Photoshop :: Do Not Get Same Results With Gray Scale Images Reproduced As Halftones?

May 21, 2012

I do not get the same results with grayscale images reproduced as halftones. While they are not true grayscale prints, the inkjet prints of grayscale images that I print from Photoshop always look good.

However when I see the final publication 20-30% of the halftone images will look dull. Is there some way to better visualize with Photoshop what a grayscale image will look like when printed in halftone?

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Photoshop :: Changing Many Images At Once To Gray Scale

Apr 8, 2013

I have many images that I need to change the color mode to gray scale - is there a way to do this fast, other than opening each image and changing its mode to gray scale?

I would also love to be able to change the image sizes all at once - any way to do that?

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InDesign :: Gray Scale Images Too Dark?

Feb 19, 2014

CS5.5 or CC – I have experienced several times that flat grayscale imaged - corrected and nice in PhotoShop turns up much too dark when placed in InDesign.

I make sure no effect or colors are applied to the frame or picture, but still no effect.

If I force transparency on the actual spread (by placing two white items on top of each other, the topmost multiplied on the master page) then it looks correct at once.

It makes no difference if it is a flat grayscale jpg or a psd, even a psd with a white background turns out this way.

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For instance if I take a photo and invert it all the grayscale is changed. The hair might be lighter, the nose darker, the eyes somewhere inbetween. Of coarse a perfect negative is made. But lets say I want to lighten the nose a bit without changing its texture or anything else about the nose. And I want it all to blend together just as it was done when the photo was initially inverted ....

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I am getting and error message when changing gray scale to bitmap mode: Could not complete the command because of a program error.

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Mar 18, 2014

I used the live trace object on a graphic, expanded it to select objects and change the color. Every time I make a selection it goes into gray scale. I will switch the color settings back to cmyk and as soon as I make a selection again its back in gray scale.

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I want to turn the drop shadow into a percentage of black only. I have masked the foot so I have the white background and shadow isolated but now I'm not sure the best way to make the shadow a percentage of black only.

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My exported gray scale jpeg image is coming back from the printer with a reddish tone. I'm applying a black 0% saturation transparency, using the gray scale color model in the Color Editor and applying it over the color drawing on the top layer.

Still, the print comes back with a reddish tone to it.

How do I eliminate this reddish tone?

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Jan 30, 2013

I have a LOGO that is vector, a software where im using LOGO says that for best results I must export my LOGO to JPG, at least 300 dots per inch and must be GrayScale.

Now, my LOGO is already black and white, do I have to select somewhere GrayScale to export with that optsion selected or I just export to JPG regular way since LOGO is already BW?

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AutoCAD Civil 3D :: Gray Scale Objects In Drawing

May 31, 2012

Is there a proper way to gray-scale objects in a drawing? What i have done is turned off layers and point groups that I want to remain in color and selected the rest and changed the color in the properties box. Any way to move back and forth from gray to color. 

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Sep 22, 2012

I'm using a pattern in a design for a print ad I'm working on. I'm working at 300 DPI in CMKY mode (16 Bit) and the pattern I'm using isn't being reproduced correctly when the file is saved in any format.
I've changed various settings, tried working in RGB etc at different bit rates, but it hasn't affected the final output. I've used patterns in designs pretty regularly and don't remember having encountered the problem before.

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Photoshop :: Some Aspects Of Effects Cannot Be Reproduced With Layers

Feb 8, 2013

I am using this function for the first time and I am wondering about a dialog that pops up and says:"Some aspects of Effects cannot be reproduced with layers".

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How do I return the color gradient or gray scale to beneath the sliders. They are all just currently gray. The whole process just slows me down not seeing the resepctive colors or greys beneath the sliders.

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Photoshop :: Apply Same Local Adaptation HDR Toning Results To Multiple Images?

Oct 25, 2011

I have a set of images in 32 bit .hdr format, which I would like to turn into 8 bit png files. Specifically, they are 6 sides of a cubemap, which join together seamlessly, and still need to do so after the conversion.

I've played around with the options in the HDR toning dialogue and have a setup I really like the look of, based around the 'local adaptation' method. The trouble is, if I apply those settings to each of the 6 images individually, they are no longer seamless (some have higher/lower contrast and brightness etc), presumably because these settings are 'relative to' the image being processed.

how can I apply the same kind of operations to each of these images (so they remain seamless), mimicking what the 'local adaptation' method is doing?

The specific settings I have changed in the dialogue are the edge glow radius and strength, the 'detail', and the colour vibrance and saturation.

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Aug 2, 2013

I need to create a header for my blog, which I've done and uploaded it here; (it's just to design the template before uploading). In the Photoshop window it comes up brilliant white background, brilliant colors.

But when I upload it it's like it has a grey haze over it? I'm using Photoshop 9, and have never had any trouble before, I got rid of the blog template I've been using to see if it's being caused by that but no luck. I've tried uploading the image to photo bucket and then inserting it like that, still the same.
I've tried using a transparent background, upping the contrast and brightness of the whole image, starting with a white background in all of the available options: CMYK, Lab, RGB.
I've created a blog header before and it's come out white, with no problems or altering. I have downloaded fonts which I'm using as the header, but the whole image is grey, not just the font area.

