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Yet another way is to alt-click on the layer in the Layers panel to change it from a background layer to a normal layer. Then double-click on the layer in the layers panel to bring up the Layer Style screen. Alt-drag the right inner toggle on the This layer bar leftwards until the white disappears. (It helps to put a colored layer beneath temporarily to see ...


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Like @joojaa said in one of the comments, you could create a channel from the image and then invert it like so: Now you can load this channel as a selection in a new layer and fill with any colour you like and there you go.


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You could do this with Select > Color Range, use that color picker and click on white. On the Select dropdown, pick Highlights and then click Ok and Delete to remove the white. You will end up with something like this: Since @joojaa brought using channels up, yes, you can even Ctrl+Click on the Grey channel, go back to your Layer and hit delete..you would ...


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I often make a couple of layers and put a full sized dark rectangle in one and a white rectangle in the other and place them behind the layer I'm working on. I can then switch their visibility on and off see see what's there.


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I don't think you can set a default file type for the "save as.." It will save in the same format as it already is and if there's no layers (for example) if you do a normal "save." But you can set a default format for the "export as" or "quick export" in the "export" in the menu "file" on Adobe Photoshop. Then you can select your favorite format and even ...


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That's what I thought but wanted to make sure. Write your action so that you end up with 72 layers Either as part of your action or manually afterwards, select the options "File/Scripts/Export Layers to Files In the new window you will have the options to specify the file prefix, destination folder, and file format. Make your choices and click on OK. ...


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Find your original image and add it back to your Photoshop file. I see you have it on your background layer. Then enjoy using LAYER MASKS when you need to cutout something; at least you can modify your selections whenever and however you want. You should really use layer masks. You will probably need to reselect the portion you cut out, add it to ...


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I am not sure of the specifics of your need, but in the Free Transform toolbar you will see two input fields where you can enter the width and the height. You can enter these values either as percentages or in pixels. I am adding a screen capture to show you that, yes you can indeed enter pixel values. I am addressing the question, the rest is up to you.


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This may not be anyone else's problem, but all I had to do was check the "delete cropped pixels" box at the top of the window. That's it.


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It doesn't mean it's your issue but: A lot of time, when magical things happen when they shouldn't, it's because you're using a keyboard shortcuts you are not aware of. It's possible you are pressing the "/" while being on your layer and it will lock it or its transparency. You can lock/unlock layers with this keyboard shortcut.


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Generally, low-pass filters blur, high-pass filters sharpen. Unsharp Mask is BOTH a high- and low-pass filter. So you: Make a low-pass filter (radius parameter) - Gaussian blur - result in a low-frequency image subtract this from original image which results in a high-pass image this is the unsharp mask Make a ramped contrast image of original ...


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new feature in Photoshop CC (CS6): Crop Tool and select a "W x H x Resolution" (Width, Height, Resolution) in the Control/Options Bar. then That's it. You can also save your setting as a preset: Source: Cropping to an exact size in Photoshop, ultimate Photoshop crop tutorial


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As I wrote on the comment, unsharp filter combines a blurry (unsharp) version of the image with the original, creating an apparently sharper version. High Pass filter is an algorithm which passes the high-frequency detail while blocking the low frequency areas. When applied to a copied layer of the image it results in an image of middle gray, lighter and ...


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So...I hope I understood you correctly...you need to crop images to 1080x864 but they don't have the same aspect ratio? One way of doing this without having white spaces or distorting the image is to create a new document of 1080x864 and place the images in that document and then transform > scale them to fill the canvas. This would work no matter what ...


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From what I know you can't actually delete objects from a Smart Object using only Photoshop the same as you would in Illustrator. But you could keep your Illustrator open and double click on the Smart Object you want to edit. This will cause it to open in Illustrator, do what you wanna' do and then save inside Illustrator (Ctrl+S) and look at your Photoshop ...


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You basically have 2 options if your required dimension is 1080x864. 1) Upscale the image or Downsize the height to 864 (not sure if your image is bigger or smaller than required dimensions). This will result in a wider image that you will either have to crop from the left or right or both sides. 2) Keep width at 1080 and have blank space at the top and ...


