Using Paint Shop Pro

CS 102

Mar. 4, 1998

First, I'll demonstrate several of the features of Paint Shop Pro. Then, I want you to experiment: paint a picture, modify an image you've downloaded from the Web, design a sign with a transparent background, and/or design some bullets or buttons.

Paint Shop Pro

Experiment with Paint Shop Pro. Grab a GIF or JPEG file and edit it. Try painting your own image. Try:

  1. Opening an image file.

  2. Saving an image file. File formats. Interlaced GIF. Transparency.

  3. Using the browser to view results.

  4. Getting help.

  5. Undo.

  6. Flip, mirror, rotate.

  7. Foreground, background color. Selecting each. Swapping them.

  8. Increasing, decreasing color depth.

  9. Count colors used.

  10. Filters. Minimum color depth.

  11. Filter browsing.

  12. Brightness, contrast, alpha value, saturation.

  13. Making a watermark by adjusting color information.

  14. Negative, grayscale.

  15. Painting.

Thomas P. Kelliher
Wed Mar 4 07:42:34 EST 1998
Tom Kelliher