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How to use the Vanishing Point Tool in Photoshop

By learning the Vanishing Point Tool, perspective-correct editing in images that contain perspective planes will be simplified. For example, the sides of a building, walls, floors, or any rectangular object.

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How to use Quick Selection Tool in Photoshop

There are two distinct ways that you are able to select parts of an image in Adobe Photoshop. For this blog we will use the Quick Selection Tool, which can be used to swiftly cover a section using a modifiable round brush tip.

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Create Panoramic images with Photomerge

The ability to take panoramic images with your mobile device proved to be a stellar idea. Keeping this in mind, Photoshop introduced the Photomerge command that combines numerous images into one incessant image. Make sure to note that Photomerge can overlap images vertically and horizontally. This blog will show you an example of this very command, so keep on reading.

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How to use Masking in Photoshop

Masking can be used to hide portions of one layer and reveal the layers below. This is one of the many reasons why masking is considered a valuable composition technique for combining numerous photos into a single image.

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How to use HDR Toning to create a dramatic effect

HDR (High Dynamic Range) image is originally generated from numerous exposures, however Photoshop’s HDR Toning effect lets you simulate this effect in a single image. HDR Images are usually created using numerous photographs, each captured with a different exposure. However, it is understandable to not have the time to take multiple images, this is where HDR adjustments come in handy.

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Microsoft Excel

The PMT Function in Excel

PMT is an abbreviation for payment. The PMT function calculates the regular payment that needs to be made for an amount of money, based on a fixed interest rate and for a fixed duration. It is ideal for estimating the regular repayments to be made for a loan, but remember that in most situations fees, taxes and charges are added, so check with your lending institution first.

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The DATE Function in Excel

The DATE function in Microsoft Excel is used to assemble a date from three separate pieces of data, being the year, month and day. This is useful if the information is provided in separate columns and you need to combine them. DATE will take the year, month and day and convert them to a single serial number representing the date. The result is automatically formatted as a date.

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The NOW Function in Excel

The NOW function returns the current date based on the computer’s system date, the NOW function returns the current date and the current time. While the NOW function can be used for dates, it is mostly used for working with time arithmetic. Read on to learn how to use this function!

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The TODAY Function in Excel

Excel converts dates into sequential numbers beginning from January 1, 1900, you will be able to use a range of special functions dedicated to dates. The TODAY function returns the sequential numbers for today’s date and will update accordingly if the workbook is opened on another day. Get excited!

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The MOD Function in Excel

The MOD function is useful maths function that will return the remainder after a division has taken place. MOD is an abbreviation of modulo or modulus. While it actually performs division based on the two arguments that must be given, it only returns the amount remaining after that division has occurred. Follow on to learn how it works!