October 12th, 2008

Super Junior: Yesung

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i checked the memories and didn't find one for this; at least, i think so.

how do you move a subject from one picture to another one accurately?

something like this: (by nocturnalites )
same goes for non-anime/manga, like this: (by curly_the_sue )

I've tried erasing the subject's background but I always end up chopping some parts off, or it looks really obvious it was erased (especially when it comes to hair!)

I'm using PS CS3 Extended.

'Cutting' an image out

This community has been such a help and I call on you guys once again. 

I can only find tutorials on blending, which I get. I am having some issues "cutting" an image out. I don't know what this kind of thing is officially called, which is probably why I couldn't find any tutorials on it.
I use Adobe Photoshop 7.0

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saving problems

Hi, I'm sorry if this has already been asked but from the memories I couldn't find the right answer.

I have problems saving my iocns. I use Photoshop CS3 and I usually do "save for web" and then either choose jpg or png-24 but from the preview I can see the quality's not the same and the color are not as bright as the image... I do not know what I'm doing wrong here since it was what I've always done... anyone can help me here?

Thanks anyway!
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Text Tool won't let me "enter"...

I've been using Photoshop CS3 on Window XP for a while and recently I moved on to Vista.

I don't know if it has to do with the XP or Vista change but this is the first time my text tool won't let me start a new line. Every time I hit Enter to try to start a new line of text, Photoshop just gets out of the text editing (The dashed box around my text disappears). Because of this I can't even start a new line.

Any ideas on how to fix this?
Thank you very much in advance!