Understanding the basic elements of the Adobe Photoshop interface window will indirectly increase the productivity of your work when creating a project with Photoshop CS. And this is absolutely you know as a basis for using Photoshop CS for graphic design.This is the layout of Adobe Photoshop interface.
Menu Bar in Adobe Photoshop Interface
Menu used to form and edit images. Each menu is given a different name to distinguish its functions specifically and has a sub menu.
To activate one of the menus above can be done in one of the following ways:
- Click on the menu that is activated, then set the mouse pointer on the sub menu that will be used then click.
- Activating the menu with the keyboard, press the ALT key, then one of the letters on the menu will be marked with an underscore, press the underlined letter to activate the menu
If you look at the top of the screen you will see the Menu bar which contains all the main functions of Photoshop, such as File, Edit, Image, Layer, Select, Filter, View, Window, and Help.
Tool Bar (Toolbox) in Adobe Photoshop Interface
Most of the major tools are located in the Tool bar for easy access. Toolbox is a Tool that helps you in editing an image on a Canvas that you have made beforehand, without any Canvas you cannot use the tools in it. In these tools there are also tools that are just as useful but different functions. Most of the major tools are located in the Tool bar for easy access.
If you select one of the icons in the Toolbox, this option bar will display the options associated with the Tool you selected in the previous Toolbox.
The Options bar contains extra options for most tools. The options change as different tools are selected. Some tools share the same settings in the options bar, for example, painting modes and opacity, the others have specific options, for example, the Auto Erase setting for the Pencil tool.
The image will appear in its own window once you open a file.
The name of any image that you open will be at the top of the image window as shown above.
Palletes is an additional option to help you when modifying an image or text that is not available in the option bar. By default palletes is placed simultaneously in a group, sometimes the palette you need doesn’t appear on the step screen to activate the palette by clicking the Window menu, then clicking the cool palette.
Palettes contain functions that help you monitor and modify images. By default, palettes are stacked together in groups. These are the palettes that are usually visible:
Navigator, Color, Histogram, Layer. If none of the palettes are visible, go to Window in the Menu bar and choose palettes you need to work with.