October 16th, 2006

How?

Sorry to bother you guys, but is there a tutorial on deleted actions/history for Photoshop 7? Like is there a tutorial for finding the history of the PSD file. IF you don't get me say so.
knightley
  • 35roses

tutorial #7


Click the image above to view the tutorial

Version of PSP used - 10
Easily translated into other versions of PSP.

PS and GIMP

PS users - Find a way around burn.
GIMP users - Find a way around exclusion.

Movies - ESOTSM - happily   ever after
  • tuath

im sorry to post something so simple

so, ive used PSP for years and years, i have a very good understanding of how to use the program. ive tried a few times to switch to PS, but havent been able to because for the life of me i cannot figure out how to just crop an image. in PSP, its so simple, drag the box over the image, ctrl+c ctrl+v and i have a happy new image. in PS - this just doesnt work. i have looked in the memories, i have used google, im just not finding what i need. how do i crop an image and paste it as a new image in PS CS2. its crazy and i feel silly asking, but - :o) thank you, thank you!
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knightley
  • 35roses

tutorial #8


Click image above to view tutorial

Made in PSP-X, but is easily translatable to other versions of PSP.
Sorry, PS and GIMP users; it includes PSP adjustment layers.

I've Moved.

Question About "Orange" Caps.

I use PSP 9 and I can't seem to find a way to not only lighten this base (and not have it look faded) that I made:


but to make it less orange and more presentable. The best I could do with the lightening part of it is to add 2 screen layers and a white soft light layer:



but I still can't find a way to make it look less orange. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
Seline
ESotSM: Clementine

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How to go from Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting to Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting using Photoshop, as requested by wecrash. Uses Selective Coloring, so is not translatable. Sorry!

h e r e.

Please note that these steps will not work with all bases; most likely you’ll need to fiddle with the settings to get the best results.
POTC - Captain Jack - Pirate

Mod Post: i_t is a NO DRAMA ZONE, People

Next member to post about a certain community that picks up images from a certain feed gets insta-banned. I've deleted five today and I've had it.

Several points, in order:

1.) Just because icon_tutorial has a whole lot of people in it does not make it the right place to post everything you think of that may relate in some way to the icon community or LiveJournal at large. (This is always true, not just today.)

2.) Earlier today, aquamarcia took the appropriate steps to keep this community's images from showing up in certain kinds of crawler lists.

3.) If you think that images you post in web space are yours and sovreign and untouchable, and that the whole internet is going to behave politely, courteously, and with manners, you have another think coming. You do what you can in a limited community like LiveJournal, and that includes taking appropriate steps to protect the things you want protected, but what once goes out onto the Internet anywhere is ALWAYS out on the Internet somewhere. (Remember that when you post pictures of how drunk you got that day, 'cause someday some employer's coming looking.)

I am a cranky, cranky mod today and not in the mood for 16,000 bits of drama, so please don't make me crankier.

Thank you.
Dumbledore's Peeps

Pattern/silhouette tutorial using a layer mask

A day or two ago, olsen_systa posted a question about how to get a certain effect applied to what was once a photo of one of the Olsen twins. It's taken some time and experimentation to develop an answer, but I've developed a technique which closely approximates the desired effect and have turned the experiment into a tutorial, making a different Olsen image into something like this.

About this tutorial:

  • Made in/for Photoshop CS, compatibility with earlier versions dependent on availability of a certain filter.
  • May not be translatable to other software due to the above dependency.
  • Skill level: intermediate (layer mask, saved selection, filter use)
  • The results of the tutorial are highly dependent on the source image possessing certain characteristics. Expect your results to be different if your source image doesn't have lighting and color qualities very similar to the source image in this tutorial.
  • Dialup users should be able to load this tutorial without difficulty. Most images are linked to rather than loaded inline.

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