As with any other software, you won’t get the most out of Photoshop if you don’t pay attention to the details. You should learn the basics of Photoshop — from setting up a document to saving your work — before you use it for serious image processing and editing. Recognizing the Basic Elements of Photoshop Unless you have a great memory, you have little chance of remembering all the nuances that make Photoshop so powerful. Most people just want to get the job done and don’t always care much for the details. You need to get a fundamental understanding of how Photoshop works before you can begin to use it — and even then, you may be able to use Photoshop as a tool more easily than as a theory. Getting the most out of Photoshop requires knowing how to set up a document, naming layers and making selections, and protecting the image from accidentally changing or being hidden. Understanding the basic elements of Photoshop may actually help you better understand and remember all the features and techniques of Photoshop. Setting up a document for editing PhotoShop documents are created in layers. At the top of each layer, you see its name and the number of pixels contained in that layer. After you work with a document for a while, you can use the Photoshop Organizer (see Figure 10-1) to help you keep track of your work. The Organizer displays your recently opened documents, documents that you have opened but not yet worked on, and documents that you have created. By default, the Organizer displays the name of the document and whether it contains layers. The Organizer also displays the name of the currently active layer and a list of the layers in your document. You can easily add and remove layers to your document, and they also provide a nifty, thumbnail-sized view of your document. **Figure 10-1:** Use the Organizer to keep track of your work with the image. To change the Organizer’s view, click the drop-down menu in the Organizer window and choose among nine different views: Recently Used, Documents, Layers, Groups, Files, Comments, Filters, Actions, and Customization. When editing a document, it helps to use a separate work area to create and modify the layers, instead of working on a single document window. This approach works well, especially if you plan on opening and closing documents, creating and deleting layers, or altering the appearance of a layer by using the Dodge, Burn,

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Stone Diamonds (band) Stone Diamonds is an Australian band formed in Perth, Western Australia in 2007. The band consists of singer-guitarist Tamar-Axelle Rosen, guitarist William Hindmarsh and drummer Tomas Jones. The band released their debut, self-titled EP in 2008, which was produced by Ben Boye (Amy Shark, Gyroscope). The band released their debut album, ‘Twist’ in May 2010. Discography Albums Twist (2010) EPs Stone Diamonds (2008) References Category:Australian indie rock groupsQ: Irreducible complex polynomials with few roots Let $f$ be an irreducible complex polynomial of degree $d$ with complex coefficients. Let us write $f(x)=\sum_{i=0}^d a_ix^i$. Suppose that $a_0 eq 0$, and that $|f(x)|\geq \max(\max|a_i|, |a_1|)$ for all $x$. Is it possible to find an algebraic integer $a$ such that $f(a)=0$ and $|a|\leq \frac12\max(\max|a_i|, |a_1|)$? A: Yes. Choose any nonzero $a\in {\bf Q}$, and let $L={\bf Q}(a)$. Then $L$ is a finite extension of ${\bf Q}$, and $f(a)\in L$, so $f(a)$ is a root of a polynomial over $L$ of degree $d$. By the Prime Number Theorem, there exists a prime $p$ such that $p mid d$ and $$|f(a)| \le 2^{ -d} p^{ -d/2}.$$ Thus, $$|a| \le p^{ -d/2}.$$ bib-0028){ref-type=”ref”} ![Effect of firefly‐luciferase fusion on *K* ~m~ (A), *V* ~max~ (B), and *K* ~m,app~ (C) of firefly luciferase for py