Sunday, July 24, 2016

Akhlak

simplyhasanah:
“It has to start from within.
” 




Tiada akhlak, manusia akan lari.

Firman Allah swt, "... dan (Wahai Muhammad) kalaulah engkau bersikap kasar lagi keras hati, tentulah mereka lari dari kelilingmu..." (Surah Ali Imran: 159)

Tiada adab, hilang manfaat diri.

Firman Allah swt, "Adapun buih itu, ia akan hilang sebagai sesuatu yang tidak berharga, adapun yang memberi manfaat kpd manusia, maka ia akan kekal di bumi..." (Surah al-Ra'd: 17)

Berhati-hatilah dgn sifat mazmumah yg kadang2 memakan diri sendiri.







Friday, July 15, 2016

See You Soon

Assalamualaikum


Harini gagahkan diri utk buat entri sebb esok nak balik kampung. Memang tak update lah kalau kat kampung. Internet memang hampas.


Entri ni memang khas untuk kawan aku yang baru nak travel study bawahlaut  oversea. Semalam aku dan beberapa kawn yang lain hantar dia kat airport Pengkalan Chepa. Ramai woo kat sana. Atuk Nenek Mak saudara Ayah Saudara serta anak anak memang ramai. Dia yang first skali study abroad batch kami. Memang feeling lah huhu.


Transit KLIA2


Masa jumpa tu borak skit pasal camne dia boleh mintak study oversea lps spm. sebab aku pun tahu yang boleh pegi study oversea sndiri tapi tak tau cara nak pegi tu. Dia pegi dengan travel ASH-HAR, tanggungan sendiri tapi bawah Yayasan Islam Kelantan(YIK). Cuma tu sebgai ajen je. Yuran semua tu sendiri punya wang lah. 



Nama panggilan : Jib
Universiti Al-Azhar, Cairo
Kuliah Ulum Islamiyah


Dalam 50 orang kot yang pegi atau kurang lagi. Dari airport pc hanya 16 orang je tapi kat klia 2 dalam 20 lebih katanya lah.tak pasti. Tengok kawan2 pegi luar negara,hati tu nak jugak tapi mak suh duk lekloq dalam negara.Jangan pi mana mana. Tapi kalau jadi, memang fly ke Indon lah aku.

Airport pc sebelum ke klia 2.mampu hantar kat sini je bersama mak ayah dia.



Masa belajar kat sana hanya 5 tahun dah dapat degree. Kalau kat luar negara, diorang takde asasi macam kita. 5 tahun tu direct blajar degree dan boleh balik mlaysia. Cuti macam mana ?
nanti dia balik tengah tahun depan. cuti 3 bulan.tapi biasanya student oversea dia balik lambar sebab pegi jalan jalan kat negara dekat dekat tu. Yelah, alang alang dah dekat,kenapa tak pergi ? lagipun tiket murah berbanding tiket flight dari malaysia ke negara timur @ seumpamanya. Duit tu pandai pandai cari . Lagi best kalau dpt biasiswa dari kerajaan, memang kaya lah.

pengiring klia 2 : student usim ; ipg bangi ; uia . kakak dia pun ada kat sbelah tu.



Masa dia masuk dlm balai pelepasan tu, rasa macam sedih tiba tiba. Tadi taknak sedih. Mungkin nnti berjauhan pastu jarang balik.kalau balik entoh lah boleh jenguk muka ke tak. masing masing sibuk.
aku ingat aku sorang je sedih,rupannya yang lain pun sedih bila masuk keta masing masing cakap sedih dan rindu.Sebab rindu mungkin kami dah 5 tahun kenal dan lalui bersama sama masam + manis + pahit di sekolah. pastu tiba2 dah ke luar negara. Tu kot jadi sedih.

Selamat maju jaya jib ! 




Kalau sempat, tunggu aku datang ahahah . InsyaAllah. Mana tau ada rezeki kan.terharu aku tengok kawan kawan yang support nak hantar dia.Ni katakan ukhuwwah. Dari jauh jauh sanggup datang semata mata nak support dia. Belajar elok elok jangan hampakan ibubapa dan keluarga.Jadu ustaz yang thorbaik !


airport pc > klia2 > istanbul > egypt

balai pelepasan klia2. tengah tangkap gambar dari bawah  seblum fly.

