In this video we will learn How to use Adobe Photoshop .
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Photoshop is a Graphics Designing software which is used to make designs
on resolution base. It is used to create monograms, logos and photo editing.
It is highly used by Graphics designers all over the world. There are two types
of Graphics, one is raster graphics and another is victor graphics. ON raster
graphics we work with resolution and picture quality. But on victor graphics we
work with Line Art, in line art you do not need to care of resolution, because
you make shapes with line too.
in this Urdu Hindi Tutorial we will learn about file menu in photoshop.
The Photoshop menu bar works like the menu bar in any other standard application.
Thus, for example, the “Save” and “Save As” operations will be found in the “File”
menu item and “Copy” and “Paste” will be found in “Edit”. No surprises here.
Similarly, the Photoshop menu follows the standard keyboard shortcuts that you
expect to see. Thus, the ALT-F combination will access the “File” menu and the
ALT-F SHIFT-N combination will access the “New” menu choice from the “File” menu item.
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Adobe Photoshop is a raster graphics editor developed and published by Adobe Systems
for macOS and Windows.
Photoshop was created in 1988 by Thomas and John Knoll. Since then,
it has become the de facto industry standard in raster graphics editing,
such that the word “photoshop” has become a verb as in “to Photoshop an image,
” “photoshopping” and “photoshop contest”, though Adobe discourages such use.
It can edit and compose raster images in multiple layers and supports masks,
alpha compositing and several color models including RGB, CMYK, CIELAB,
spot color and duotone. Photoshop has vast support for graphic file formats but also
uses its own PSD and PSB file formats which support all the aforementioned features.
In addition to raster graphics, it has limited abilities to edit or render text,
vector graphics (especially through clipping path), 3D graphics and video.
Photoshop’s feature set can be expanded by Photoshop plug-ins, programs developed
and distributed independently of Photoshop that can run inside it and offer new or
Photoshop’s naming scheme was initially based on version numbers. However, in October
2002, following the introduction of Creative Suite branding, each new version of
Photoshop was designated with “CS” plus a number; e.g., the eighth major version of
Photoshop was Photoshop CS and the ninth major version was Photoshop CS2. Photoshop CS3
through CS6 were also distributed in two different editions: Standard and Extended.
In June 2013, with the introduction of Creative Cloud branding, Photoshop’s
licensing scheme was changed to that of software as a service rental model and the “CS”
suffixes were replaced with “CC”. Historically, Photoshop was bundled with additional
software such as Adobe ImageReady, Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Bridge, Adobe Device Central
and Adobe Camera RAW.
Photoshop files have default file extension as .PSD,
which stands for “Photoshop Document.” A PSD file stores an
image with support for most imaging options available in Photoshop.
These include layers with masks, transparency, text, alpha channels and spot
colors, clipping paths, and duotone settings. This is in contrast to many other
file formats (e.g., .JPG or .GIF) that restrict content to provide streamlined,
predictable functionality. A PSD file has a maximum height and width of 30,000 pixels,
and a length limit of 2 Gigabytes.
Photoshop files sometimes have the file extension .PSB,
which stands for “Photoshop Big” (also known as “large document format”).
A PSB file extends the PSD file format, increasing the maximum height and width to
300,000 pixels and the length limit to around 4 Exabytes. The dimension limit was
apparently chosen arbitrarily by Adobe, not based on computer arithmetic
constraints (it is not close to a power of two, as is 30,000) but for ease of
software testing. PSD and PSB formats are documented.
Photoshop functionality can be extended by add-on programs called Photoshop
plugins (or plug-ins). Adobe creates some plugins, such as Adobe Camera Raw,
but third-party companies develop most plugins, according to Adobe’s specifications.
Some are free and some are commercial software. Most plugins work with only Photoshop
or Photoshop-compatible hosts, but a few can also be run as standalone applications.