Photoshop For Fashion Designing Course Syllabus
1)The Welcome Screen
1) Rectangle Marquee Tool
2) Ellipitical Marquee Tool
~ The marquee tools make rectangular, elliptical, single row, and single column selections.
3) Edit Lasso Tool
~ The lasso tools make freehand, polygonal (straight-edged), and magnetic (snap-to) selections.
4) Polygon Tool
~ The Polygonal Lasso tool is useful for drawing straight-edged segments of a selection border.
5) Crop Tool
~ The Crop tool trims images.
6)Deselect the Selection
7)Magic wand Tool
~ The Magic Wand tool selects similarly colored areas.
8) Move selection
~ You can move a selection border around an image
9) Copy Using Move Tool
~ You can use the Move tool to copy selections as you drag them within or between images
10) Perfect Rectangle & circle
1) Free Transform
~ Horizontal scale and vertical scale specify the proportion between the height and width of the type.
~ The Rotate commands let you rotate or flip an entire image
~ The Distort filters geometrically distort an image, creating 3D or other reshaping effects.
10)Rotate 90° cw
11)Rotate 180° ccw
1) Color Range
2) Drawing and Painting Tools
3) Brush Tool
~ The Brush tool paints brush strokes.
~ The Pencil tool paints hard-edged strokes.
~ The Paint Bucket tool fills similarly colored areas with the foreground color.
8) Gradient Tool
~ The Gradient tool creates a gradual blend between multiple colors. You can choose from preset gradient fills or create your own.
9) Smudge Tool
~ The tool picks up color where the stroke begins and pushes it in the direction you drag.
10) Define Brush
12)Create a new Layer
Layers allow you to work on one element of an image without disturbing the others. Think of layers as sheets of acetate stacked one on top of the other.
1) Rename a Layer
~ As you add layers to an image, it’s helpful to give them names that reflect their content. Descriptive names make layers easy to identify in the palette.
2) Position the Layers
3) Layer Opacity
~ A layer’s opacity determines to what degree it obscures or reveals the layer beneath it. A layer with 1% opacity appears nearly transparent, whereas one with 100% opacity appears completely opaque.
7)Merge visible layers
~ Merge - When you have finalized the content of layers, you can merge them to create partial versions of your composite image
~ Flattening reduces file size by merging all visible layers into the background and discarding hidden layers.
9)Edit Gradient colors
~ The Swatches palette stores colors that you need to use often.
Image and Text Editing.
1) Image Size
2) Different Modes for filling colors
~Opacity of color
~Rasterize the shapes
~Vertical Type Tool
~Type Mask Tool
~Adjustments - Brightness/contrast
~ An adjustment layer applies color and tonal adjustments to your image without permanently changing pixel values
Channel Palette and Mask Mode options
~ The Channels palette lets you create and manage channels. The palette lists all channels in the image—composite channel first (for RGB, CMYK, and Lab images).
2)Quick Mask Mode
~ Quick Mask mode Lets you edit any selection as a mask.
4)Load a channel as a selection
~ Auto levels
~ Artistic - Colored Pencil
2)Add Revelal Selection
5)Adjustment - Hue/Saturation
Drawing & Editing Paths
The Pen tool creates straight lines and smooth flowing curves.
3)Convert to curve
4)Filter - Neon Glow
~ Neon Glow Adds various types of glows to the objects in an image. This filter is useful for colorizing an image while softening its look.
~ The Clone Stamp tool takes a sample of an image, which you can then apply over another image or part of the same image.
6)Adjustment - Replace color
~ The Replace Color command lets you create a mask to select specific colors in an image and then replace those colors.