Nasihat Imam Syafie rahimahullah :

“Tidak akan mendapat ilmu melainkan dengan enam perkara.

(i) kecerdasan

(ii) semangat

(iii) bersungguh-sungguh

(iv) memiliki kewangan

(v) tunjuk ajar guru dan

(vi) masa yang panjang


Antara ucapan dlm instagram kepada @najibshukri



Ketika kaki mula lemah untuk meneruskan langkah, itu petanda niat asal ketika memulakannya mula goyah.!

Perbaharui niatmu,

InsyaAllah kaki mu akan kuat kembali.kerana musafir panjang ini adalah perjalanan hati bukan perjalanan kaki.

Selamat menuntut ilmu di negara orang. Fi Hifzillah.

بالتوفيق والنجاح

كلية العلوم الاسلامية بجامعة الازهر .

سفرا سعيدا

تباركالله .


Kami turut menumpang bangga, kawan.

Have a safe journey



p/s:next fly : muzakkir & hazim & rifqi & iqbal & ullys & farahin & syuhada dan ramai lagi.






















#TEAM RAYA

Assalamualaikum


Rasanya belum terlambat lagi untuk mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya everybodeh !

Makan tu makan lah ye , tapi berpada pada ingat kalori . Haritu aku ada pak sedara ni Dr. , nak cakap kat sini dia punyalah jaga kesihatan dia sambil makan kira kalori haha kalau aku memang tak lah .

Selamat Hari Raya dari kami 


 Masa ni lah jugak nak mintak ampun dengan mak ayah dengan dosa dosa dulu kan ? Yela mana tahu dulu mak ayah suruh solat kau lari , mak ayah suruh tolong dia kau buat buat tak dengar heh . takpa semua tu semua perangai masa kecik . Kita kan dah besar , mesti tak buat semua tu . Tapi kita perlu mintak maaf jugak sebab memang kita pernah meninggikan suara kat diorang or etc . (sebenarnya tiap2 hari buat dosa dan tiap2 hari perlu mintak maaf sebenaqnya kan)

 Ok habis part tuh


 Harini dapat mesej dari kawan  katanya nak ajak aku pegi beraya kat rumah cikgu cikgu dan kawan kawan . Start pukul 11:30 a.m sampai 8:30 p.m . wuuu lama gila pegi beraya .

TEACHER TO BE

Rumah pertama jadi habuan kami kali ni di Padang luas , Jertih . Rumah Syazwan aka w.e.e.e. *nada kiut*  kitorang pi sana tanpa dirancang tapi memandangkan rumah dia dah sekitar tempat kami , so apa salahnya kami pi sana dulu kan. Rumah bakal cikgu katakan .




PHOBIA HOUSE

Rumah phobia . hehe bukan sebab rumah tu berhantu ke apa tapi ni lah rumah cikgu subjek yang aku paling seram huh ADDMATH . memang dari dulu aku ni kurang skit subjek ni tapi lastly Alhamdulillah result tu tak teruk sangat . peace yo



OPEN HOUSE 
Lepas lepak kat sana , kitorang pegi rumah di Pantai Air Tawar sebelah Hotel Primula . Open house katanya, jadi pintu rumahnya terbuka luas lah . k tak lawak . Minum air + makan skit pastu blah ke rumah seterusnya .



ADRENALINE HOUSE

Rumah teacher Halisa . Biologos teacher. Mendidik anak-anak murid dengan kasih sayang dan teacher yang sporting . Hipster. heh Lama jugak lah kat sini sbb kena temubual dengan cikgu . Habis ditemubual , kami pulak yang temubual cikgu tanya pasal sekolah tahun ni macam mana budak budak SPM . Katanya baik baik aja . Biasalah banyak orang banyak ragam.





AL-ARABI BAITI


Kunjungan terakhir kami ialah di rumah ustaz Hadi AL-arabi. Mengajar kami arab bukan suatu benda yang mudah . Datangnya i'rab , masdar , naat semua tu fuhh perlukan kesabran yang tinggi. Dengan karangan arabnya lagi panjang lebar tapi kitorang hafal je beberapa karangan contoh dan ada yang buat karangan sendiri.Aku masih jauh ketinggalan untuk buat karangan sendiri.Dan habis je spm segala arab arab ni aku letak dalam history yang mungkin aku tak dapat jejak lagi. 







