Photoshop Tutorial free | Image Menu Part-13: In this episode, we will discuss Image menu options such as Mode, Adjustments, Duplicate, Apply Image, Calculation size, Image size, canvas size, rotate Canvas, Crop, Trim, Revall all, trap, etc.
- Mode: changes the mode of the active page to the required modes.
- Adjustments: adjust different color attributes of the image.
This choice lets you right apparent range and shading parity of a picture by altering power levels of picture shadows, mid-tones, and features. The level histogram is a visual guide for adjusting the image by keystone.
- 2. Auto levels:
This command automatically adjusts the black point and white point in an image.
- 3 Auto Contrast:
This command automatically adjusts the contrast of an image. It can improve the appearance of many photographic or continuous-tone images. It doesn’t improve flat-color images.
- 4. Auto color:
This command adjusts the contrast and color of an image by searching the image to identify shadows, mid-tones, and highlights.
- 5. Curves:
This option provides a dialogue box to adjust the entire tonal range of an image by changing the shape of the curve in the curve dialogue box.
- 6. Color Balance:
This command changes the overall mixture of color in an image for generalized color correction.
- 7. Brightness/Contrast:
This command lets you make simple adjustments to the tonal range of an image.
- 8. Black and White:
This command lets you convert a color image to grayscale while maintaining full control over how individual colors are converted.
- 9. Hue/Saturation:
This command lets you adjust the hue, saturation, and brightness of a specific color component in an image or simultaneously adjust all the color in an image.
- 10. Desaturate:
This command converts a color image to grayscale values, but leaves the image in same color mode.
- 11. Match Color:
This command matches color between multiple images, between multiple layers, or between multiple selections. It also lets you adjust the color in an image by changing the luminance, changing the color range, and neutralizing color cast.
- 12. Replace Color:
This command lets you create a mask to select specific colors in an image and then replace those colors.
- 13. Selective Color:
This command lets you modify the number of process colors in any primary color selectively without affecting the other primary colors.
- 14. Channel Mixer:
This command lets you modify a targeted color channel using a mix of existing color channels in the image.
- 15. Gradient Map:
This command maps the equivalent grayscale range to the colors of a specified gradient fill.
- 16. Photo Filter:
This command lets you choose a color preset to apply a hue adjustment to an image.
- 17. Shadow/Highlight:
This command is suitable for correcting photos with silhouetted images due to strong backlighting or correcting subjects that have been slightly washed out because they were too close to the camera flash. It is also useful for brightening areas of shadow in otherwise well-it images.
- 18. Exposure:
This command lets you make tonal adjustment.
- 19. Invert:
This command inverts colors in an image.
- 20. Equalize:
This command redistributes the brightness values of the pixels in an image so that they more evenly represent the entire range of brightness levels.
- 21. Threshold:
This command converts grayscale or color images to high-contrast, black-and-white images.
- 22. Posterize:
This command lets you specify the number of tonal levels (or brightness values for each channel in an image and then pixels to the closest matching level.
- 23. Variations:
This command lets you adjust the color balance, contrast, and saturation of an image by showing you thumbnails of alternatives.
- Duplicate: duplicates the selected image.
- Apply Image: lets you blend on the image’s layer and channel (the source) with a layer and channel of the active image (the destination).
- Calculation: lets you blend two individual channels from one or more source images.
- Image size: adjusts pixels dimensions, document size, and resolution.
- Canvas size: adjusts the size of the workspace.
- Rotate canvas: rotates the workspace.
- Crop: crop image.
- Trim: this option trims the unwanted or extra area of the image.
- Reveal all: shows the entire image.
- Trap: corrects the misalignment of solid colors.
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