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Assignment : Photoshop

Question
Give Description of the tools and Pic/Symbol of Tools

1. Rectangular Marque Tool

Make a rectangular selection. Hold the shift key down to constrain the
selection to a square.

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2. Elliptical Marque Tool

Make an elliptical selection. Hold the shift key down to constrain the
selection to a circle.

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3. Lasso Tool

This is a freehand selection tool. Click and hold your left mouse button on
the image and draw your selection.

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4. Polygonal Lasso Tool

Similar to the lasso tool, except that instead of holding your mouse button
down to draw, left-click on various points to create a selection with a series of
straight edges.

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5. Magnetic Lasso Tool

This is a very handy tool for selecting areas which have reasonably welldefined edges. Left-click at the starting point of your selection and simply move
the mouse along the edge.

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6. Magic Wand Tool

The Magic Wand tool allows you to select an area of an image based on its
colour. The tool is located near the top of the Photoshop Toolbox. When you click
an area in an image with the magic wand, all areas which are a similar colour are
selected. You can specify various options to determine the exact selection.

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7. Crop Tool

The Crop tool allows you to select an area of an image and discard
everything outside this area.

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8. Healing Brush Tool

The Healing Brush tool allows you to fix image imperfections such as
scratches, blemishes, etc. By sampling the surrounding area or using a
predefined pattern you can blend the imperfections into the rest of the image.

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9. Spot Healing Brush Tool

The spot healing brush is the default healing tool in Photoshop and can be
used to clone areas from an image and blend the pixels from the sampled area
seamlessly with the target area.

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10. Patch Tool

This is very similar to the Healing Brush tool except with the patch tool
you can define a selection where you want the effects applied.

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11. Red Eye Tool

The Red Eye Tool in Photoshop removes the red eye in the flash photos.

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12. Clone Stamp Tool

Photoshop's clone stamp tool allows you to duplicate part of an image. The
process involves setting a sampling point in the image which will be used as a
reference to create a new cloned area.

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13. Background Eraser Tool

The background eraser tool allows you to remove the background colour
from an image or layer. When you click the image, the eraser samples the colour
at the centre of the brush and erases this colour as you drag. Options in the
toolbar allow you to specify the type of erasure, colour tolerance and sampling
method.

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14. Magic Eraser Tool

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The magic eraser tool erases all colours within a set tolerance. This is
essentially the same as using the magic wand and hitting Delete. Using this tool
you don't need to drag just click once.

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15. Color Replacement Tool

The Color Replacement tool lets you replace a specific color in your image.

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16. Blur Tool

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The Blur tool allows you to soften hard edges and reduce detail in specific
areas of an image.

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17. Sharpen Tool

The Sharpen tool focuses soft edges in a photo to increase clarity or focus.

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18. Burn Tool

The Burn tool darken areas of the image.

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19. Sponge Tool

The Sponge tool is a retouching tool used to alter the saturation of a


portion of an image.

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20. Pen Tool

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The pen tool is one of the few tools available to you in Photoshop that
works with Vector Graphics as opposed to Raster Graphics.

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