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Jan
31
answered Is there a way to script InDesign to read the EXIF information of a photo?
Jan
31
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to convert .svg to .eps?
Jan
31
comment What is the font in the Profmat logo?
The P is probably an R with the descender clipped off. You will need to modify it or mask it.
Jan
31
comment Remove “padding” around layer similar to Image->Trim with PS CS5
You cannot remove transparent pixels. The item on that layer already is cropped to that. TO select that, you can ctrl+click on the layer thumbnail in the layers palette. If you can provide some example of the item or a mockup exhibiting a similar problem, please do.
Jan
31
answered Remove “padding” around layer similar to Image->Trim with PS CS5
Jan
31
comment How do you make a selection within a selection?
try it. I was pretty explicit about selections remaining active when switching tools.
Jan
31
comment What is the font in the Profmat logo?
ACTUALLY, I take that back: the logo is a mixture of uppercase and lowercase letters normalized for height & size. That typeface looks correct.
Jan
31
revised What is the font in the Profmat logo?
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Jan
31
comment What is the font in the Profmat logo?
It is Piegnot Demi, but the linked typeface is not actually the typeface "Peignot"
Jan
31
answered Simplify illustrator object to just its visible parts
Jan
31
comment How can I remove white pixels around circles when exporting this to gif?
kontur is correct about the reason for the roughness (i.e. on/off binary state of transparency). Depending on context, one might cheat a little by creating a slightly larger, nearly identical image saved as a PNG with alpha transparency and place it as a static background image with the low-color animated gif centered on it. This way you can ensure the matte color (as described in kontur's answer) can be known with a higher degree of certainty.
Jan
31
comment How do you make a selection within a selection?
Once selected, consider the selection itself an object which can be worked on.
Jan
31
comment How do you make a selection within a selection?
It is worth experimenting, but the ability to add and remove is tool based. You can easily switch tools without destroying the selection. If you need to break it into steps to get your head around, you can select a part you want to remove, create a temp layer, flood it with black and hide it. Deselect, make a new selection, and then ctrl+shift+click the icon of the temp layer to subtract the temp layer. etc. etc.
Jan
30
revised Why do I get color banding when using Color Dodge and a dark colored gradient?
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Jan
30
answered InDesign Table of Contents with section headers which occur multiple times
Jan
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revised Why do I get color banding when using Color Dodge and a dark colored gradient?
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Jan
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Looking to achieve frame effect with shadows at corners
Jan
30
answered Why do I get color banding when using Color Dodge and a dark colored gradient?
Jan
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it possible to scale using nearest neighbour with the transform tool?
Jan
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comment How to create the effect in this animated GIF of morphing faces?
I think that there is possibly a flag-wave loop being used as for lighting modulation. The tiles seem fairly uniform, probably a static filter but give the impression of motion due to the shoulders and background from individual portraits. The two (one?) basic effects are applied with a central gradient mask such that the effects are more pronounced at the edges of the frame and the center is more purely the morphed frames.