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The best way overall, as mentioned in comments, is to redraw it at the necessary size. I've tried many kinds of downscaling but none were of an acceptable quality. It is genuinely quicker and easier in most cases to just redraw it. Redrawing it with PS can be a bit more difficult than it should be, because arguably, PS was built for much more complex ...


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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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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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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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Thanks, Scott!! It was something simple that I was stuck with. Following your advice: 1) First applied desired blur 2) Created a pattern I wanted on a separate file 3) Right clicked on Layer, than "Blending Options" and used a Pattern Overlay. It was just a matter of adjusting the opacity. Thanks for the patience with the noob question!


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You can simply draw a series of repeated circles, each reduced in size. Then draw bisecting lines. Photoshop CC screenshot, but it's pretty much the same for CS5. If you have Illustrator CS5 it's even easier using the Polar Grid Tool there : See Here Then just copy/paste to Photoshop.


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Use an svg for a sprite. Then you don't have to worry about resolution. Especially if your artwork is simple enough to have a small file size.


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It's not really something you can just do at the end. It's something you need to account for from the moment you edit the first graphic. You need to know at the start how many resolutions you need to support. If that's impossible, as in it hasn't been decided but the show must go on, then you should simply work with the largest size that might be needed ...


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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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As mentioned by plainclothes, learning the basics of design is important. There are many good resources listed here on GraphicDesign to get you started which you can find easily by checking out the resources tag and sorting it by votes. You should give many of the resources provided a read if you're wanting to become a good designer of anything. As for UI ...


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If you mean the actual guidelines, then I think it is Shift + Alt + Cmd + U. Well, on a Mac of course!


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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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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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File → Export To → Images should do what you’re after.


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You probably can not fix this problem easily. Because its a three way problem between photoshop/os/browser. It means its hard to fix, and not likely going to be switching some option somewhere. This post may be better suited for SuperUser in anycase, but your unlikely to get a good answer (given the expertise you might get a better answer if there is a ...


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My guess would be that both of the examples you provided began with a hand-drawn sketch that was then scanned in and created in Adobe Illustrator. The book Lettering and Type is a good resource for beginning to explore custom lettering.


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I've found the solution. I need to press Ctrl+H.


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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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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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You're complaining that the placed image is the same size when you are specifically telling Photoshop to resize when placed. I also do not understand what you expect to occur with that setting active and different sized images are being placed. A PNG@240ppi will simply be increased in width and height when compared to a PNG@72ppi. If you have Resize Image ...


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Going along with the comments, if you want to design the noise yourself in Photoshop, you can do the following: 1) Make an object with the pen tool and fill with some color. You can use Yellow like the picture if you want. 2) Make a new layer - fill with black. 3) Filter -> Noise -> Add Noise (I used 17.55%, Uniform, Monochromatic. Mess around with the ...


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To remove any guide from Photoshop, make sure that View > Lock Guides is deselected, then select the Move Tool and click and drag any guide and drag it anywhere past the canvas in a direction perpendicular to the guide and release it to delete it. You can also delete all guides at once, if necessary, by going to View > Clear Guides. NOTE: If you're having ...


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Some programs allow to set the transparency of an image after importing (InDesign, Illstrator, ...) - this is the easy way. If your software does not, try this: Open in Photoshop, double click on the Background-Layer (to make it a 'normal' layer), set the transparency and save it as .png file. JPG does not support transparency.


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Create a folder and put a mask on it. Drag all layers into the folder.


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For Photoshop CC it is line 1020. Plus you can copy, comment out and edit the line below it to remove the underscore from the naming. // fileNameBody += "_" + zeroSuppress(i, 4); // fileNameBody += "_" + layerName; fileNameBody += "" + layerName;


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This is so simple in PS CC. All you do is grab the layer you want to move, click and hold with your mouse, and drag it where you want it. It will automatically drop behind the layer that you place it under in the panel on the lower left.


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If you want your "Gird" to match the "Pixel Grid" just set it up like this: Gridline Every: 2 Pixels Subdivisions: 2


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On Photoshop CS5: 1. Click on the layer with the black graphic 2. From top menu: Image > Adjustments > Selective Color. 3. On Selective Color palette: a. Preset (drop-down list) > Custom. b. Colors (drop-down list) > Black. 4. Now adjust color sliders. This works on any black graphic and will colorize it so that the grey feathered edges will be ...


