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Learn to dodge and burn. There are many ways to do this, the 3 most common are: Dodge and Burn Tool Brush set to Lighten or Darken Curves Adjustment Masked In Dodge and Burn Tool Create a new layer with 50% gray set to Soft Light. Some people even create two of these layers. Name it/them Dodge and Burn. Then use the Dodge and Burn tool to fix the ...
Try to find glasses you like on the Internet. Than, when you remove the curtains just paste "new" glasses into white spaces. Make some tunning and it should be OK.
If the photo is grayscale, you can recolour it in InDesign. Create a box and give it a white fill. Place an image into a box. Select the image with the white arrow (make sure you're selecting the image and not the box that contains it) and change the fill – this will change the colour of the black part of the image. Using a grey will mean your image is ...
Vinyl sticker is best for this purpose. But you need to remove the part from the CPU. It should not be so difficult. Use hair dryer for quick drying. I came across this youtube video of vinyl wrap. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_ZhrrJyLUU
It can be printed on UV Flatbed Printer. If you can find near you who deals in billboards, signage etc. Nowadays, most of them have UV flatbed Printers which are used to print on metals, sun-board, ply board, glass, acrylic etc. Youtube link for a demo
The cheapest is to print in a self adhesive paper. You can either buy a sheet on a copy center, or print the design there, and just cutting it. Obviously you will not see any metalic finish on the image. There are some other materials, like adhesive vinyl and there is one transparent called mylar, that is used for stickers but I am not sure if it can be ...
You could do it in Photoshop otherwise a dirty trick you can do in Indesign. Paste another copy of same image over the image and change blending mode to Screen in Effect panel. Play with opacity to get desire brightness. For contrast Paste another copy over and change blending mode to Overlay... use opacity to control contrast. I know it's not the right ...
First, there is no such thing as Illustrator document's ppi. It just treats pixels as physical units, such that 1 inch = 72 pixel. Second, Raster Effects has no effect on how big Illustrator makes an image pasting it in a document. So, if you create a document with dimensions 1920x1080 pixels, and paste an 144 ppi image of the same dimensions, it ends up ...
No, you can't in the 1.4 stable version. The development version 1.5.x (status April 2016) already has the feature you're looking for. It's in the context menu (and also in the "item" menu, under "Image"). If you're using 1.4.x and you're goal is to transfer the .sla file to a different computer, then you can "File > Collect for output" your work and send ...
I had the same issue and although I couldn't find the root cause, I found that opening the .ai file in photoshop then printing from photoshop solved the issue. You can always save it as a .pdf from photoshop which will also print fine.
That would just be a vector image. drawn in a program such as Adobe Illustrator. There are tools online that will allow you to build a cartoon profile image—just search for 'Cartoon Profile Picture Generator'. But the profile images you see on GitHub are more than likely drawn by hand.
Instead of opening a new image (ctrl + O) in the archive tab, just INSERT it.
Just an additional advice to all the others; Alot say 'play with Gradient' etc. I also suggest you try and "play" alittle with the hue/saturation - especially the 'hue' in your case. You'll be amazed at how many different things you can do with changing these scales :)
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