The Seahorse Family
There are many practical things you do not typically learn in school—how to open a bank account, how to adjust your Facebook privacy settings, and how to identify different members of the seahorse family. Well, today I'd like to take this opportunity to teach you one of the aforementioned and hopefully you'll find a way to apply your newfound knowledge to your life, maybe even becoming a famous zoologist.
This picture shows four types of seahorses: a winged one, a regular one, an orange snakey one, and a winged one with dimples. If you download the picture and put it into Photoshop, go to “Image,” then “Adjustments,” and finally “Hue/Saturation,” you can play with the little sliders and change the seahorses to all sorts of colors. Each one of those colors represents a different sub-species, which you may call whatever you want, since animals' common names are so arbitrary, anyway.
That's about it. May your Photoshop experiments with seahorses go swimmingly.
The Picture Pharmacist