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Actually it is a more interesting question that I originally thought. I made some tests. Yes it mesures 127 on all channels. I thought it was gray but when I saw the levels on that layer it is actually black. I think there is no way to change opacity to 200%. The workarround is to duplicate this layer several times and combine them. The first time the ...


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In CC 2014, you can use the new feature File>Extract assets that will offer a dialog with all the visible layers and plethora of options (resolutions, prefixes, etc) for extraction. Meant for web-developers this feature helped me out a lot. Too bad it's not available in other versions of PS. From what I understand the feature is still under development and ...


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For example you want to change the color of the bricks as shown below. Select the area of bricks of which you need to change the color. Press Ctrl+J to create a layer via copy Once the layer is made, as shown in the figure, add the adjustment layer Make sure the adjustment layer is grouped with the layer below it. All the adjustments will be now ...


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If you add a adjustment layer to the layer you want to adjust you then hold the alt-key down while clicking on the adjustment layer. The layer will then move a bit to the right and now only affect the one layer below.


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After having created a path, deselect it and switch to the pen tool. Draw a single point outside the canvas (for the sake of easily finding it later). This creates an [almost] empty shape shape layer. Switch back to your path, hold CTRL and marquee select every point in the path, then copy the path information with CTRL+C. Switch back to the shape layer, ...


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I think you just need to combine some of your methods. The way I would approach this is: Put the pic you want to edit on one layer Clone the layer so you have two identical layers On the top image, use a layer mask to hide everything you want to keep the 'normal' colour. Now make whatever colour adjustments you want. Your changes will only apply to the ...


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Yes! You can do this from command line (using the Terminal app) with ImageMagick. After you install ImageMagick, navigate to the directory where your picture is located and run the following command: identify -verbose yourimage.jpg | grep -i quality Where yourimage.jpg is the name of the image. And you should get the value which indicates the image ...


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I don't think there is any way to do this. If you open a transparent image from Video Frames To Layers it has white background but it has the frames, but if you just load it normally the transparency is there, but for 1 frame only.


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I'm not really certain what the question is here. Yes, you can use Illustrator and yes you can use Photoshop. It all depends upon your preferred working method and desired end results. Illustrator will be slower the more objects you have. There's no real workaround for that, but utilizing layers and symbols properly will assist (turn off layer visibility ...


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Getting the RGB value of a pixel should be easy, but it isn't because Photoshop premultiplies the alpha as layer transparency, and does not let you access the RGB channels without the transparency applied. I can think of a few techniques to get there, an easy one is to use Flaming Pear's Solidify-B plugin (free). For clarity, Solidify-B attempts to fill the ...


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Unless the pixel you are looking at is on its own layer, it is impossible to tell whether the colour was applied as a low-opacity "pure" colour or a full-opacity mixed colour. In your example, a pixel that was the result of using 50% opacity black on a white background is identical to a pixel that resulted from applying 50% grey (or, rather, (128,128,128)) ...


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If you need eaxctly what you get when exporting to gif, then just flatten image. Layer->Flatten Image. If you want to make 100% black from your gray brush stroke on new layer: 1. Select layer with brush stroke 2. Go Select -> Color Range... 3. Click with color sampler on your brush stroke and adjust selection level with Fuzziness slider. Click Ok. 4. Make ...


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Unfortunately Illustrator cannot distinguish between transparent and white when tracing. But there is a workaround: set your transparent areas to a solid key colour, and after tracing, delete the key colour. Here's how: With your artwork in Photoshop, create a solid colour behind the artwork to be traced (with Layer > New Fill Layer > Solid Color ...


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There is a search by name if you choose Name attribute from Filter menu:


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It's not a blend mode. Multiply, for example, gives you this: You'll want to do as @Scott suggested and create 3 shapes, the intersecting shape being the colour of your choice. For example, create two circle shape layers, then copy both circles into a third layer and then intersect:


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Are you trying to get the two circles to overlap and produce the combined colour in the overlap? If so I would create two layers, with different coloured circles on each. Then overlap them how you would like, and set the blending mode for the top circle to "multiply" to get the effect you are after. Example of this is below:


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First of all, as Scott said, I would never advise you use Photoshop for this kind of project. Photoshop is not intended for multiple page print projects while InDesign is designed specifically for them. In fact, InDesign has a Print Booklet feature that will re-arrange your pages upon export so you don't even have to worry about this. That being said, ...


