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First drop your image over the text. Then make the opacity to 100%. Rasterize the layer by right clicking on layer. Then select the blend mode to Multiply. Then go to Image>> Adjustments>> Levels. Then add 12, 0.39, 153. Then click OK. Then select the Text layer and change its color to #dfdfdf. Then left click on the text layer by holding the CTRL key on ...


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Duplicate the smart object and use masks on two layers rather than trying to do it all with one layer.


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As I said, a task better suited for AI, but this is how I would do this in PS. There may be a better way to go about this, but I don't use PS for this kind of stuff, so I don't know about it, if there is. The initial shape: I made a duplicate of the shape and decreased the Fill to 0%. This is the shape that I then applied my stroke to. I then selected ...


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Group the layers together and apply the style to the the group.


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I think what you're looking for (adjusting a flat layout to match something with depth) can be found in Displacement maps. This answer may help you.


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PSD Viewer PRO. It's great for viewing native PSD files on an iOS system. They have a free version, try it, but just pay the 99 cents and buy the pro version. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/psd-viewer-pro-for-photoshop/id408723437?mt=8


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In Photoshop CS6 or newer, you can simply set the Stroke Options for a vector path....


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GIF cannot display semi-transparent pixels. If you want to get rid of the jagged edges choose white as the color in the »Matte« Dropdown-Menu in the Save for Web dialogue. Radial Gradient without matte color: with matte color set as white: The Problem with this is, that if the logo is used on any other color than white, it will have a jagged white ...


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Creating a seamlessly repeating pattern image involves making the image yourself, and ensuring it's seamless on all sides in a variety of ways. you can then select it and choose Edit... > Define Pattern.... That adds your chosen image as a pattern to Photoshop's available pattern options. You can load or save new patterns using the Layer Style popup (double ...


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Have you considered using Generator and writing something to export assets programatically? https://github.com/adobe-photoshop/generator-assets/wiki/Generate-Web-Assets-Functional-Spec If you need a user interface, you can try out the Extract Assets dialog in the new version of Photoshop.


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If the icons are in layers you could use File > Extract Assets or select the layers you want and right click on the layer and choose 'Extract Assets…' from the context menu in the new version of Photoshop and do the export you need.


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Ah. Good points. Okay. So if I understand correctly you want to en-masse for all layers do: Scale to a custom size Add 2 formats When you invoke Extract Assets from File > Extract Assets. Is this correct? If so, there is no way to do it within Extract Assets dialog right now :( You can however set custom size with Generator for all assets using the ...


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Use Free Transform or the 3D-Tools to give the screenshot perspective. Apply a Depth of Field effect by using either Tilt-Shift (Filter > Blur Gallery > Tilt Shift) or Lens Blur (Filter > Blur > Lens Blur) Optionally you can add scanlines, grain and color adjustments. Tutorial on 3D-ToolsTutorial on Lens Blur


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This is an old question, but since I don't see the right answer in the comments, I thought I'd post it here. It's coming from this related question: Is there a way to make Adjustment Layers ignore certain layers? Using Photoshop CS5 (not sure about older versions), you put the folders you want to apply the adjustment to in one group, set the group mode to ...


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It's simple… first you can add some scanlines (or not) and then you do a special blur based on perspective. Maybe you can saturate a little bit more the colors, add add some grain.


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As Scott says, you'd probably be better off removing the background and replicating it. It looks as though you could create and use a pattern which would save you some time. That way would avoid all the extraneous artifacts and you could apply any other filter with ease.


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You just have to set your stroke positon to "inner" for sharp edges.


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Are your objects grouped when you copy and paste them? I've been able to replicate the behaviour you've found. For some strange reason, I've found copying groups brings in that single pixel line. Grouped: Ungrouped:


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Of course, all you have to do is have the scale in mind. You can work with whatever size you wish in Illustrator actually, and as long as everything is correctly proportional when scaled up or down (or not scaled at all, for that matter) you will get a sharp and crisp pattern for your garment as the design would be done in vectors. There is a quite ...


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I've stumbled upon this problem many times. My only work-around was dragging the tab beside or in close proximity to the tab I wanted to exchange layers with. At times I would pop the tab outside of the list, go to the tab I want to drag the layer to, and just pop that tab (or should I say window) right beside it. I hope that helps.


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Oh this is weird. I will check in with the team and find out why this is the case (I work on Extract Assets at Adobe). Update ah so the technology stack we use under the hood for Extract Assets does not support this. I will investigate to see what we need to do so. Thanks!


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Grab the Pen Tool and manually draw two paths - one around the bulk of the pitcher, ignoring the handle, then one around the handle. Then combine the vector/shape layers for the shapes into one layer. Add a stroke if a vector layer, or add a stroke via Layer Styles.


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I think there is no way to automate these tasks, since those worn out scales in the pictures will be every time on a more or less different spot in the picture. Maybe, if it's +- in the same spot and the background of the picture is solid color e.g. white AND all those pictures are taken from the same distance, using the same lens and settings, you could ...


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A good lesson for nearly any graphic design student is to learn how to design without leaning on software automation to do it for you. :) That said, this couldn't be automated very well to begin with. It's simply 'design' in the sense that someone took the time to carefully draw it. As for the particular style, it's 'art deco'...which is quite appropriate ...


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Choose magic wand tool set options to: 1, levels Tolerance Anti-alias on Click on background white Holding shift down click inside handle, to add to the existing selection. Invert selection shift+ctrl+I Make a new adjustment layer Solid color, white Apply a layer style of stroke Done. Your values may be different as scale might change things. ...


