I have a photo in large size and high resolution. However after I apply the Picture-In-Picture effect in Video Studio ProX5, it became very blurry. Already check all the Attribute settings and there is nothing wrong with the setting.
What is the technique to use to give a picture the look of an embroidery ? Is there a filter in Photoshop, or should I look for a special plugin, and which would it be ? I'm using Photoshop 5.5 on a Mac.
I saw this effect in a book about yearbook designs and thought it was amazing and took a picture in the hopes of taking it home and trying to figure out how they did it. So far, no luck. I've found some tutorials about how to make a picture look like it is made of text, but this doesn't seem that simple. Any ideas? Am I just missing something?
I'm sure i can locate a tutorial for clouds, Just i am recreating this cloud BG effect but i cant find that really nice bright light effect over the clouds and the really bright shine around the human layer.
how to make the twisted grid effect in the background of the below picture. I am talking about the structure in the background the one starting orange on the right fading into pink than blue .Am using photoshop CS6.
I came across a thread a month or more ago that described how to get the effect of the Beatles picture that shows half their face in the light and the other half darker. Probably not describing this well enough here.. But now that I want to try it I can't find the thread anymore. Thought it would be cool to do with my 4 kids.
I hand drew some pictures of rats that I have to use for a video pitch assignment. I'd like to add some fur using the live effect found in the Eye Candy 4000 plugin. I have disabilities and drawing in Xara is very difficult. Is it possible to add a live effect to a picture without having to draw over it using the program? I also drew smiling cheese that I'd like to add the gradient glow live effect to.
it is possible to create the effect of people talking in a static picture.
In Adobe after effects I believe this is done by masking off the mouth, adding a second layer in that contains a video of someone's lips moving, and then blending the join between the two layer ... it is possible to create the same sort of effect in VS Pro X4.
I know how to make a picture appear drawn on a surface. It's actually pretty easy. However, I want a picture to look like someone got a spray can and sprayed it on a wall themselves. However, the picture I have attached does not have this effect (I already took the liberty of simplifying the colors though, so there's only a black, gray, and red).
I'm using PSE10 on a Win7 (64bit) OS. When I delete a picture (from catalogue and harddrive) the PSE-Organizer tends to jump down several pictures (Haven't been able to determine a fixed number), so I have to go up again and browse through the same pics a couple of times.
I have several pictures. Each "pair of picture" shows the same person on the same background/perspective/settings (using a tripod) -- but with the person on a different position.Now I want to crop these pairs of pictures. Now I am recording my cropping of the first picture as an action and repeat the same step via this action on the second picture.
But it is possible eg to record my cropping via a shortcut and execute the cropping with another shortcut to the next picture (the "next actually opened" picture) just to do this faster?