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Umas das vantagens de usar Smart Object (Objeto Inteligente) no Photoshop, e que ele nao altera os pixels da imagem mantendo a qualidade e as caracteristicas originais do objeto. Imagens que serao impressas em Flexografia precisam de um certo cuidado, pois a Flexo ainda nao atingiu a qualidade da Rotogravura ou da Off-set, mas esta chegando la. Neste video mostro como escalar, copiar efeitos no photoshop e manter a aparencia nos objetos mesmo depois de aumenta-los ou diminui-los. O objetivo deste texto e ajudar os designers a entender os problemas de flexografia, a fim de alcancar melhores resultados nos impressos. A imagem da esquerda tem 72 dpi com zoom de 200% no detalhe e a imagem da direita possui 300 dpi com zoom de 200% no detalhe. Ja se deparou com seguinte problema: Duas imagens de cores distintas, mas precisam ficar iguais. Como eliminar a cor preta de imagens para rodar impressos em apenas 3  cores CMY (ciano, magenta e amarelo)? This version of the tutorial has been fully updated for Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud). You can use any photo you like for this effect, but it tends to work best on images that already have an older look to them.
We'll be using our brush and our layer mask to hide some of the edges around the photo, but to do that, we'll need to be painting on the layer mask with black. First, make sure your layer mask, not the layer itself, is active by clicking on the layer mask thumbnail in the Layers panel. With the mask selected, press the letter D on your keyboard to reset your Foreground and Background colors to their defaults. With our Brush Tool in hand, the layer mask selected and black as our Foreground color, we're ready to create our worn, torn edges. As we can see in the screenshot above, my initial brush stroke didn't completely hide the edge, and that's due to the shape of the brush.
If you find that the default brush size is either too large or too small for your image, you can change its size from the keyboard. Continue working your way down the left side of the image by painting short brush strokes, always keeping roughly two thirds of the brush tip outside of the image in the white canvas area so you don't remove too much of the edge. Once you reach the bottom left corner of the photo, continue around the rest of the image until you're back in the top left corner where you began. Now that our initial torn edges effect is complete, we need to make a copy of what we've done. We don't need the copy we've made just yet, so let's temporarily hide it from view in the document.
The first effect we'll add is Color Overlay which will fill the contents of the layer with a solid color. This opens Photoshop's Layer Style dialog box set to the Color Overlay options in the middle column. Click OK to close out of the Color Picker, but don't close out of the Layer Style dialog box yet because we have a couple more effects to add. With the Layer Style dialog box still open, click on the words Inner Glow in the list of layer styles along the left. The middle column of the Layer Style dialog box changes from the Color Overlay options to the Inner Glow options.
With Drop Shadow selected, lower the Opacity value of the shadow down to around 30% so it's fairly subtle, then change the Angle to around 135°. With the top layer's mask selected, go back around the edges of the image with your brush using short strokes, just as we did initially, to remove even more of the edge.
Again, you can change the size of the brush if needed by pressing the left bracket key ( [ ) to make it smaller or the right bracket key ( ] ) to make it larger.
In 1987, Thomas Knoll, a PhD student at the University of Michigan, found out that his new Mac Plus (third model of computer in Macintosh line) failed to display grayscale images on its 1-bit black and white display. To crack this disadvantage of Mac Plus, Thomas began coding a program that could solve the problem.
Then his brother, John Knoll, who was in charge of the special effects department for Industrial Light and Magic on the 1st Star Wars movie showed interest in the project and recommended that it be developed into a full image editing program.
Image-Pro had many advanced features for displaying images so in the year 1988, Knoll brothers started to sell Image-Pro commercially. The Knoll brothers approached many companies, but none of them were ready to purchase Photoshop.
So up to this, you have seen the development and Journey of “Display”-“Image-Pro” to “Photoshop.” Now you will see the development of Photoshop versions from the beginning. Slight changes like paths in which it furnishes with creation of line based drawings and thus it becomes easier in manipulating. Photoshop 3.0 that supports Macintosh was launched In September 1994 and the same version that supported Windows, IRIX and Solaris was launched in November 1994. Layers and Tabbed palettes were introduced in this version which became an easy process in manipulating images. With this technique, you don't need to worry about the colors in the images at all because we'll be removing them completely and adding our own colors to blend the two photos seamlessly.
