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A quick guide to Adobe Photoshop’s Basic Tools palette with a description of each tool’s functions and shortcuts. The hidden tools have not been covered here as this is just a quick start guide. For more in depth details and functions please refer to the relevant tutorials as they are presented. Essential for those brand new to Photoshop.
All the keyboard shortcuts are in ( ).

Move ToolMove Tool (V)
Use this tool to move things by left clicking with the mouse.
Usually it is used it to move a Layer around after it has been placed.
Rectangular Marquee ToolRectangular Marquee Tool (M)
This tool is for making selections on your image in a rectangular shape.
This changes the area of your image that is affected by other tools or actions to be within the defined shape.
Holding the [Shift] key while dragging your selection, restricts the shape to a perfect square.
Holding the [Alt] key while dragging sets the center of the rectangle to where your cursor began.
Lasso ToolLasso Tool (L)
Use this to draw selections in whatever shape you would like. This tool is not very accurate for going around fine areas but works well if you just want to select a large area.
Magic Wand ToolMagic Wand Tool (W)
This tool is used to select a color range. It will select the block of color, or transparency, based on wherever you click. In the Options Bar at the top, you can change the Tolerance to make your selections more/less precise.
Crop ToolCrop Tool (C)
The Crop Tool will crop your image or part of your image to the size you specify in the values boxes in the options bar at the top. Press the Enter/Return key, to commit the crop.
Eyedropper ToolEyedropper Tool (I)
This tool works by changing your foreground color to whatever color you click on. pressing the [X] key will toggle between your background and foreground color.
Healing Brush ToolHealing Brush Tool (J)
Use this tool to repair scratches, specs and dust on images and to remove small areas that need cleaning up. Choose your cursor/brush size, then holding the [Alt] key, you select a nice/clean area of your image. Let go of the Alt key and paint over the area to be removed by holding down the left click on the mouse.
Brush ToolBrush Tool (B)
This tool paints on your image, in whatever color you have selected, and whatever size you have selected, by holding down the left click on the mouse. There are various options for the brush tools sizes and shapes which can be found in the options bar.
It is also used on layer masks for showing or hiding parts of the image. (Advanced)
Clone Stamp ToolClone Stamp Tool (S)
This tool is similar to the Healing Brush Tool (see above). You use it the exact same way, except this tool doesn’t blend at the end. It creates a direct copy of the information from the first selected area to the second, ie, cloning the sampled area.
History Brush ToolHistory Brush Tool (H)
This tool works in a similar way to the Brush Tool, except the information that it paints with is from the original state of your image. If you go Window > History, you can see the History Palette. The History Brush tool paints with the information from whatever History state is selected.
Eraser ToolEraser Tool (E)
This tool works like an eraser and erases the information wherever you left click and drag.
If you’re on a Layer, it will erase the information with a transparent. If you are on the background layer, it will erase with whichever secondary color you have selected.
Gradient ToolGradient Tool (G)
With this tool you can make a gradient of colors. It creates a blending of your foreground color and background color when you click and drag it.
Blur ToolBlur Tool (R)
The Blur tool is self explanatory and makes parts of your image blur. Left click and drag to make things blurry.
Dodge ToolDodge Tool (O)
This tool is used to lighten whichever area you use it on. It can be set to Highlights, Midtones or shadows in the options bar at the top of the program.
Pen ToolPen Tool (P)
Use this tool for making accurate selections. You use the tool by clicking to add a point. If you click and drag, it will change the shape of your path, allowing you to bend and shape the path for accurate selections and such. It takes a little time to learn this tool.
Horizontal Type ToolHorizontal Type Tool (T)
This tool creates text. Click a single point, and start typing. Click on the move tool to move the text around.
Path Selection ToolPath Selection Tool (A)
This tool is used when working with paths. As this is only the basic tools it won’t be covered here.
Rectangle ToolRectangle Tool (U)
This tool, by default, draws a Shape Layer in the form of a rectangle. It fills the rectangle with whichever foreground color you have selected.
Hand ToolHand Tool (H)
Use this for moving your entire image within a window. If you are zoomed in close and your image area is larger than the window, you can use the Hand Tool to navigate around your image. Left click and drag.
You can get to this tool at any time whilst using any other tool by pressing and holding the Space bar.
Zoom ToolZoom Tool (Z)
Use this tool to zoom into your image. Pressing and holding the Alt key will reverse the action. Holding the Shift key will zoom all of the windows you have open at the same time. Double-click on the Zoom Tool in the palette to go back to 100% view.
Color PickerColor Picker
Almost at the bottom of the tool bar you will find your color boxes. Foreground (in the front) and Background (in the back). Click on either one to bring up the color select dialog box.
Quick MaskQuick Mask
Lastly there is the Quick Mask mode. This enables selection of specified areas that have been masked using the brush tool after Quick mask has been pressed. To enable the selection, re press the quick mask mode when all areas required have been painted with the red mask.


