Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Moving and aligning objects, part of Learning Photoshop CS6.
Another one of the most common Photoshop task is actually just moving objects around. …It sounds simple, right? But there's actually a lot of cool secret …tricks here that I wanted to show you. So, what we're going to do is take this …night scene, and we're going to make some trees and arrange them, and kind of play …with them a little bit. The making of the tree is kind of …tendential to the actual project. So, if making the tree is too much for …you, I've actually included a Tree layer here, that is invisible, that you can use instead. …But for the adventurous, we're going to make a tree from scratch.…
So, we're going to scroll down in the tools panel. …Actually not scroll down really, just kind of look. …And you'll find the Rectangle tool, it looks like that. …And hold your mouse button down on it, and grouped with the Rectangle tool is …the Custom Shape tool. This allows you to create all kinds of …custom shapes. So then, we're going to go up to the top in …the Options bar, and we're going to click this little drop down arrow. …
- Getting images into Photoshop
- Creating and navigating documents
- Working with layers
- Cropping and straightening images
- Color correction
- Making selections
- Fixing image problems
- Working with effects
- Creating and editing text
- Exporting and printing
Skill Level Beginner
Photoshop CS6 Essential Trainingwith Julieanne Kost10h 30m Beginner
1. Getting Started with Photoshop
2. Getting Images into Photoshop
3. Photoshop Basics
4. Image Basics
5. Color Correction
6. Making Selections
7. Fixing Image Problems
8. Working with Effects
9. Working with Text
10. Making Art
11. Exporting and Printing
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