The first thing we need in order to blend our two images together is for them to both be in the same document.

Now that I've dragged the beach photo into the other document, I need to resize it, and I can do that easily with Photoshop's Free Transform command.
Problem is, this image is in "landscape" mode, meaning its width is longer than its height, and I've dragged it into a document containing an image that's in "portrait" mode (its height is longer than its width), so even though Photoshop has placed the Free Transform box and handles around my image, I can't see any of the corner handles because the sides of the image are extending out beyond the viewable area of the document.
Now that I can see my corner handles, I can resize my image by dragging any of the corner handles inward in order to fit more of the image into the viewable document area. Hold down "Shift" and drag any of the corner handles inward to resize the image and fit more of it into the viewable area. The beach image looks good, but the image of the couple behind it needs to be moved up higher. A warning message telling me that Photoshop can't move the image on the Background layer because the layer is locked.
The warning message is telling me that Photoshop can't move the image because the layer is locked, and the reason it's locked is because it's the Background layer. Just like that, the layer is no longer a special Background layer, and we're now free to move the image on the layer. Click on the top layer to select it in the Layers palette, then click on the "Add A Layer Mask" icon. Then, up in the Options Bar at the top of the screen, click on the down-pointing arrow to the right of the gradient preview area, which will bring up the Gradient Picker.
Click anywhere else on the screen to close out of the Gradient Picker once you've selected the gradient. Dragging the gradient from just below the top of the beach photo to just above the top of the water line to set the transition area between the two photos.
The two images now fade from one into the other thanks to the black to white gradient we added to the layer mask.
We're going to remove all the color from the image at this point so we can add our own color, which we'll do in a moment. Let's add a little noise to the image to help the two photos blend more seamlessly together. After clicking out of the Color Picker, your image will now be filled completely with the color you chose, which isn't exactly what we wanted. Your image will now be colorized with your chosen color rather than being blocked from view by it. As with most things in Photoshop, there's several different ways to create this type of border, but the way I'll be showing here, using a Solid Color fill layer and a Stroke layer effect, is my favorite because it keeps everything fully editable, making it easy to go back and change the colors later. You could also change the measurement type to Pixels rather than Inches if you know the specific pixel dimensions you need, but usually I find inches is easier when adding a border. Click OK when you're done to close out of the Canvas Size dialog box, at which point Photoshop adds the extra space around the photo. Next, we'll add one of Photoshop's Solid Color fill layers to serve as the color of our border. Photoshop pops open the Color Picker so we can choose the color we want for our fill layer. The reason the fill layer is blocking the image from view is because it's currently sitting above the image in the Layers panel. What if, after seeing how the image looks with the white border, you think it might look better with a black border instead? This re-opens the Color Picker, letting you choose a different color to fill the layer with.
Since the main border is now black, we need to change the stroke outline around the edges to white. Click OK to close out of the Color Picker, then click OK to close out of the Layer Style dialog box, and you're done!
Let’s say you have an image of buildings, trees or other objects that are tilted in your image, or the scanned image is tilted. In this Photoshop tutorial, we'll learn how to take the normally sharp, straight edges of an image and make them look all worn, torn and faded, as if the photo is much older than it really is and hasn't been handled very well over the years. If you're using Photoshop CS5 or earlier, you'll want to check out our original Worn, Torn Photo Edges Effect tutorial. Go up to the Layer menu in the Menu Bar along the top of screen, choose New, then choose Layer via Copy. First, make sure the Relative option is checked, which tells Photoshop to start with our current canvas size and add more space to it. Photoshop uses the current Foreground color as the brush color, so lets quickly set the Foreground color to black. This makes your Foreground color white and your Background color black (these default colors would be reversed if the layer itself, not the mask, was selected).