Adobe PhotoShop Basic Tools

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A quick guide to Adobe Photoshop’s Basic Tools palette with a description of each tool’s functions and shortcuts. The hidden tools have not been covered here as this is just a quick start guide. For more in depth details and functions please refer to the relevant tutorials as they are presented. Essential for those brand new to Photoshop.
All the keyboard shortcuts are in ( ).

Move ToolMove Tool (V)
Use this tool to move things by left clicking with the mouse.
Usually it is used it to move a Layer around after it has been placed.
Rectangular Marquee ToolRectangular Marquee Tool (M)
This tool is for making selections on your image in a rectangular shape.
This changes the area of your image that is affected by other tools or actions to be within the defined shape.
Holding the [Shift] key while dragging your selection, restricts the shape to a perfect square.
Holding the [Alt] key while dragging sets the center of the rectangle to where your cursor began.
Lasso ToolLasso Tool (L)
Use this to draw selections in whatever shape you would like. This tool is not very accurate for going around fine areas but works well if you just want to select a large area.
Magic Wand ToolMagic Wand Tool (W)
This tool is used to select a color range. It will select the block of color, or transparency, based on wherever you click. In the Options Bar at the top, you can change the Tolerance to make your selections more/less precise.
Crop ToolCrop Tool (C)
The Crop Tool will crop your image or part of your image to the size you specify in the values boxes in the options bar at the top. Press the Enter/Return key, to commit the crop.
Eyedropper ToolEyedropper Tool (I)
This tool works by changing your foreground color to whatever color you click on. pressing the [X] key will toggle between your background and foreground color.
Healing Brush ToolHealing Brush Tool (J)
Use this tool to repair scratches, specs and dust on images and to remove small areas that need cleaning up. Choose your cursor/brush size, then holding the [Alt] key, you select a nice/clean area of your image. Let go of the Alt key and paint over the area to be removed by holding down the left click on the mouse.
Brush ToolBrush Tool (B)
This tool paints on your image, in whatever color you have selected, and whatever size you have selected, by holding down the left click on the mouse. There are various options for the brush tools sizes and shapes which can be found in the options bar.
It is also used on layer masks for showing or hiding parts of the image. (Advanced)
Clone Stamp ToolClone Stamp Tool (S)
This tool is similar to the Healing Brush Tool (see above). You use it the exact same way, except this tool doesn’t blend at the end. It creates a direct copy of the information from the first selected area to the second, ie, cloning the sampled area.
History Brush ToolHistory Brush Tool (H)
This tool works in a similar way to the Brush Tool, except the information that it paints with is from the original state of your image. If you go Window > History, you can see the History Palette. The History Brush tool paints with the information from whatever History state is selected.
Eraser ToolEraser Tool (E)
This tool works like an eraser and erases the information wherever you left click and drag.
If you’re on a Layer, it will erase the information with a transparent. If you are on the background layer, it will erase with whichever secondary color you have selected.
Gradient ToolGradient Tool (G)
With this tool you can make a gradient of colors. It creates a blending of your foreground color and background color when you click and drag it.
Blur ToolBlur Tool (R)
The Blur tool is self explanatory and makes parts of your image blur. Left click and drag to make things blurry.
Dodge ToolDodge Tool (O)
This tool is used to lighten whichever area you use it on. It can be set to Highlights, Midtones or shadows in the options bar at the top of the program.
Pen ToolPen Tool (P)
Use this tool for making accurate selections. You use the tool by clicking to add a point. If you click and drag, it will change the shape of your path, allowing you to bend and shape the path for accurate selections and such. It takes a little time to learn this tool.
Horizontal Type ToolHorizontal Type Tool (T)
This tool creates text. Click a single point, and start typing. Click on the move tool to move the text around.
Path Selection ToolPath Selection Tool (A)
This tool is used when working with paths. As this is only the basic tools it won’t be covered here.
Rectangle ToolRectangle Tool (U)
This tool, by default, draws a Shape Layer in the form of a rectangle. It fills the rectangle with whichever foreground color you have selected.
Hand ToolHand Tool (H)
Use this for moving your entire image within a window. If you are zoomed in close and your image area is larger than the window, you can use the Hand Tool to navigate around your image. Left click and drag.
You can get to this tool at any time whilst using any other tool by pressing and holding the Space bar.
Zoom ToolZoom Tool (Z)
Use this tool to zoom into your image. Pressing and holding the Alt key will reverse the action. Holding the Shift key will zoom all of the windows you have open at the same time. Double-click on the Zoom Tool in the palette to go back to 100% view.
Color PickerColor Picker
Almost at the bottom of the tool bar you will find your color boxes. Foreground (in the front) and Background (in the back). Click on either one to bring up the color select dialog box.
Quick MaskQuick Mask
Lastly there is the Quick Mask mode. This enables selection of specified areas that have been masked using the brush tool after Quick mask has been pressed. To enable the selection, re press the quick mask mode when all areas required have been painted with the red mask.