Akhirnya aku pulang dengan demam. Kenapa ? sebab gelak tak henti henti . hah serius weh. Lama x jumpa mestilah banyak omomg kosong yg dibualnya . Takpa , orang kata kenangan lahkan.mana tahu tahun ni tahun terakhir aku raya *peace yo*


Akhir kalam?    kata, Selamat hari Raya Aidilfitri walaupun dah terlambat sangatt dan nak update pun tak sempat sbb sibuk skit. Dan Maaf Zahir dan Batin !

Ok.choww dulu

















































Tuesday, July 12, 2016

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

How to Use Photoshop: The Ultimate Photoshop Tutorial for Beginners

How to Use Photoshop: The Ultimate Photoshop Tutorial for Beginners

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You can do it ! 

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When you open Photoshop for the first time, it's easy to click around in confusion for a minute and then reach for your freelancer's phone number instead. Trust us, you're not alone in this. 

It's an incredibly powerful design software with a lot going on, including a wealth of tools that can seem overwhelming at times. But Photoshop isn't just for the professionals. 
With a little help, you can easily teach yourself how to use it to create beautiful, compelling graphics. All it takes is an introduction to core elements -- in plain English. 

Click here to download our free guide for more do-it-yourself design tips.

To get you started, we've picked 12 of the most useful tools in Photoshop and explained what they do, where to find them, how to use them, and a few tips and tricks for getting the most out of them. We've also included some great resources in there in case you'd like to learn about a tool in more depth.

Table of Contents

Click on a section name to scroll automatically to that section.
1) The Layer Tool
2) The Color & Swatches Tool
3) Custom Fonts & The Text Tool
4) Custom Brushes & The Brush Tool
5) The Select Tool
6) The Move Tool
7) The Zoom Tool
8) The Eraser
9) The Crop Tool
10) The Fill Tool
11) The Eyedropper Tool
12) Blending Options

How to Use Adobe Photoshop: A Photoshop Tutorial for Beginners

1) The Layer Tool

What It Does: A layer can be used for an image, text, brush strokes, background colors, patterns, and filters.
I like to think of layers as sheets of glass stacked on top of one another that you'll use to create a final product. Each sheet can be modified individually without affecting the project as a whole, which can save you tons of time when making edits to individual elements of your graphic.
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Image Credit: StackExchange
Layers are by far the most important element of Photoshop -- and, in my opinion, they're one of the reasons many people throw their arms up in frustration. But once you understand how they work, I promise they'll make your life much easier.
Where It's Located: It has its own module on the bottom right-hand corner of your Photoshop screen, by default. You can also access it by clicking "Layer" in the top menu bar.
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Pro Tip: Always name your layers. Keeping them organized will help keep you sane, especially if you find yourself working on a project with a large number of layers. 

To add or delete a layer:

From the top menu bar, choose Layer > New > Layer...

To select a layer:

The selected layer is highlighted in blue. To edit a specific part of your image, you'll need to select that specific layer.
You'll also notice there's an "eye" symbol next to each layer: Click that symbol to turn the eye on and off, thereby toggling the visibility of that layer as you work.

To duplicate a layer:

First, select a layer or group in the Layers panel. Next, either drag the layer or group to the Create a New Layer button, or right-click the layer to choose "Duplicate Layer" or "Duplicate Group." Enter a name for the layer or group, and click OK.
Pro Tip: You can do all sorts of cool things with layers -- and believe it or not, making animated GIFs is one of them. Check out our step-by-step tutorial here.
To learn more about adding, deleting, and duplicating layers in Photoshop, check out this video tutorial.

