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It's possible the text was created All Caps from the pull out on the Character panel. If so, select all the text unselect the All Caps. See image below. Alternatively you can use this useful resource, and copy / paste the text from your PSD file into the site. You can then convert it to the type of case (Sentence case, lower case, Capitalized Case, etc) and ...


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In offset printing, the only time colors are going to appear "multiply" as on the example is when there's an overprint on some spot colors. One way to work with spot color easily is to use the channels in Photoshop and bring each part of the artwork on the specific channel. That's not as easy as working with layers when creating an artwork and playing ...


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Use the rectangle tool U. Draw the shape. Get the pen tool out and "add anchor point tool" under the pen tool options P. Place it in the bottom center of the rectangle. Get the direct selection tool A and click on the new anchor point and drag upwards.


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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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Has this got anything to do with your preferences setup where your borders might be set to line?


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CS5 and CS6 both should work completely fine on your laptop, doesn't matter if you want to use Ps, Ai, or ID. Check this link, Intel HD 4000 is on the Adobe approved list. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-cs6-gpu-faq.html


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Maybe you can help script artboardsToPSD.jsx #target photoshop app.bringToFront(); var docRef = app.activeDocument, allArtboards, artboardsCount = 0, inputFolder = Folder.selectDialog("Select a folder to process"); if (inputFolder) { function getAllArtboards() { try { var ab = []; var theRef = new ActionReference(); ...


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The magic wand tool only really works well where there is a definite edge. Polar1ty's select/contract/erase answer is helpful as a quick fix if the purple edge is even. However, I believe your best bet is to learn how to use the pen and mask tools. The advantage of using the mask tool is that you can non-destructively hide sections of the image (unlike the ...


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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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I don't know much about Gimp but maybe you can use my Photoshop example and find a way in Gimp to achieve this. In Photoshop, I would make an action that does something like this and then do a batch processing: 1) put the image to grayscale, 2) change the image mode to duotone mode using your new color + a gray 3) convert back to RGB mode 4) save. ...


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If you have Adobe Illustrator, you can do the following. Create a grid using the Rectangular Grid tool. Make a gradient mesh. Go to Object > Envelope Distort > Make with Mesh and select the number grid lines of lines you want to distort with. Use the direct select tool and grab the handle of the mesh to distort the grid.


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It's not a perfect technique, some pixels will be destroyed, it will also destroy some anti-aliasing, and you'll also lose that small shadow around the dots. But it can be easier to isolate your dots this way and not drag some of the map background with the dots. There's many ways to do this, including selecting the red color and copy/pasting them on a new ...


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A single gradient map adjustment layer will do this for you, and let you have very precise control over the colour, because you get to map values to tones. This is perfect for products where you need to match an exact colour. Here's a really quick attempt: The gradient map goes from black to Pantone 7596 (at 60% location) to white. Gradient maps work in ...


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When you have the vector layer selected, press ctrl+t (to activate transform controls or cmd+t on mac) then look in the top options bar, there is a little checkbox that says Anti-Alias, check it, and it should fix your problem.


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I would suggest you use ImageMagick to do the Fourier transformations (see examples). Not only do you save yourself some time, as batch examples are plentiful and Fourier transform is built in. You could do this in Photoshop you would just have to go and find a filter that does Fourier transform (like here). The scripting interface is just a bit more ...


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If they are two different selections from the same image, say the sky and the rest; when properly done they will line up with no gap. I do not know the reason for this, but here is the selection process I will suggest: Select part A, the sky, press Ctrl-J. This will create a new layer from the selections Ctrl-Click on the new layer which will load it as a ...


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You can delete the semi-transparent/border pixels on layer B. Select the background of layer B(which seems to be transparent) using the magic wand tool(). Go to "Select->Modify->Expand", then expand the selection by about 2 pixels. Delete the selection. The result is the semi-transparent/border pixels deleted with the red border being the ...


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I haven't looked but I thought it was just right clicking on the artbord and then export as. UPDATE Select all layers inside the artboard Right click and Convert to Smart Object File > Export > Layers to Files When you do this you will end up separate files for each artboard as psds. If you want to convert back to layers, once you've made ...


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If I set Preferences -> Interface -> Border to Line. The canvas now looks like this: It's zoomed in, you can see the 1px line bounds around the artboard.



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