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This is because the colour overlay's blending mode (or any layer effect's) is a standard Normal. It's rather counterintuitive, but that Normal does not obey the layer's owen blending mode. The overlay you see is therefore a regular red with blending mode Normal. You can fix this by going into the layer effects dialog box and changing the effect's blending ...


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It means that all the pixels you selected have less than 50% opacity, and Photoshop draws the selection edges around those that have more. What it also means is, you still have some pixels selected, but you can't see which ones, because the border is not visible. Try moving the selection around (or doing whatever you intended to do with it) and see for ...


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What you are looking for is known as a difference mask, difference key, or difference matte. To get clean results, you'll need a very stationary background. I'm not the best at creating actions, but here is the sequence I was able to come up with. This assumes you start out with the foreground layer as "Layer 2" and the background layer as "Layer 1". ...


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There's no way you will be able to match the perspective of the two ships. They are at exact opposite angles and even if you do rotate and flip the dark ship to get the ships going the same direction, the ship will be upside down and in the reverse perspective. In addition, the lighting moves with the image. There's no way to transform a flat two ...


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To have .25 inch bleeds, your document size in Photoshop would have to be 9 inches (8.5 + .25 + .25) by 11.5 inches (11 + .25 + .25), so you'll have to correct the dimensions. At the moment, you are set up for 1/8th inch bleed, not 1/4. Artwork must extend all the way to the edge of the bleed area. Right now, you have no bleed in your document, because the ...


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You Can't. Anchor points have an "in" and an "out" and that's it. You can not have 3 paths connected to any single anchor point.


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Look up Texture Mapping in Photoshop and Displacement Map Photoshop and you'll get closer to the results you're after than trying to do it with just opacity.


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If you’d like to accurately apply a flat colour to a PNG with transparency, while maintaining the transparency, there’s many ways Photoshop can do it. Here’s probably the easiest method: Open the PNG. Choose Layer → Layer Style → Color Overlay Choose a colour (using normal blending mode and 100% opacity). You’re done!


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They are merely line art illustrations. You can easily do these with any number of applications. My choice would be Illustrator. There is no actual 3D there it's all just drawn. That being posted, you could use some CAD software and it's isometric or 3d tools, but that's not at all required.


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You have to enable timeline shortcuts first in order for them to work:


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Use regular paste. That creates a separate layer for the pasted object, and you can use the regular tools to move, size, and rotate it. You don't need to 'mark' or otherwise define a destination rectangle. This can be useful, but only for very specific operations. As you found out, yours is not one of them, as you want to paste and then manipulate the pasted ...


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In PhotoshopCC+ you can also choose View > New Guide Layout


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Line illustration is fine but I would say that this style is called drafted. Reason being that this is exactly the kind of output one gets from designers of physical objects that still use 2d blueprints. So you could also call this blueprint or perhaps manual style too.           Image 1: A 2D line projection ...


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Because of the lighting in your photo, I would probably hand trace as vector paths. You can do this in Photoshop or Illustrator. You could try to Select > Color range. then pick the black of the lines. My guess would be that the darkness of the trees will throw your selection off though.


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I hope this might help. In Image...Adjustments/Hue/Saturation, choose Colorize.


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Photoshop & Browser both are different so it is possible in text size. i also have this problem so i Google it and find http://pxtoem.com You can see it how font size work and which font size you can use for your text.


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This is called an offset. Beyond offset there are many other possible ways to get the same effect. You need to page out to Illustrator to get this done. Straight on offset: (optional) Expand text Choose: Effect → Path → Offset Path... type in a suitable value, negative values eat into the shape. Now the offset path is uniform offset, and you ...


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That particular photo uses a blur as well as a subtle pattern overlay for the background image. The pattern is essentially a repeated, solid, small, white rectangle.


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It's 2 images at different angles. The animation just toggles between the two images. The use of 2 cameras is preferred because you can capture the exact same moment from different angles. Without a camera, and if you only have 1 image... you need to create the second image. Creating an exact duplicate image at a different angle can be quite a daunting task ...



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