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ASSIGNMENT IN PHOTOSHOP

TOOLS:
1. Lasso tool.
Lasso tool is used for freeform selection. This tool is rarely used to make selection
because the outcome will not be neat, especially when using a mouse. To get good
results requires care and patience
Select lasso tool from the toolbar.

Before use of lasso tool

Process and after use of lasso tool

2. Polygonal lasso tool.


Polygonal lasso tool is useful for drawing straight-edged segments of a selection
border as it gives a geometrical shape. Even using a mouse, the outcome will be
neater than the standard lasso tool.
Select polygonal lasso tool from the toolbar.

Before using polygonal lasso tool

Process and after using polygonal lasso tool

3. Magnetic lasso tool


The magnetic lasso tool is also used to make selections. However, the border snaps
itself to the edges of defined areas in the image making the outcome smooth and
neat.
Select the magnetic lasso tool from the toolbar

Before using magnetic lasso tool.

Process and after using magnetic lasso tool.

4. Crop tool.
Crop tool is used to remove portions of an image to create focus or strengthen the
composition. It can also be used to remove unwanted edges in an image.
Select the crop tool from the toolbar.

Before using the crop tool.

Process and after using the crop tool.

5. Healing Brush tool.


The Healing Brush tool lets you correct imperfections, causing them to disappear
into the surrounding image. Like the cloning tools, you use the Healing Brush tool to
paint with sampled pixels from an image or pattern. However, the Healing Brush
tool also matches the texture, lighting, transparency, and shading of the sampled
pixels to the pixels being healed. As a result, the repaired pixels blend seamlessly
into the rest of the image.
Select the healing brush tool from the toolbar.

Before using the healing brush tool.

Process and after the use of healing brush tool.

6. Patch Tool
The Patch tool lets you repair a selected area with pixels from another area or a
pattern. Like the Healing Brush tool, the Patch tool matches the texture, lighting,
and shading of the sampled pixels to the source pixels. You can also use the Patch
tool to clone isolated areas of an image. The Patch tool works with 8-bits or 16-bitsper-channel images.
Select the Patch Tool from the toolbar.

Original image before using the Patch Tool.

Process and after using the Patch Tool.

7. Red Eye Tool


The Red Eye tool removes red eye in flash photos of people or animals. A reflection
of the camera flash in the subjects retina causes red eye. Youll see it more often
when taking pictures in a darkened room because the subjects iris is wide open.
Select the red eye tool from the toolbar.

The image before and after red eye correction.

8. Clone Stamp Tool


The Clone Stamp tool paints one part of an image over another part of the same
image or over another part of any open document that has the same colour mode.
You can also paint part of one layer over another layer. The Clone Stamp tool is
useful for duplicating objects or removing a defect in an image.
Select the clone stamp tool from the toolbar.

Original image before using clone stamp tool

Process and after using the clone stamp tool.

9. Background eraser tool.


The background eraser used to remove any unwanted backgrounds in a photo or
completely remove the background. After removing the background a new
background can be inserted to make the picture more interesting.
Select the background eraser tool from the toolbar.

Before using the background eraser tool.

Process and after using the background eraser tool

Choose a new background image to be used and use selection tool to insert the new background.

10. Magic Eraser Tool


When you click a layer with the Magic Eraser Tool, the tool changes all similar pixels
to transparent. You can choose to erase contiguous pixels or all similar pixels change
to transparent.
Select the Magic Eraser tool from the toolbar.

The original image before using magic eraser tool.

Process and after using Magic eraser tool.

11. Blur tool


This tool is used to blur any objects in an image. The blur tool is usually used to blur
backgrounds, creating a DSLR like photo or reduce the sharpness of the image if it is
too sharp.
Select the blur tool from the toolbar and set the mode and blur strength at the top toolbar.

Before the use of blur tool

After the use of blur tool

12. Dodge tool


This tool is used to adjust the exposure levels of a part in a picture. Parts of a picture
that are under exposed (dark) can be brightened up using the dodge tool.
Select the dodge tool form the toolbar

Before and after using the dodge tool.

13. Burn tool


Opposite of the dodge tool, the burn tool is also used to adjust exposure levels of a
part in a picture. Over exposed parts in a photo (Too Bright) can be darkened using
the burn tool.
Select the burn tool from the toolbar.

Before (Over Exposed) and after the use of burn tool.

14. Sponge tool.


The sponge tool is used for desaturation/saturation of colours in a photo. If the
colour is too vibrant, you can reduce the saturation and if it is too dull you can
increase the saturation using the sponge tool.
Select the sponge tool from the toolbar and adjust the mode and flow.

Before and after using the sponge tool. (Saturate Mode)

Before and after using the sponge tool. (Desaturation Mode)

15. Pen Tool


Photoshop provides multiple Pen tools. The standard Pen tool draws with the
greatest precision. You can use the pen tools in conjunction with the shape tools to
create complex shapes or trace an image outline
Select the standard pen tool from the toolbar.

Choose an image to trace and create a blank layer behind the image.

Process and after using the pen tool to trace outlines.