# Photoshop 2020 for Windows Laptop 📀

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Introduction to Photoshop.

If you don’t know what Photoshop is, go to your image editor and start editing. You’ll learn how to use Photoshop with the tools that are already in your image editor. If you are new to editing in Photoshop, or if you are not sure which features you need, we will explain everything we can.

Editor options, settings and shortcuts

You can open Photoshop as it comes from the Adobe website, or if you have downloaded it from the link above, you will find it in your Applications folder. If you are using Windows 10 you can right-click on the Photoshop icon and choose Run as administrator.

Here you will find a tool box with 16 options. You may see some similar options in other graphic editors. You should look at all the tools options. Some of them are hidden in different menus, for example: Image→Edit In→B&W. These are called filter options or actions.

Filters.

You probably already use the filters in your image editor. Some of them are:

Tools.

You may have to click on the arrows to access the menu. For example, if you select the Brush tool, then you click on the Brush Options button to access the Brush menu. Some of the tools have a keyboard shortcut. For example, the Rectangular Selection Tool has Shift+T.

The Tool Options panel.

Here you will find a menu where you can adjust the tool options. It is the same menu accessed by clicking on the Tool Options button. The only difference is that it has a different background.

Different types of images.

There are different types of images in Photoshop. You will find them in the Image Types. If you look at the two images below, you will find four different types of images.

A Layers panel.

Layers are the most used features of Photoshop. They allow you to work on different sections of your photo. They are found in a horizontal panel at the bottom of the main image window. You can see four layers with a yellow frame. The yellow frame is the active layer. You can move the layers, change their color, delete them or add new layers to add new sections to your photo.

Original image.

If you look at the top of this example, you will see an image without any layers. This is the original
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a) Photoshop Brushes:

1. The Bristle Brush:

2. The Smudge Brush:

3. The Colorize Brush:

4. The Eraser Brush:

5. The Pattern Brush:

8. The Quick Selection Tool:

9. The Magic Wand:

10. The Dodge/Burn Tool:

11. The Clone Stamp Tool:

12. The Healing Brush:

13. The Healing Brush Tool:

14. The Spot Healing Brush Tool:

15. The Hand:

16. The Clone Type-on Tool:

17. The Feather Blur Tool:

18. The Dodge & Burn Filters:

19. The Blend Modes:

20. The Puppet Warp Tool:

21. The Liquify Filter:

22. The Hand Tool:

23. The 3D Tool:

24. The Eraser Tool:

25. The Paint Bucket Tool:

26. The Magic Wand Tool:

27. The Quick Selection Tool:

28. The Move Tool:

29. The Alpha Channel:

30. The Levels Tool:

32. The Color Range Tool:

## What’s New in the?

abstract: |
The *Cohesive Dish Offset: Angular Results*, together with the *Cohesive Dish Offset: Positional Results* are two sets of results published by the Coherent Collaboration that quantified the off-source and on-source contributions to angular and positional offsets between the fluxes of VLBI jets and the core. In this report, we present the complementary set of results covering the core flux, Doppler factors, and source inclinations, produced by the same teams.

We report the new results for the core and the jet fluxes, for the Doppler factors, and for the source inclinations (all quantities reported as percentage of core flux). We also compare them with previous results obtained by the same teams.
author:
– ‘E. Puccetti, G. Longo’
– ‘A. Banfield’
– ‘E. Trejo’
title: ‘Coherent: Core and Jet Variability Results’

Jet and core variability {#sec:variability}
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The core flux variability of the sample of sources is on average lower than that of the jet flux ($1.36\pm0.15$ mJy vs $0.51\pm0.12$ mJy), but can reach up to $\sim90\%$. The core variability is strongest for the brightest sources, while the jet variability shows a positive correlation with source brightness. The variability and brightness distribution of the core flux are independent of redshift. The core flux ratio on different time-scales, the variability on different scales, and the dependence on source brightness, are directly comparable to those reported by the Coherent Collaboration in [@mea17].

The core flux ratio on different time-scales, the variability on different scales, and the dependence on source brightness are directly comparable to those reported by the Coherent Collaboration in [@mea17].

Doppler factors {#sec:Doppler}
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In order to quantify the properties of the jet bulk Lorentz factor (and therefore the intrinsic jet power) in the radio loud AGNs, we have calculated the Doppler factors of our sources ($\delta\,=\,(1+\beta_{app})\sqrt{1-\beta_{app}^2}$