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A great way to mask effects is using graphic symbols, you get to edit the inner elements like in an isolated mode on illustrator and still have a clean mask; the only thing is that it doesn't accept blend modes inside the symbol.


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I know this is really old, but this technique is really useful, make a black square and text layer on top white; group them; go to live filters "other > convert to alpha", go to "adjust color > color fill" and choose your color in this case white, after that you can change the opacity as you want. The good thing about this, text is still editable just use ...


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If you want it just for a quick thing, you can always use double layers one for the square and one for the stroke, select the strokes and apply the "erase" blend mode, change the background to transparent and save for web, done. Another method that might work if the squares will be only one color is to use the convert to alpha live effect, I use this pretty ...


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I suggest using the adjustment layers, found at the lowest portion of your layers panel. It's the black and white circular icon. When you click this icon, you will find all the standard adjustment options: curves, hue/saturation, and levels. Create this layer above your image and make adjustments until the areas you want adjusted are satisfactory. Then ...


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Use the wand how you see fit to select the area you don't want to adjust contrast to; then duplicate the selection to a new layer in the same position. Then adjust the contrast on the original layer how you want, thus leaving the top layer unaffected. The problem you may get though is that the adjusted layer may look too different to the original and it ...


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The Publishing View in Microsoft Word 2007 lets you maneuver all text and graphics very easily. You can create text boxes just like in InDesign, use rulers and guides to align text, group or ungroup objects, insert info graphic shapes using circles, squares, and rectangles, and more. I've been using Word tools for over 3 months to develop creative, info ...


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In this specific case vectorization is not just easy its brain dead easy. Just: paste image in illustrator hit the live trace adjust live trace settings to 4 colors and set path fitting to 0 px Ignore white on expand object -> path -> simplify Angle threshold to 90 Straight lines. Now there is only one kink in the darker of the two transparent areas ...


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Alright the lazy way: Open the first screenshot with the white background in photoshop. Magic Wand on White Delete Delete the Background Layer Save For Web End result with the History showing: I suspect you can do this in Fireworks too but I never touch that. I agree with others though that doing this in Illustrator as vector would be a better option. ...


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Duplicate the entire group of objects. On the duplicate set, make all the squares 100% opaque and change to color to black, leaving the white stroke. (You can simply add a blend of color overlay). Add a full-white layer below for easier alignment, then flatten all the layers of the duplicate set along with the new white layer. You should now have a black ...


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Your best bet is to use your current work as a guide and recreate the squares using opaque colors. This will also alleviate your intersecting problem. Create guides around your squares. Create squares using the selector or shape tool (vector might give you longer mileage)


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also, there's Image > Mode > Duotone: setting one to your color choosen, and one to white or grey there are a multitude of ways to do what you're asking.


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Simple answer: add a Hue/Saturation layer and turn down the saturation slider. Select colorize and adjust the hue to choose your color.


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You don't actually sound like you want greyscale. You want a toned image. In Photoshop.... Image > Adjustments > Desaturate Add a new layer above and fill it with #52524A Set #52524A layer Blend Mode to color Add a mask to allow the color to only cover the image area (and leave transparent areas transparent.) You can do the same exact thing by ...


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Is this what your referencing? the #52524A color as the top most of grayscale. this was achieved via image > adjustments > gradient map. and setting the black to #52524A.


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To make the entire image grayscale: image -> adjustment -> black and white First, understand that greyscale is a scale of bright-to-dark values that have nothing to do with color. Two very different colors can appear very similar or identical if you simply desaturate the image, because only the color, not the tonal ("grey") value, was providing the ...



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