I think Photoshop is really cool and yesterday was my first time using it. Four things nonprofessional photographers would use Photoshop for are: to keep track of their photos, to make their photos look better, to present their photos in a creative way, and to share their photos with others. Three ways for applying edits in a quick fix are thumbnail previews, slide bars, and the auto button. Saturation is the intensity of the color. Hue is the overall color. I learned how to edit parts of a photo using the hand tool to select parts of the photo. I learned the quick fix controls and how they each work differently to get what you want. Is there a way to cut part of a photo out and add a different background?
Hand tool: hold spacebar
Undo (zap): ctrl z
Marching ants: ctrl d
Brush size: (increase) ] (decrease) [