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This is a tough one to answer without seeing what you are describing. However, I wondering if you are checking the menu for Image = Image Size... and making sure the PPI/DPI is the same between documents
Thanks for asking Sadie. With your picture open, simply to to the menu for Filter = Pixelate = Color Halftone. Experiment with the settings and you'll be set! I made a short movie for you. https://www
James, I recommend Epson for scanners and inkjet printers. Yes, those salesmen are notorious for being uneducated about the product and customer. For photos and artwork, inkjet is best. I am not of
James, the Image Size in PSElements is the total size in RAM. When you save a JPG of that file is compressed greatly and you will have a smaller filesize. Try saving your scan as a TIF first. Then you'll
Imran, I am not familiar with any such actions—at least ones that actually work to my liking. However, I suggest experimenting with Color Range. In conjunction with the Quickmask function, you can get