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L component 89 Lab color mode 93, 262 Lab color model 89 Lab images 93 blending modes 296 channel display 267 labels, printing 474 laser printers 64 lasso tools 157, 159 Lasso Width option 160

layer clipping paths drawing 200 layer mask channel 316 Layer Mask Hides Effects option 300 layer masks adjustment layers as 312 applying 318 channels saved as 281 discarding 318 displaying 317 displaying channel 316 editing 170, 316 loading as selections 318 removing 318 thumbnails 170 Layer Set from Linked command 286 layer sets 286 layer style options bevel 305 color 305

drop shadow behavior 306

gloss 305

glows 306

gradient 306

opacity 306

pattern 306

shading 306

shadow or glow boundaries 305 stroke position 306 texture 307 layer styles contours 307 converting to layers 311 editing 310

hiding and showing 304 removing 310 rollover styles 402 scaling effects 310 type layers 346 Layer Via Cut command 286 layer-based slices creating 371

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layers about 284 adjustment 311 background 285 blending range 300 color coding 292 copying between images 288 creating image maps from 384 creating slices from 370 fill 311 filling 249

filling with neutral color 296 flattening 295 flipping or rotating 183 grouping 294, 319 in animations 396, 411, 413 in channel calculations 276 in rollover states 400 knockout 297

loading boundaries as selection 318 locking 290

matching across rollover states 397 merging 293 moving 289 opacity 295

painting transparency 241 printing 471 renaming 292 reordering 289 rotating 182 sampling 291 saving 447 scaling 182

scope of blending options 299

selecting 287

stroking 249

styles 301

thumbnails 285

unifying 397

viewing 287

See also type layers

Layers palette 170, 284 leading 352

leading, for CJK type 364 learning resources overview 9 legacy Photoshop serial number 58 Lemple-Zif-Welch (LZW) compression 454 Lens Flare filter 332 letter spacing 361 Levels command about 137

adjusting color balance with 139 adjusting tonal range with 137 Auto option 150 setting target values with 141 Threshold mode 143 libraries, working with 54 ligatures 355 Lighten mode 242 lighting effects 308 Lighting Effects dialog box 340 Lighting Effects filter about 332, 337 adding 340 creating styles 340 deleting 340 deleting styles 340 dialog box 340 directional light 338, 339 omni light 338 saving styles 340 spotlight 338, 339 Lighting Effects filter styles Crossing 340 Crossing Down 340 Default 340 Five Lights Down 340 Five Lights Up 340 Flashlight 340 Flood Light 340 Parallel Directional 340 lightness 89

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line tool 200 about 201

measuring distances with 32 Linear Burn mode 241 Linear Dodge mode 242 linear gradient tool 244 Linear Light mode 242 lines, drawing 201,222, 223 Link Slices command 383 linking slices 382 Liquify command distorting images 195 freezing and thawing areas 196 reconstructing distortions 197 Load Actions command 494 Load Selection button 282 Load Selection command 172 Load Slice Selection command 374 loading actions 494 color tables 101 437 contours 308 duotone curves 481 output settings 442 pattern libraries 251 selections 172 slice selections 374

tonal and color adjustment settings 135 Lock Transparency option 173 Lock/Unlock Selected Colors command 436 locking colors 436 slices 378 type layers 291 locking layers 290 looping, in animations 409 lossless compression CCITT 454 LZW 454 RLE 453 ZIP 454

lossy compression JPEG format 454 weighted optimization and 429 low-key images 131,142 lpi (lines per inch) 64 luminance 89 Luminosity mode 243

Understanding Adobe Photoshop Features You Will Use

Understanding Adobe Photoshop Features You Will Use

Adobe Photoshop can be a complex tool only because you can do so much with it, however for in this video series, we're going to keep it as simple as possible. In fact, in this video you'll see an overview of the few tools and Adobe Photoshop features we will use. When you see this video, you'll see how you can do so much with so few features, but you'll learn how to use them in depth in the future videos.

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