Photoshop :: Text Color Change When Resizing Image
Nov 7, 2013
My experience with Photoshop is self-taught. I use Photoshop 7 and am currently using a trial version of Photoshop Elements 12. I found an image of a rounded corner rectangle. I changed the background color to a shade of red (R102 B8 G0), and then created the word BLOG in white. The original image size is 487 x 487 pixels and looks great. When I resize the image to the icon size I want (30 x 30 pixels or 25 x 25 pixels), the red background color bleeds through parts of the text and just doesn’t look as good. What do I need to do to resolve?
I have been editing photos in Lightroom. I occasionally take a photo into Photoshop for more editing and when I do this, if I make any change to the program window side, the color changes to a darker, more muted looking photo. If I minimize the program, nothing changes. If I either change the window size to a smaller, non-maximized window or drag it to my secondary display, the color changes to what I am guessing is a different color space. The only way to fix this is to shut down Photoshop and restart it. I am sure this is some setting in Photoshop color settings, but not sure. Should I have my color settings set to my monitor calibration file or should it be Adobe RGB? Not sure what Lightroom edits in. I do have it set up to send the file to Photoshop in Adobe RGB.
resize a canvas with 3D text.But want I want to know right now is how would you resize the whole image (make it smaller or bigger) with 3D text?Because when you make the image smaller, the 3D text stays the same size.
I want to select a specific color from within the image, and change all similar colors within that image to a different color. In other words, after using the Color Picker Tool to select a color from the image, I want to take the selected color (and everything in the image that is equal to or similar in color), and change them all to a different color.
I tried using the Path's Tool to create an outline in the image, and changing colors that way, but it changes all the other colors in the selection I don't want to change. I just want to change all colors in the image/selection that are equal to or similar to the selected color. How do I do this?
I am trying to take a handprint such as the one below and change the color of the handprint to say a light pink (or any color) but I want to keep most of the detail of the fine lines that make this handprint unique. The lines could even just come out as white as below. The main thing is to change the overall color while maintaining the fine details. I have been trying to accomplish this for over a week now in Photoshop Elements 11 and I have been unsuccessful as anything I do just totally color fills the image, which does not keep any details of the handprint.
I have been sent a text logo in EPS format that I want to change to JPG or GIF. I need to change the text color. How do I do this please? I can change the format - it is changing the text color that is my problem.
Just wonderinf if anybody could help with to change colour of map image attached to a different colour (image attached). As you can see the map as 'small dots' like a grid over it, so I cannot do a normal 'seclection' of area and 'paint bucket' action.
I have white text on a yellow background...I need to change the background to white and the text to green. The rasterized text is part of the yellow background (ie it's not a seperate layer). Any attempt to change the colour or select the text invariably doesn't catch all the aliased pixels....with my resulting text not looking as smooth as the original.
I have web pages which worked fine with their colors until perhaps 1-2 year ago [URL]. Then happened a change which is demonstrated as a change in the darkness of the gray image elements in the pages, mostly in Safari which, to my knowledge, can read color profiles. The pages have a basic gray background, originally #9a9a9a, and they contain image elements, such as the title of the image series, and other components, which I liked to be embedded in the coded color. So, initially, in the gray background, the gray background color of the image elements was the same as the coded color: only the text of the image elements popped out in pages. The problem is, as you already have figured out, that the background gray of the image elements is not anymore the same as the browser-coded gray. I've read, for example, this thread [URL]. What I've done is the following: I converted the original file with the AdobeRGB color space to sRGB in PS6. In this conversion, the background gray of an image element (#9a9a9a) changed to another (#9b9b9b). Then I saved this file as a CompuserveGIF which kept the color the same (#9b9b9b), as measured by the Eyedropper tool in PS6. I duplicated the file, put it in the site and looked the result: again Safari shows a clear color difference between the image element (with #9b9b9b) and the coded color (with #9b9b9b). In Firefox, no problem. So, I do not understand why the background color in the image element (#9b9b9b in the gif file, as measured by Eyedropper) shows a well recognizable difference in Safari with the the exactly the same color. Basically, I just liked to know how I need to convert an AdobeRGB file so that a browser's (Safari) gray is the same as the color the image element.
I have been using CS4, 5, 6, LR 4, LR5. I never experienced this until 6 months ago.
I was using LR4 to edit image, then export to CS5 to do retouched. Once I finished editing the image, I saved it as JPEG in my computer. When I upload to Facebook, the color looks normal. But when I upload to, for instance, Craigslist, or some other web host, I see the color tone changed, and you can see how it changed in the picture below.
I tried to figure out what happen. I bought a new computer, I got a new CS6, LR5, etc. The problem still there.
I am guessing the problem is the Camera Raw, so that I downloaded and installed Camera Raw 8.1 to my CS6. But no luck.
The only solution I have so far is to save the pictues as "Save for web" in CS6 and it doesn't change the color when I upload to any website.
PS. I never have any problem like this before. I tried to use my old pictures from a year ago, and upload to the web.. they look fine.
Using Photoshop CC on a Mac running the newest versions of everything and I am having trouble getting the eyedropper to work properly. I have a text layer selected and I've always been able to switch to the eyedropper and change the color of the text directly.
I chatted with Adobe support and they got me to delete my preferences folder. It worked after that the next time I opened Photoshop but then the next time, stopped working again. Delete preferences folder again and it works but after the first try it stops working every time.
I have an image that is black and white, and I want to color parts of it with a brush. However, when I try to change the color, it won't change -- it just changes to a different shade of grey! What can I do?
Our products all have a common element that consists of a backlit blue area with black text. In all of our product photography, the blues look different (when looking at the actual products, the blues do match).
I want to go through the library and color match the blues the best I can (to Pantone 306 U). What is the best way to do this?
I've looked and looked, and even Googled. how to change the default color profile when you start a New image file? In CS5 mine defaults to sRGB (Under the Advanced drop down) but my CS6 is ProPhoto RGB which means I have to change it manually nearly every time I paste an image copied via right click in a web browser.
I'm a new user in Photoshop. I have an image that was made by the web designer but now the web designer has left the company and I would like to change something. I would like to change the text written on the image.
I cannot seem to get color to a new image or text in photoshop. I was following tutorials and walk-throughs in different websites. Now let's see. I draw a huge circle on a new page. I click on the gradient tool, and choose a swatch color. Now, you can see the different colors to choose from. I just cannot seem to be able to apply this colors to anything. I tried doing it with text. I see the boxes with the colors, and above that once you select the color, your box should turn that color. Mine does not, it just gets darker or lights. ( As from black, to gray to white)