August 22nd, 2008

ron/hermione
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Animation Question

Hey everyone
I would love to know how to make something like this

Credit to THKika (BLM)
Does anyone know that or explane that to me?
And do u need animationshop for that?
I use PSPXI
Thanks

Save for Web loss of color solution

Hello fellow graphic makers!

I have a question and I'm hoping someone on here will be able to solve my problem. Whenever I save an image for web, it loses it's color, most of the time the main problem is just loss of saturation. I've tried in the past to just bump up the color with a Hue/Saturation layer but that hasn't worked too well, often times making the color just turn out all funky. I read on another website that if you check the setting "Use Document Color Profile" when you save it for web, it will save it in that color, and at first it worked really well, only now I'm back to loss of color, only not so intense as it was before.

Any other solutions or suggestions? I know other people have had this problem too so anything you can offer is greatly appreciated :D Thanks a lot!

This is using Photoshop CS, by the way, but I've had the problem in the past with CS2 and Elements 5.0 as well

let's not go back.

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Hello everyone, this is my first post here. :)

I have a few questions and I hope someone can help me out:
1) How do I change the resolution from 300 to 72 when the PDS file is already saved?
2) How do I move a Color Selection layer from one canvas to the other?

I use PS7.
Thanks in advance!
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Color Correction Method

Tutorials for coloring techniques are wonderful, but often they won't work as intended if your original was shot in lighting that casts one color over the entire image. However, this is often fixable - don't give up! You can rectify most hue problems fairly simply, using this method.
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so they can be made into lovely icons in whatever style you wish.

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Made with PSP, probably translatable but not guaranteeing anything. One large image under the cut.
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 I was wondering if anyone knew of a Panorama setting for photoshop?

I have Photoshop 7.0, and I have about 13 pictures that I want to combine into one long one. Does photoshop have some kind of option so that I don't have to do it manually? If you need an example of the images, let me know. Thanks!