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De-Photoshop your graphics

Even if you use Photoshop for your image editing needs, you can still spend hours retouching your images for print. One surefire way to save you time is to use the retouching techniques described in the next two sections.

Toning Your Image

Taking a photo without retouching is like taking a snapshot — no one ever says that a snapshot is a good picture. You’ll look at a toned photo and think, «What is that awful color, and why are they using that tacky white background?»

When shooting images for print (see Figure 7-6 for an example of a toned image) and developing an image for online publication (both of which you can do in Photoshop, as well as using a service), you should try to make the image look as it would when printed.

**Figure 7-6:** By adding a light wash of color and removing unwanted objects, you can create a toned image.

To get the toned look, you can use two techniques. The first is to just lighten or darken the colors of the image and to add a darker background. You can lighten colors by going to Filter⇒Adjustments⇒Levels. You can lighten or darken the colors by dragging the upper-right or lower-left corner handles of the color box (see Figure 7-7). You can also adjust the tint and shade of individual colors with the slider bar.

**Figure 7-7:** Drag the upper-right or lower-left corner handles of the color box to lighten or darken the colors.

Toning can be something of an art. If the light source is in the same place as the subject and if the subject is in the shade, for example, using a light wash of color usually looks best.

The second technique is to not lighten or darken colors, but rather to add a light color wash or remove objects from the photo, thus making the subject lighter than the rest of the photo. To do this, go to Filter⇒Adjustments⇒Brush. Then click the Toolbox icon, the Brush tool, to open the Tool Options window, and then select a brush size (see

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Photoshop for Mac is currently only available for macOS 10.10 or above.

For Windows, you’ll need a recent version of Windows 10 or newer.

If you use Linux, you’ll need Ubuntu 16 or newer.

For OSX, you’ll need MacOS 10.10 or newer.


Installing Photoshop for Windows or Linux usually has no setup and just download the.exe file.

However, installing Photoshop for Mac requires setting up your computer. If you want to make this step before installing the software, check out these guides.

Related: How to set up your laptop or mac for Photoshop

If you want to install on a new machine, check our instructions below.


There are lots of tutorials available, but you’re not looking for them. You don’t need to do anything other than click the blue Download button and you’ll be good.

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Commands for the various elements of Photoshop

You will most likely use commands like Command + L to layer multiple items at once. Sometimes you will also need to select all items on your screen and then Command + A. Other times you will select a specific layer. All of these commands can be accessed using keyboard shortcuts.

Change Angle

Command + T: to toggle between portrait and landscape

Command + N: to add a new guide

Command + G: to create a group

Command + H: to hide the item in the active document

Command + T: to toggle between portrait and landscape

Command + N: to add a new guide

Command + G: to create a group

Command + H: to hide the item in the active document

Command + H: to hide the item in the active document

Command + Alt + H: to show the layer hierarchy

Command + K: to show the layer mask on the item

Command + S: to reset the layer position and visibility

Command + N: to close the selection

Command + F: to increase the frame

Command + L: to decrease the frame

Command + 0: to reset the opacity back to 1

Command + A: to select all items in the active document

Command + Shift

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Dataframe merging via groupby-agg function

I would like to merge a data frame, grouped by a column, like so:
import pandas as pd
import numpy as np

df = pd.DataFrame({
‘A’: [‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘foo’, ‘bar’, ‘foo’, ‘bar’],
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«system variable» vs «file» in XML?

I’m creating a XML document that will be used to configure a computer. It contains information about various things, such as the users configuration, and the services they are running. Right now the parameters that I’m including are strings. When I read in the XML document, I would prefer not to have to do something like:
ProcessParameters = (new System.Diagnostics.ProcessParameters() {UserName = Configuration[«Users:UserName»],… }

It seems to me I can just add the config to the.config file, and use:
ProcessParameters = (new System.Diagnostics.ProcessParameters() {UserName = Configuration[«UserName»]… });

Is that correct? The XML being loaded and parsed is only used by my project, and not on the machine itself, so I’m not worried about portability.
Edit: Seems like I missed a key point – the config file will be static, but the XML I’m loading from it will have no such restrictions.


I think I know what you’re asking, but I have to ask. Why is the config file static? If it’s only used by your app, why make it global? If it’s only being used on one machine, why not store it locally on that machine?
If you want to pull the config from disk and update it periodically without recompiling your app, you can read the file and store the data in a dict.


I actually see your question as a «why the hell am I generating code like this?!» question. The answer is obviously because you’re not and thus you should.
You can just create a static class with the properties you’d like to use in a config file. Then, you can create an instance of that class and set the values. The following is a basic example:
public class Config {
public string SomeValue { get; set; }
public string AnotherValue { get; set; }

public void SomeAction() {
var config = new Config { SomeValue = «I am a value», AnotherValue = «And I’m another!» };

var x = new SomeClass() {
MyConfig = config

The someClass is there to demonstrate that you can

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