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Pun Intended: Layers: ▲ Blending mode: Overlay ▲ Blending mode: Normal at 25% ▲ Blending mode: Lighten at 80% ▲ Blending mode: Normal Photo credits: https://www.flickr.com/photos/l_bo/2747581103 http://mediamilitia.com/human-skulls-54-free-images/ http://blog.mlive.com/kalamazoo_gazette_extra/2008/01/u2_members_see_their_own_perfo.html ...


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Try to use blending modes in photoshop ie overlay effects like screen, overlay & multiple. Further you can use sponge, smudge tools to blend the images properly.


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The comments on this blog post say CS 5.1 works fine on Yosemite: http://blogs.adobe.com/crawlspace/2014/10/photoshop-and-mac-osx-10-10-yosemite.html


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I'm not sure that I fully understand your question and what you mean by "change dynamically". If you want to know how to make a smart object mockup, here it is: 1.Create a new document and select Shape Tool or press "U" 2.Add a rectangle shape on your canvas with dimensions you need 3.Right-click on the shape layer and click "Convert to Smart Object" 4.Now ...


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You were close! I created an action with the following steps: Layer > Smart Object > Convert to Smart Object Layer > Smart Object > Edit Contents File > Automate > Fit Image (set your size requirements here) File > Save File > Close Layer > Smart Object > Rasterize Image This does what you were trying, but it treats each layer you apply it to as its ...


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Lauren clearly covered it but I'll post as an answer to accept Choose image > Canvas Size Then input your new canvas size and then select ok


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use the function "Save a copy...". If that doesn't work - save it as a .PSB file, then back to .PSD


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There are templates for this that you just apply your design to. Here are some... http://designbump.com/30-branding-mockups-psd-templates/


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I think the best way to make editable gradients that can be edited or changed easily whenever and however u please, is to use > add layer style > Gradient overlay . Then at any time, from the layer of the gradient: you can click on the effects icon (eye icon) > gradient ovelay icon and edit it as you may wish .(of course in the PSD file) .


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To add to Ryan's answer, it also depends on the image type, whether to use JPG or PNG. Typically, anything with a photograph in it is best saved as a JPG, to give you the best filesize:quality ratio. Designs without photos in them (logos, typography, icons, etc.) are best saved as PNG/GIF. Click on the 2-Up option in the Save For Web panel. This allows ...


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Yes. Actually, you end up with a tad bit over 1000ppi. Just be certain to uncheck "Resample" in the Image Size dialog of Photoshop. Assuming you're using Photoshop.


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Save For Web Set to JPG Reduce image quality


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The smart objet could'nt have quality issues when you enlarge it. It comes from illustrator and he keep his vector property.


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You cannot copy Illustrator settings like stroke into Photoshop unless you place it as a smart object preserving everything. You can still apply layer styles to the smart object and edit the content in Illustrator. Which should cover most of your use-cases. You just wont have a shape layer. So your choices are shape or smart object.


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So, since no one wants to answer your question but just argue with your method, I'll complete the answer: The easiest way to do this is to record an action. Open the Actions Palette. Open any image that you want to modify. Create a new action called "Double DPI" (or something) Hit "Record" Change the resolution or just the DPI of the image (which doesn't ...


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Doubling the DPI / image size will do you more harm than good. You can't create pixel information where there is none, all you can do is interpolate between the different pixels. This is, in effect, what "pixelation" is — interpolating with not enough information. I would suggest going the other way around — finding a larger image, and creating the ...


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Well among what could be many answers—right here. We're all different levels of experience, and in different aspects of graphic design. Some more web, others more print, others more technical drawings, etc... But we're all here to help people just like you (and each other, because we don't know everything either). I agree with John Manly's comment. ...


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Not sure what the issue is. Opening your top GIF with Photoshop CC2014 suffers from the same stop half way through. However, I was able to access all frames by: Opening your top gif with Fireworks CS6 Export as animated GIF Open that new animated GIF with Photoshop CC2014 Then, and only then, were all frames present in Photoshop. Here's the gif after ...


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This is called chromatic aberration. Here's an example from Wikimedia: The Oculus Developer Guide (PDF) provides a nice explanation: Chromatic aberration is a visual artifact seen when viewing images through lenses. The phenomenon causes colored fringes to be visible around objects, and is increasingly more apparent as our view shifts away from the ...


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This effect can normally be found under the name RGB Twitch, RGB Slide, RGB distortion, RGB displacement, etc. So, from what you can see, this is a visual reference to the old RGB screens that on occasion would show the image with the colour channels displaced, thus resulting in unexpected or undesired effects. There are several ways of doing this, and ...


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Can it be done? Sure, I did exactly this in Javascript, where InDesign is only used to draw curves with. The rest is done entirely with Javascript. All "font builder software" does is gather all the necessary information, format it according to the specification(s), and then write it out a file. Read everything you can find on the specifications for the ...


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If you want to do it in photoshop you need every frame in a layer and make an animated gif out of these layers. It is alot easier to make those things in a 3d editing program, for instance the pack of cigarettes in a 3d program you can create a rectangle and put the textures on each side. In photoshop you would have to draw every frame.


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You'll probably need to create a couple of copies of your image. Add a levels layer and play around with the input levels: Set this as a clipping mask to your top image. Set this layer's blending mode to something like Vivid Light. In the next image layer, do as Paolo Gibellini said and colorize it using a Hue/Saturation clipping mask. That should give ...



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