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1. What is Photoshop?

Photoshop is one of the top two or three graphic design programs available today for PC and Mac. It is widely used in business to create and edit photographs, modify graphics, create artwork, and develop animations. It has become a standard image-editing application for graphic artists, web designers, and other media professionals.

Photoshop was originally a part of Adobe’s GIMP (Graphic Information Manager for Photographers) but the company soon released it as a stand-alone program. Photoshop was first released in 1993 as a bundled package of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe Photoshop Elements, Adobe Photoshop Studio, and Adobe Photoshop Architecture.

Today Photoshop Elements is a standalone program, but Elements is simply a part of the Adobe Creative Suite. The other parts of the suite include Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Flash Professional, Adobe InDesign, and others.

Adobe Photoshop is available as a $50 Adobe Creative Suite program or $200 as a full-blown version of Photoshop that includes Lightroom and Photoshop Elements.

Adobe Photoshop is designed to enable users to manipulate images. Users can create artwork, burn photographs, crop images, change the color of artwork, add text, draw lines and shapes, and more. Most of the tools are in the “main” drop-down menu that is found at the bottom of the screen. These include the Photoshop toolbox as well as the four main “tools” on the right side. The tools include:













Linear Dodge


New Layer



Red Eye






Split Toning




Vectorize Path

Vectorize Stroke

Vectorize Pen

When users select an object on the screen they can move that object around and resize it or rotate it. They can also use the tools found on the right side of the screen. These include:






2. How to Use Photoshop?

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Photoshop is a powerful image editor, but it’s also quite complicated. Learning how to edit digital photos, shapes, designs, and other files can seem like a daunting task. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of amazing resources on Adobe Photoshop for beginners.

This list is not meant to be exhaustive. Rather, it’s a collection of interesting examples and tutorials for Photoshop, with a focus on usability, graphic design, illustration and web design.

If you have an interesting resource or tutorial we should add to the list please share it in the comments!

There’s no doubt that Photoshop is a popular and well-liked graphics editor. Being able to manipulate images as you see fit is something that many professional graphic designers and web designers find valuable.

Understanding how Photoshop works inside out, along with getting a sense of what different tools do, can help you become a better graphic designer or web designer. You can use Photoshop to create anything from books and magazines to banners, illustrations, web designs, and calendars.

Learn web design

1. The Web Designer’s Blog. Subscribe to their newsletter for more tutorials and inspiration

2. Vector Egg. The creators of this free Photoshop plugin share some of their work online

3. A List Apart. An oldie, but a goodie. Sign up for their daily newsletter for more interesting content

4. Learn Blender. Sign up for their online courses. If you’re already familiar with Blender, you’ll find useful tutorials for 3D modeling

Learn graphic design

5. CSS-Tricks. It’s a valuable resource for learning basic web design and graphic design

6. Digital Chameleon. If you’re interested in learning more about graphic design, this is a good resource

7. Talented Pixel. One of the best places to get simple tutorials and practical ideas for web design

8. Purple Studio. A fantastic resource for web designers and graphic designers. Their blog and ebooks are a good place to start

9. Web Design Cuts. Learn more about web design by watching professional designers working on real projects

10. Wanderlust Home Design. The creators of Wanderlust Home Design show you how to design a beautiful home

Create memes and other illustrations

11. A useful site for creating shareable images.

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With the world record for a wide-open (take the record book off the shelf and set it to widest) free throw at 50 points, I’m afraid the 2013 NCAA tournament is in the books. On a great day, like when everyone from DePaul to Valparaiso and Minnesota to Arizona was in the running for a national title.

My picks:

April 17, 2013: Doug McDermott’s buzzer-beater win over Purdue, and Casey Prather’s improbable 38-point performance against Iowa State.


March 18, 2013: Traevon Jackson’s Duke comeback against the Deacons, and Dakari Johnson’s dominant game against North Carolina.

Notre Dame

March 21, 2013: Caleb Swanigan’s tournament-best performance, and James Young’s most important performance of the season.

Michigan State

March 23, 2013: Vince Carter’s 26-point, 9-assist, 5-rebound performance against Purdue.


March 24, 2013: I never get tired of watching him play or of seeing him finish with 35 points and 20 rebounds in the Crimson’s win over Providence.

Michigan State

March 27, 2013: Aaron Craft’s performance in a defining final minute against Connecticut, and Luke Kornet’s comeback after a knee injury sustained during Michigan State’s Big Ten tournament semifinals.


March 28, 2013: Marcus Foster’s performance in a second-half comeback against Iowa State.

Notre Dame

March 28, 2013: Kadeem Allen’s 20-point performance in a double-overtime win over Iowa State that snapped the Cyclones’ 22-game winning streak.

North Carolina State

March 31, 2013: Tyrus Thomas’ rebound against Pittsburgh.


March 31, 2013: Over 5,200 points, 1040 rebounds and 2,084 assists in 57 games.

Last year: Ben McLemore scored the final two points of Michigan’s Elite Eight run.


The next time you watch a Purdue team riddled with injuries, and see one of them sitting in the post on a baseline curl, look. It’s Zach Olen.

It’s not that

What’s New in the Photoshop CS4?

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*Radeon HD 2400, or NVidia GeForce 9800 GTX
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