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Bring your image to Illustrator and create a symbol out of it. Draw a simple curved shape Use 3D distort to extrude the curved shape and map the symbol with your art to the right surface You will need to adjust 3D Extrude and mapping options to get the exact result that you need.
Step 1: Ad on top of the background tunnel layer: Step 2: Lighten the opacity to help you see. Then do Edit > Transform > Distort on the new layer. Drag the corners to be aligned with the corners of an existing ad Step 3: Edit > Transform > Warp on the new layer to get the nice curves. It'll require a bit of fine tuning but its not too hard. Step 4: ...
Adjusting the coloring: If your friend photographed the tea box in raw format, open Adobe Bridge, find the image, and double click on it. This will open up a Photoshop plugin called Adobe Camera Raw. You can use the sliders to adjust the white balance (e.g. making the tea box more yellow and less blue), increase the vibrancy, and increase the amount of ...
Yes. Crop the image to include just the area that you need Select All and copy Go into your channels palette Create a new channel Paste Invert Manually color the tea box white (You may need to use paths/ selection tools to select the tea box prior to coloring it) Control click on the new channel (This will get all the white and shades of grey selected) Go ...
You can try to use the Reduce Noise filter in Photoshop on the original image. So the steps for you would be then: Convert image to B&W (Layer 1) Duplicate the image, then invert it (this is Layer 2) Set the layer blending mode of Layer 2 to Colour Dodge. Apply a Gaussian Blur to Layer 2. Select Layer 1, go to Filter -> Noise -> Reduce Noise. ...
I would add some lines like in the wlan-icon as they represent unseen signals From IconFinder:
Open the image in Photoshop Double-click the layer Background to make a regular Layer out of it. Go to Image -> Adjustments -> Replace Color... Shift-click on the image to get the color range you want selected. You can adjust the Fuzziness parameter to your liking. Now choose the replacement color in the lower panel.
Create a new adjustment layer. Click the Icon the lower red arrow is pointing to! Then you can adjust the hue slider, (the top red arrow). Keep in mind this will not always be the case. It works in your scenario because blue is the only actual color and the rest is black and white. There are also a number of other ways to accomplish this. However this is ...
The easiest way is to find a picture of an iPhone or something that you like and then paste your image over the screen. Then use the perspective tool to align it properly. For mugs and such you may be able to use the distort tool to carefully stretch the shape to look as if it is printed on the mug.
Personally I am more of a fan of the Exposure or Shadows/Highlight options as I feel they give finer control to the levels of the darks and lights along with the gamma correction needed to get really sharp curves to mimic the OP image mentioned... Take your photo: De-saturate it by switching the mode to Grayscale: Adjust the image using Exposure ...
Click on the adjustment layer button (the little circular icon at the bottom of your layers palette) Select either Black & White or Hue/Saturation. Black and White is a one-click option. With Hue/Saturation, you can dial down the sliders and play with the levels.
To make it black and white go to Image => Adjustment => Disaturate To make it look like a poster do Image => Adjustment => Posterize you can play with levels to make it a bit more interesting
This effect could also be achieved with the Stamp filter. (Filter>Sketch>Stamp) Though that is of course not to say that it cannot be achieved with the Photocopy filter. It depends what suits the image most. Toggling the Light/Dark Balance as well as the smoothness in this filter may achieve very close to the result you want depending on the source ...
The Photocopy Effect in Photoshop will probably come closest to this. But before applying it to the source image you're going to need to push the contrast way down, and adjust the brightness to get this level of minimalism from the effect. And possibly do a couple of big noise reductions to the image to take out any sharp edges. Photocopy Filter (effect) ...
1.Ctl+T with layer selected 2.Right Click Layer - Select Distort 3.Drag points to corners of you devices etc.
There is easier way - select the white background, invert it, define brush preset, create new file based transparent, grayscale - and this is. Select the brush, which is the last in the list and click once with black fourground swatch. Voila! Than you can save as web - png.
What you are looking for is an effect called halftone. It is basically a raster effect, and you can play with settings in effects -> halftones. You would have to make a few different layers for different colours. This post explains how it works.
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