Photoshop Tutorial: Use the Path

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Photoshop Tutorial: Use the Path#
Photoshop is basically working with bitmap images, but there is a chance to use vectors. The difference between bitmap and vector is that bitmap images are made with small dot (pixels). Zoom pixels can be seen in a bigger image. Because of which the quality of the photo is broken if the bigger the picture is bigger.
On the other hand vector images are created as mathematical. Whatever the reason for doing big things, always be perfect. Generally it is assumed for the Elastructure vector for Photoshop bitmaps. Photoshop can be used as a vector and bitmap hybrid.
Photoshop is called path. Paths can be made using other tools like Pen Draw Tool, and can also be made from normal selection. On the other hand, if you are skilled in using the Pen Tool, you can make perfect path selection by creating the path.
Creating Path From Selection
. Using Photoshop, select any part of the image.
. Open the paths panel.
. Hold Alt and click on Make Work Path. Use 0.5 or 1 pixel.
. Explore the selection by removing several Aankar points using the Pen tool.
. Right-click on the path panel and select Make selection to make the path re-select.
Once the path is made, it is possible to easily get the given size as the vector. This method is especially useful when selecting the image of low resolution (to exclude the background).
Build Path using the Pen Tool
. Create a new document.
. Select the Pen Tool.
. Create an anchor point by clicking on the document.
. Create another anchor point by clicking on another place. Points can be added with a straight line.
. Make another point in another place and drag it. Bacquered lines can be found instead of straight line. Two handlers can be found on the two sides, which can be used to control the amount of the knockout. This handling of handle handles large or small can be controlled.
. A circle can be seen when the mouse moves to the starting akker point. Click here to create a close-up.Aankar points are different. A secret point, which goes to the same point in the previous points, the curve point that goes to the opposite of the previous point.

Create new points, delete points, change points
There are a total of 5 tools in the pen tool. Like any other tool, you can use any one by holding down the mouse.
. Use the Add Anchor Point tool to create new points on the path.
. To delete a point, use the Delete Anchor Point Tool.
. Use the Convert Point Tool tool to change the property and curve points from one to the other.
Path Selection
There is a separate Selection Tool for selection and modification of path selection. Here are two tools. Use the full path to select. Use the selected Aankar Point to select.
Stroke path
After using Drawing path, you can use that path with the specific stroke.
. Right-click on the path panel and select Strike Path.
. Select brass or other tool for stroke.
Clipping path
The clipping path is to separate the part of the image to be used. This is usually required in the machinemaking software. If you import a picture in-designer, you can use text around a person's chaoscone photo. Using the clipping mask, it can be used to gently text the body.
. Create path for image.
. Double-click on the path panel and type a name.
. Click the Path Options button and select Clipping Path.

Export clipping paths for the intranet
The clipping path can not be found in the Elastre when the file is saved with the path. For that
. File - Export - Paths of Illustrator Commands
. File Locations and Namehttps

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