Photoshop :: Brush For "bite" Marks? And Trans Edges.

Aug 24, 2006

I just want a brush for PSCS that I can run across an image to look like someone, or something, was biting the edge.

It doesn't have to be fancy or super "real" looking. Just better looking then using a round eraser and chopping it up. Or a "leaf" brush or some other thing.

I also have another question. It's probably quick to answer so I'll just ask it here too. When layering photos over the top of each other; what is the best way to do gradient transparencies around one image, so the image below shows through and looks nice?

I try using just the eraser with a dropped down opacity, but there is no smoothness to the transparency. I tried erasing with a feathered selection, but that was erasing the main part of the "top" image along with the edges.

Whatever technique it is, it would have to be useable on a round image, or square, or utterly hacked up shape. Simply so it has a smooth transparency to the image below.
I can do this easy with a transparent gradient, IF the bottom was just a solid color.

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Photoshop :: Brush With Wet Edges

Dec 6, 2008

Is there any way to get an application of a brush with Wet Edges to absorb seemlessly into a previously applied area of the brush with Wet Edges? As far as I can see, if you paint a bit, say in Pattern mode, stop painting, and then start to apply the brush again, the paint visibly overlaps the previously applied colour. This makes it impossible to easily create brushed watercolour washes without keeping your brush in contact with the paper (in my case a digital tablet) all the time; if you lift it off for a second, it applies a new coat of paint (or pattern) over whatever is there already. What I'd like is to be able to get a wet edges brush to meld seamlessly into a previously applied area of paint (or pattern).

Is this possible to achieve, please?

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Photoshop :: Light Room 4 And Fujis X-Trans Filter?

Dec 16, 2012

Converting a RAF Raw from Fujis X-E1 or X-Pro1 cameras will result in a harsh blurry JPG. The inCamera-Raw-Conversation or the RAW-Converting from Fujis delivered software results are much much better.

I know, even with Canons or Nikons LR4 does sometimes a better or a worse job than the dedicated converters, but with the new Fujifilm Cameras it is unusable.

Adobe may know the problem, because well known camera reviewer like dpreview stated there point on this topic already in their reviews. Also Fujifilm itself told me they reported the issues to Adobe.
 
My question here is, what is the current status? The new 7.3 or rather LR 4.3 do not give any improvements on this problem. Which is very disappointing, especially for early X-Pro1 owners.

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Photoshop :: How To Make A Dithered Gradient (trans -> Opaque)

Jun 15, 2004

Using CSS, I want to put a semi-transparent image over another image (by semi-transparent I mean a GIF in which alternating pixels are transparent - see attachment).

I drew this image basically pixel-by-pixel (via copy/paste), and it's ok as far as it goes, but what I REALLY want is for the density of opaque pixels to increase from left to right, so the effect when laid over an image is essentially that of a gradient. I DON'T want to have to draw this image pixel by pixel!

Whenever I try and accomplish this in Photoshop, it uses semi-transparent pixels which then become opaque when optimized. If I could figure out how to tell photoshop to build a gradient using only 1 color and no semi-transparent pixels (or barring that, white and another color and then I could delete the white...),

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May 25, 2013

I'm trying to make a brush that has particle effects in the middle and a fading out gradient on the edges that looks like this:

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Photoshop :: Smooth Edges, But Then Changes To Rough Edges When Saving

Feb 9, 2007

I tried the following in Illustrator,

So basically, I created coloured text inside Adobe Illustrator and however much I zoom into the text, the text always appears to have smooth edges. Once I click on 'Save For Web', the edge all around the text becomes rough and aliased. I chose GIF and PNG, but it still happens. The text is on a transparency background. The same problem applies to images when I am creating a logo.

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Aug 5, 2013

Is it possible to make trim marks in Photoshop CS4, so my client will have them on my artwork, ready for the printer he uses?

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Apr 28, 2009

How can i produce so called punctuationmarks , in" word" it is easy but is it possible in photoshop ?

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Oct 11, 2007

I am starting a small screen printing business and need help with registration marks. I have adobe photoshop 6.0. Now I know you have to scoll down to print option and then from there you can check a box that says registration marks but they dont work, nothing appears. I have used them before about a year ago so I know how to get them on. They just wont work now...

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Photoshop :: Crop Marks

Jun 2, 2004

im doing a bifold brochure for a client. the printer wants to see a dotted line to indciate fold marks. not quite sure how to set a dotted line with the "print with preview" menu.

also, on that same menu, the bleed option: does that stretch the edges of the document to create a bleed or do i need to create the document that much larger to compensate for a bleed?

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May 16, 2008

Is there a way in PS to permanently attach a bleed and cut marks to a psd or tiff image? I've found how to do this via the print dialog box but it doesn't appear to save the info back to the master file.

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Aug 13, 2013

I have a 3 fold brochure with offset fold marks to accommodate bleeds and trim fold. How do I create fold marks on the file?

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Mar 1, 2009

I'm looking to put together a magazine in Photoshop CS2. The plan is to save single pages as PDF's, and combine them in Acrobat.

However I'm told I need to ensure I have bleed and trim marks - and I have no idea how to do these.

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Apr 6, 2004

i ran out of ideas on removing watermarks from a picture. It's a transparent one.

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Aug 3, 2005

Can photoshop export a pdf file with crop marks and bleed?

or is it the same thing if it is done manually.

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Feb 15, 2008

i use CS2 and epson 2200 printer, and a PC..and i want to have corner crop marks appear on my print outs.....

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Aug 14, 2009

So I can't find anywhere on the internet on how to create realistic claw marks? I've been learning things based off tutorials and can't seem how to go about this one. Any Suggestions?

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Photoshop :: Crop Marks Not In Correct Place When...

Nov 5, 2008

I have created a document that will be cut to 120mm x 120mm, I wanted to include a 10mm bleed around it so I made my Photoshop doc 140mm x 140mm.

When I go to the Print dialogue I have checked "Corner Crop Marks", set the bleed to 10mm and in the preview I can see that the crop marks are inside the image, marking out the correct 120x120 area. However, when I click Print the marks appear on the paper at the 140mm x 140mm area.

Has anyone else had this error, and even more importantly, has anyone found a solution?

I am using Photoshop CS3 (a site license of Web Premium), on a Mac G5 running Windows XP SP2. I have other machines & Photoshop versions available,

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