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There is a really simple way to do this by using the fuzzy select tool to create a path. There is a short tutorial/example on how to do it at Smoothing Jagged Edges on an Image in GIMP.
You have it backward; png and gif both support a transparency channel, jpg does not. Have you tried using smaller images to populate the carousel ? There is a setting in Photoshop under file menu that will let you save your file to the web. You can try different optimization levels until you achieve the proper balance between size and look.
Pretty close to what @Vincent said, but with a key addition. Add a Hue & Saturation adjustment layer over the original, then make sure colorize is selected. You can see the settings I did to get it here, or you can tweak it some more. Cheers!
Try this, it will get you where you want to go quicker and with no editing artifacts: Add a new blank layer on top of the image Click on the foreground color icon and enter the color you want in the Hex color box Fill the new layer with this color (or any other color yo want), this will cover your image entirely Change the blend mode to "Color" And you ...
Try and use Color Replacement for this. You can do this destructively with Image > Adjustments > Hue/Saturation and shifting the Hue slider, or conservatively with a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer. To make such a layer, click the Create new fill or adjustment layer icon in the layers palette and choosing Hue/Saturation.
Printing at X resolution, placed images will not benefit from being greater than X effective resolution. If there is a forced limitation on the resolution at the output, then everything will end up at that resolution anyway. In fact, there may be a benefit in starting out with the exact output resolution because then you at least have some control over how ...
This means the icon should have a white color for any lines/shapes that your icon has and be transparent in all other areas.
You could drag all your photos into a canvas that's sized to your selected dimensions and then just save them back out. This is usually how I crop a bundle of photos in Photoshop at once. Make a new 1280px x 480px document. Drag or paste each image onto a new layer. Move each image around until they are in the desired crop position File > Export > ...
Using the Add Border filter only seems to work if you want to apply a border to the entire image. It looks like it just creates a new layer on top for the border and resizes the canvas. It doesn't work for individual layers. You can manually do the same thing for an individual layer. Duplicate the layer that needs a border. (This duplicate layer will be ...
Just copy the layer using Duplicate Layer. It'll help.
Go to Filters -> Decor -> Add Border... Then choose your border settings From the GIMP help files Border X size, Border Y size Here you can select the thickness of the added border, in pixels. X size (left an right) and Y size (top and bottom) may be different. Maximum is 250 pixels. Border color Clicking on this button brings up the color ...
I'm sure there are easier ways of doing this such a AE or 3ds max etc but it is completely possible in photoshop. As you say, this will be a series of the same image expanding to achieve your result. You will need the one image and then x amount of animation frames on the timeline. In the first frame you will set the image so it zoomed out as much as you ...
I will explain how to do this in After Effects, but many other NLE such as Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro X offer the same features, only slightly differently presented: Open After Effects (or your NLE editor) Import the image into it Make it the exact duration that you want your shot to be Create keyframes for "position" and "scale" on this layer at the ...
Upload to facebook and then save it ;)
The best method is to use a common element in both images, line that element up in the various photos and the other objects in the photo are in the proper relative position then. In your image.. the sign. Simply ensure the sign in both images is the same size and in the same position and the vehicles will be in the proper position as well. From what I see ...
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