3ds Max :: MR - How To Darken The Shadows

Nov 28, 2011

Is there a way to darken the shadows when using a PhotoMetric light with RT shadows in MR? I attached a image (and a max file) and it's the darker part under the teapot that I try to make a little darker.

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Photoshop :: CS5 - How To Darken Background

Mar 12, 2012

I want to darken the background behind the Bride in this photo and over the grooms right shoulder I am fairly new to using PS CS5 .I was thinking about B+W with a sepia toning and softening a bit.

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Photoshop :: How Do I Darken Images

May 4, 2009

I have designed  a business card with images of mountains in the background.  I just need them with sharp clean edges and in black.  There are a number of layers but I have not used Adobe for a long time and am desperate to get these to the printers urgently.  Is there anyone out there that can do this for me or tell me how as I am getting very frustrated because i do not know where to look.

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Photoshop :: How To Darken And Clean Up Logo

Mar 10, 2013

I drew this image and scanned it, and as you can tell the lines are very light and not precise. This is my original image:

I'd like to digitize this image and make it more professional and clean. I've tried image trace in illustrator and many adjustments in Photoshop. Here is my result:

Much better than what i started with but still not professional and clean enough for branding.

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Paint.NET :: Darken The Edges Of Image?

May 17, 2013

I darken the edges of an ebook cover I'm working on. Can I do that in paint.net.

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GIMP :: Darken Area Of Picture

Dec 21, 2011

The way I like to darken an image of a photo is that instead of using the burn tool, I create a new layer, set the opacity low (say 15) and then paint in the areas that I want to make darker. This gives me increased flexibility when I want to go back and fix what I did because I'm not altering the original layer.

Here's my problem though. One thing I like to do is to blur that layer using a gaussian blur to soften the edges of the area I am darkening. That works nicely but inevitably after applying the gaussian blur I want to come back and change something. That's a mess once the layer has already been blurred. So the work-around I've found is to save my darken layer and hide it from view (using the eye beside the layer) and then duplicate the layer and apply the gaussian blur. Then when I need to modify the area that I am darkening, I delete the visible blurred layer, change the invisible non-blurred version, then reduplicate and reblur. And that works.

What I think I want is some sort of "blurring" layer. Is there anything like that out there?

Lots of times I want to blur a mask a little and that gets to be a real pain. The steps I use to save my non-blurred version is to copy the mask to selection, then selection to path then change the path name to be Mask: (layer name). And then when I need to edit the non-blurred version, I delete the mask, change my path to a selection, then add mask from selection. then make my change, then reblur. Again it works but its difficult.

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Photoshop Elements :: How To Darken The Lines

Aug 8, 2013

I have JPG images that I will import into PSE and the lines are black but  very narrow.  Is there an operation I can perform that will "darken" the lines?  In other words, widen them?

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Lightroom :: Camera Calibration Darken Out In 4.4?

Jul 3, 2013

why is cmarea calibration darken out in lightroom 4.4? Why can't I change the settings, I have a nikon D5100 camera, the software image come out lighter.

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Photoshop :: How To Darken Entire Video (MOV File)

Sep 8, 2013

I have a pencil animation that I did a while back that is a .mov file. The animation itself is too light and you can hardly see it. I opened the file in Photoshop and opened the animation tab.

I tried to convert it to frame animation so that I could unify all of the frames and edit just one using the brightness / contrast adjustment. Nothing works. It keeps on just editing one frame at a time.

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Photoshop :: Clone Tool - Why Does It Darken In Layers

Nov 10, 2013

Some years ago I used to use an old version of PS at work. It was before the CSs but I can't remember the version. When I used the clone tool it would simply clone the area with the same tonal depth and I used it a lot. I now have CS6 and when I use the tool whatever I clone will darken over existing tones, as layers, and not blend in. Is there a setting so it clones at the same tonal depth and not layer-up?

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AutoCAD LT :: Slanted Lines Too Light - How To Darken

Feb 28, 2013

On the screen, in print or pdf vertical and horizontal lines are dark. Circles and slanted lines are light.

How do you get consistent darkness level?

The slanted lines are so light they are hard to see.

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Photoshop :: Why No Lighten/darken Blending Modes In...

Mar 9, 2008

With PS CS, I have noticed in Lab color space the lighten and darken blending modes for layers are disable. Also, if an RGB picture uses them, they are converted to normal blending mode upon conversion to Lab. Any idea why this limitation? And any way to circumvent it?

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GIMP :: Enhance Contrast And Darken Highlights

Oct 16, 2012

I'm planning to start using Gimp for editing my photos. However, I've been looking through the functions, and I've also read the online manual. But there are two things I can't find.

1. How can I darken the highlights in a photo?
2. Is it possible to enhance the contrast in more detail than on a general level, e.g. midtone contrast only?

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Illustrator :: Light Grid Lines In CS6 - How To Darken

Feb 6, 2013

The grid lines are too light to see without straining my eyes, how do I darken them?

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Lightroom :: When Editing Anything Darken Turns Blue

Mar 24, 2014

When I edit my photos, anything that I try to darken, turns blue. All of the blacks turn blue. It didn't used to do that. What am I doing wrong?

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Lightroom :: Colors Of Pictures Are Desaturated And Darken

Jun 13, 2013

With LR5, when I play a slideshow, the colors of the pictures are weird, something like desaturate and darken. Do some of you have the same issue? On a french LR forum, at least one person does.

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Lightroom :: How To Selectively Lighten / Darken Any Image

Apr 26, 2013

When I am in the develop mode, and I want to darken, or lighten the background, or the fore ground, or anything in the picture. Do I use the Radial Filter, or the adjustment Brush? How to use both of these tools?

