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Every colour has three variables; hue, saturation, and brightness. Key to legibility is contrast which is can be optimised for each of the three variables independent of each other. For example; the hue contrast can be optimised by finding its complement. The saturation contrast can be optimised by choosing opposites for each ground. Similarly, bright can ...
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 ...
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 ...
First make sure the top image is the only layer, so if there's a default white background layer then delete it. Layer → Layer Style → Blending Options Under This Layer at the bottom see how the left part of the white is moved in. Hold Alt and drag that part of the slider with your mouse until its to your liking.
First go to the Channels panel and select the Blue channel by holding Ctrl/Cmd while clicking on the thumbnail in the channel panel: You should see a marquee appear on the image. Now on the Layers Panel click the icon at the bottom that looks like a black and white cookie: That's for Adjustment Layers. Either Curves or Levels will work. I prefer ...
Here is one approach: Open your file in Photoshop From the menu, Select/Color Range and you will see a screen like the one below Click with the eyedropper on the card which will select most areas but not necessarily all Holding the Shift key, click the eyedropper on other parts of the card Make sure the options are set as shown in the image below Click OK. ...
JPGs do not support transparency. If you want to retain transparency, save to a format that supports transparency such as PNG.
Try something here : https://qrohlf.com/trianglify-generator/ If you don't want any triangles, just put Variance & Cell Size at minimum. You got quite some examples to try, and all of them are using radient, maybe it will gave you the idea. Plus, you can download them at the size you want. Maybe if you reduce the size to the IPhone screen & put some ...
Make sure your image has a transparent background in Photoshop save the file. In Illustrator place the .psd file then go to Object and Image Trace choose Make and Expand, ungroup the image and remove the background.
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