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Late answer but this works: /* applies to GIF and PNG images; avoids blurry edges */ img[src$=".gif"], img[src$=".png"] { image-rendering: -moz-crisp-edges; /* Firefox */ image-rendering: -o-crisp-edges; /* Opera */ image-rendering: -webkit-optimize-contrast;/* Webkit (non-standard naming) */ image-rendering: crisp-edges; ...


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No. It is not possible to have more than one blending mode set per layer for existing pixels. If you are painting, or drawing pixels onto a layer you can use the tool blending mode options before painting.


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Perhaps attempt using content aware fill. Select the area you wish to fill using the box marquee tool, and then go to Edit > Fill > Content Aware. PhotoShop will fill the area with it's best guess as to what it should be using the rest of the photo. You will more than likely need to do some major retouching, but this should help. If this does not work, try ...


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Don’t It's going to look weird no matter what you do, and the file size will be huge. Do a little normalization along the bottom edge (make the texture smooth) so you're not trying to match a naturalistic pattern, then extend the color with a CSS background in your design. One thing to watch out for is a discrepancy between the jpg color and the ...


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This has confused me many times because I think and want it to be stroke path but its not. What you actually want in Photoshop with the Line tool is Weight. However, once a Line is created in Photoshop it acts as a Rectangular Shape so the Weight can no longer be changed by adjusting the numeric value. Now, Stroke Width will in fact apply a Stroke ...


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This is the professional work done by the professional designer.To create this effect on fonts need professional skills and experience.. Here i share with you a different variety of typography tutorials hope that this link helps you to furnish your skills. ...


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I think the problem you have is that your lines are set to stroke 'inside' so no matter what the pt weight you wont see a result. You need to click the line style next to the pt weight > then more options > then where it says align, set to center or outside. Hope that helps. Mark


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Here is a Photoshop Extension for using Font-Awesome as shapes in your designs http://creativedo.co/FontAwesomePS


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This is pretty easy with CS1-3 or CS6+: Install and run Trevor Morris' Layers to Comps script. Run the built-in "Layer Comps to PDF..." script. That's it. If you're running CS4 or 5, the "Layer Comps to PDF..." script is not available. In that case, Eric's answer is probably the best you can do.


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Here's a trick I use for a lot of things, including your situation. I'm using Photoshop CS6 but this should apply to CS5 and earlier as well: Prepare an inverted black and white image... Convert to RGB if you're not already in RGB (Image > Mode > RGB) I know you want to use a CMYK color, but just bear with me on this. The next couple of steps don't work ...


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As hsawires mentionned, what you're looking for is the Crop tool. It looks like this in the toolbar. You can also input hard or relative values through the "Image -> Canvas Size" menu. Checking the "Relative" box will set the values to zero and any value put inside the boxes will ADD to the current canvas size. You can also use a "-" before the number ...


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Here's what I would do... Simple black document and run Filter > Noise > Add Noise to create some texture.... It's subtle, but there. Then use Layer > layer Style > Gradient Overlay to apply a radial gradient set to screen to brighten the center. Again, it's meant to be subtle. If the noise is too harsh, I'd add a new solid black layer ...


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I originally posted this as a comment, but I decided to elaborate and create an answer: You're going to achieve the matte effect more through how you "light" the object in photoshop, not as much through how you texture it. You need to add a gradient to your object, as well as some shadows, to give the appearance of a light source being diffused on its ...


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Ok, so I started with some random pic I found online and I used the same settings that you did in step 1 I think you may want to play with these two settings in your Refine Edge process, until you get something closer to what you want: It's also not a good idea to have such a confrontational attitude with people you want to help you - that's just my ...


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In my experience, there are two major causes of this, and both boil down to a difference between RGB and CMYK output since even a CMYK image MUST be displayed on a monitor using RGB. First, if the grey tone isn't neutral to begin with (by having too much cyan in the CMYK mix, for example) it will show in the print. The second cause may be ICC profiles. ICC ...


