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The four major image-editing processes

The four major picture-editing processes are

1. **Color correction:** Take an image or sequence of images and change the colors to correct for errors like white balance, hue or saturation, color values, and lightness or darkness. You can even remove a subject if you can find one. See the next section, “Image repair.”

2. **Image repair:** This process is also known as retouching. It’s the making of corrections to a digital image to correct for errors like glare, color shift, and skin blemishes.

3. **Artistic transformation:** This can include changing the apparent size or orientation of a photo or video sequence, or applying an effect such as a blur, drop shadow, glint, glows, or text effects.

4. **Image projection:** This is like a quick-and-dirty method for grouping together two images so that both can be used in a single image. For example, a picture of a child and the family dog or a swimming pool and a beach at sunset can be combined in one composite image.

Although they may sound interchangeable, color correction and image repair are distinct functions. Although it is possible to correct the colors and use the same tools to repair skin blemishes, changing colors and other effects often requires a completely different process than that required to repair skin blemishes.

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This guide is intended to answer all of your questions about Photoshop Elements and show you some of its most useful features. If you’re looking for more information about Photoshop, a more in-depth tutorial, or if you’re a beginner, try my previous Photoshop Elements tutorial.

In this Photoshop Elements tutorial we’ll learn:

What Photoshop Elements is and how it differs from Photoshop.

How to load a picture and work on it.

How to use drawing tools and marquee tools.

How to use the layer panel, masks, paths and the eraser tool.

How to add and remove items and layers.

How to modify images with filters, adjustments and the photo editor.

How to use the move tool and the lasso tool to select and move objects.

How to create new layers.

How to use the basic and advanced drawing tools to draw shapes.

How to adjust layers and flip, rotate, resize and crop images.

How to use the free transform tool to change the size and position of images and objects.

How to add text and use the new text features.

How to fix common Photoshop problems with layer masks, selections, paths, and compound paths.

How to use Photoshop Elements for editing gifs, video and 3D images.

How to use Photoshop Elements to create stickers, emojis and memes.

How to use Photoshop Elements to create custom emojis.

Alright, let’s get started.

What Is Photoshop Elements?

Download the free trial of Photoshop Elements and you’ll see a list of applications. Click on Photoshop Elements, and you’ll see a list of tools. The focus of this tutorial is on editing images, but the rest of the tools listed on that list are optional.

Here’s the version numbers of Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, which you can find on the download page:


CC 2014 onwards: CS5

CC 2008 onwards: CS4

CS3 onwards: CS2

Photoshop Elements:

9.0 onwards: EE 2017

8.0 onwards: CS6

7.0 onwards: CS5

CS4 onwards: CS3

IMPORTANT NOTE: There are two versions of Photoshop Elements available: Photoshop Elements 9 and Photoshop Elements EE.

Each version is a different number. Photoshop Elements 9 is the free version that contains

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Adding an image to a PDF as a background

Is there a simple way to add an image (w/o filling every pixe) as a background of a PDF? Let’s say I have a image in my computer, and I’d like to put it in my PDF as a background.
I know I can use PDFTeX (apparently the way to do it), but I don’t want to use the compiled PDF (I want to save the file as an image so I can add it to another document I’m working on). I tried modifying “maketemplate.tex” as described here, but I got the following error:
#1416: No such file or directory
! LaTeX Error: File `maketemplate.tex’ not found.


You can use the pdflatex command to create the PDF from your document file. If you are working from Windows, then the pdflatex file will be in C:\Windows\system32\pdflatex.exe.
On the Mac, you will need the locate command to find the appropriate path:
locate pdflatex

locate pdflatex

on the Windows command prompt.


Take the place of

argument -o file.pdf


argument -c ‘\def\srcfilename{file.png}%

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In the first one of this series, we examined how immediate domination is the epitome of Zulu power structure.

Now that we’ve established the etiquette of immediate dominance, it’s time to discuss the format of this series.

While each of us has a worldview, each of us has access to limited knowledge of the other’s. This series will provide that access. It’s not a book report; each section will dig deeper into a different part of the African order.

Whether those parts happen to be culture, linguistics, or politics is mostly up to you. We’ll start simple and work our way up to a more complex approach, but that approach will be equal in value for all.

If you’d like to contribute to the series as it’s written, please use the comments.

To summarize the Afrikaaner view of the Zulu:

1. The presence of Black people in what was, in my opinion, predominantly White European land was not needed.

2. The acts and mass killings of Black people on White lands in the 1600s and 1700s were not justified.

3. The idea of Black people being allowed to develop their own independent state is backward thinking, and serves nothing but the benefit of the Zulu nation.

4. The notion that Black people deserve to be put in the same space, same class, same academic setting, or same “power” as Whites is ridiculous, and is a result of centuries of brainwashing of both White and Black people.

Now let’s move on to the more commonly known portion of the Afrikaaner worldview, their cultural perspective.Q:

Creating an animation using images

I’m trying to create an animation using images, I have the following code:
$(‘#showToast’).click(function () {

What I want it to do is to fadeIn the toast then fadeOut the toast then do it again and so on. The problem is that it only shows the toast once and then stops the loop.
Please help!


You can use setTimeout and call the same function again to repeat the animation, but the animation will keep on repeating after 3 toasts, then 6 toasts, and

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OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7
Processor: Intel Pentium III 1.4 GHz or better
Memory: 256 MB RAM (XP) or 1 GB RAM (Vista) or better
Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible graphics hardware and software
DirectX: DirectX 9.0c
Hard Drive: Free hard drive space to install the game