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Choose magic wand tool set options to: 1, levels Tolerance Anti-alias on Click on background white Holding shift down click inside handle, to add to the existing selection. Invert selection shift+ctrl+I Make a new adjustment layer Solid color, white Apply a layer style of stroke Done. Your values may be different as scale might change things. ...
This is called chromatic aberration. Here's an example from Wikimedia: The Oculus Developer Guide (PDF) provides a nice explanation: Chromatic aberration is a visual artifact seen when viewing images through lenses. The phenomenon causes colored fringes to be visible around objects, and is increasingly more apparent as our view shifts away from the ...
A good lesson for nearly any graphic design student is to learn how to design without leaning on software automation to do it for you. :) That said, this couldn't be automated very well to begin with. It's simply 'design' in the sense that someone took the time to carefully draw it. As for the particular style, it's 'art deco'...which is quite appropriate ...
To me Photoshop + Illustrator combination works best: Photoshop: Go to: Image > Image Size...> and resize it to 200%. The resize scale depends on the image and is to make sure that the shape blur used in the next step is not too big. Go to: Filter > Blur > Shape Blur... >. Use minimum blur radius (5px), select Shapes object group from a ...
Grab the Pen Tool and manually draw two paths - one around the bulk of the pitcher, ignoring the handle, then one around the handle. Then combine the vector/shape layers for the shapes into one layer. Add a stroke if a vector layer, or add a stroke via Layer Styles.
Well among what could be many answers—right here. We're all different levels of experience, and in different aspects of graphic design. Some more web, others more print, others more technical drawings, etc... But we're all here to help people just like you (and each other, because we don't know everything either). I agree with John Manly's comment. ...
Lauren clearly covered it but I'll post as an answer to accept Choose image > Canvas Size Then input your new canvas size and then select ok
If you want to do it in photoshop you need every frame in a layer and make an animated gif out of these layers. It is alot easier to make those things in a 3d editing program, for instance the pack of cigarettes in a 3d program you can create a rectangle and put the textures on each side. In photoshop you would have to draw every frame.
This effect can normally be found under the name RGB Twitch, RGB Slide, RGB distortion, RGB displacement, etc. So, from what you can see, this is a visual reference to the old RGB screens that on occasion would show the image with the colour channels displaced, thus resulting in unexpected or undesired effects. There are several ways of doing this, and ...
I think the best way to make editable gradients that can be edited or changed easily whenever and however u please, is to use > add layer style > Gradient overlay . Then at any time, from the layer of the gradient: you can click on the effects icon (eye icon) > gradient ovelay icon and edit it as you may wish .(of course in the PSD file) .
I found the solution. Turning off snap-to-grid fixes this behavior.
The comments on this blog post say CS 5.1 works fine on Yosemite: http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/2014/10/photoshop-and-mac-osx-10-10-yosemite.html
You cannot copy Illustrator settings like stroke into Photoshop unless you place it as a smart object preserving everything. You can still apply layer styles to the smart object and edit the content in Illustrator. Which should cover most of your use-cases. You just wont have a shape layer. So your choices are shape or smart object.
So, since no one wants to answer your question but just argue with your method, I'll complete the answer: The easiest way to do this is to record an action. Open the Actions Palette. Open any image that you want to modify. Create a new action called "Double DPI" (or something) Hit "Record" Change the resolution or just the DPI of the image (which doesn't ...
Not sure what the issue is. Opening your top GIF with Photoshop CC2014 suffers from the same stop half way through. However, I was able to access all frames by: Opening your top gif with Fireworks CS6 Export as animated GIF Open that new animated GIF with Photoshop CC2014 Then, and only then, were all frames present in Photoshop. Here's the gif after ...
Select the white background, invert the selection, grow the selection by 1 pixel, and then shrink. Take the result, push into illustrator or Inkscape, and convert to a path:
This appears to be a bug in the application which has been reported here. (I am the Product Manager responsible for this feature, so I would love to be able to fix it in the next release!)
One option that came to my mind is save it using the Slice Tool: 1. With the Slice Tool selected, click on the "Slices from Guides" button at the top. 2. File → Save for Web 3. Select the "Slice Select Tool" (or press C) and select the slice you want to save (if you want to save multiple slides, select the additional ones while holding Shift down). 4. ...
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