2) The Color & Swatches Tool

What It Does: The Color and Swatches tool lets you use, modify, copy, and save custom colors for your content. While this may seem like a pretty self-explanatory element, it actually has powerful features that will keep your visual content vibrant and unify your color schemes.
Where It's Located: It has its own module on the top right-hand corner of your Photoshop screen, by default.
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Another place to find the Color tool is at the bottom of the toolbar on the left, indicated by two overlapping boxes:
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To create your own custom color:

Open the Color Picker by double-clicking on the top box either in the Color module, or in that menu on the left.
From there, you'll see a vertical spectrum of color with a slider on it, which you can adjust to create your own custom color. Alternatively, if you already have a specific color of which you know the hex value (i.e. #1fb1ee), then enter it in the appropriate box to find that color automatically. You can also select your color swatch based on RGB or CMYK values.
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Any colors you create can be added to your "Swatches" if you click "Add To Swatches." 
Pro Tip: Take your company colors and save them as “Swatches” so that you can reference and reuse them whenever you’re designing your visual content.

3) Custom Fonts & The Text Tool

What It Does: The Text tool lets you add custom fonts to your database, and it gives you access to advanced font settings that give your text some serious style.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on your left, near the bottom.
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Once you click the Text tool icon, all of the settings and font options will pop up at the top of your screen. These settings let you change the font, font size, and spacing between characters, height, width, color, and style. Be sure to select the layer of your desired text to edit it.
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To add text to your graphic:

The text tool works like any other text tool you’ve used. Click the "T" icon on the left side bar, drag the text box over any particular area you want text to appear, and you’re set to go.
Whenever you create a text box, Photoshop will generate a layer for it. You can choose the color, size, stroke, font style, and a variety of other options to switch things up.
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Pro Tip: While Photoshop offers a wide variety of fonts, you can also install your own fonts. Read this blog post for a list of 35 beautiful fonts you can download for free, and then read this post to learn how to install your new fonts in Photoshop so you can get to using 'em.
To learn more about fonts and the Text tool, check out this video tutorial.

4) Custom Brushes & The Brush Tool

What It Does: Just as with fonts, you can add your own, royalty-free, custom brush tips. With the brush settings, you can change the size, shape, and transparency of your brush strokes to achieve a number of different visual effects.
Brushes are a great way to add some visual accents to your content. Photoshop starts you off with a nice selection of brush tips that you can use to clean up your graphics and create some basic visual effects.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on the left.
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Once you click the Brush tool icon, all of the settings and brush options will pop up at the top of your screen. These settings let you change the brush size, opacity, flow, and so on. You'll find a variety of pre-installed brush tips, as well as any custom brush tips you install to Photoshop. (You can find royalty-free brushes at www.brusheezy.com if you want to get really creative.)
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To use the brush tool:

The brush tool is perfect for adding design accents to your content content. When using the brush tool, I always suggest adding a new layer to work with so you don’t paint over any of your other elements. You can choose colors from your library of swatches, or use a custom color.
Changing the brush settings can give your brush a drastically different look and style. Don’t be afraid to play around a bit with all of your custom brushes.

5) The Select Tool

What It Is: When used correctly, this tool will let you select individual elements, entire graphics, and determines what is copied, cut, and pasted into your graphics.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on the left.
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The Select tool is known as one of the most basic, yet frustrating tools to use in Photoshop. The first thing you should know is that it'll only work if a layer is highlighted. So, if I want to cut or copy a piece of Layer 4, Layer 4 must be highlighted in my Layer's tool bar. Highlighted areas are indicated by a flashing dotted line.
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Once you remember to pay attention to which layer you are working with, the Select tool becomes much easier to use.
First, highlight your area of choice. Then, simply right-click and decide what you'd like to do from the pull-out menu. For example, you can cut out objects from a current layer and create a layer of your own.
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How to select an image to insert into your graphic:

Open the image you'd like to use in Photoshop, and use the Select Tool to determine how much of the image you want to copy. Once you’ve selected the area of the image, simply copy the area.
Next, open the tab for your current project and paste it in as a new layer. Highlight the layer of the object(s) you'd like to select. You can move multiple objects at once by highlighting multiple layers.
Then, right-click your selection, and then you have a few options, including:
A) Choosing "Layer via Copy" to copy the object(s) from this layer and create a layer of its own.
Pro Tip: To select your entire graphic and include all layers, highlight all layers and then use the Select tool. Once you've determined the area to copy, use the menu bar at the top and click "Edit" > "Copy Merged." This will copy the entire graphic so you can paste it as its own layer.
B) Choosing "Free Transform" to scale, rotate, move, and flip your selections. (Refer to the Move tool in the next section of this post if you need more help on this.)
Pro Tip: One really nifty trick you can do with "Free Transform" is to overlay screenshots of a PDF to make a 3D-looking image, like the one below for our introductory Pinterest ebook. You can find a visual overview of the steps below, but read this blog post for the step-by-step tutorial.
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To learn more about all the Selection tools available in Photoshop, check out this video tutorial.