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PayPerPost lets you pick your advertisers, name your own price and negotiate your own deals. You can get paid to blog on virtually any subject. You get notified about leads and opportunities in the email address you have used to sign up. The minimum payout for pay per post is 50$

2) SocialSpark:

SocialSpark is a blog marketing network that connects advertisers with bloggers through an online marketplace. This Site is also quite similar to PayPerPost and also belongs to the same company Izea (the owners of Sponsored Tweets). Bloggers can make money blogging by either placing ads on blogs or writing blog reviews.

3) Sponzai:

Sponzai is a network using which you can get guest post for Sponsors write their own guest post including multimedia and links. Sponsors then select the blogs on which they want to distribute their pre-written post. Bloggers earn cash for posting the content.

4) SponsoredReviews:

Similar to PayPerPost and Social Spark, Sponsored Reviews is a site which will help you get advertisers who will pay you for writing reviews about their blogs, websites and products.

5) Review Me:

Like the others Review Me is also a good site to get paid review offers. As their logo says “See what a review looks like!” You control what you review. You will be paid $20.00 to $200.00 for each completed review that you post on your site.

5) Smorty:

Using Smorty you can get paid for publishing Pay per Click advertising in your blog as well as for writing reviews about products and services in your blog. You will like  Smorty because they pay from $6 to $100 for each post and they pay-out weekly. You are allowed to have multiple blogs.

6) BlogAdvertisingStore:

BAS brings together bloggers and advertisers providing an easy to use marketplace built to allow blog advertisers target the exact kind of blogger to promote their products.

7) PayU2Blog:

Like the others, PayU2Blog is a pretty good site to get some review jobs. You will be paid in every 2 weeks via PayPal.

8 ) Blogging Ads:


“Get Paid to Blog”. “Make Money Blogging”. “Blog for Cash”. How many times have you heard or read that? Another Paid review and paid post network. The average pay for each post through this network is $5.

9) BuyBlogReviews:

Bloggers get paid to post reviews on your site. Payment is sent every two weeks thats 1st and 15th of every month. BuyBlogReviews charge only 30% which means you get 70% from each review so you get to learn quite a lot for yourself.

10) LinkWorth:

LinkWorth offers a variety of monetization options for bloggers likes text link ads, paid blog reviews, in-text links, in-content pay per click ads, rotating text ads, hosted content pages, article submission, directory submission and many more.. LinkWorth gives up to 70% of the revenue for its ads.

11) BloggerWave:

Although Bloggerwave is a smaller paid blogging network and lists fewer open job opportunties, their site is very blogger-friendly and easy to to navigate. Bloggers here get paid a minimum of $10 for each completed and approved post. Bloggerwave also pays on time.