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Once you've made your selection with the oval marquee tool, you can also use a layer mask to create the feather. To do this you press on the button (below) at the bottom of the layers palette once the marquee is in place and this should mask out the oval. If you then open the Properties palette from the menu (Window > Properties) you will see a slider ...


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For Better Feather option in Adobe Photoshop CC Use Refine Edge command in Selection menu Here you can preview what is going on while you can increase or decrease your feather size with edges detection, Make your selection smooth and even can shift your edges. While setting all these command you also get your preview and then do OK to make your selection ...


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Step 1 : open your image in Adobe Photoshop Step 2 : In case for this particular image , Make layer in background , fill with white color, and merge the layers for better result PREVIEW Step 3 : Go to Image menu for canvas size or press CTR + ALT + C and type what particular height you need to increase Step 4 : Lock canvas from bottom and HIT ok to increase ...


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Firstly, increase the size of your canvas by 90 pixels probably aligning to the top would be a good idea: Now select and move the bottom line to new bottom of the canvas. Now, this is where you have a slight problem. Both the bottom line in your image and the area which you wish to increase have a subtle angular texture (for want of a better description). ...


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Feathering works both ways. When you choose to feather a selection the feathering occurs at the edge of the selection and is divided - half the feathering happens outside the selection, and half the feathering occurs inside the selection.


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For the first image, I'd recommend looking at the liquify filter As for the second, there's a lot of ways to achieve something like that. It certainly doesn't look like one sort of effect. For example, creating a shape with no fill, add a gradient effect. Turn it into a smart object, add gaussian blur and noise and you'll get something like this: Adding ...


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There are probably much better ways to do it in AI. In Photoshop, you can use Type > Convert to Point Text to create a much tighter BB...


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First of all, size in MB doesn't directly mean anything for print production. Resolution means everything. When you open raw image in Photoshop, it saves in memory not only raw image itself, but also a copy of the image that you made while import with Camera Raw, so, basically you have original and Camera Raw version of the image in memory. That's why the ...


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It depends on whether you need to save memory or not. If you need to save memory you may need to compress the file at some point. That's like if you make a music file on some kind of music software, the file's going to be huge, but with much detail. Once you compress it you will most likely lose some of the vibrant detail. Changing it is to another format is ...


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In Illustrator...... Create the dotted path by checking Dashed on the Stroke Panel and entering a dash length equal to or smaller than the weight of the stroke. Also ensure you tick the Round Caps and Round Joints options. Then duplicate the stroke in the Appearance Panel and choose Effect > Path > Offset path and enter the amount of offset you want. ...


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If the subject matter is photographic in nature, as your sounds to be, then there really is no such thing as 'high quality GIF'. GIFs have an extremely limited color palette of only 256 colors. With the possible exception of a pure black and white photo, it will degrade the quality of most any photo. You can limit it with dithering and such, but it will ...


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you have to use crop , select the width and height of the image for the canvas , and the canvas will adjust for you


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In normal view, you can't overscroll until the image is zoomed larger than the available view. PS CC 2014 adds overscroll in normal view as an interface preference (Preferences > Interface : Options > Overscroll).


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I don't believe there's anything automated to rotate a vertical tile around it's center. You'd have to manually copy and rotate. You could use the Transform Again function in the Edit menu, but it would still be fairly tedious. My suggestion is to draw 2 circles, then apply an Outer Glow Layer Style to the inner circle. If you need the inner circle to ...


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This is that could work first draw lines marge the line shape and get the circle selection on it... and mask it.


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I'm not the type of person that jumps on every new version of Adobe products so I'm not sure whether Photoshop is actually capable of this or not. In your situation I would export everything from Photoshop into Illustrator, run a Live Trace on the lot, and then save out as SVG.


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Probably the imgur resizing algorithm includes a sharpen function. Try aplying some sharpening yourself. Menu > Filter > Sharpen There are several filters you can use, so try them with the default options and see if they work for you, but you can try with "Smart Sharpen" Here are some video tutorials from the adobe help center to understand a little mor ...


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It means that your operating system does not have the fonts installed that were used in making those PSD files. This means that if you try and edit the text in those files, Photoshop will use the Myriad font to render the text and this will change the appearance of the file from its original look. The only solution is to make sure you have the same fonts ...



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