I am a Photoshop professional and have been using the tool since 1998. Since then I have been constantly upgrading myself with the newer versions of the same. Please feel free to ask me for issues or difficulties, be it technical or creative. I am here to help.
About 17years, I have been using photoshop since it was 3.0 extensively for print media, animation, presentations, broadcast designs, mobile content etc.
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Hi Jim, Easiest solution would be. 1. Create a new layer on top of your object Layer. Fill it with the desired color you want the object to be. 2.Change the Blending mode of this layer to Hue or color
Hi Steve, Alright Check your editor preferences: Edit -> Preferences -> General Make sure Allow Floating Documents in Full Edit Mode is checked In the editor, go to Windows -> Images and select
Hi Steve, The image you attached is that a screenshot/printscreen of what you see? Or does that grey stay when you save it as an image? If its the first case then its just the grey interface of photoshop
Hi Martin, Iam not completely sure if i understood the problem. Is the dpi same on both documents? However from what i understood, here's my suggestion. 1. Drag the file from explorer/finder
Hi Shridevi, How about convert your image into a smart object. Change the depth into 16-bit, apply all your effects. change back to 32-bit before exporting to the final format. (Click on Dont rasterize/Flatten)