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imprint (prin, print ; scand, print) A mark left by something, usually on a surface; a print impression. — early 19c., “impression made by something touching the surface,” from imprint (n.1) + -ment. As a verb, early 15c., from imprint “mark.” The term is no longer merely descriptive in modern usage but often has quite suggestive and figurative connotations.

Origin of Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop is a professional image-editing software developed by Adobe Systems. The name originates from the abbreviation of photopaint, a software for creating simulated photographic effects. Released in 1992, Photoshop aspired to be a digital version of Adobe’s original Photoshop, “an inexpensive version of the real thing.” Today Photoshop is considered the flagship product of Adobe’s Creative Suite. The software is compatible with PCs and can be used on Macs as well.

Photoshop uses a dual layered compositing system for text and image editing. The program uses a dual layered feature to lay any image over any other layer. You can use any tool and apply it to any layer. When you delete one layer, the image on the next layer is deleted too. Photoshop also has a file workspace that is constantly adding and removing layers for editing.

The program has many advanced features such as collaging, clipping, erasing, drawing, pasting, transforming, and compositing layers. It is commonly used for image retouching and color adjustment. It also has a photo-retouching feature and works well with color gradients and opacity manipulation.

Adobe Photoshop’s basic image editing technology has been developed over a period of ten years (1980-1990). Photoshop was first available in a beta version on December 2, 1992. The earliest version of Photoshop is the first version number “1.”

In addition, Photoshop had been used in graphic arts, print, and image processing for the graphics design field. Starting in 1993, Photoshop became a popular image editing tool and has worked to be the industry standard in the image editing field.

History of Photoshop

As early as 1980, there was a great need for a totally personal computerized graphics package that would enable artists and graphic designers to create high-quality graphics on a computer, and ideally, the computer should actually do more than just copy and paste bitmapped,

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With the help of Photoshop Elements, you can edit any type of image, create Web graphics and design graphics, and easily add text to an image.

You can use Photoshop Elements with the trial version of Photoshop for 10 days. After you have the full version, you’ll have 100 free trial versions.

You can follow these steps to install the Photoshop Elements 10 trial

Open Photoshop Elements Install the trial version by clicking on “Install Trial” on the bottom-right corner of the main menu. A prompt box will appear showing a license agreement. If you agree, click on “Next.”

Choose the Upgrade option when prompted. It will calculate the price and show you a prompt message “You’ll get your free license keys directly to your email.” Accept the offer and wait for the license keys.

In your email, you’ll see the license keys to activate Photoshop Elements. Use the key to activate the download.

Now, when you launch Photoshop Elements, you’ll be able to install and use the software for 10 days.

Use Photoshop Elements to Edit Images

For all its simplicity, Photoshop Elements is a great graphics editing tool. You can change the color of any part of an image using the tonal curves tool. You can easily sharpen or blur images. For this reason, I suggest learning to use this tool as soon as possible.

You can edit images with two tools: the Adjustments tool and the Layers panel.

First, use the Adjustments tool to make basic adjustments to an image.

Choose Adjustments tool from the Tools menu.

Then, use the Zoom slider to change the level of your image. Drag the Zoom slider to make your image larger or smaller.

Use the Curves slider to change the contrast of your image. You can control the shape of the curve to get sharp or soft edges.

When you zoom out, you can click on the little dots on the edges of the image to find the image section. You can expand the section to make a selection. You can use the selection in a variety of ways, from changing the color of just the selected part, to cropping the section out.

You can also use the Adjustments tool to add a creative color scheme to your images.

The image below is a portrait of a man made in

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How to get the last record in a while loop?

I have a table named “client” and I’m trying to display a list of the last “client” record by date.
So far I have:
DECLARE @curent clientId
DECLARE @startDate datetime
SET @startDate = GetDate()
SELECT @curent = ClientId FROM client

WHILE EXISTS (SELECT ClientId FROM client WHERE ClientId = @curent)
SELECT ClientId FROM client WHERE ClientId = @curent
SET @curent = @curent + 1

This works fine. However it doesn’t return the last client record by date. Any idea how to get it?
I want the last record in my current table, but not in a new one. How do I do it?
This is how I want my result:
Date ClientId


Use order by and limit, and put your logic in the where clause. Note that you must use the implicit cursor variable @cur to store the result set of the query (from SELECT).
DECLARE @startDate datetime;
SET @startDate = GetDate()

DECLARE @cnt bigint;
SET @cnt = 1;

SELECT * FROM client
OPEN @cur;

INTO @curent;

SELECT ClientId FROM client WHERE ClientId = @curent;
SET @curent = @curent + 1;

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Editor’s note: This story has been revised to include Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon’s latest statement.

A Wyoming man wanted in connection with the shooting death of a man in Boise last weekend was taken into custody late Sunday morning.

Tyler R. Willhite, 22, was apprehended in Harrison County around 11:30 p.m. Sunday, according to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office.

Willhite was wanted for felony murder in the death of 21-year-old Brandon Snyder.

After the fatal shooting, police say Willhite then called Snyder’s father and told him that Snyder had thrown a knife at him. Police say Snyder then ran to his family’s vehicle and sped away.

Snyder died on Tuesday, Nov. 26, after he was taken to a Boise hospital.

The Idaho Statesman reports that it is unclear how the Smith, Oklahoma, man ended up in Harrison County, but the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office did not have any other details about Willhite’s arrest.

Willhite faces a first-degree felony murder charge, as well as a charge of kidnapping in the robbery and shooting of Snyder, according to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office. He is being held in the Harrison County Jail.

A warrant for Willhite was issued early Saturday.

The Idaho Department of Corrections told the Statesman that Willhite is being held on a $1 million bond. If convicted, he could face a life sentence with no chance of parole.

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