Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Arranging images, part of Photoshop CS6 for Photographers Quick Start.
At times, you may find that you need to work with multiple images in Photoshop. …There are a variety of reasons for that. Perhaps you just want to be able to …switch back and forth between two images. Or perhaps you're going to create a …composite that consists of multiple images in a single final image. …To help you make the most of those situations, it can be helpful to …understand how to arrange documents in Photoshop. …I'll start off by choosing File > Open From the menu, to bring up the File, Open …dialog, so that I can choose one or more images that I'd like to open. …In this case, I'd like to open two images.…
I'll click on the first image that want to open, then I'll hold the Ctrl key on …Windows, or the Cmd key on Macintosh. And click on the other image that I would …like to open. Once I've selected the images I want to …open, I can click the Open button, and both of those photos will be opened. …Of course, at the moment, you only see one image, and if you look up below the …options bar, you'll see that each image has it's own tab. …
- A guided tour of Photoshop
- Setting up your environment
- Color modes, bit depth, and image resolution
- The Histogram
- File formats
- Basic adjustments
- Output workflow
Skill Level Beginner
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1. A Guided Tour
2. Setting Up Your Environment
3. Some Fundamentals
4. Basic Adjustments
5. Wrapping Up the Workflow
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