12) Blogitive:

Once you are approved to the Blogitive system, you are given access to opportunities from companies to post about their news releases. You are paid per posting.

13) LoudLaunch:

Earn more with your blog. Get paid to participate in relevant, high quality, online advertising campaigns from top companies. With LoudLaunch the amount you are paid per post is based on your blog ranking? LoudLaunch allows bloggers to be compensated for distributing our advertisers LoudLaunch press releases.

14 ) Blogsvertise:

Blogsvertise! It’s simple. Earn cash and generate extra income from your blog! Once approved, your blog goes into the assignment queue. The blogsvertise administrator then assigns writing tasks for what our advertisers want you to mention in your blog.

15) BlogToProfit:

We connect you with advertisers that are interested in sponsoring your blog, you post to your blog and get paid!

16) BlogPostsForSale:

Get paid for blogging. Write about web sites, products, services, and companies and earn cash for providing your opinion and valuable feedback to advertisers.

 

Sites That Pay For Your Blogs

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LinkFromBlog.com is a marketplace where Advertisers buy blog reviews from niche blogs, Bloggers combine blogging hobby with ethic way of earnings, LinkFromBlog.com is the Here I will Earn lot Am maintaining Lots Of Blogs by the buy blog links


Advertise with my Blog


LinkFromBlog:

Earn with your blog, write legitimate reviews, survey or opinions of advertisers products and services.

And 16 sites that Pay for you Blog




1 ) PayPerPost:

PayPerPost lets you pick your advertisers, name your own price and negotiate your own deals. You can get paid to blog on virtually any subject. You get notified about leads and opportunities in the email address you have used to sign up. The minimum payout for pay per post is 50$

2) SocialSpark:

SocialSpark is a blog marketing network that connects advertisers with bloggers through an online marketplace. This Site is also quite similar to PayPerPost and also belongs to the same company Izea (the owners of Sponsored Tweets). Bloggers can make money blogging by either placing ads on blogs or writing blog reviews.

3) Sponzai:

Sponzai is a network using which you can get guest post for Sponsors write their own guest post including multimedia and links. Sponsors then select the blogs on which they want to distribute their pre-written post. Bloggers earn cash for posting the content.

4) SponsoredReviews:

Similar to PayPerPost and Social Spark, Sponsored Reviews is a site which will help you get advertisers who will pay you for writing reviews about their blogs, websites and products.

5) Review Me:

Like the others Review Me is also a good site to get paid review offers. As their logo says “See what a review looks like!” You control what you review. You will be paid $20.00 to $200.00 for each completed review that you post on your site.

5) Smorty:

Using Smorty you can get paid for publishing Pay per Click advertising in your blog as well as for writing reviews about products and services in your blog. You will like  Smorty because they pay from $6 to $100 for each post and they pay-out weekly. You are allowed to have multiple blogs.

6) BlogAdvertisingStore:

BAS brings together bloggers and advertisers providing an easy to use marketplace built to allow blog advertisers target the exact kind of blogger to promote their products.

7) PayU2Blog:

Like the others, PayU2Blog is a pretty good site to get some review jobs. You will be paid in every 2 weeks via PayPal.

8 ) Blogging Ads:


“Get Paid to Blog”. “Make Money Blogging”. “Blog for Cash”. How many times have you heard or read that? Another Paid review and paid post network. The average pay for each post through this network is $5.

9) BuyBlogReviews:

Bloggers get paid to post reviews on your site. Payment is sent every two weeks thats 1st and 15th of every month. BuyBlogReviews charge only 30% which means you get 70% from each review so you get to learn quite a lot for yourself.

10) LinkWorth:

LinkWorth offers a variety of monetization options for bloggers likes text link ads, paid blog reviews, in-text links, in-content pay per click ads, rotating text ads, hosted content pages, article submission, directory submission and many more.. LinkWorth gives up to 70% of the revenue for its ads.

11) BloggerWave:

Although Bloggerwave is a smaller paid blogging network and lists fewer open job opportunties, their site is very blogger-friendly and easy to to navigate. Bloggers here get paid a minimum of $10 for each completed and approved post. Bloggerwave also pays on time.

