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Short answer: That is impossible. Only media that do not use pixels to be displayed can be unpixelated. Photoshop is, in the end, a raster image program. That means that any file* you make in or export from Photoshop is defined as having pixels. No matter how small those pixels are, you will always see pixels and, thus, pixelation. If you want truly ...


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You can apply the same effect that was mentioned in the previous answer You just have to specifically select the 'Boaters' color Select > Color Range > choose the Boaters color using eye drop > Set Fuzziness to 200% If there are areas that will get selected other than the colors within the 'Boaters' then just deselect using your wand tool Follow the ...


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Because the masks do different things. The clipping mask you show in Photoshop does a slightly different thing. Conceptually you could see it as painting the top image on any opaque pixels in the bottom image so the order makes sense like that. The clipping mask in Illustrator just uses a path to reveal parts of the containing image. The equivalent in ...


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Right click on the crop tool, choose the slice select tool, right click on the image, divide slice, insert the vertical and horizontal number of slices and it is done...


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It could possibly be a Cross Processing Effect. This is the result of developing color print or slide film in the wrong chemical. The effect is great especially that the colors look different. The image has a unique wild color and various contrasts. The picture looks great although the real color of the image is manipulated. You can read more ...


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1 dp (density-independent pixel) = 1 pixel at 160 PPI (or mdpi) From developer.android.com Density-independent pixel (dp) A virtual pixel unit that you should use when defining UI layout, to express layout dimensions or position in a density-independent way. The density-independent pixel is equivalent to one physical pixel on a 160 dpi screen, ...


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Make a mask of the pen only (not shadow), and apply this mask to the ruled paper image. Set the ruled paper image layer above the pen+writing image layer. Set the ruled paper image layer blend mode to "darken." Basically, overlay the rule onto the image, not the other way around. To tweak, you can: make the ruled paper layer greyscale (desaturate); ...


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I'd make a separate layer. Take the picture of the shadow on white (remove the pen itself from this copied layer) and turn that in to a fairly high contrast monochrome image. Use that high contrast image as the layer mask for a new layer. Fill the layer mask with a decent shadow color and/or set it to a subtractive blending mode (multiply, burn, etc) This ...


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Interesting question, and it is an oportunity to debunk the use of Photoshop. Yeap, Photoshop sucks at exporting elements. Almost all graphic designer's tools does. Either use tables or use absolute positioned divs or use an irrational ammount of classes and id. What is an effective approach used by a graphic design when working with a dev team? The ...


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So the question is different and the thought process is different but once you get to a really high level of understanding you'll know that the process is the same as this question: How do I blend a black-background fire image in Photoshop? Most of the time its people wanting to remove the black or white background and leave the rest but the premise is the ...



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