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I'm not sure if this is what's happening here but I seem to remember some copyright protection built into Illustrator. The image may get locked if your downloaded image hasn't been appropriately licensed.
The whole idea behind Cumulative (Combine) is to cut down the size of the file by eliminating the parts that don't change and keeping the bits that do. If you want to go the Replace route (and I can't imagine why, but okay), make a copy of the first layer and merge the copy with the next layer up. Then make a copy of the new layer and merge that with the ...
Open the photo then go to Image After clicking Image choose Adjust color After that Adjust Hue/Saturation In the corner of the pop up click the colorize box Then change the hue and adjust saturation and lighting to get the blue effect that you want.
It really look like a resolution issue but if the resolution is really the same... Some things you can verify: 1) Do your images have the same numbers of bits (8-16-32)? Verify this in "mode" in the "image" menu. 2) Have a look at the "View" menu for any "pixel ratio correction" and reset it to "square" if you want the default one. 3) Have a look at the ...
I use jp2a for ascii art. Straightforward to use from command line: jp2a --width=76 file.jpg And can test results online at asciiconvert.com.
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 ...
I am not sure if they have name. The effect is different in the example sites you have given. In the first one, it almost appears as a lightbox effect with text instead of an image. I am referring to the box that has this text: "Pietro Mellini..." You could call that a "transparent overlay box". But wait a while and someone will provide with more accurate ...
I don't know if that has a name, perhaps a "text block over an image"? I Googled that and found some nice results.
I'm not sure this has a name (may well be proven wrong!) but i would call it a: "Transparent text box"
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