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One way of doing it is to use the clone tool(). This tool basically lets you choose a source to copy from, then use it like a brush to paint the source over the destination. To select a source, press Ctrl+Left Click with the cursor over the source, then you can begin drawing over the destination. In this case, you have to make sure that the source is a ...
tbh, the easiest way would be to source an image of a clear blackboard (but with the smudges and texture you want) and use that to replace the board in the background. So look for some masking and layer blending tutorials for gimp, that should help you out a bit.
Instead of creating a contrast by playing with the dark tones of your pictures, you could do the opposite and "illuminate" some parts. 1) You could use 2 different gray; one made of black for what's on top of your UI and the background could be a monotone of a different gray. This way, the "gray" on top of your design will loo like a darker gray, and the ...
I'm assuming the UI popup is gray near the border, and the background picture can have areas of various grays including black and white. The problem is that the contrast between the UI popup and the background varies unpredictably, and can be zero. Even the whole border of the popup could be adjacent to background of the same gray level, like when the ...
Todays Adobe CC Update (2015) brought the solution to this problem. You can now enable paragraph shading to add a background to paragraph styles.
If you used a layer mask, make sure your black color recipe is 100% in all CMYK (Cyan 100, Magenta 100, Yellow 100 and Black 100). If you use the default black to do your masking, it's possible there will be a bit of transparency on your mask and show the background. It's often hard to see so maybe that's why your background looks perfectly transparent in ...
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