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Much of any output quality will depend upon specifics regarding any canned template you've downloaded. It's entirely possible the resolution of such a template is below optimum settings. However, using Live Type Layers within Photoshop should generally yield good results provided any PDF job options are set accordingly (and the Photoshop file is high quality)...


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Increasing the image size under the image tab can help, but not by much. But still, it is better than not doing anything. After that, change the anti-aliasing method from None to Sharp. That usually take away the blur. I've used this trick before and it worked like a charm.


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It's not an effect. I suspect these are just low resolution photos or video captures shot with a phone camera from several years ago. Anyway, it's easy enough to simulate it in Photoshop Use a regular (present day) phone to take a photo. Do Image > Image Size, take a note of the original size in pixels, ensure that the "Resmaple" option is checked. Change ...


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As it is hard to impossible to create high end images from a poor source there are plenty of filters and plugins to degrade image quality to any level. This also includes creating fake video camera images. To achieve any desired effect we need to think of the limitations our poor quality images have. For a low end video camera these are mainly the ...


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No one "owns" Photoshop any more :) everyone merely "rents" it (which is horrible) Anyway... Those images are simply bad cell phone camera photos or low quality video snapshots. That's how the camera took them. Nothing was "done" to them to make them look that way. If you want something similar.. get a really low-end, circa 1995, video camera and take ...


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I wouldn't say importing the pdf at a high quality is a naive solution, If importing a 580x890 it should be set to at least 800-1000 pixels/in The resolution box does appear at first to mean 100% but that's not the case.


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