# Adobe Photoshop CC 2019 Windows PC Version 🖐

In this tutorial, we’ll walk through the basics and go over how to use Photoshop’s various tools and workflows to create a photo montage.

Free Image Editing Software

Photoshop may be an expensive tool for some, but all the tools and programs are free to download. Free image editors include GIMP and the free version of Paint.NET, which is actually pretty good if you’re new to manipulating images. In fact, GIMP has many of the same features as Photoshop.

If you want a fast, easy-to-use image editor, check out free software called Pixlr. It has simple tools for working with images, filters, and overlays. Pixlr is good for browsing and doing quick edits, but it lacks depth when it comes to more advanced uses.

Photoshop Fundamentals:

Getting Started

In the beginning, you can save time by starting with a template of a popular image used for websites or blogs. This template will help you create the perfect image. It’s also helpful to have a friend create the source image. This creates a document that is more likely to look exactly the way you want.

You also should note that your images will be stored in the file system in a folder named “Your Name.” The free version of Photoshop will create a folder named “Your Name” for all of your work.

Once you have a template or your own source image, start Photoshop. Here are some of Photoshop’s functions:

Press and hold the Ctrl key (Windows), or Cmd key (Mac) to display the keyboard shortcuts menu. To use a keyboard shortcut, just press the key combination and you’ll find that the image has been changed.

Photoshop can easily be installed on all your computer desktop machines, so it’s recommended that you do so to avoid the occasional glitches that happen when installing the program. To install Adobe Photoshop CS5, go here.

Photoshop has a default installation location, but it is easy to change that location using a dialog box. Simply locate the directory and press the menu and set the location.

Resize:

To resize your image, press and hold the Ctrl key (Windows) or Cmd key (Mac) and move the cursor until the image is the desired size.

Rotate:

To rotate your image, press and hold the Ctrl key and move the cursor around your image until the image is the desired rotation.

The most often used features of Photoshop Elements include the following:

Selecting multiple objects

Adjusting lighting, color, brightness and clarity

Creating text

Creating basic shapes

Creating vector graphics

Creating mobile apps

Creating and cropping images

Creating booklets

Fluid grids for layouts

Creating line art

Editing videos

Converting bitmap graphics to vector shapes

Etc.

Photoshop Elements provides you with all the tools and features of Photoshop; you just won’t have access to all the advanced features.

In this tutorial, we’re going to learn Photoshop Elements in a creative, fast, and simple way.

You will learn:

How to quickly fix images that are out of focus

How to use the Adjustment Layers to improve the lighting, colors, and contrast

How to quickly export and save a JPEG

How to quickly create a texture or a watermark image

How to crop an image in a creative way

How to quickly use the Gradient tool

How to quickly use the Select tool

How to quickly save and save a JPEG image in two different ways

How to quickly convert a photograph into a vector format

How to use the shadows and highlights

How to quickly convert the colors of an image

How to use the Eraser tool

How to quickly resize an image to any size

How to quickly add a watermark in Photoshop Elements

We’re also going to add a watermark on some other images in Photoshop Elements using the Watermark tool.

You will need:

Lightroom

This Photoshop Elements tutorial requires a Windows operating system.

How to quickly fix images that are out of focus

You can use Adobe Photoshop Elements to quickly improve or fix out of focus images. Most images that are out of focus can be used as is because it’s not as noticeable.

Press Ctrl+0 on your keyboard (Windows).

In Photoshop Elements, select the Broken Images tool.

After a few seconds, the Broken Image tool will display your image. In this way, you can quickly fix images that are too out of
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Q:

Why is $[0,1]$ compact and what are its characteristics?

Why is $[0,1]$ compact? I feel like this is pretty common knowledge as I see proofs and examples of it all over the place, but I’ve always been a little fuzzy on how to exactly prove this.
What other properties does it have? What are a few examples of other compact spaces?

A:

Suppose $X$ is any space. Then:

A closed subset $Y$ of $X$ is compact iff $Y$ is totally bounded.

When you consider the closed interval as a subset of $\mathbb R$, you find that it is not totally bounded because no finite subset of the interval contains points arbitrarily close to both the left and right endpoints. Hence, $[0,1]$ is not totally bounded.
Totally bounded sets are closed, bounded, and contain limits of sequences. Thus, if $Y$ is totally bounded then every $x$ in $X$ is an accumulation point of $Y$. Conversely, if $Y$ is not totally bounded then at least one point of $Y$ is not an accumulation point of $Y$ and hence $Y$ is not closed.

A:

The closed interval $[0,1]$ is compact because it is totally bounded in $\mathbb{R}$. It is a metric space and therefore compact in that particular structure.
Regarding other spaces of interest:
a) $\Bbb{Q}$ with the topology induced by the absolute value
b) the Cantor set
c) $[0,1]^2$
d)$[0,1] \times [0,1]$
In all these spaces the concept of totally bounded is defined a little differently (and that is the main issue of @Gilles’s answer, to be honest), so the two concepts of compactness aren’t exactly identical.

Q:

Repaint a JPanel with drawImage() from BufferStrategy

So, I want to repaint a JPanel, but the thing is that I cannot draw the image to it, and I cant understand why.
Here is the class where I try to repaint the panel:
public class imagePanel extends JPanel {

@Override
public void paint(Graphics g) {
try {