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Do whatever you did with "Hello" Select all layers except the background layer. Turn layers into smart object. Duplicate the newly created smart object. Let's call it HelloB FLIP HelloB vertically. Do not rotate it. flip it, then position it underneath Hello. Set transparencies and stuff to HelloB. For that vanishing effect, i would apply a layer mask to ...


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Since this is tagged as web-design: Although your purpose for these calendar images is not clear, in order to create this in the most dynamic way, I'd recommend using HTML's little know <time> element (which is supported back to IE9) and CSS as opposed to creating a bunch of variation images because it's much easier to update. Here's a basic ...


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A quick and dirty way in photoshop would be to open the image in photoshop, go to image/adjustments/hue&saturation, select colorize and then tune the Hue and Saturation sliders. Because you are using a png, you might have to clip out the parts you do not want to be effected and leave those parts a layer above the copy of the image with the parts you need ...


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you could have the layers grouped up, add the adjustment to the group as a clipping mask and then export the group. That way, all the layers are exported with the adjustment made. Hope it helps.


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You don't need the 3rd layer. Lower the flow of your brush and opacity if you like, although the lowered flow alone should be enough, and just paint back in the parts of the forest you want to show over the woman


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Okay, so straight from the horses mouth - there is no "flatten" feature. Seems like a fairly basic operation to me! "There isn't a merge command like in Photoshop, but as a workaround you can create a new empty layer, drag everything else to inside that layer and then go to Layer -> Rasterize..." ...


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when you want to copy/paste into a layer mask, be sure to "alt+Click" on the layer mask and then you can paste into it (or go the mask channel and active the last one)


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The problem is perspective, which is different in the two shots. The older image was taken with a tilt-shift lens or a view camera, and the photographer slightly overcompensated: the sides of the building diverge from bottom to top. In the newer shot, the camera was tilted up, giving the more usual converging lines on the building sides. My approach here ...


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Highlight the object or objects and choose "Collect In New Layer" from the Layer Panel Menu The Layers Panel is actually a Layers, Sublayers and Object panel. Anything with brackets in its name (<Path>, <Group>) is an object and not a layer. Layers can contain sublayers and objects. Sublayers can contain objects. Objects can only contain ...


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Auto-select is a great tool, but if you need to isolate a specific layer to save it for web with a transparent background, here's the next step. Once the layer is selected, drop down the layer menu (the little arrow in the upper right of the layer palette) and choose Duplicate Layer. Notice at the bottom of the dialog is a Destination field. Drop that down ...


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Its best to pay attention to your layers from a printer stand point. When building a file for print layers do matter for the RIP and how it will process the CMYK. Text should be your top most layer. Photos next then Effects using transparencies. This is a really rough and general way to explain it. However, the way a RIP will process the PDF that you are ...


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Use the find options at the top of the Layers Panel etc. Narrowing search parameters hides other layers. If you want to see the layers in the layer panel, but not view the other layers in the document window you can Option/Alt-click the visibility icon for the layer, that will turn off visibility for all other layers.


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When using the Move Tool (pointer) change the option at the top to be Auto-select "Layer", then you can use Ctrl + Click to select that specific layer. Or just check the box next to that option to always auto select the layer you click on.


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You can make a new comp Cmd+N with the screen dimensions, and in the project panel, drag that new comp into your main comp. Then you can make the UI animations within that new comp and they will be updated to your main comp. The new comp size will work sort of like mask in this case. If you've already created/animated the layers in your main comp, you can ...


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In CC this seems to have changed slightly to a rather unintuitive process: With your layers ready to make frames from, open the timeline panel. You should see Create Frame Animation in the middle of the panel. If you only see Create Video Timeline, use the arrow next to it to switch to frame mode. Click the button. This will create a single frame in the ...



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