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I have a script that will do just that. Just save it as something like changeHuePerLayer.jsx and drag and drop it on top the Photoshop dock icon on the Mac. On Windows I think you need to open it from the menu (not sure where). #target photoshop app.bringToFront(); var LOWER_HUE_LIMIT = -180; var hueValue = LOWER_HUE_LIMIT; var currentDoc = ...
I'd probably use ImageMagick. There is a feature available to modify the hue, but it's percentage based instead of degrees. Hue Modulation Rotates the colors of the image, in a cyclic manner. To achieve this the Hue value given produces a 'modulus addition', rather than a multiplication. However be warned that the hue is rotated using a ...
This could be accomplished with PS scripting. As it is a pretty unique request, you might have trouble finding an existing script that does that. You'd probably either have to code it up yourself or hire someone who can do it for you.
Create a new layer, and execute the following code as a script. It will create a new layer style with 0% fill and the new gradient as an overlay. The for-loop towards the bottom creates a 21-stop gradient in the foreground color. Every other stop alternates between opaque and transparent. You can then save the gradient as a preset within the Layer Styles ...
Using Illustrator Step 1: The circles The "concentric rings" shape is easily created with the Polar Grid Tool. Enable the tool, and Click anywhere in the document to bring up the tool's options. I'm using the following values: 5 Concentric Dividers will create 6 evenly spaced circles for us: Now, for the gradient part. This is easier in recent ...
Save images as PNG files. Insert them into Word as a Header and/or footer. Save the Word file as a template.
In photoshop go to File->Automate->Batch and you can select the action to use and the file naming of the output files
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