Photoshop :: Magazine Prints, Get Rid Of DotsJul 15, 2003
How can I scan a picture in a magazine, and get rid of the 'dots'
How can I scan a picture in a magazine, and get rid of the 'dots'
what Im looking and seen it around other places is like an outer glow but instead of a glow its dots where the dots closest to the object are large and close together and as they move out they get smaller and further apart...View 8 Replies View Related
I just wanted to say that I'm very impressed with the magazine. I'm an avid reader of NAPP's Photoshop User, but I enjoyed reading about the other apps in the creative suite, especially since I am trying to learn more about illustrator and indesign. The cover article on CS2 workflow between apps was a very enlightening read in particular.
One thing though: in the introduction letter from Scott Kelby, he mentions that subscribers received a special bonus 'issue' on InDesign packaged with the current issue (Nov/Dec). If anyone on here is a Layers subscriber who has the indesign feature and doesnt want it or is willing to part with it, let me know. I plan on ordering a subscription, so maybe I can talk them into sending me a copy when I subscribe.
How do you make a triangle and fill it with color...similar to the bottom page of a magazine?
I tried the pen tool but I can't draw a straight line.
I have been trying to imitate this logo in a way in which its not THAT noticable. I want to try, what I got so far, and this is what i want to imitate:
You all might say its not a logo for a magazine but I REALLY like it, way to imitate it indirectly so its not THAT noticable (the cloudy thing inside is milk inside tea if you all are wondering) I just want to know how I could imitate to do something similar (my magazine is called najwa cafe)
I have CS3 and need an answer desperately......To make an image magazine worthy......how do i set up a new document? 300 ppi and what dimensions etc?View 2 Replies View Related
Where can we find PSD mockup template for magazines for free?View 2 Replies View Related
I figure this effect should be a simple one, but I just don't get how they did it. The reason I came in here is actually that I can't seem to find out the name of the effect, so it makes it pretty impossible to search for it.
The effect I talk about is kind of like when you scan a picture from a magazine and you get the picture with all those tiny circles and lo-fi points in yellow, red, green and blue.
i have some wakeboard pictures and just for fun i want to make it look like its on the cover of a magazine. how can i get or cut the text from a wakeboarding mag cover and place it over my picture.View 1 Replies View Related
the effects used on magazines such as paste magazine, wired and others, but i don't really know how to duplicat ethis with some of my pictures.View 7 Replies View Related
how this effect was done was it a 3d app that did it or photoshop?View 2 Replies View Related
I want to put an image on a page of a drawing of a newspaper or magazine cover. Its something that i cant do satisfactorily with Transform because the magazine cover in the drawing has curved edges since it folds back a little.View 1 Replies View Related
I've been using Photoshop
This is my problem:
I'm trying to publish a magazine for my community, and I'm using Photoshop CS3 to design the magazine. From what I know about printers and printing presses, they print using CMYK - therefore when I create my documents I've been using the CMYK 8 bit Color Mode. My resolution is set at the 300 pixels/inch, but I'm not sure what my Color Profie/Pixel Aspect Ratio should be.
I've also been told that most printing companies prefer PDF documents, and I don't know the right options to choose when saving my PSD's as PDF's through Photoshop.
I noticed my first problem when printing a sample at Kinko's. I had mostly black and white on my image, but I had a light yellow to dark yellow gradient as a background, and when it printed, banding appeared towards the lower part of the page where it should have been dark yellow. Basically that gradient wasn't smooth. I also noticed this on my computer when using a CMYK Color Mode, but it was less subtle (when I use RGB, the gradients are perfectly smooth from light to dark).
The sample I took to Kinko's was a:
Then saved as a Photoshop PDF
As a Copy
ICC Profile: U.S. Web Coated (SWOP) v2
I just need to know the right options to start my image, and the right options to save my image as a PDF to ensure the best print quality with no sacrifce to color, gradients, etc.
I have got pictures of my car, pictures I want to give a professional look with photoshop cs2.
I want my car pictures to look like those who are being put in magazines-
My picture look like this, very amateur like:
So what I want to do, is make my picture look like those posted above..
I have photoshop cs2 available..
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I'm looking for an effect/filter where i can turn a normal photo into an 60`s-80`s magazine photo, where the tiny microscopic circles of yellow-red-blue mix to make the correct colours, like machanic pointalism, where the image collapses if we look at it too close. I have no idea what to call this, I`d love to know. I`ve looked at the halftone effect, but it only seems to deal with two colours. is there any simple filter that can give me this effect simply?View 3 Replies View Related
I am looking to put a magazine effect on my pictures. For example, taking a portrait picture and turning it landscape and then putting an effect on it that makes it have the appearence on a double page magazine spread.
An example of what I mean: [URL]....
I'm doing a project for my college work & it involves pop art. I wanted to do something in the style of Warhol or Lichtenstein. Then i stumbled across this...
I was just wondering if anyone knew a filter/plug in for this or a technique to do this in photoshop?
I'd like to make some dots similar to this attached clip. I have tried embossing, etc. but they don't look quite like this. I'm on a MAC, Photoshop CS3.View 2 Replies View Related
weeks how to a specific effect.
It creates black dots of different sizes depending on the constast of the original image.
I'm wondering about the dots that disappear here. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what this is called, so i could look up a tutorial on it or how it's done or just some leads.View 2 Replies View Related
You know in some designs, maybe the Sun Viser sticker on a car window screen would be the easiest way to describe this, its basically a pattern of dots were they start off big and joined and eventually fade to small spaced out dots... does anyone know how to do this?... I'm hoping there is a gradient plug in effect out there?View 2 Replies View Related