

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cropping the image
Cropping the Image
  • Click the Crop Tool (C) button on the Tools palette
  • In the image, move the mouse to the lower-right portion of the grass that is still in focus
  • Drag to the upper-left corner of the image just far enough to include the grass that is still in focus to the left of the schoolhouse. If necessary, use the sizing handles to adjust the selected area
  • Press the ENTER key

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Cropping the Image

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saving and minimizing the image
Saving and Minimizing the Image
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save As
  • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type Schoolhouse Repaired in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key.
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK [F:], or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list.
  • Click the Save button. When Photoshop displays the TIFF options dialog box, click the OK button
  • Click the Minimize button on the Schoolhouse Repaired document window title bar

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creating the background
Creating the Background
  • Click File on the menu bar and then click New
  • When Photoshop displays the New dialog box, in each text box, double-click and enter the settings from Table 5-6. For each list box, click the box arrow and then click the setting listed in Table 5-6
  • Click the OK button
  • Click the Color palette menu button and then click CMYK sliders in the list, if necessary

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Creating the Background
  • Press G to access the Gradient tool. If necessary, right-click the Paint Bucket Tool (G) button and then click Gradient Tool in the list
  • Click the Radial Gradient button on the options bar
  • Click the Gradient Editor button. If necessary, click the Foreground to Background gradient preset in the list
  • Double-click the left Color Stop button

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Creating the Background
  • When Photoshop displays the Color Picker dialog box, if necessary, click the Only Web Colors box to remove its check mark. Enter 0 in the C box, 0 in the M box, 80 in the Y box, and 0 in the K box
  • Click the OK button in the Select stop color dialog box
  • Double-click the right Color Stop button
  • When Photoshop displays the Select stop color dialog box, enter 32 in the C box, 13 in the M box, 0 in the Y box, and 0 in the K box

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Creating the Background
  • Click the OK button in the Select stop color dialog box. If the Gradient Editor displays a middle Color Stop button, click it, and then click the Delete button
  • Click the OK button in the Gradient Editor dialog box
  • Drag from the lower-left corner of the postcard toward the upper-right and stop approximately 1 inch from the corner. Do not release the mouse button
  • Release the mouse button

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Creating the Background

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creating the schoolhouse layer
Creating the Schoolhouse Layer
  • On the minimized Schoolhouse Repaired title bar, click the Restore Up button
  • Press CTRL+A to select the entire image
  • Click the Move Tool (V) button on the Tools palette
  • Drag the selection to the lower-right corner of the Postcard document window
  • Press CTRL+T to display the bounding box

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Creating the Schoolhouse Layer
  • SHIFT+drag the upper-left sizing handle until the schoolhouse is approximately 3 inches tall
  • Press the ENTER key to commit the changes
  • To fade the image into the background, in the Layers palette, click the Fill box arrow and then drag the slider slowly to the left until the sky fades into the background
  • Double-click the layer name and then type Schoolhouse to replace the layer name
  • Press the ENTER key

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Creating the Schoolhouse Layer

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closing the schoolhouse repaired file
Closing the Schoolhouse Repaired File
  • Click the Schoolhouse Repaired document window to select it. Click the Close button on the Schoolhouse Repaired document window title bar. If Photoshop asks if you want to save the file again, click the No button

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opening a recently used file
Opening a Recently Used File
  • On the File menu, point to Open Recent
  • Click Children Repaired.tif. If Children Repaired is not on your list, press CTRL+O and then browse to your storage location and double-click the file

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creating the children layer
Creating the Children Layer
  • With the Children Repaired window active, press CTRL+A to select the entire image
  • Press CTRL+C to copy the image
  • Minimize the Children Repaired window
  • With the Postcard document window selected, press CTRL+V to paste the image. Position it in the lower-left corner

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Creating the Children Layer
  • In the Layers palette, click the Add layer mask button
  • Press the B key to activate the Brush tool. If necessary, press the D key to access the default colors. If necessary, press the X key to make black the foreground color
  • Click the Set to enable airbrush capabilities button on the Brush options bar
  • Move the mouse pointer into the Postcard document window. Press the [ or ] key until the mouse pointer displays as a small circle

