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A clipping or layer mask will achieve this in Photoshop, as will a Clipping Mask in Illustrator.


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Your probably better off using illustrator to get a vector image out of a non vector. Illustrator has a nice auto trace feature. While not 100% perfect it can get the job done in some images with the right set of information in the image. Just open the image in Illustrator and click the auto trace button in the toolbar. If that doesn't work with the ...


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Create a new document blank at 300dpi. Copy and paste the 72dpi image into this canvas. Crop the canvas to fit. You will have converted the 72dpi image into a 300dpi image without adding any new pixels via the "image size" change option.


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set the hardness to 100% idk if it is but that is what i think its about


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Assuming you mean photoshop mix. The photo appears to be pixellated because it is on the wrong scale. If you enlarge the photo it should be fine


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depending how complex the "image" is you could run a trace in illustration and then export it to svg from there


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Because the masks do different things. The clipping mask you show in Photoshop does a slightly different thing. Conceptually you could see it as painting the top image on any opaque pixels in the bottom image so the order makes sense like that. The clipping mask in Illustrator just uses a path to reveal parts of the containing image. The equivalent in ...


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1 dp (density-independent pixel) = 1 pixel at 160 PPI (or mdpi) From developer.android.com Density-independent pixel (dp) A virtual pixel unit that you should use when defining UI layout, to express layout dimensions or position in a density-independent way. The density-independent pixel is equivalent to one physical pixel on a 160 dpi screen, ...


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Make a mask of the pen only (not shadow), and apply this mask to the ruled paper image. Set the ruled paper image layer above the pen+writing image layer. Set the ruled paper image layer blend mode to "darken." Basically, overlay the rule onto the image, not the other way around. To tweak, you can: make the ruled paper layer greyscale (desaturate); ...


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I'd make a separate layer. Take the picture of the shadow on white (remove the pen itself from this copied layer) and turn that in to a fairly high contrast monochrome image. Use that high contrast image as the layer mask for a new layer. Fill the layer mask with a decent shadow color and/or set it to a subtractive blending mode (multiply, burn, etc) This ...


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remove in history of photoshop


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There is a workaround here that uses Illustrator as a middle-man.


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Interesting question, and it is an oportunity to debunk the use of Photoshop. Yeap, Photoshop sucks at exporting elements. Almost all graphic designer's tools does. Either use tables or use absolute positioned divs or use an irrational ammount of classes and id. What is an effective approach used by a graphic design when working with a dev team? The ...


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Odds are you can not successfully use computer vectorisation tools on any but the simplest of bitmap images. For any but lowest of low quality logo work the only real option is to draw it from scratch. Drawing is illsutrator is a much more "left-brain" thinking of raw reasoning, than the artistic feeling you get by paining. The key to illustration is ...


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With my massive 3500pt text in a bold (Impact) at the upper echelon of what Bevel and Emboss can do natively we get this: Now if we need to go beyond that we move to Scale Effects which can be found by right clicking on the effect in your layer panel, or under Layer → Layer Style on the main menu system


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Resize to 20 pixels smaller in each direction first. Then expand canvas outwards to the desired size with white background showing


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So the question is different and the thought process is different but once you get to a really high level of understanding you'll know that the process is the same as this question: How do I blend a black-background fire image in Photoshop? Most of the time its people wanting to remove the black or white background and leave the rest but the premise is the ...


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You could open up 'Canvas size' (Alt + Ctrl/Cmd + C), select 'Pixels' as the unit of measure, and increase width and height by 20px (10px margin on all sides).


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This is easily done. Simply unlink the alpha layer(there is a link chain between the layer and it's alpha) and create the alpha channel corresponding to the text. This doesn't allow you to move your text and move it's alpha channel too though and one has to recreate the mask when the text or font changes.


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Short answer: That is impossible. Only media that do not use pixels to be displayed can be unpixelated. Photoshop is, in the end, a raster image program. That means that any file* you make in or export from Photoshop is defined as having pixels. No matter how small those pixels are, you will always see pixels and, thus, pixelation. If you want truly ...


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Unless that changed in the CC version you need to do it manually - figure out the width in px and move the anchor point either by dragging it or using the keyboard. Photoshop is not the greatest at dealing with vectors.


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Right click on the crop tool, choose the slice select tool, right click on the image, divide slice, insert the vertical and horizontal number of slices and it is done...


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It could possibly be a Cross Processing Effect. This is the result of developing color print or slide film in the wrong chemical. The effect is great especially that the colors look different. The image has a unique wild color and various contrasts. The picture looks great although the real color of the image is manipulated. You can read more ...


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You can apply the same effect that was mentioned in the previous answer You just have to specifically select the 'Boaters' color Select > Color Range > choose the Boaters color using eye drop > Set Fuzziness to 200% If there are areas that will get selected other than the colors within the 'Boaters' then just deselect using your wand tool Follow the ...


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Make sure the gradient layer is selected then go to image, adjustments and then hue and saturation, finally slide the hue to whatever color you want or use the eyedrop by moving the mouse off the adjusment page.


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This is accurately called Double Exposure though it is most likely that some liberties were taken to fine tune and adjust it in the digital medium. But this spawns from Double Exposure. What is Double Exposure? Double Exposure is when you expose a shot on a frame of film, then instead of advancing the roll of film, you exposure it again. As a result the ...


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An easier way than masks: using blends. Here's how I would go about creating the first one: Grab yourself a picture of a cityscape. Make it greyscale if it isn't already. Next, grab yourself a picture of a bearded hipster with glasses. Convert to black and white or greyscale and up the brightness and contrast. I've also painted some white over some ...


