ADOBE IMAGEREADY TUTORIAL PDF

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You know at least the basics of Adobe Photoshop and its Layers palette. OK, you' re me where in this PDF your question arises and then ask away. I should be. To see more Adobe® Photoshop® and Adobe ImageReady® tips visit the Photoshop . Tutorial. Smoke. John Paul Caponigro Adapted from Adobe Photoshop. The application started out as a freebie to Adobe Photoshop, but want/need to learn ImageReady, here's a Guide to version 1 (PDF). If you Google “adobe help imageready” you can find quite a few manuals and tutorials.

If you need to have different optimization settings, you can change them in the Optimize palette.

Nay, you have to do all these ahead of time. But at least saving the animation is just a one-step process. You can preview an animation in ImageReady, as you just did, but you can also view it in your browser.

Change your file type to All files, and find your file. Hit Open and you should be able to see your animation! You'll get the standard Save for Web dialog box. You may have noticed some animation stuff in there. Here's how to get it to work:. Have a look around. First off, you'll need to change your filetype to GIF.

You can't animate JPG's. Then check the Animate box. See red arrows above. This will make the Animation box in the lower right corner become active. Check the Loop box if you want it to keep playing over and over. Use the arrow keys to preview your frames. They will be the layers you set up in your layers palette, working from bottom to top! Then you can preview your animation by pushing the button for your browser right beside the Animation panel in the same dialog box.

More on saving for the web and transparent gifs. Ask tutorial questions in the myJanee. As you progress through your frames, you can adjust the timing for each. After previewing, you may want to tweak further, adjusting timing. Check your filesize below the optimized view. Reduce your color count if necessary to get the filesize you want. Let's go! Begin by making the base image on a separate layer from the background. Make several copies.

Create all the different frames Label each layer as you go along. This next part is where Elements users have a different, much more straight-forward procedure. Photoshop Users.. Now we are going to Jump to ImageReady. Click the Jump to ImageReady bar at the bottom of your Toolbox. This opens ImageReady! Making the animation background transparent. Show only the layer for the first frame. Making the rest of the frames.

Head on down to Step Make the second frame. Show the layer for the second frame. Making all the frames Now you sort of get into a rhythm -- new frame.. Keeping filesize small. It's better to just have the beginning frame paused a bit longer. I'll fix that in a minute. Time to set up the timing! If your animation is to be continuous, hit the dropdown where it says Once and change it to "Forever. If you know that you want your animation to go slowly, or to pause on certain frames, you can set the time for each frame to show in the dropdown for that frame.

By default it is 0 seconds. Try out and Tweak Hit the Play button. The image at the right came from the settings in the animation palette just below. Optimizing the animation. Changing Optimization Settings. Saving the Animation. The tool will make fastening points at the edges. To finish selecting, drag the border to the starting point and click precisely in the point. Magic Selects all objects in a document with the same or similar fill Wand color, stroke weight, stroke color, opacity, or blending mode.

By specifying the color range, or tolerance, you can control what the Magic Wand tool selects. Click the tool button, then click on the area of the image you wish to select. Crop Tool Selects and cuts parts of an image.

Click the tool button, then click and drag the tool over the part of the image that you want to keep. Resize the selected area dragging the squares at the sides and corners. Brush Select the tool, hold down the ALT key and left-click on the base color you need to heal. Then left-click over the blemish.

Brush Tool Draws lines of different thicknesses and colors. Select the tool.

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Then click on the selected area, drag to draw lines. Clone Stamp Takes a sample of an image and applies over another image, or a part of the same image. Hold down the ALT key and left-click on a certain point of the document where you want to start your copy point.

Then, put your mouse over whatever part of the new document you want the picture to go to.

Hold down the left mouse button and drag the mouse across the page to copy the picture. Art History Paints over an image using the source data from a Brush specified history state or snapshot. Erase Tool Removes part of an existing path or stroke. You can use the Erase tool on paths, but not on text. Select the tool, click on the part of the image you wish to erase. Drag to erase pixels. Paint Bucket Fills and entire area with a specific color of your choice.

Tool Select the tool.

Choose a foreground color in the Color Box. Select an area you wish to apply the color to. Click the tool button, then click on the selected area. Gradient Tool Applies a gradient fill to a selected part of the image or to an entire layer.

Select an area you wish to apply gradient to, click the tool button, choose a fill in the Options bar, click on the starting point, hold the mouse down and drag to the end point. Select an area where you wish to apply the tool.

Click the tool button, choose the Brush, Mode, and Strength. Drag the brush along the edges. Dodge Tool Lightens areas in an image. Select the area where you wish to apply the tool. Choose the Brush, Range, and Exposure. Click on the spots you wish to highlight.

Selection Tool Select the tool, click anywhere on the path. Type Tool Types text on a page. Every time you click the Type Tool on a new portion of the page a new layer will be created. Select the tool, click on the page and begin to type. You can specify the font and size in the Options bar. You can also resize and transform the text box by dragging the squares at the sides and corners. Use the Move Tool to move the text on the page. Pen Tool Draws smooth-edged paths.