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Creating the Children Layer
  • Using short strokes, drag in the layer above the heads of the children to mask the images behind the children
  • Drag down the right side to outline the child
  • Reduce the size of the brush by pressing the [ key and then drag the very edge of the child to soften the image
  • Click the lower-right corner to soften the corner

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Creating the Children Layer
  • Press CTRL+T to display the bounding box
  • SHIFT+drag the upper-right sizing handle until the child on the right touches the grass in the Schoolhouse layer
  • Press the ENTER key
  • Double-click the layer name and then type Children to replace the layer name. Press the ENTER key

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Creating the Children Layer

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closing the children repaired file
Closing the Children Repaired File
  • Click the Close button on the Children Repaired document window title bar. If Photoshop asks if you want to save the file again, click the No button

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Entering Text
  • Right-click the current type tool
  • Click Horizontal Type Tool in the list
  • On the options bar, click the Set the font family box arrow
  • Scroll up in the list and then click Century Schoolbook or a similar serif font such as Times New Roman
  • Click the Set the font style box arrow and then click Bold Italic in the list

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Entering Text
  • Click the Set the font size box arrow, and then click 30 pt in the list
  • Click the Set the anti-aliasing method box arrow and then click Smooth in the list
  • Click the Center text button
  • Click the Set the text color button
  • When Photoshop displays the Color Picker dialog box, select a bright red color

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Entering Text
  • Click the OK button
  • In the image, drag a box starting at the upper-left margin. Drag down and to the right to fill the space above the images
  • Type Play and learn at the Little Red Schoolhouse! in the bounding box
  • Drag to highlight the word “and” in the sentence

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Entering Text
  • On the options bar, click the Toggle the Character and Paragraph palettes button
  • If necessary, click the Character tab when the palettes display
  • Click the Underline button
  • On the options bar, click the Toggle th Character and Paragraph palettes button again, to collapse the palette
  • Click the Commit any current edits button on the options bar

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Entering Text

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saving the postcard with layers
Saving the Postcard with Layers
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save As
  • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type Postcard With Layers in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key
  • If necessary, click the Format box arrow and then click Photoshop (*.PSD;*PDD) in the list
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK (F:), or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list
  • Click the Save button. When Photoshop displays the Photoshop Format Options dialog box, click the OK button

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flattening the postcard and saving it in the eps format
Flattening the Postcard and Saving It in the EPS Format
  • Click Layer on the menu bar and then click Flatten Image
  • With your USB flash drive connected to one of the computer’s USB ports, click File on the menu bar and then Save As
  • When the Save As dialog box is displayed, type Postcard For Print in the File name text box. Do not press the ENTER key

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Flattening the Postcard and Saving It in the EPS Format
  • Click the Format box arrow and then click Photoshop EPS (*.EPS) in the list
  • Click the Save in box arrow and then click USBDISK (F:), or the location associated with your USB flash drive, in the list
  • Click the Save button. When Photoshop displays the EPS Options dialog box, click the OK button

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Closing the Document Window and Quitting Photoshop
  • Click the Close button on the Postcard For Print document window title bar
  • Click the Close button on the right side of the Photoshop title bar

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summary
Summary
  • Discuss technical tips for digital cameras and scanners
  • Repair documents with aging damage
  • Make level corrections for contrast
  • Sharpen images with the Unsharp Mask
  • Correct small blemishes using the Spot Healing Brush tool

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Summary
  • Correct tears and scratches using the Healing Brush tool
  • Retouch images using the Patch tool
  • Use the Dodge and Burn tools
  • Correct red eye
  • Correct angle and perspective distortions

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Summary
  • Change the opacity to fade a layer
  • Open a recently used file
  • Use text elements
  • Save a file in the EPS format

Chapter 5: Enhancing and Repairing Photos

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Chapter 5 Complete

Enhancing and Repairing Photos