- We choose the pixels in part one to show us how we are able to move down to the closest zoom possible and still be able to select what we want, whether that be parts of an image or even the pixels themselves.
- Like I said above, this step helped us be able to identify which part of the image we can choose. We did the smallest pixels in the image and then we chose parts of the image itself.
- Step 12 made the image canvas whatever size we needed it to be. It doesn’t make sense to have an image be too small or too big for we are doing with it. By entering our height and width values, we are making the image that size for wherever we are placing/using it.
- The image could be used for a logo on a website, a club, or even a team that wanted to make themselves authentic by combining multiples layers and photos. This is a very popular way for a group to make a different image or photo just by using simple steps in Photoshop.
- Another way that you could generate images from scratch would be to draw something on pen and paper, scan it, and to import it to Photoshop. This step would be truly authentic to the person as it would be their own graphic, but of course would be a tougher step than just finding an image on the web.
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