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In some situations, you can open an image in a new document window by choosing File⇒New from the Adobe Photoshop menu.

If you’re working with a high-resolution image, you can choose File⇒Save As. But if you’re working with a lower-resolution image and are sure you want to save it, you can open the Editor, choose Edit⇒Preferences, and click the Preview Images tab. Then,

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Photoshop Elements or iMages is a beginner’s piece of software with a basic look but great features. It’s powerful enough to edit and even make advanced edits.

Adobe Photoshop can be used to edit any type of image, whether you’re editing a photo, a digital picture of a magazine cover, or any image you can find on the web. This tutorial is for the beginner to intermediate Photoshop user who wants to be able to edit and manipulate images to get the results he or she wants.

This tutorial will take you through the basic process of using Photoshop to color correct an image, change a photo’s color, or even add a watermark to an image.

Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced user, this tutorial will help you master Photoshop’s powerful editing tools.

You will learn the following in this tutorial:

What are some of the most important Photoshop tools? How to draw an eyedropper, or how to select an area on an image.

How to use the Magic Wand tool to select an area of an image and remove unwanted areas.

How to use the Rectangular Selection tool to copy an area of an image and paste it into another spot.

How to use different colors, brushes and different color palettes to change the color of an image.

How to use Liquify to easily rotate, scale, skew or move and distort an image and create a 3D effect on an image.

How to use the Gradient tool to create a custom gradiant that works on different colors.

How to use the Eraser tool to erase an image or to correct a badly placed subject or object on an image.

How to use the Filters or Effects tabs to apply Photoshop effects to an image.

How to use the Customise tab to start customizing an image. How to add and customize different type of brushes, custom brushes, and custom presets.

How to open and save a Photoshop file and how to view the different file formats.

How to get started and create a new document.

How to import images from a file and work on them right away.

How to create a basic photo editing tutorial using Photoshop.

This tutorial also includes screenshots and video tutorials that will help you understand Photoshop better.

In this tutorial, you will:

Learn how to use different tools in Photoshop and how to work with different color palettes.


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How would I remove the mustache from my mustache?

I have my mustache on an image and I want to take it off. Is there a filter to do this?


You can use the filter Unsharp Mask. This is applied directly to the layer.

Your application of “methodical”
You seem to be implying that the “methodical” way to do this is to make a selection and fill it with white or black or any other color, and then apply the Unsharp Mask filter. This is a simpler technique than that. For one thing, this method is a bit error prone:

You might accidentally remove a part of your image with the edges. For another thing, it may produce an undesired result if you just have a boundary around the entire mustache.
If you have, for example, three different parts of your image where the mustache is black, white, and gray, you can do something like the following:

Making a selection is a good way to ensure that you get the entire mustache. After that, you might change the mode of the layer to vector, and then run the Unsharp Mask filter, making sure you use a large amount of iterations and a low Amount setting. Some people recommend the setting of -40. That means -40 for the amount setting and 20 for iterations.
Here is the resulting image:

(Click the image for a closer look.)


How to find the CDF of a sum of two Normal rv

I am trying to find the CDF of
$\sum_{i=0}^n Z_i$
where $Z_i$ are Normal $(\mu_i,\sigma_i)$, and $n$ is an integer.
In my solution, I try to use the following:
$P(\sum_{i=1}^n Z_i \leq t) = P(\sum_{i=1}^n Z_i \leq t, X \geq 1) + P(\sum_{i=1}^n Z_i \leq t, X \lt 1)$
and then write
$\leq$ using equations for the two terms, and for $\geq$ I would use an equivalent identity for a similar expression.
I am stuck on the second part. Any ideas?

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