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Photoshop :: How To Darken Golden Ratio Crop Lines In CS6

Aug 23, 2012

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AutoCAD 2010 :: Lines And Text Too Light - How To Darken

Mar 3, 2012

I've attached a DWG and a PDF of a 3D drawing where some of the annotation elements are plotting too light. Other elements, like the Title Block are dark enough but I can't figure out what the difference is.

I know this is based on layer properties, but when I compare the lines and text that print dark on FRAME 070 with the lines that print light on frame DIMS-tbl, I don't see any difference in linetype, lineweight, plotstyle, etc.

The PDF was created with the DWG to PDF.pc3 Printer/Plotter, but I have tried several others and they all produce the results.

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Why Does TIFF Aerial Color Darken

Jan 11, 2013

Why does my .tif aerial color darken and blue patches appear on it when it gets rotated, either thru user rotation or thru coordinate transformation?

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Photoshop :: Is There An Easy Way To Darken 200 Files Quick For Game Map

May 27, 2007

The pic on the right shows what I'd like to change. Problem is the borders can be tedious to do one line at a time. That is brush set at 1 pixel wide-dark gray. Then draw one map line. Then change to light gray to do center of line then draw right next to other line without messing alignment up. Then finally going back to dark gray to draw once again to other side of border line.

What would take a pro 5 minutes because he would know the shortcuts would take me hours to do these map changes. So could anyone tell me how to create a custom brush 3 pixels wide that would have the center pixel be lighter gray while the outer 2 pixels of line would be darker. I know how to use color picker to match with what's already in the game so you could skip that. I would just like to know how to create a custom brush that could do multiple colors in one stroke. I'm using XP and CS2 BTW. If anyone would like the targa files that make up these 3 regions in the game to mess around with I will send them.

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Paint.NET :: Create Duplicate Layer Of Image To Darken

Nov 18, 2011

An image of a tree with fine branches in winter against a sky I want to darken. My goal is to create a duplicate layer of the image to darken but where the tree is transparent so I can put the darkened layer on top of the orignal image with an undarkened tree. Before my computer crashed, I used a plugin for this called, I thought, Alpha Mask. In this example, by selecting a spot on the tree I could make either everything the color of the tree or everything not disappear into transparency. But I can't seem to find the plugin now. I did look at the index of plugins and found some listings under Alpha, but none are described as the tool I need here (best I can tell).

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GIMP :: Dodge / Burn Tool / Button To Get It To Darken Instead?

Feb 13, 2013

My dodge / burn tool lightens great.

Is there a button to get it to darken instead?

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GIMP :: Darken Areas Without Affecting Any Other Parts Of Image

Dec 12, 2012

I've got a few pictures taken at night of buildings and the street lights and lights on the buildings have come out extremely bright and 'bleed' out of their point of origin (not sure how else to explain it).

All I want to do is to darken these areas without affecting any of the other parts of the image. Is this possible at all?

What would be ideal would be if there was a tool, plug-in or method where I could select a certain colour range or brightness threshold that I could then lower however much I want without affecting the already dark areas.

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Illustrator :: Darken Behaves Like Multiply In CMYK Mode

Jun 12, 2013

In RGB documents, the 'Darken' transparency blend mode doesn't change colours, but only shows a colour if it is darker that the colour underneath it.
In CMYK documents, 'Darken' acts differently. It does the same thing as 'Multiply': it darkens the top colour based on the colour underneath. In CMYK mode, 'Darken' and 'Multiply' seem to do exactly the same thing.
How can I get an object in a CMYK document to do what 'Darken' does in an RGB document - only show if it has a darker value than the colour underneath?
(why does 'Darken' behave like 'Multiply' in CMYK mode? What's the point of having two different blend modes that do the same thing?)Here's Adobe's official description of Darken. This matches how it behaves in RGB, but not how it behaves in CMYK:
Selects the base or blend color—whichever is darker—as the resulting color. Areas lighter than the blend color are replaced. Areas darker than the blend color do not change.

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Mar 6, 2014

I do traditional b/w pen and ink illustrations. How do I edit the ink tones in cs6? In Photoshop it was very easy - seems terribly confusing in Illustrator.

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Photoshop Elements :: How To Blur / Darken A Selected Area

Nov 19, 2012

Using PS Elements 11 I can easily selecte (quick selection tool or smart brush tool) an area of a photo that I want to adjust, but I'm adbsolutely stymied as to how to apply the adjustment I want to that selected area???  How do I do it???  I have the area selected (e.g. I've slected a very bright sunlit area of a photo) that I want to make darker ... how do it do that?
Or I've selected an area of a photo that, after using the composition tool, has a lot of serious jagged lines, and I want to blur/smooth that area ... I've tried every conceivalbe combination (max radius etc.) of the blur filter, but nothing seems to significantly blur the selected part of the image. I would have thought that, given a "maximum" blur "setting", it would be possible to blur a selected piece of image into a uniform monotone blend ... is that not possible?

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Photoshop :: How Can I Darken A Specific Irregular Area, Without Afecting The Rest Of The Picture

Aug 23, 2008

Like the title says I'd like to know how to darken (or change the color) a specific irregular area of a picture, without afecting the rest of the picture.

I want to darken the color of the thin "vertical!?" lines of this picture, without afecting the remaining picture:

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Photoshop :: Shadows

May 2, 2005

what is the best way to make a real shadow. you know one that mirrors its source. the shadow effect is nice but how would i make a shadow of say a person standing up arms out and make it look real

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Photoshop :: Shadows

Aug 1, 2006

How does one take shadows out of faces... is it possible?

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Photoshop :: Shadows?

Nov 1, 2007

If you look at this pic from POTC there is some shadowing on the left, how is this done and how is the skin made to look almost wax like.

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