Today I took the Brainbench Computer Fundamentals exam for Mac OS X 10.4. The exam was very hard and I didn’t know any of the answers. So its good that I can re-do the test as many times as I need to. After that I finished chapter 19 and started chapter 20 of the Photoshop CC One-on-One: Intermediate course on Lynda.com.
I went to the image pull down menu and selected duplicate. I did this once more. I went to the window menu chose arrange, then I chose 3-up Vertical. In the first window I scrolled over so that I could focus on the younger woman’s face. Then I went to the window menu and chose arrange and match all. I went to the channels panel. I went to the image menu chose mode and chose grayscale. I pressed discard in response to the pop up dialogue. I switched to the second image and turned off all the other colors except blue. Then I went to the image pull down menu and chose mode and chose greyscale. I clicked OK. I clicked over to the last image. I wen tot the image pull down menu once again, and chose mode then lab color. I turned off all the other channels except for the lightness channel. then i wen tot the image menu, mode, and clicked greyscale, then I pressed OK.