6) The Move Tool

What It Does: This is a fairly basic tool that allows you to move individual elements of your graphic.
The Move tool works on individual layers, and on the graphic as a whole -- if (remember how to do this?) you highlight all of your layers. It comes in handy when you’re trying to reposition images, text, and other design elements.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on the left, at the top.
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To use the Move tool:

Click the Move Icon from the left hand menu bar and simply drag the object(s) you would like to move. To move all objects in one layer, simply highlight the layer and use the Move tool. You can also right click the object for additional options.

To scale, rotate, move, and flip things:

The Free Transform tool lets you scale, rotate, move, and flip any element in your select layer or layers. Use the shortcut CTRL + T or Command + T (for Macs) to initiate Free Transform, and check out the options that pop up at the top of your screen. Hold theSHIFT key while transforming to maintain the proportions of your elements.
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7) The Zoom Tool

What It Does: The Zoom tool lets you zoom in close to certain areas of an image, and zoom out to get more of a bird's eye view of what's happening.
Where It's Located: In the top menu bar, choose View > Zoom In or View > Zoom Out.
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To use the Zoom tool:

Either select the zoom options from the "View" menu (as shown above). To use the keyboard shortcut, hold ALT (PC) or Command (Mac) and press + to zoom in, and ALT (PC) or Command (Mac) and press - to zoom out.

8) The Eraser

What It Does: The Basic Eraser functions a lot like the brush tool. You can change the size and hardness of the eraser tip to achieve a variety of effects, like blending and fades. The Background Eraser uses differences in color to help you erase unwanted background areas from your images.
The eraser is one of the most useful tools in Photoshop. Yes, I understand it’s technically just an eraser, but you’ve never used an eraser like this.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on the left.
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To use the Basic Eraser:

Once you click the Eraser icon, all of the settings will pop up at the top of your screen. These settings let you change the eraser size, hardness, and other aspects of the tool.
Like most tools in Photoshop, the eraser works only on a specifically selected layer. Make sure you've got the layer you want selected before you start erasing.
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To use the Background Eraser:

This tool is a time-saving wonder. You can see how easily it eliminates background colors from images. This is especially helpful if you need an object with a transparent background. 
To use the Background Eraser, click and hold the eraser icon until the slide out menu appears. Choose "Background Eraser."
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Now you're ready to do some serious erasing. Adjust the size of the Background Eraser, and simply click the color you would like deleted from the selected layer. Remember to select the layer you want to erase on.
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Pro Tip: Don’t be afraid to use an oversized eraser tip for the Background Eraser. Since it works by removing particular colors from the image, it won’t erase colors that aren’t selected.
To learn more about how to remove the background of a photo in Photoshop or PowerPoint, check out this step-by-step tutorial.

9) The Crop Tool

What It Does: The Crop tool lets you crop an image. It works like any crop tool you’ve ever encountered: Simply choose your area and crop it out.
I know this is a basic tool, but you’ll find yourself using this just as often as any other tool in Photoshop, especially when you’ve completed your graphic and need to clean up some of the free space around the edges.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on the left.
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To use the Crop tool:

Select the icon indicated in the screenshot from the side menu bar, and drag the box over the area you would like to crop. To adjust the crop box, simply click and drag the small anchor boxes on the sides and corners of the crop box.
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Pro Tip: You can make your canvas size larger than it needs to be so that you can give yourself more room to move your design elements, and crop it down to the proper size afterwards.
Read this blog post to learn how to crop images in Photoshop to a specific ratio. If you want to learn some cropping tricks -- like how to rotate an image using the Crop tool -- then check out this article from Digital Photography School.

