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  • KenB
    Color Buildup
    by KenB
    Using Photoshop 7.01, how do you stop the color from building up when you paint over the same area at less than 100% opacity.
    A lot of times the area I want to apply paint to is larger than what I can see on my screen, if I remove my pen from the tablet and then move the viewable area and continue...
    03-28-2003, 07:03 PM
  • Patricia
    Whitening teeth in Photoshop
    by Patricia
    Here's an easy way to whiten teeth in Photoshop, no selections required:

    Make a new layer, set the blend mode to Overlay or Soft Light, and fill with 50% gray. (this can be done all at once by holding down the alt key in Windows, I think it's the Opt key on a Mac, while adding a new layer...
    02-04-2006, 11:14 AM
  • T Paul
    How To Smooth Skin and Conceal Blemishes
    by T Paul
    Using Gaussian Blur

    1. Open the image.
    2. Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur.
    3. Set the radius just high enough to conceal any wrinkles or blemishes. Click OK to apply the gaussian blur.
    4. If the History palette is not visible, go to Window > Show History....
    01-05-2004, 07:50 PM
  • DannyRaphael
    TUTORIAL 08: .Find Edges + Blend mode = Overlay
    by DannyRaphael
    This method is so easy I don't know why I didn't think of posting it earlier. The results can be used as a basis on which to build or sometimes "as is" is just fine.

    * Usually works best on scenery, flowers, buildings -- images with distinct edges.
    03-13-2003, 07:40 PM
  • curtism
    Strange coloration problem
    by curtism
    Attached is a hi-res scan of a 50 year-old photo which was displayed behind glass for quite a while. I cropped the photo to avoid dealing with the fading and I ran Digital ROC and Neat Image to get to where I now am but haven't the slightest idea of the proper technique to get rid of the red splotches....
    10-06-2008, 05:07 PM