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The effect is commonly referred to (but wrongly named) as double exposure but this is merely just clipping an image based on a selection. How this is done Make a selection of your person with the Pen Tool (P) or however you're most comfortable selecting things. Make a Layer Mask, Go to Layer -> Layer Mask -> Reveal Selection. Paste a graphic image ...


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Basically you are on the right track. Just mask the portion of the right that contains the text, and adjust the levels to make that part more dark.


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This will be a very short answer. Look for "Cartoon Photoshop" https://www.google.com/search?q=cartoon+photoshop There are a lot of tutorials and processes. The basics probably are some kind of posterize (color reduction), edge detection, saturation.


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Sorry for gravedigging, but this is more related to vector watercolor styles. You can create this watercolor style effect in Illustrator using different transparencies of color. Here is a great tutorial to get you started. this tutorial has a lot of depth, but it would be rather simple to bring it back to be a little more minimalistic. Hope this helps!


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What are you trying to achieve? I guess you want to put the black text onto another background, so you want all the white to become transparent. Easiest way in photoshop is to use a layer blend mode. - make your scanned text into a new layer - change the layer blend to "Multiply" or "Darken" - you can see which gives best results. I edited this after I ...


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Take your image Pixelate your image. Work out the exact number of Rubiks cube cells you will have and make your image that size in pixels, so 1 cell = 1 pixel. If you don't know what scale you want to work at, don't know how many cubes you want to use etc. Using the Mosaic effect (Filter → Pixelate → Mosiac...) will help you preview quickly. ...


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May have been generated from a straight beam, warped into perspective. Possible with just a reflected gradient, although the interior of the beam looks irregular. Blending mode may be Hard Light, but you can test this using a section of the beam on a section of unaffected frame. The composition may be simpler than you imagine.


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I first tried Captain Awesome script but not suit to me, so I wrote my own. But it will not works on CS6. Supported version is PS CC 2015.1.2+ Features Puts content exactly on the same place. Works with multiple layers simultaneously. Respects selected composition in the smart object. Scales content if the "SO" has different size. Also scales layer ...


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This question was asked before somewhere. Then, I asked on the stack overflow forum and the question was more conclusive. Normally they just take the layered PSD, they will take what they need and generate what they don't need. On this case that the web developer do not want to use Photoshop just pass a PNG as a template, and the important elements ...


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I would recommend having an open conversation with your agency's developers on how they would like to receive guidance (instead of myriad of layouts). From personal example, we recommend following 12 column responsive grid for desktop layouts in Photoshop, with understanding that mobile layouts will be driven by whatever CSS framework is used, in our case ...


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Assuming you're using the most up to date version of Adobe Photoshop, the easiest way to do what your asking is to export the layers' CSS. Right click on the layer in the layer panel and choose 'Copy CSS'. This copies the CSS rules to your clipboard which can then be pasted into any text editor. You've got to set your document up with the appropriate ...


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There is a filter in Photoshop that has not currently in fashion, hence not often seen used, that does these kinds of things. This is a bit similar answer to @K3N has to offer. This filer is found is Filter → Render → Lightning Effects.... It achieves the same thing as rendering in a 3d application. Then just put tt on top with a slightly offset ...


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I would look at this as either A spotlight with a hot center, and with a falloff at the edge of the spot light Partly lens vignetting A combination The latter often give a more realistic and natural look than just one of the top options. It's easy to do this with 3D software for the light and then add vignetting in Photoshop or After Effects. But you ...


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Put each of the layers you want to change into a group and add a hue/saturation adjustment layer to it. Make sure the colorize property is checked on. Each layer in that group will then change colors to whatever you set the adjustment layer to. If you can't see your adjustment panel, just go to the menu and choose Window -> Adjustments. If you're using ...


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You can simply click layer by layer on the canvas while holding the shift key. Or you can select the layers you need by selecting layer by layer by clicking on the layers along with the CTRL button from the layer window.


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Yes, you can! Just learnt this neat trick from http://www.elated.com/articles/selecting-layers-in-photoshop/ Use the Move tool Hold down Ctrl (PC) or cmd (Mac) Click on background layer or transparent area and drag the cursor over the layers you want to select. Only works if auto-select is disabled. Any layer that falls within the marquee is going to be ...


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I don't think you can do exactly what you are asking for in Photoshop but I have a workaround which may be helpful. Create a new document bigger than you will ever need your window to be. I created one at 4000 x 4000 pixels. Recreate your application frame in this document without any space around it or drop shadow. Select all and go to Edit → Define ...


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Go to image > image size… enter desired pixel value and select the forth option in the dropdown and press enter. here's an image of what your menu should look like (it's from german photoshop though)


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Select your path, then in layer panel in lower right corner select create new fill/ adjustment layer and select solid color.


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The problems you see are compression artifacts. If you want to make them less visible apply less JPEG compression on your Image, this in turn will make the banner larger in size. Image 1-2: 2 compressed JPG images, the one on the left has more compression (25) that the one on the right (90). But the less compressed image is more than 4 times larger in ...


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Right click on a layer on your Artboard and you'll see a list of two things: Layers that are directly under the Cursor All groups Now: Click the layer you want to move. Right click again and hold Shift while clicking the group you want to move that layer to. Both the layer and the group are now selected Right click again and at the bottom choose ...


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As far as I know you can't change the default behaviour of the brush size scrubber. What you can do is use your keyboard up/down keys to change the size in single increments and shift+up/down to change the size in increments of 10. Dragging the scrubber automatically selects the value so theres no need to select the input box again, just drag the scrubber ...



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