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But, I just have a huge question... where the heck does everyone find their stock images (Like people with bright makeup) and their pictures of famous people (They look almost like paprazzi pics)?? Any help would be appreciated!
Could someone please recommend some stock tutorials. I like real bright vibrant colors that stand out. Thanks soo much!!
Yes, I know this is a icontutorial community, but seriously I have no idea where else to ask. This is my first LJpost, btw.
I have this problem in photoshop and I wonder if you can help. When I define an image as brush, it turns greyscale. Is it in anyway possible to make these brushes colored? Or do I have to make them only imagepacks? Please help.
If it was a mistake to post here for this question, I am sorry.
I am looking for a "Rounded Edge" tutorial. I've searched everywhere but can't find it. It was a certain tutorial that used large images to explain the steps (not LINKS to the pictures or with no pictures at all). As this was the only round edge tutorial that I could actually understand, I really need to find it, as I lost the link and can't remember how it's done. I use Photoshop 7. I realize this is vague, but I'm as lost as you are.
Random question, if it's too far off-topic feel free to delete but I didn't know quite where to post it.
I'm using PS CS2, and I could've sworn that before I had to reinstall it, it would add in the file extensions on its own. So, if I changed the file name and didn't leave the extension in the Name box, it would still save as the extension that was selected. It doesn't do that anymore =\ If there's no file extension in the Name box, it saves as a File (not of any type). Not to mention, if I was trying to save something as a PNG, for example, but the original filename still had the .psd (the default), it would save as a psd. Did this always happen and I'm just confusing PS with another program, or is something messed up? If so, any clues on how to fix it?
edit: I just realized the part about saving as a PNG with the psd still in the filename was probably very confusing. What I meant was, if I change the filename in the Name field but still leave the .psd there (with PNG selected as the type of file to save as) it saves the file as a psd instead of a PNG. Hopefully that's a bit clearer.
Ok I was wondering if anyone knew how you can blend two pictures together to make them look like one, like two pictures of people, i've tried it a few times but you can always really badly tell how i've done it =( If anyone could help me i would really appreciate it! Thanks, oh and i use Photoshop CS
If anybody has a big page of tutorials or knows of anyone who has one could you post them here please?