Pressing the left bracket key ( [ ) repeatedly will make the brush smaller; the right bracket key ( ] ) makes it larger. Even though the name of the effect is Inner Glow, we're actually going to use it as a shadow to darken the edges around the image. Click on the words Drop Shadow at the bottom of the list of effects along the left of the Layer Style dialog box. The lowered opacity of the brush allows the image to partially show through the strokes, creating a faded look.
In this Photoshop Effects tutorial, we're going to learn how to blend photos together like a Hollywood movie poster.
Any recent version of Photoshop will do, but Photoshop CS6 users in particular will want to check out the newly updated Photoshop CS6 version of this tutorial. Photoshop treats Background layers differently from normal layers, and one of the things you can't do with images on the Background layer is move them.

With my Move tool still selected, I'm going to click inside the document and drag the photo of the couple up higher.
That's telling us that the layer mask, not the layer itself, is currently selected, which is what we want.
Then, back in your document, hold down your Shift key and drag out a black to white gradient to blend the two images together.
Go up to the Filter menu at the top of the screen, choose Noise, and then choose Add Noise. Don't worry about choosing the "right" color at the moment because you can always change it later. Since the Solid Color fill layer is already set to the "Color" blend mode, you'll be able to see a live preview of how your current color choice looks with your image.
I'll be using Photoshop CS6 but this tutorial is fully compatible with any recent version including Photoshop CC (Creative Cloud). There's no one-size-fits-all value to add here since the size of the border will depend a lot on the size of your image and your own personal taste.
It will appear as a gray and white checkerboard pattern which is Photoshop's way of displaying transparency.
We need to move it below the image, so click on the fill layer (Color Fill 1) and, with your mouse button still held down, drag it downward towards the bottom of the image layer.
That's how to quickly and easily add a simple but effective solid color border and outline to an image with Photoshop!
You want them to be straight, but making the image a layer and using the rotate tool doesn’t always produce accurate results, requiring you to undo and try again. Then, press the letter X on your keyboard to swap the colors so your Foreground color becomes black. Position your brush tip so that it's in the top left corner of the document with only about a third of the brush extending over the image itself. To change it from a glow to a shadow, first change the Blend Mode option at the top from Screen to Multiply. For added interest, try combining this effect with our tutorial on how to turn a new photo into an old photo or how to create an old antique photo effect with Photoshop's Camera Raw filter! The development team revealed the new technologies under development, including three-dimensional brushes and warping tools.The newest version of Adobe Photoshop CS5 offers more than 12 significant new features.
At the beginning, Photoshop was known as “Display” to show grayscale images on a monochrome display. Blending photos is easy to do in Photoshop thanks to layer masks, yet finding two photos with similar colors isn't always so easy, and you end up with a photo effect that doesn't really seem to look right because the colors don't match. Because you're dragging the gradient on the layer mask, not the layer itself, you won't see your gradient. I'm working with a fairly large photo, so I'll set both my Width and Height values to 2 Inches. If your stroke color isn't already set to black (it is by default in more recent versions of Photoshop), click on the color swatch directly to the right of the word Color and choose black from the Color Picker. In fact, the reason we used a Solid Color fill layer and a Stroke layer style to create the effect is because they make it easy to go back and switch the colors around! All we need are a few layers, a couple of layer masks, some layer styles and one of Photoshop's built-in brushes! You can see your current Foreground and Background colors in the color swatches near the bottom of the Tools panel. Image-Pro could be used for rack card printing too and that wasn’t the only thing it could do.
Keep in mind that the Width value will be divided between the left and right sides, so in my case, entering 2 inches will add 1 inch to the left of the photo and 1 inch to the right. Click once, then with your mouse button still held down, drag a short brush stroke downward along the upper left edge.
The Knoll brothers started working on their product and released the first version Photoshop 1.0 in 1990. Start at the top of where you want the transition from one image to the other to begin, which in my case is the top of the beach photo, and drag down to the point where you want the transition to end. I'm working on a low resolution image for this tutorial, so I'm going to set mine to 2% just to add a hint of noise. Since we're painting on the layer mask, not the image itself, you won't see a black brush stroke.
It gets divided between the top and bottom of the image, so a height of 2 inches adds 1 inch of space above the photo and 1 inch below it.
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