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This is a contrast issue more than a sharpness issue. Try Cmd+Shift+Alt+L for Auto Contrast or Image → Auto Contrast. or Image → Adjustments → Black & White to get specific control.


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OK, I must be nuts but I redrew it. Now I get: 710024577829 That is so similar to my other answer I have to think that the first answer (G10024577829) is probably right, and I simply didn't redraw it accurately enough)


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I cleaned it up to a degree using Perspective transform, Curves, Dust & Scratches (filter) and Unsharp mask. This useful website: https://online-barcode-reader.inliteresearch.com/ then read the code as: G10024577829 No idea if that's right, but I tried another cleanup of the same image and it read the same, so I am quite confident. The little graphic ...


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Using the work by mayersdesign, this was easy. This is Code 39. The image is backwards/upside-down. Once you turn the image 180 degrees, you can see the proper Code 39 headers. (The beginning is different from the end.)


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In the Layers palette, make sure you have selected the topmost layer that has visible pixels. Then press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+E to make a new layer that has a rasterised version of all visible layers.


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The sponge tool is used to saturate & desaturate. On 50% grey, it has no colour information to start from, so it can't change it at all.


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Command/Ctrl+Option/Alt+Shift+N (new Layer) Then... Command/Ctrl+Option/Alt+Shift+E (Merge Visible) Creates a new layer then merges everything visible on that layer, leaving all other layers as they are. You can then Right-Click/Control-Click and Duplicate Layer to a New document.. save... It'll save much faster. I suggest both commands to avoid merging ...


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This picture is way too large with 3024px width and height. That's about 1 meter x 1 meter big with a resolution of 72 dpi. Instagram compresses too large images. And with your picture it has a lot of resizing and compressing to do and the online engine is not the best to do that. The minimum size is 110 x 110 px. So try maybe resizing it yourself to 180 x ...


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here are a couple of things that stand out to me: I think the color scheme, especially the orange color used for some buttons and text, could use some work. There are a lot of colors going on in the pages, which makes sense to create a "playful" feel for the site, but the saturation on the orange buttons is too high compared to the rest of the ...


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The only method that will work to some degree, is to make sure raster images for the web are saved with an sRGB colour profile - which is the worldwide standard for colour reproduction on the web. However, even if you have calibrated your own screen/devices, you can't calibrate colours on other users' screens/devices so they will look exactly the same as ...


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Comparing monitors man is like comparing cars, they all have 4 wheels, but the rest is all very different. No real fix, so better move on.


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Use copy method with alt Basically, there are many of ways to duplicate layers in Photoshop, and I use various methods in different scenarios, but in your case instead of using normal copy paste, try the following: Select the layers/ groups you want to copy Hold down Alt key and drag your layers to another artboard! Make sure you drag only after pressing ...


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As @Scott says, some sign places cut vinyl and want sheer vectors: .eps, .ai, .dxf, .dwg, some even take .svg - so it depends upon your specific printer’s pipeline and production technology what file format and graphic methods they need. Clearly a small-format pixel-painted business card design element will need to be redrawn as vector art prior to any use ...


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It won't work with the emboss because it overshadow's (haha) the stroke. I think they used two inner shadows (one white on lighten, one black on multiply) for the relief effect, a regular white stroke and drop shadow. You'll have to play around abit with the adjustments. Also it seems like they upped the saturation of the text (see at the H) with an ...


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I believe this is a printer preference, not a Photoshop preference. In order to set printer default options, you will need to open the printer's settings from outside of Photoshop (System Preferences) and set that check box.


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