Select the tool, click on the page, drag to draw a path. Click and drag the anchor points to modify the path. Rectangle Draws a rectangle shape. Select the tool, click and drag on the page to draw a shape. The shape will be automatically filled with the current foreground color. Usually used for electronic text edits. Select the tool, click on the spot on the page where you wish to make a comment. Type in the text box.

Eyedropper Takes color samples from colors on the page and displays Tool them in the Color Boxes. Select the tool, click on the color in the image you wish to sample.

The Color Box will display this color. Hand Tool Allows you to move around within the image. Select the tool, click on the spot on the page, hold the mouse button down, drag to move in the area. Magnifying Magnifies or reduces the display of any area in your image Glass Tool window.

Select the tool, choose Zoom In or Zoom Out in the Options bar, click on the area of the image you wish to magnify or reduce. The background color appears in the lower box and represents an inactive color. To change the foreground color, click the upper color selection box in the toolbox. To change the background color, click the lower color selection box in the toolbox. To reverse the foreground and background colors, click the Switch Colors icon the arrow in the toolbox.

To restore the default foreground and background colors, click the Default Colors icon the little black and white boxes in the toolbox. NOTE: If you are using the Gradient Tool, the currently selected foreground and background colors will be the default colors of the gradient. Cropping helps to bring out the most important features in your image and focus the viewers' attention on these features. Cropping also allows you to make your image a standard photo size.

There are several ways to crop images in Adobe Photoshop: 1. Cropping with the Crop Tool 2.

Cropping to a specific size 3. To crop with the Crop Tool, follow these steps: 1. Open the image you wish to crop see Getting Started for detailed instructions. Click on your image once and drag the mouse out to make a cropping border Fig.

Cropping border Adobe Photoshop CS3 21 4. Resize the border by dragging the squares at the sides and corners till you are satisfied with the way your image looks. NOTE: You can also rotate your cropping border. Move the cursor outside the border, you will see how it turns into a double-headed arrow Fig. Drag the arrows in the directions you wish to rotate your selection. Rotating the cropping border 5. To crop an image to a specific size, do the following: 1.

Open the image you wish to crop. Select the Crop Tool from the Toolbox. In the Options bar, specify the values for Width and Height Fig.

Crop Tool Options bar 4. Click in your image and drag the cropping border. Notice that the border is constrained - you cannot make it wider or longer than the specified values Figure 4.

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For example, if you entered 8 for Width and 10 for Height, whatever size you make the border, the area within it will fit on an 8x10 photo. Adobe Photoshop CS3 22 Fig.

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Cropping to a specific size 5. To crop with the Marquee Tool, follow the steps below: 1. Click in your image and drag the mouse to draw a marquee around the area you wish to crop Figure 5. Drawing a marquee Adobe Photoshop CS3 23 4.

The image will be immediately cropped. In the New dialog box, click on the Preset dropdown menu. You will see several preset sizes, such as 2x3, 4x6, 5x7, 8x10 with the preset resolution of ppi Fig. Preset size in the New dialog box 3. Choose the size that you wish and click OK. NOTE: All the preset sizes are in portrait orientation.

If you wish to resize an image with the landscape orientation, you need to create your own preset. To create your own size, do the following: 1.

Type in the values for Width and Height, for example 7x5. Type in your desired resolution ppi is enough for high quality printing, and 72 ppi is good for the web images. When printed, the photos with the changed size will look pixilated. To resize the digital photos without loosing the quality, follow these steps: 1.

Open the digital photo you wish to resize. You will be able to see the dimension of your photo Fig. Dimensions of a digital photo - Type in your desired resolution anything between and ppi. The photo is now 6. Adobe Photoshop CS3 26 Fig. Changing resolution. However, just increasing the dimensions will make the image appear blurry and pixilated. To enlarge the image without loosing the quality, follow these steps: 1. Open the digital image you wish to enlarge. Increasing the size by 10 percent 4.

Change the Document Size measurements to Percent. Type in ; this will increase the size of the image by 10 percent Fig. Adobe Photoshop CS3 27 5. Continue enlarging by 10 percent till you are satisfied with the size. In Photoshop, you can correct these problems, as well as adjust the overall color of your digital photo.

To remove the "red eye", follow the steps below: 1. Open a photo you wish to correct. Select the Zoom Tool from the Toolbox. Click and drag to draw a rectangle around the eye Fig. Red eye zoomed in 3. Make sure your default Foreground and Background colors are black and white Fig. Foreground and Background colors set to black and white 4.

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Adobe Photoshop CS3 29 5. Click on the red and paint, holding down the mouse button.

You will see how the red will disappear Fig. Red eye corrected 6. Repeat the steps for the other eye. To correct this problem, follow the steps below: 1. Open the photo you wish to correct. Select the Clone Stamp Tool from the Toolbox.Change the Document Size measurements to Percent. Use Outlines for Text saves text as paths. Initial image Figure 12 b. Change your file type to All files, and find your file.

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