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This looks like pixelization and then color reduction (to like 8 colors) with dithering possibly with some palette editing I imagine the original (glitched) was created by storing a super low-res and low-color version of the image and then just scaling it up without any smoothing


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I totally understand what you want to achieve here. The best practice for this would be to get the Glitch app on your mobile phone and import your pictures to photoshop for further segmental edits. For Windows or Android you can get it here Glitch App or for ios Glitch app for IOS You can play around and experiment with many styles. However if you ...


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Interesting, well i suggest try this Add Hue,saturation adjustment layer set Saturation to -100 this will desaturate your image & turns into B/W Add gradient map adjustment layer select the required tints if you are new to gradient maps it will be better if you search for some tutorials on it, i hope this helps reply back if it works


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Here is what I will suggest: Above the color image you have add a solid color Choose orange or any other color you like Change the blend mode to "Color" Above the new color layer add your text layer and use white for text color It should give you the same result. You can experiment by double-clicking on the solid color layer and changing the color to ...


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It should be simple to do if you build your layers like this. top White text Orange layer set to multiply Levels layer (if needed) Black and white image bottom If levels are needed, just push the contrast and maybe make the black more grey if you want it to appear faded.


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In Photoshop this can be achieved by using Boolean Operations on a Live Shape object. Draw a square with rounded rectangles. Draw another shape on the same shape layer by holding shift while you draw it. Position the second shape so that it overlaps the first. The areas that overlap will be the areas 'removed'. Select both shapes and click the Subtract ...


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This is the current iOS effect, it's like frosted glass. It looks great. But Photoshop cannot accomplish this effect on-the-fly. It can only be applied on a per-object basis as discussed above. Unfortunately you can't have a "blur layer" only a blurred object.


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You can achieve this using a combination of smart filters & clipping masks. First create all the shapes you want to use as blurred areas and add them to a new group With the background image you want blurred selected go to Filters -> Convert for Smart Filter. This will convert the image to a smart object and allow you to apply filters ...


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You may need to settle for increased or decreased luminance of the area covered by the rectangle. Blur requires pixel-pushing. If luminance variation is acceptable, do the following: Put a new layer above the background Fill it with either white or black Change its opacity to suit the need and taste In the sample below, the white rectangle has 50% ...


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I suggest the following: Take the line art and invert it, with white lines on black Make sure that black is truly black and white is truly white using Curves on this layer, no grays will help On the channels panel Ctrl-Click on the RGB channel to load the luminosity as selection Add a blank layer and while the selection is active fill it with whit Change ...


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You are pretty close with the bevel options but there are a couple of things I would change The main difference is using an Inner Bevel and changing the highlight color. I went with a more subtle highlight color that is not as jarring. I also changed the shadow to a dark brown as that would most likely be around the color. I think you can get better ...


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I think the first approach to try is using the "Bevel & Emboss" feature in the Layer Styles window. Open this dialog window by double clicking on the layer you want (if you open a PDF in Photoshop, the only layer will be "Background", in which case you'll have to double-click on it once to unlock that layer, then again to open the Layer Styles dialog ...


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The bars in the pattern are actually not of exactly the same width. Some bars are slightly thicker, adding a darker mean shade to the image in that location. This way the picture is visible by just a slightly darker mean color (like 50% brightness for the bright regions and 52% brightness for the darker regions). You can do this in photoshop, if you start ...


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There are some changes in color. Tts difficult to see with naked eyes but if you import you object to photoshop and use eyedroper you can see some color variations. How you can achieve this effect: Create the pattern(There are lots of ways to create this if you don't want to create this manually). You can change the color of upper and lower strips ...



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