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  • Leah
    replied to Platinum toning
    Hmmm... playing around, here's a first try at a platinum quadtone setting (attached). I'm sure someone can improve upon it....
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  • Leah
    replied to Platinum toning
    Adobe Studio Exchange has a set of gradient maps including a platinum simulation here.

    Another popular method is to add a layer filled with R153 G102 B51 at 20% opacity then a Brightness/Contrast adjustment layer with +20 on Contrast.

    You could also do it using the Mode/Duotone...
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  • Leah
    replied to diffrence between CS & PS6?
    Probably the biggest changes were 6 -> 7 -- a redesign of the brush engine and the introduction of heal and patch tools. But there's some neat new stuff in CS, too.
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  • Leah
    replied to Fluid intelligence test
    Can't get through to the link at the moment.

    I'm an INTP, though -- was tested a few years ago for work and found it very interesting and the full description startlingly accurate -- including all those little bad habits...
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  • Leah
    replied to New Oval Bust Challenge
    P.S. Flora's method is great but you won't be able to get the background pattern in the image to line up with the background pattern in your web page for all browsers, because they place the image in slightly different ways just to make your life difficult. It's up to you whether or not that bothers...
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  • Leah
    replied to New Oval Bust Challenge
    Darn, Flora beat me to it while I was doing my screenshots. But I shall continue anyway as this is a slightly different way to do it.

    9. Do File -> Save for Web. Under settings, select GIF, whichever one of Perceptual, Selective or Adaptive looks best, check the Transparency box, whichever...
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  • Leah
    replied to New Oval Bust Challenge
    I don't know how you did that, but what you need to do is:

    1. Open your image (the rectangular one without any bits deleted) in PS. If you have multiple layers, flatten them now. (Screenshot 1)

    2. On the Background layer in the Layers palette, to the right you will see...
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  • Leah
    replied to How to make a metal-effect
    Thanks, Patrick.

    Using curves to create metal effects is particularly useful when the object has detail or form you want to retain so that the "standard" method of rendering metal using Layer Styles alone produces an effect that's too flat.
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  • Leah
    replied to Help with Understanding Masks Please
    Hi Neb --

    To start off with, you are absolutely right. Black on a mask hides that part of the layer the mask applies to, and white on a mask reveals it.

    You generally use masks with multiple layers and I think the confusion may be coming in because if you reveal some of...
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  • Leah
    replied to Tutorials on making water?
    I don't know of a suitable tutorial, so I'll copy this to the Help Requested forum where more people will see it and maybe one of them can help.
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  • Leah
    replied to looking for tutorials....
    I don't know of a suitable tutorial, so I'll copy this to the Help Requested forum where more people will see it and maybe one of them can help.
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  • Leah
    replied to High Pass Sharpening
    Thanks, Doug -- that's a common technique very well explained.
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  • Another thing you can do is put another (unblurred) copy of your background layer on top of the blurred copy and set the blend mode to Color. Then add a Hide All layer mask to the unblurred copy and paint in white on the layer mask over the areas where the foreground subject colour is bleeding into...
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  • I got this problem (first image displays, but not the others, plus javascript error in staus bar) playing around with it just on Windows -- it turned out the problem was the file names. It worked if the file names were just plain alphanumeric but, for example, anything with a dash character in it wouldn't...
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  • Yes, I've found that some places, but in the specific cases I'm thinking of the application basically works but some of its features don't. For example on another forum I can post happily from Firefox but the formatting options (bold, underline, etc.) are not available and no jigsaw pieces or anyth...
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