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Some other possible answers. 1) Imagine if you have a blog and upload a photo called photo.jpg. Some days later a friend send you a photo called photo.jpg. When you download it to your images folder you probably will rename it photo1.jpg or a more specific name. photo_sent_by_john.jpg If you upload that photo there is no way the blog know how to rename ...


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To crop a layer: Double-click the "Crop Tool" in the Toolbox. In the Crop Tool's "Tool Options" dialog, check the checkbox next to "Current Layer Only". Note: By selecting this box, all future use of the crop tool will only apply to the current layer. You must open this dialog again and uncheck the checkbox to crop the image again.


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First understand that resolution + width + height = Print size. You can't change the left side of the equation and expect the right side to stay the same. From the sound of things you are trying to alter the width, height, and resolution but retain the print size. That's why you are struggling. If you are not printing these images, the resolution field ...


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Simple ratio: PPI = Pixels per inch Same centimeters with different number of pixels mean different densities of said pixels. The denser the pixels, the highest the quality (resolution). So one of your images might be 72ppi while the other might be 300ppi.


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A great deal depends upon how "your friend" constructed the file. It sounds as if there are some raster images linked to the file. They aren't going to appear without the original images. That's why you get the warning when opening the file. The type may have been converted to outlines due to how it interacts with the raster images. There are times where ...


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To Complete and answer my own Question Here is the Update from last year: Big update on this topic is presented with PS CC 14.2! Now you can have linked smart objects, it works like in InDesign. Just go to File->Place Linked… and choose your .psb file. This is the Promo video from adobe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6AIgoFDwlk


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The easiest way I know to do this is to create a separate artboard for each illustration. To do this, make sure each one is grouped together. Go to File->Document Setup->Edit Artboards or just hit Shift+o to start editing the artboards. Then just click twice (not double-click) on each group to make a new artboard for each one, it will automatically size ...


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you need to select all your artworks, then go Object>Slice>Make file> save for web, after choosing the slice select tool from the left panel you can select each artwork holding shift, and then change from the right panel the options (file type, quality etc.) you can use slice select tool by double clicking on each object, it will bring a dialog box where ...


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What order should pages be? (sequential or otherwise) Generally, for the designer, reader spreads (sequential). It is most often in the hands of the print provider to impose a reader spread PDF or document into printer spreads for production. There are some cases (generally for smaller print shops) where you may be asked to create printer spreads. But ...


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I think the only way to get the spinner (Image A) to spin at the center is make the spinner a square. You have the artboard a square but when you move the PNG, it does not move based on the artboard but on the center of the spinner. You will have to move one of the points to fit the edge of the artboard. For this, I made the right part fit to the bottom ...


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You need to modify the image with an external editor and re-embed it. When you embed a raster image in Inkscape, it embeds it in the href of the image using a data URI: <svg:image xlink:href="data:image/jpeg;base64,[...]"/> When you resize an embedded image in Inkscape, what it does it is changes the height and width attributes of the ...


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If you just want to remove some of the blue and decrease the overall saturation... choose Image > adjustments > Hue/Saturation and move the Saturation slider to the left. The father left you move it, the more grey the image will get.


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You can do this easily in Photoshop: From the top toolbar select Images > Adjustments > Black & White From here you can play around with the presets to get the effect you want.


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A free option would be to download GIMP.


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I can not personally recommend a website to find what you are looking for due to the fact I create my own, I will suggest using more precise terms when attempting a search query. If you are looking for buttons, icons, and other such things. Using these terms will allow you to better sort through the vast amount of images. Don't forget to use the term ...


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Make and adjust your graphic frame, then copy your image and 'Paste in to' instead of regular paste. Is this what you needed?


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You don't have many options if you really want to keep the text in the same exact position on all the pages. You can only shrink the size of all your images to have the same height. You can have a look at catalogs to see how they do it. It's acceptable to have a layout for vertically tall products and one for products that are more horizontally long. ...


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You can search for panoramic images, and landscape images. You can also have a look at this website: https://unsplash.com/ and see if you find keywords on this site to help you find similar websites with similar content. If you use a picture instead of a graphic, you can really drop the JPG quality very low and the compression won't be too visible; but the ...



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