I am trying to replicate the following pictures. What I want to do, is take an image of a city skyline, and make it look like it was from the classic streets of rage games. The video game pictures below are from streets of rage. Take a look at the city buildings/skyscrapers.
How can I do this as quick as possible? I was hoping there was another way than creating rectangles and making rows, then duplicating those rows! Plus it's really hard for me to see a city design like these in my head.
I also would like to take an image of New York for instance, and make it look exactly like the streets of rage buildings. How can this be done?
I want to take a picture of a globe, and 'fill' each continent with a different picture, preventing anything in the picture that goes outside the continent from being seen. How would I go about doing that?
I found the "sort for visually similar" function in organizer(10) and it pretty much tanked. It grouped head shot photos with lake landscape, and a few rows down would be a duplicate head shot. So it is too restrictive and not restrictive enough at the same time.
I just want to be able to put the swatches in a library into a specific order. I don't see a way to do this I'm just missing it. A google search did not provide any useful insight into this so I figured the next step would be to ask here.
Edit: I have figured out how to edit the .aco as text, but there must be an easier way. This will work for now, but in the long run this will not be a reasonable solution.
Has anyone come across a plugin for sorting your fonts in the font menu, simmilar to how MS Office keeps the last few fonts you have used at the top? I have over 1,000 fonts on my computer.... it takes awhile to sort though to find a sutible one for certain tasks.
i'm a hobby sports photographer. I shot lots of fast series. After an import into organizer pics with same time stamp are arranged in random order so the series get mangled. It is no fun to bring back the correct sequence by hand for hundereds of pictures. Slideshows, Video etc. are senseless.
A simple "sort by name" would solve this. So, how to sort by name?
Okay, I use Photoshop frequently, and am quite familiar with the Pen tool. However, this time, when I tried to fill a closed path, the colour appeared on the OUTSIDE of the path. I've never seen it do that before, and it's proving persistent and annoying. I have no idea why it's done this, and therefore don't know how to fix it.
I recently upgraded to PSE 11 from PSE 9. I actually did this by buying a new comptuer and putting PSE 11 on the new computer. I used the Windows File and settings transfer wizard to move all my files to the new comptuer. So inside MyPictures folders, they are in the same location as in the old comptuer. But when I soft by date order, it sorts by the date of the file (which seems to be random based on when windows copied the file to the new comptuer) instead of the created date.
Furthermore, on the old comptuer, in PSE9, i set the date and time of each picture so it would be right. This seemed to set the created date (which was missing for a lot of my scans or was the date of the scan) and made the PSE9 organizer sort them correctly. Seriously, are people expected to do that months of work again every time they move to a new computer? or am I suppose to have tell my wife, "deal with seeing your kid's pictures in random order -- Adobe thinks that is best."
Is there a way to set all the timestamps in windows to the created date of the picture in one swoop?
Using PSE 11. I am trying to sort my photos in order Newest first. I select Sort by: Newest and they are sorted in newest DATE order but within each date they are sorted on oldest time order, which seems odd... how can I get PSE to sort so that Newest is based on date and time?
I notice that in PSE11 Organiser, it is not possible to sort images by "filename". As this is such a fundamental feature in any file manager, I assume that this must be an oversight and not intentional.
I want to sort the photos in an album into date sequence, that is to say, oldest first. I want to keep the photos in the organiser in newest first sequence (I don't want that photo from zillions of years ago top of the list every time I open the organiser).
I can see "Sort by" at the top but that seems to apply to the selection of photos I have showing on the screen and does not appear to be an attribute that can be attached to an album. So if I select "Oldest" as the sort order, that works nicely for the album but then I go back to the organiser and it's in oldest first order. Not what I want. So I select "Newest", then go back to the album and the "oldest" sequence has been lost.
It was really easy in PSE8. It appears that what I am trying to do is impossible and Adobe have dropped the ability to associate a sequence with an album.
Incidentally, what does "Album order" mean? That implies that it is possible to set an album order somewhere.
The default sort for the Photo Downloader seems be by date and time. I recently purchased a camera the does up to 10 fps and the Downloader does not seems to have resolution to sort the micro-second or even second. I batch download the images and also do a rename of the files in this format yyyymmdd-###. I am finding my action sequences are all out of order. What I really just need the Downloader to do is sort by sequential camera number just like it comes out of the camera. Then all the images would be renamed in the right order. I tried modifying the XML settings file but that was no success.
In version 10, I could create an album, add photos to it, and then right click on the album name and select "Sort album by photo date", or something like that. This was very convenient when I had more than one source of photos for a certain event, like a vacation. This would change the "album order", which made it very convenient for creating photobooks or other projects where I wanted chronological order. I don't want to view by "Oldest first" in media view 1st before I save the album.