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    Adobephotoshop blur tool
    Sunday, July 30, 2006
    Fotoshop blur tool

    Today on AdobePhotoshop blog I will explain Blur tool. From tools palette, pick Blur tool (see picture). On Brush, you can pick size what you need. And than, just drag on part of photo you like to blur. Here is example where girl is blurred but rest of photo is not. Nice tools in this Adobefotoshop, isn't?

    Photo after blur tool
    posted by acca @ 3:14 PM   0 comments

    How to make pale, bleakly, luridly photo in Photoshop
    Wednesday, July 26, 2006
    duplicate photoshop layer
    You have regular photo, and you need to make pale, bleakly or luridly photo. It can be done just in few steps in AdobePhotoshop. Open photo in Photoshop. On Layer, right-click and duplicate background layer (see first pic). Click eye in front of first background to become invisible. Now, on Opacity, low value where you want. You can preview at the moment, so you see what value of opacity you want. That is procedure if you want transparent pale picture. If you want not transparent, just make another layer, and fill it white. Than, put it at bottom of all layers. Save photo, and that's for today from AdobePhotoshop blog.

    pale make photo


    posted by acca @ 6:00 PM   0 comments

    Remove - erase date from photo with Photoshop
    Tuesday, July 25, 2006
    Photo with date

    You have photo you made with your digital camera, but you have date on it, and you want to erase it. So, how to remove date from photos? Easy. Open photo in AdobePhotoshop, and zoom it to see date clearly. Pick up Clone stamp tool (see pic).
    Clone stamp tool

    Now, hold ALT and click left mouse close near date on photo. Move on date, and just click left mouse. You see? That part where you clicked with ALT, copied there where date was. Now you see procedure. Just do it few times, and you will get clear photo without date on it.

    Photo after clone stamp Photoshop and date removed


    posted by acca @ 8:18 AM   1 comments

    Contest for CD cover design in Photoshop
    Saturday, July 22, 2006
    Janet was really inspired by fan-created art that was being posted to her bulletin board, and thought it would be fun to give fans a chance at designing the cover of her new album "20 Years Old".
    You can design cover in:
    Photoshop Elements 4.0
    Adobe Photoshop CS2
    Adobe Illustrator CS2
    Freehand MX
    GNU Image Manipulation Program
    The winning design may be electronically recreated in a high-resolution format with graphic elements added. In the event any winning design is not used, the applicable winner(s) will receive an autographed copy of the winner's winning design plus Janet Jackson's entire album catalog on CD which represents the Sponsor's entire liability in such event (ARV $130.00 each). Sixteen (16) Runner-Up Prizes: entire album catalog on CD (ARV: $130.00 each). Total ARV of all prizes: $2,600.00.

    more on design contest
    posted by acca @ 5:01 PM   0 comments

    Distort - Ocean ripple Photoshop filter
    Thursday, July 20, 2006
    First photo
    I've posted about Brush strokes Sumi-e filter and about Motion blur filter in AdobePhotoshop. In this post I will try to show you where you can use Distort - Ocean ripple Fotoshop filter. We have clear fish photo (it's moonfish actually, but that doesn't meter now :) ). Open photo in Adobe Photoshop, and open Filter-Distort-Ocean ripple. There you can try different values, you have preview, and if there is Undo, you can always use. On other photograph here, you can see this fish like it's in the sea. You can actually feel ocean. That is real value of this free in-build Photoshop filter.
    Distort - Ocean ripple
    posted by acca @ 2:29 PM   0 comments

    Brush strokes - Sumi-e - Photoshop filter
    Monday, July 17, 2006
    start photo
    Some nice effect you can make in Adobe Photoshop filter Brush strokes - Sumi-e. First picture here is start photo. On Filter-Brush strokes-Sumi-e, you can play with contrast, stroke width and stroke pressure.

    Brush strokes - Sumie contrast 19

    In first primer, stroke width is set to 3, stroke pressure - 0 and contrast is 19. On 2nd working photo, contrast is set to 0. You see, 2nd picture is like blur, but first can be interesting with that black mix.

    Brush strokes - Sumie contrast0
    posted by acca @ 2:18 PM   0 comments

    Enhance Your Digital Photos With Photoshop CS
    Saturday, July 15, 2006
    Enhance Your Digital Photos With Photoshop CS
    by: Granny's Mettle

    Digital cameras are wonderful items to have. Unlike before when you have to content yourself with what the developer has produced from your roll of film, nowadays, we have the flexibility to do whatever we want to do with our photos. You could enhance the color, perhaps, or cut out unwanted people and things from the photos. You could also take away the face of the girl from the photo of the man you’re fascinated with and exchange it with your face instead. The enhancements that can be made are limitless.