12) Blogitive:

Once you are approved to the Blogitive system, you are given access to opportunities from companies to post about their news releases. You are paid per posting.

13) LoudLaunch:

Earn more with your blog. Get paid to participate in relevant, high quality, online advertising campaigns from top companies. With LoudLaunch the amount you are paid per post is based on your blog ranking? LoudLaunch allows bloggers to be compensated for distributing our advertisers LoudLaunch press releases.

14 ) Blogsvertise:

Blogsvertise! It’s simple. Earn cash and generate extra income from your blog! Once approved, your blog goes into the assignment queue. The blogsvertise administrator then assigns writing tasks for what our advertisers want you to mention in your blog.

15) BlogToProfit:

We connect you with advertisers that are interested in sponsoring your blog, you post to your blog and get paid!

16) BlogPostsForSale:

Get paid for blogging. Write about web sites, products, services, and companies and earn cash for providing your opinion and valuable feedback to advertisers.

 

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Mechanism and Uses of Relays

Relays are electrically operated switches are fundamentally used to reduce the use of heavy gauge wiring and huge expensive high current switches. 

A small, economical, low current switch and connected small gauge wiring can be used to trigger a high current device like starter motor. Relays also allow the small outputs of a computer to control large power components.

It mechanism is by using a small current, primary coil of wire to create a magnetic field which engages the heavy duty links within the relay. Main purpose Of the Relays is to remain from running high voltage and current all the way through the firewall to prevent fires.



Relays are used for:

1. Amplify the digital signal,
2. A telegraph relay is used for repeating a weak signal,
3. Protection relays Used for Detecting and isolating the faults circuit breakers.
4. Relays also used to controlling the room occupancy detectors to conserve energy.
5. Switching to a standby power supply.
6. Current flowing in the disk maintains magnetic field for a short time and lengthening release time.

Types of Relays

Mil Spec Relays
Electromechanical Relays
Electrical Relays
Latching Relays
PCB Relays
Plug-in Relays
Power Relays Sensor
Relays Socket Relays
Solid State Relays
Time Delay Relays
Reed relay
Mercury-wetted relay
Solid state contactor relay and so on

Before buying the Relays You Should Check the Quality and Assurance Of each Product.




Important Uses Of Relays

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Mechanism and Uses of Relays

Relays are electrically operated switches are fundamentally used to reduce the use of heavy gauge wiring and huge expensive high current switches. 

A small, economical, low current switch and connected small gauge wiring can be used to trigger a high current device like starter motor. Relays also allow the small outputs of a computer to control large power components.

It mechanism is by using a small current, primary coil of wire to create a magnetic field which engages the heavy duty links within the relay. Main purpose Of the Relays is to remain from running high voltage and current all the way through the firewall to prevent fires.



Relays are used for:

1. Amplify the digital signal,
2. A telegraph relay is used for repeating a weak signal,
3. Protection relays Used for Detecting and isolating the faults circuit breakers.
4. Relays also used to controlling the room occupancy detectors to conserve energy.
5. Switching to a standby power supply.
6. Current flowing in the disk maintains magnetic field for a short time and lengthening release time.

Types of Relays

Mil Spec Relays
Electromechanical Relays
Electrical Relays
Latching Relays
PCB Relays
Plug-in Relays
Power Relays Sensor
Relays Socket Relays
Solid State Relays
Time Delay Relays
Reed relay
Mercury-wetted relay
Solid state contactor relay and so on

Before buying the Relays You Should Check the Quality and Assurance Of each Product.




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Copper.net  provides dsl service up to 125 X's faster with uninterrupted Connections , 5 Copper.net email accounts, 30 Hours of back up dial up service, Toll Free U.S. based support, 100% Customer Satisfaction to Areas Ranges From Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Wyoming, Georgia         Maryland, New Mexico, South Dakota  to Various Areas In United States.

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I have been in love with Copper.net, Copper.net Broadband Internet it is very trouble-free to use, Very steadfast. Technical support is knowledgeable, well-mannered and long-suffering! One of the features that captivated me was excellent consumer ratings. I will recommend Copper.net to one and all I know. Thankfulness for providing this outstanding service at a sensible price.

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