January 12th, 2007

  • leejen

Question

Hi. I was wonderin' about the "save for web" (or something like that) option. I have never used it till awhile ago and everytime after I saved the icon and wanted to close my icon, i would get if I wanted to save and i said yes to a few while rushin right now. Now my question is: are the icon PSDs automatically quality reduced everytime i open it like with animated gifs? I saved a few animated ones after I optimized it and then later modified them just a little and the quality was still reduced even though I tried upping it. Let me know. Thanks.
also, i still haven't recieved much help on the coloring for these:
http://community.livejournal.com/icon_tutorial/5435162.html
Any help on that is welcome as well.
bb harry

2 problems, help needed!

I just got photoshop CS3 and I have already a problem working with it. Always when I try to open an image it says:

"The document "xxxxxxx" has an embedded color profile that does not match the current RGB working space.

What would you like to do?

1. Use the embedded profile (instead of working space)
2. Convert document's colors to the working space
3. Discard the embedded profile (don't color manage)"


How could I get this fixed or which one of those I should choose? I used to have photoshop CS and there wasn't this problem.

Another thing is that when I try to resize the image (image - image size) it comes out very pixely (actually it's kinda' pixelised already when I open the image). How could I fix that?

thanks for any help!

edit. solved!
dogs » bad behavior.

Brightening caps

Hawaii 5-0 - Steve

Tutorial #002: Hermione Granger (inglish-spanish)

Tutorial #002: Hermione granger (inglish-spanish)

Made by photoshop CS using selective colors -> Hecho con photoshop CS y usando corrección selectiva

I prefer you take your own base and not my base please. Thanks! -> Prefiero que utiliceis vuestra propia base y no pilleis esta por favor. ¡Gracias!

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