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Unsharp mask* is a highpass filtering technique. To be more precise Unsharp mask is original image plus a highpass filter. You can use a highpass layer to accomplish the same thing, yes. You can also use highpass filtering for other things, such as frequency separation, masking of noise, fog removal etc... So unsharp mask is just one implementation of ...


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Select the text layer Look at the top of your Layers-Panel. There are multiple locks displayed. Make sure none of them is activated You cannot deactivatd them? Make sure, that the text layer isn't inside a locked group. Groups can be locked and their effect also appliew on the layers inside of the group. Move the laye out of the group or unlock the group ...


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Let's start over, since it looks like your happy accident produced a semi-transparent "Let's Ride" mask and it makes it hard to see what's going on... To keep things simple, I'm starting with just a Background Layer (with the visibility turned off for now) and a Text Layer. With your Text Layer selected, use the Magic Wand to select the space inside ...


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CTRL + Click the thumbnail of the star layer to select it. (Add Shift to that shortcut if you need to select more than one layer) Then Select -> Inverse (CTRL + SHIFT + I) and then select the paper layer and hit delete. This will leave you with the star shapes, with the paper background.


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In your Layers panel, right-click on the small thumbnail with your stars and click "select pixels". Then select the layer with the paper in your Layers panel, and inverse selection. Press the "delete" key on your keyboard. Ideally, you might want to group these layers into a folder to move them easily.


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go to your preferences (command K). check the box "resize image during place"


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I was going to write this as a comment, but it got a bit too long. This is something that I'm always thinking when I see questions like this. Don't ask broad questions like this. Analyze the image and divide it into smaller tasks/questions. Rather than start with: "How can I make this {complex-example}?", start by breaking it down into specifics. ...


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Sounds like there's a known issue with Wacom tablets and Photoshop shortcuts becoming unresponsive. Give this plugin from Adobe a try: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-menus-turn-white-mac.html


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I'm not sure what you mean by gray dots, I don't see them on your scan. 1. Scanner settings You shouldn't use any adjustment settings on your scan since you don't know how it will change the quality of your image. BUT if it works for you and you like the result, I guess it's less an issue on illustrations. It may look like more work but it's better to do ...


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To get rid of black noise, best is to look, where it comes from. I found that in yellow areas most of black noise is in green channel. Select area in image, select green channel and adjust curves so the noise is gone. But in the same time I don't think you should even remove this black noise, because it's a part of cranyon and paper, so it's natural to ...


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This is my solution: First of all you shloud make the floor Second we are not dealing in the photo with "dirt" but we are dealing with variant colors that give the effect of the dirt. we are not going polishing the floor as @go-me said, but it should be polished before taking your shoot. Part of getting a best shoot is to prepare your scene before shooting ...


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You have 4 options, and as for 90% of things done in Photoshop, it's all a matter of skills and using the tools you have. No automatic "floor cleaner" in Photoshop unfortunately. At least one option doesn't require any Photoshop skill at all! 1. Use a broom before taking pictures of shinny surfaces Personally, I really like the Oskar from Vileda. It's ...


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This script did the trick! Just follow the readme and everything will work :) https://photoshopscripts.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/split-to-layers/


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You can use a mix of the magic wand tool and the pen tool if using Photoshop. I would first adjust the image using levels adjustment. I would increase the white point and make the midpoints overall darker Now I would use the magic wand tool to get a basic selection. I had to use the quick selection tool to deselect some areas (Mostly around the ...


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There are many ways that you can convert a series of PNG images (or any other still images format) into a GIF file. The first way would be to do it online using an online tool such as this one, this one or this one. Doing it with software is also possible. On a Mac, GIFfun, Gif Brewery, Pic Gif or Gif Grabber can help you. In your question, you mention ...


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Thanks for your support. And i think there is no way to find key frame animation so i compromised with the frame by frame and did something okey okey work.


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With the Move tool selected, use Ctrl + A to select everything on the layer you want centered. This is will activate the alignment tools and allow you to center within your selection (which is the size of the canvas). If you have bits of images hanging off the sides of your canvas this solution isn't ideal, but if you're just trying to center text and ...


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It happens with big images. My image was 3200x4000 px. Changed to 1600x2000 px with Image->Image Size and the issue was resolved


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Short answer: There is currently no way to do this with GIMP, you are out of luck. Longer answer: PSD export is handled by a plug-in. By improving that plug-in, you or someone else can add text layer export to this plug-in. GIMP is Free Software, so contributions by people who need a specific feature are expected.


