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I am new to photoshop. My question is regarding cropping. I have cropped my images to the
way I like them but I have realised I am assuming if I want prints of a standard size eg.
10x8 then I am geussing I have to crop evenly or to a dimension or ratio or something? I
am sure there is an easy answer I just cant find it??
You are right, you need to crop to the final dimension of the print. Select the crop tool
in Photoshop and look on the top toolbar. You can enter the width and height of the final
image (e.g. 10" x 8"), the crop toll will be constrained to a) work with this
ratio, and b) not exceed these dimensions.
sharpen this image with photo editor
Is there anyway to sharpen this image? Please feel free to edit, if possible. Thanks
Its pretty dark..if you adjust the levels or curves youll probably end up with a pretty
grainy looking photo.
Paint Shop Pro 9 v. PhotoShop CS
Ok, I know this is the door to the hornets nest but I'm opening it anyway.
I need/want new image editing software. I'm out of date/fed up with Photoshop Elements
Photoshop CS is US$599
Photoshop Elements 3 is US$89
Paint Shop Pro 9 is US$99
One of the features I need but don't have on Elements 2 is the cut/fold marks that you can
print out with Photoshop 9. So if I have a 5x7 pic printed on 8.5x11 paper it will show me
exactly where to cut. Right now I have a friend print them from his comp w/PS7, which is a
very sucky setup.
I haven't found any info on Elements 3 that indicates it's much better than 2 or has the
cut/fold marks I want. Photoshop 9 has everything I want, but I still need that arm and
leg. I can't justify paying US$599 for a program where I only use 4 or 5 functions.
So Silkstone et al... win me over to PSP9. I've used PSP5 for simple stuff at work and
don't see the stuff I'm looking for. Is ver. 9 the end all/last editing software I'll
need? How well does it handle RAW from a 300D? And will Silkstone give me his home number
so he can walk me through the learning curve? (It's a 5 hour difference so I won't bother
you until after midnight your time ).
Convert Red to Pink by photo editor
I have a photo of a boat with a post office red hull. I have been trying to change the
hull colour to bright pink with no success; I keep ending up with something close to
orange. Does anyone know if there is a simple way I can do this?
I am using Paint Shop Pro X on this computer.
Select the hull - either with the Magic Wand or manually with the lasso tool.
There are a few ways to go from here, but try this...
Using the Materials pallette, choose a suitable shade of pink as the Foreground colour.
The 'Frame' pallette lets you choose the hue from the outer frame, and the saturation and
lightness from the inner rectangle.
Now select the Change to Target brush from the tools pallete. (It's in the same group as
the Lighten/Darken brush, about half way down the pallette.)
Select a suitable size of brush, and brush over the selected area. It will change the
colour to the foreground colour you have selected, without affecting the image detail.
If you're very careful you may not need to select the hull first - but that prevents
changing anything else if your brush strays.
Let's know how you get on.
EDIT/ Just a thought.... The Change to Target tool will change the hue, but it won't alter
the lightness - because that would lose some detail. If you paint in the correct hue, you
can then alter the lightness of the selected area with the Hue/Saturation/Lightness
function. In fact, you may be able to get the correct hue from this as well, without using
the C-t-T tool.
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