10) The Fill Tool

What It Does: The Fill tool, formerly the Paint Bucket tool, fills any solid area with the color of your choice. It's great for solid backgrounds or coloring large areas. It can also be used to apply patterns to your images. The Gradient tool within the Fill tool lets you create a nice, faded background effect of the color of your choice.
Where It's Located: On the top menu bar, choose Layer > New Fill Layer. From there, you have the option to choose "Solid Color," "Gradient," or "Pattern."
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To fill a solid area with a color:

First, select the layer you'd like to fill with a solid color. Then, from the top menu bar, choose Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color... From there, a "New Layer" window will pop up and prompt you to name the new color fill layer. Don't worry about choosing the color you want right then and there -- simply name the layer and press "OK."

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Next, the Color Picker window will pop up. Here, you can choose which solid color you'd like to fill. Since I'd selected my background layer to fill in (i.e. the color of the sky in my graphic), the color I select in the Color Picker dictates the color of the sky:
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To apply patterns to your images:

These patterns can be manually created if you have the time and patience, or you can find a variety of royalty-free patterns available for download through a basic Google search.
To apply a pattern, first select the layer you'd like to fill with a pattern. Then, from the top menu bar, choose Layer > New Fill Layer > Pattern... From there, a "New Layer" window will pop up and prompt you to name the new color fill layer. Don't worry about choosing the color you want right then and there -- simply name the layer and press "OK."
Next, you'll see the "Pattern Fill" window pop up. From there, you can choose the pattern and its scale. Since I'd selected my background layer to fill in (i.e. the color of the sky in my graphic), the pattern I select in the Pattern Fill changes the sky:
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To use the Gradient tool:

To apply a gradient, first select the layer you'd like to fill with a pattern. Then, from the top menu bar, choose Layer > New Fill Layer > Gradient... From there, a "New Layer" window will pop up and prompt you to name the new color fill layer. Don't worry about choosing the color you want right then and there -- simply name the layer and press "OK."
Next, a "Gradient Fill" window will pop up. Play around with these options, including the style, angle, and scale. To choose a different gradient than the one offered by default, click the arrow on the right-hand side of the default gradient to open the Gradient Editor, shown below:
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11) The Eyedropper

What It Does: This handy little tool lets you extract and use any color from any image in Photoshop.
Where It's Located: The toolbar on the left.
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To use the Eyedropper tool:

Select the icon from the sidebar. Next, locate that color you would like to extract, and simply click that area to clone the color.
Once you've extracted the color, you'll see it indicated both in the Color module at the top right of your screen, as well as the bottom of the left sidebar. You can double-click that color box to bring up the advanced color picker, where you can then adjust and save the color to a swatch for future use.
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12) Blending Options

What It Does: Blending options include quite a number of features to enhance the look or your graphic. For example, you can use the "Outer Glow" effect to make letters appear like they're glowing. Or you can use the "Drop Shadow" effect to add a shadow to your letters. Take some time to play around with all the layer effects and find out which ones tickle your fancy.
Where It's Located: From the top menu bar, choose Layer > Layer Style > Blending Options... You can also double-click any layer to bring up the options for that particular layer.
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To use Blending Options:

First, select the layer you want to apply your blending options and effects to. Then, open up your blending options and choose the one you'd like to apply. With the variety of options available, you can achieve a number of great effects to finalize your graphics. Have fun with these and experiment on different layers, images, and texts.  Here's a look at what's offered:
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For example, in the image below, I selected my text layer and chose "Bevel & Emboss." Looks pretty cool, eh?
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Before we send you on your way, it's worth noting that if you're working with a limited budget and a tight schedule, you can save yourself tons of time and money by usingfree, royalty-free stock photos. Here's a list of 17 of the best free stock photo sites you can look through.
Also, Photoshop offers a number of really helpful keyboard shortcuts for things like zooming in and out, changing canvas size, creating a new layer, and so on. Check out this blog post for a full list, including shortcuts for some of the tools mentioned above.
Now, it wouldn't be realistic to guarantee that you'd be a Photoshop wiz at this point -- but that isn’t what this guide designed to do. We hope we've provided you with the understanding you’ll need to use the powerful tools in Photoshop in a timely, efficient, non-hair-pulling manner, so that you can elevate your visual content game, like, today.
Happy Photoshopping!
What other Photoshop tips do you have to share -- whether they're for beginners, for more advanced users, or anywhere in between?
Editor's Note: This post was originally published in January 2013 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

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