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If you really want to do this in a "mechanical" way or if you need to print CMYK + a Pantone, there's a few ways to do it. Here is one: 1) Make a duplicate of your file and keep the original file somewhere. 2) Make a layer mask to isolate the nipple image from the shadow; use a brush with a hardness that isn't below 85% and not 100% either. Don't use ...


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A method you can try in this situation is extract the bottle nipple as you did then do the following. Make the make the image black and white. Add a color fill layer above the bottle nipple layer in the color you need, make it a clipping mask and set the blend mode to multiply. Add another layer and paint a dot(in the color you need) that overlaps the ...


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Duplicate your image layer (CtrlJ) Invert the colors of the new layer (CtrlI) Apply a Gaussian Blur filter (Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur) and pick a radius that obscures all image details but isn't too high Set the opacity of the new layer to 50% (50) Flatten the image (CtrlShiftE) Open the level adjustments menu (CtrlL) Go to the Red channel (Alt3). Drag ...



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