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May
27
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
Slicy looks awesome and I think it's the answer. Have you tried it? I'd rather use it over other tools since MacRabbit is so well known and should have good support.
May
27
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
Unfortunately, that script doesn't work. It just throws an element not found error after you type in a name on save. That script aside, you still will need to save all versions of the file. But at least you can open the one main PSD rather than opening all of those different versions...right? Is that the main takeaway?
May
27
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
Think I see what you have. Does this sound right: 3 images in one PSD as smart objects. Double click a smart object, which opens a new PSD with only that object. Edit newly opened PSD and it also edits just that one smart object. Save smart object PSD for web. I think it is an ok workflow and much better than opening 3 files...although you kind of end up opening them anyways. Is it possible to edit and have that cascade to all smart objects instead of just one? This would be in case you want to edit a common element (i.e., color).
May
26
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
Nice. I need to read more about smart objects. Do you know of any tutorials showing the specific workflow you mention above?
May
26
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
Maybe logo is a bad example. Let's just say some image. When you change that one image, you will always update 3 images. In regards to your question, they are 3 independent files. You have the main PSD with 3 images. When you update/save, it outputs all 3 sizes. Great workflow and very fast. Why would you want to open 3 different files every time you need to update one image when you can open one file and get the same result? You wouldn't.
May
26
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
@Scott - interesting. I was thinking the method you pointed out was cumbersome.
May
26
comment Best workflow to save an image in 3 different sizes
@Scott - Can't you accomplish the same thing by placing all three images on the same pallet, slicing them and saving? Isn't one save better than 3? Besides, as I mentioned above, there are slight differences in each image.
Nov
23
comment Is this a photo or 3D render, and how would I give a photo a similar effect?
Thanks. Is there some name for this style/genre of photo?
Nov
22
comment Is this a photo or 3D render, and how would I give a photo a similar effect?
@e100: Sorry but this is probably an area your not familiar with. Some comments below have answered my questions.
Nov
22
comment Is this a photo or 3D render, and how would I give a photo a similar effect?
@Marc: Do you think V-Ray is really needed to get the same look? I wonder if the gradient map + bloom effect can achieve it.
Nov
22
comment Is this a photo or 3D render, and how would I give a photo a similar effect?
@thomasrutter: That bloom effect almost looks like it removes the need for anything 3D. If just that effect were applied to the above photo and no 3D, how different do you think the two would be?
Nov
21
comment Is this a photo or 3D render, and how would I give a photo a similar effect?
Would coloring be done in Photoshop first then bring it into the 3D program?
Nov
21
comment Is this a photo or 3D render, and how would I give a photo a similar effect?
Thanks on that link. He mentioned vray and Digital Fusion. Is this the vray he is referring to spot3d.com? There are several hits of Digital Fusion. I'm not sure of their site.