Is there any way to fix a really over blurred picture? I went to a concert last night and have this awesome picture, but it came out pretty blurry. So I was just wondering if anyone could teach me how to fix it.
Does anyone know how to achieve the coloring of the icon that I am using for this post? The avatar is by me and I..Kinda have a short-term memory loss. So if anyone has a specific tutorial I can follow that would be great.
IMPORTANT!!! This is a Paint Shop Pro version of the 'Red Highlights Selective Colouring' craze hitting Photoshop users, I used __belfry's image in the selective colouring tutorial @ __belfrycons as a comparison
Level: Moderate-High - layer knowledge a must Program Requirements: Layers, Adjustment Layers (though may not need adjustment layers should the icon be merged prior to a step) Program used: PSP Translateable? No
i need a little help with animation. ok so i know how to make an animation like i want, which is like this header here but my question is how do i get the picture to flash but the text to not flash like in this header? and also when i save the animation how do i get it to save smoothly and not be choppy, as soon as i saved my animation and opened it it just looked choppy and grainy. thanks for any help =)
Maybe someone can help me? I've got Photoshop 7.0 & everytime I use either colour balance or selective colouring & save the icon & then open it again/upload it, it doesn't look the same. It's as if it's got way more saturation or something. So if I put the saturation about 30% down & save it, it looks about the way it was before I saved it, but still somewhat diffrent. I don't know if it's because I use PS through crossover office because Linux is on my computer, but I'd be glad if someone could help me ;) eta: I just realized it's like that even if I don't use colour balance/selective colouring. That's even worse :|
I have a question concerning fixing coloring of screen caps. I have tried making icons with yellow-ish images but I can't fix them. I know how to fix blue, red and even color b&w images, but the yellow-ish caps are driving me nuts :(
I just acquired Adobe Photoshop 8, and followed this tutorial on doing mini movies in icons. I got the whole thing down up to the last part. When it comes to saving the icon, I don't seem to find an animate option, as shown on the tutorial. I realize the verson I hve is newer than that shown in the tutorial, so I was wondering if somebody could help me solve my problem?