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Photoshop :: Sliced Images Turns Out Gray

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Whenever I slice my layout, it always turns out gray, meaning the whole layout with the images and everything. I think it's because when I "Save for Web", the only option they give me is: Grayscale. Here's a picture of what I'm talking about: link - I would really appreciate it if anyone can help. This problem is preventing me from creating websites, not only for me, but for my clients as well.

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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 :: Export To EPS Makes Pantone Colors Black Or Gray Scale

Dec 1, 2011

Hopefully my title gets the point across.  I've read numerous threads on here where people seem to have the same issue, but I've yet to discover a solution.

I recently bought a new pc and installed Corel Draw X5.  When I export to eps and open the eps in Corel, the Pantone colors appear nearly black.  This is also true for my clients, although I'm not sure what program they are using to open the eps. 

It is worth mentioning that on my old PC I did not have this problem. EPS files I exported from Corel Draw X5 were fine. I could export eps files containing Pantone colors, and the Pantone colors would be there when I opened the eps file.

The settings I'm using under export to eps dialogue are the exact same settings I was using before:

Output colors as Native and PostScript 3.

I am running Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, and CorelDraw X5

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Nov 20, 2013

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Photoshop :: Combine Monotone Image Onto Gray Scale Image To Use In Indesign File

Nov 13, 2012

I'm trying to combine a monotone image onto a grayscale image to use in my Indesign file. The whole job has to print two colors.
How can I easily make the diaper a PMS color and add it to the grayscale baby and still maintain two colors (PMS + K)
Right now, I'm cheating and combining the PMS diaper onto the grayscale baby in Indesign..... but I really need to have this in Photoshop so I can add shadows to make it more convincing. I tried converting the grayscale to CMYK and deleting all channels but black, didn't work as it took away all the information from the image. 
See image below.
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Sep 21, 2013

After the OS X 10.8.5 update on my current generation 27' iMac moving 1:1 images results in very low resolution for those areas I am moving to with as long as a two second delay before the image snaps back into full resolution. Not only that but when it snaps back into full resolution you see a shift in alignment and a snapping into place with the nearby area that was already in full resolution. This is awful and is occuring with Lightroom 5 and 5.2.
My iMacs specs are the current generation 27" iMac, i7 3.4 Ghz, 32GB RAM, and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2GB running OS X 10.8.5.
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CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X5 :: Change Full Color Or Gray Scale Clipart To Pantone For Printing Separations

Dec 2, 2011

I have a complex (includes tints) clip art object that needs printing in a specific pantone color I just convert it to grayscale using edit>find and replace objects>color mode. then print it as a black plate and just use another color on press.

Today I had to send off artwork to another printer. Dang. How to install a macro. Import clip art to be modified to a new document, do not do this in your working document.

Use Edit>Find and Replace> Find Objects
Replace a color model or palette. Next
Leave as is except change Replace with color model to "Grayscale" Next>Replace all

Repeat 2-4 for 'outlines' if you have them.There you now have a gray scale clipart, but the fun continues!You'll need to know what pantone color you want to use. Let's say Reflex Blue. Make a square and color it Reflex blue from a pantone palette.Duplicate the square and create swatches at 90% 80% 70% etc down to white.Select these square swatches, then Windows>Color Palette>Create Palette from Selection. Save palette with a temporary name, it is only time use. Or you could call it 'Reflex Blue'Now go to this website and download the macro "limit colors" URL...

Drop it in your GMS folder in under your username to install the macro. (might have to save the drawing and restart Corel...)Once you reopen your now grayscale clipart document, Select the clipart. Run the macro (Tools>Macros>Run Macros) LimitColors.Posterize select the number of colors in your new palette if you created 10% swatches, go with 11, if you did steps of 20% then you'll do 6 (don't forget white).Run the macro LimitColors.LimitColors and select your new palette you made in step 9.

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Photoshop Elements :: Change Light Gray Background Colour To Darker Gray?

Dec 21, 2012

Is it possible to change the light gray background colour to a darker gray background colour?

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Lightroom :: 4 - Second Monitor Images Gray Dim Dull

Aug 26, 2012

Upgraded to LR4. When selecting the 2nd monitor (Gateway) all photo images show as dim dull dark greyed out.  If I move LR window from primary (NEC) to the Gateway all menu items and selections normal.  All images are dull dim grey including the histogram.  Selecting 2nd monitor feature places Loupe on primary display (NEC) works just fine.

If I reset Windows 7 and designate primary monitor as Gateway the problem remains unchanged. 

If I place main LR window on Gateway and then select preview of 2nd monitor (CTRL-click) the pop up window renders correctly on the Gateway.

Turned off all icc profiles for monitors no improvement.
Windows 7PRo 64-bit 8GB RAM quad processor all drivers up to date.  NVidia card up to date.

Other non LR windows programs and images opened on the second monitor look just fine. The Gateway will render correctly the 2nd monitor pop up preview image; so the monitor will properly display.
If I have some time I will go back to LR3 and double check that everything works fine.

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