Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Getting around in the Image window, part of Photoshop CS4 Getting Started.
In this exercise I am going to show you how to get around an image inside…Photoshop. I am working with a file called The face of surf.jpg found inside…the Exercise Files folder and when you first open an image Photoshop goes ahead…and zooms out from the image far enough so that you can see the entire…photograph at once on screen. But that's not going to give you a very good…sense of the detail that's available to you. So you are going to want to zoom…in on the image and pan around at various points as you edit it. How do you do that?…Well let's say you want to zoom in. You'd gone to the View menu and choose the…Zoom In command and that will take you one increment closer to the image. So…now we are viewing image at the 25% view size. If we chose the image again, I…would see it at the 33% view size and so on. If I want to zoom out from the…image, I go to the View menu and choose the Zoom out command, but I think you…can get a sense here, if you were relying exclusively commands, you would spend…
- Using Adobe Bridge to import and organize photos
- Covering up unwanted details
- Converting color photos to black and white
- Working with Camera Raw
- Adding and editing text
- Understanding various image file formats