    For Photoshop CS, you could take your digital photos to new heights with the software’s features and tools. To get the most out of the application, here are a few suggestions:

    * To lighten dark photos, open the photo you want to edit and select Image from the main toolbar. Then, click Adjustments, and then select Brightness/Contrast. Just adjust according to your preference, and until your are satisfied with your photo.

    * To add more color, click on Image from the main toolbar. Then choose Adjustments, followed by Match Color. Increase and decrease the Color Intensity setting until you’ve reached your satisfaction.

    * When removing the background from your photo, or a person or thing, select Pen Tool from the Tools panel on your screen. Using the tool, start on one side of the object and click around the outline. This will extract the object you want removed. Take note that this is a delicate process. The more accurate your outline, the better your final image will be. Zooming in would also help you get an accurate outline.

    * To optimize your photos for the Web, Photoshop has an image optimizer that can reduce the file size that usually slows down the loading time in the Web. When your dealing with the web, time is of the essence. The software reduces the size of the file while preserving the quality of the image.

    To do this, open your image and choose File from the main menu. Select Save for Web. A new window will open with some basic presets. Select then the file size you need and save the document.

    Doing these suggestions can help you enhance your digital photos. And if you’re one of the unfortunate ones and still don’t have a digital camera, you can still use the tips. Just scan your photos to 300 dpi for best results.

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    posted by acca @ 4:10 PM   0 comments

    Motion blur filter
    Thursday, July 13, 2006
    Motion blur photo
    Here is some kind of short tutorial what can you do with Motion blur filter in Adobe Photoshop. This first pic is start. Than, open Filter-Blur-Motion blur. There you can chose Angle and Distance. Play with it. In top part you have Preview, but you can preview picture right away, so you can see. When you're done, just click OK and save the picture. If you want to back, on Undo you can do that, too.
    Start photo
    posted by acca @ 4:29 PM   0 comments

    Free Silver Bevel Layer Styles download
    Monday, July 10, 2006
    Silver Bevel Layer Styles were created by John Woods and you can download them here . Supports:
    Photoshop 7, Photoshop CS, and Photoshop Elements 2.0 (or higher).


    posted by acca @ 7:45 PM   0 comments

    Disable Get Info Comment Plug-in for Mac
    For Photoshop 6.0.1 "By default, Photoshop will always write information about the document into the Comments field shown in the Finder's Get Info dialog for the document. There are a number of file servers that provide AFP services on computers running other operating systems; some of them do not correctly handle files which have comments in the Get Info information."
    System requirements:
    Adobe Photoshop 6.0.1 for Macintosh

    download here
    posted by acca @ 8:12 AM   0 comments

    How to make avatar in Photoshop
    Saturday, July 08, 2006
    making avatar
    Supposed you have picture 350x278 and you want to make avatar for some forum, MSN, Yahoo, ... Open that photo in Fotoshop, pick Rectangular marquee tool and make a square on part of photo you like for your avatar. Go to Image-Crop. Now, go to Image-Image size and make Width and Height what you need (100x100, 80x80, ...). Look at Constrain Proportions. If that is checked, pic proportions will remain the same. If not, you can make perfect dimensions like 80x80, or 50x50. Play with that Photoshop ability, and look at the results. When you're done, just save on File-Save for web.


    posted by acca @ 4:48 AM   0 comments

    Adobe Photoshop 9.0.1 (CS2) update
    Monday, July 03, 2006
    Adobe Photoshop 9.0.1 update fixes problems discovered in Fotoshop CS2 (9.0).

    - Hanging when using painting tools with quick strokes.
    - A runtime error that sometimes appear when mousing over a high-resolution document with the Brush tool.
    - Quickly opening documents containing a large number of text layers.
    - Problems related to palettes.
    - Opening of TIFF files from certain scanners.
    - Slow performance when toggling layer visibility.

    and much more problems are fixed in 9.0.1 update


    posted by acca @ 3:28 AM   0 comments

    Plastic fotoshop button 4
    Saturday, July 01, 2006
    Fotoshop plastic button
    Chose Gradient Tool [G], click [D], and than [X] to setup default colors (white-black). Go to Options and set "Foreground to transparent". Make gradient from up to down. Create new layer and holding [Ctrl] click on layer with circle, fill it black and chose Select > Modify > Contract. Let contraction be 3 pixels. Go to Select > Feather and make it 5. Click [Delete] and deselect. Set Opacity on 30% and you will get button like on this picture.


    posted by acca @ 5:16 AM   0 comments

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