An image editing tool does not change the original images of your images – it adds a custom layer of images to the images created or edited. Many images of your photos are taken by your friends. To add a custom layer of images to the original, click on the layer’s photo and select the Edit menu. In the Layer settings dialog box, select Custom Layer and click OK.
Do I need to choose an image, or can I use an image from a folder full of photos?
You can import any photo into your photo editing tool. This is useful for a simple edit or when you need a quick edit of just one photo as in the example below:
A man who was shot by police after he entered his home on Sunday near a house used by the family’s pet dog has undergone eight surgeries and is recovering at Boston Medical Center.
Police said Daniel C. Sullivan, 40, entered his home on West Main Street in Dorchester around 8 p.m. Sunday and went inside as “he believed an intruder was still inside.” Officers arrived, entered the front door through the kitchen window and then heard a “pop.”
“He had drawn a knife,” the Boston Police Commissioner said at a press conference on Monday. “He had a shotgun and began moving around the house, attempting to enter as many places as he could in order to gain entry into the home.”
Video shows Sullivan shooting repeatedly and running inside. Sullivan eventually retreated outside to a porch and a white Toyota Corolla.
“He continued to move about the property trying to get into the home as well as to gain access to vehicles, and at some point, the weapon discharged,” said Boston Police Commissioner William Evans, according to the Boston Globe in its own article on the shooting.
Several dozen police cruisers and dozens of police officers surrounded Sullivan’s house with dogs and other officers wearing body cameras. Sullivan then ran into a nearby yard but was apprehended about an hour later, police said.
Sullivan was taken to Boston Medical Center with a bullet wound that doctors said “could have severely” impeded his breathing, according to the Globe. He was in critical condition as of Monday evening and is expected to survive.
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“He has a good outlook,” chief of staff Mark C. Evans