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Make sure when you select the gray Color not to include any colors in it .. let it black only .. it must not appear in other colors channels. this will ensure the gay will be pure gray. they gray you must use is something like that Cyan:0% Magenta:0% Yellow:0% Black:50% for example


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The best tool to use is the Clone tool, use it with little low opacity. It will work good for the area you want to cover.


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Note down the CMYK color code of the grey color you have used in the flyer. Give it to the printing guy and ask him to specify the CMYK color code before printing it. As CMYK is readable well in print, it should work here as well.


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Click with magic wand tool and select similar


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When you create a layer mask there are two option... A mask set to Reveal All or a mask set to Hide all. The difference is the initial color of the mask.. if it's a white mask, you've created a Reveal all mask. If it's a black mask, you've created a Hide All mask. When you click the Add Mask button at the bottom of the Layers Panel it by default creates a ...


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Take that job and make a good looking webdesign in Photoshop, then send me the PSDs doc , i'll convert them into HTML CSS as I am expert in this field. Contact me at Skype my id is arlalsaehl . you and me can make a team. Thanks.


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See Scott's answer for the correct answer to your question. However I want to add my answer as an alternative method to solving your issue which I think will be an easier way to manage your masks. I would use a clipping mask (which is different than a vector mask you have applied to each layer) for the graphic. You can extend the base object past the canvas ...


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You could try to use histmatch script to accomplish this. Unfortunately the script is hard to get working on a windows machine without cygwin. I am not aware of any other example that would do the same thing.


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To give custom colour you have to select the new extruded object and in the properties panel there is defuse option. Changing that colour will change the texture as well. If you want to add texture, you can click on the small folder Load or Generate a new one. By generating one, you will have sort-of 'smart object', to which you can add your images and ...


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This video might help you! Steps shown in video: Create a new layer, Create clipping mask over the layer on which color is to be removed Switch blending mode of new layer to color (3rd last) Paint with care (Resampling again and again for color tones) Done!


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Some issues here. You need to separate where your flaws are. Are they technical? Specific for web design? Are they as part of the process? Are the web design flaws to the next step in the process? Are they of methodology? Do you have a good method and it shows the result? Are they of creative nature? Are they in the fine detail? Do your design look cheap, ...


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This is very good question, regardless the weakness in your company. giving you no training plan that steps together with your career path. You said "I failed with the task that I've been assigned to me" .. this statement stopped me ... how a designer fails in an assigned task? does your design are bad? or you just spent so many time doing your job? where ...


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Layers Styles in Photoshop and Effects in Illustrator are simply not transferable in any sort of "live" fashion. There's no workaround to make them editable in both applications. The best you can do is use vector Smart Objects within Photoshop, or linked raster images within Illustrator then use the originating application to edit items if needed. The core ...


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You can search for an updated version of the Image Processor JSX script. I did and found this one: Image Processor CS4 PNG http://www.ps-scripts.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=3149 It was made for CS4 but Photoshop CC accepts this script, too. Give it a try.


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PhotoZoom Pro 6 creates larger images (up to 1 million by 1 million pixels), it also produces higher quality results. PhotoZoom Pro 6 is equipped with S-Spline Max, a unique, patented image resize technology which excels at preserving clean edges, sharpness, and fine details. Gimp is a free software. It can also be used to resize images with minimum ...


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You can setup color management this way Edit -> Color Settings (Shift + Ctrl + k) under Color Management Policies set everything to Off like below RGB: Off CMYK: Off Gray: Off by turning the color management Off this way, It Turns off color management for newly created documents and for newly opened documents that have embedded color profiles ...


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Keep the product as a smart object or a seperate layer and using a script will be best to place the layer exactly within the guidelines by knowing the x,y coordinates of the guidelines.


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Photoshop is not a good program to use fonts, Illustrator is much better for example, but with both of them you need to have the fonts you want to try installed and won't separate them by folders or anything. As others said, you better keep a font manager program open, I use fontOK, you can see your fonts by folders so you can manage them better.



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