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What I do is add 3 big folders to my work. Header, Body and Footer cause for a web designer these are very easy to distinguish. Place all my static layers in the Header, in the Footer I usually have stuff like copyright and lower menu and I always work in my Body, every other thing is there, therefore I do not need to open any other folder and doing so ...


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But I don't think this will isolate the text and images for each slide, making it editable in Photoshop. Having a series of images is just the beginning — someone will have to essentially recreate each one as a Layered Photoshop file. Perhaps one solution is to export to a transparent background, so they can at least cut the elements as raster and move them ...


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There's a slight trick to it. You can't drag from the layers panel to a tab. Highlight the layers you wish to move in the Layers Panel then click drag from the document window to a hidden tab. The tab should then spring forward and allow you to "drop" the layers. Basically the drag has to be initiated from within the active tab in order to get the hidden ...


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ACEkin's method is the correct way, but since you've already done it an incorrect way and given your skill level it might just be easier to airbrush: Select the Brush tool (B), select the circles color Alt+LMB on the color, increase the brush size A LOT --- like 200 is probably good if you posted actual size, lower the Brush Hardness to 0, paint with the ...


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To find the right tool panel in Photoshop: For Photoshop CS5 and lower, access the animation window by opening “Window” + “Animation.” Likewise, click “Window” + “Timeline” in Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC to access the Timeline window. For Photoshop CC, click the drop-down menu in the middle of the Timeline window and select “Create Frame Animation.” ...


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You can create an action to save the images as you want and then simply use this action in the "batch" command found in the menu "file" then "automate" There you can choose what folder to use for the images you want to process, and also WHERE you want them to be saved. You can also simply select the "extension" as shown in the screenshot below; it will ...


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Here is what I will suggest: Pick up the marquee tool and target the roundish shape you want to blend with the dark green large background, that is click on that layer on the layer stack Ctrl-Click on the thumbnail of the layer which will select the image While the selection is active, inside the selection right click and select from the menu "Feather" and ...


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I cannot really follow your example in the image. However, the problem may be due to anti-aliasing which exists in the type and in the rasterized image. When rasterized the anti-aliasing may become stronger and more visible. If you have to edit your type layer in rasterized form, you may consider: Set it much larger type size than needed, say 144 points ...


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You can set the center of the image, set guides either vertical or horizontal. After that, you can drag your text layer and if your snap settings are turned on to snap to guides, your text block should snap at the center. Of course if your text is left or right aligned and it has empty space around it, the alignment will not be perfect. But, you can select ...


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Unfortunately, as far as I know, Photoshop can only align a layer in relation to another layer or to a background. If you select one layer and then click on the above Layer tab you will see that even the Align option is grayed out. It's not the same as illustrator where you can simply align a layer/object in relation to your artboard.


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You could use Transform > Wrap and use unly the upper section to drag the upper part of the image to the left. Good luck! Pro tip: Drag some guidelines to those towers to make sure they are straight when you edit the image.


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If you're in the print field and have access to a RIP, you should be able to get this done through the RIP, and even use these files back. The transparency effect you're looking for is the "multiply" blending mode in Photoshop, and below it you would add a white duplicate of your image a bit smaller to imitate a fake trapping. The problem is Illustrator ...


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You can add "hugeness" by using the person viewing the artwork as the "ruler"; in other words, you need to play with angles to make the person viewing your art feel small! Instead of making the art viewed at the height of the eyes, you lower this as if the person was small and add an angle upward. The more depth you can add with perspective, the bigger it ...


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Original image Luminosity blend Add a layer for your color and put it under your image. Then use the blending mode "Luminosity" on that image. You can change the background color you want without changing the main picture. Color blend Select your image layer, and go in the menu "Image", then select "Adjustment" and then "Desaturate." Add a new ...


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I would say that you make pixels, then scale them up https://code.google.com/p/2dimagefilter/downloads/detail?name=ImageResizer-r129.exe&can=2&q= XBR2x,XBR3x,XBR4x are closest to the vector effect. Here is an example.http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2zgc9hs&s=8#.Vdg4Yd8VjDc Tinypic resizes it, so you'll have to download and zoom in to see what I ...



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