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I use Photoshop 6.0 but I guess it works all the same. Adding pictures is a simple drag and drop action. You open your pictures, then create a new canvas in the size you wish and then simply drag and drop your pictures to that canvas.
when im adding text, it wont allow my words to get any higher than 31 pixels....ive done a few other things with words before and ive gotten them to any size i wanted. i cant figure out whats wrong this time
There is probably a much easier way to do it but if you put in your writing, then copy that layer to a new document and flip it vertically, then place it back in the original document, and lower the opacity, it will look like a reflection.
you could try sharpening the image to fix the blurriness.
first, duplicate your image, then go to adjust - sharpeness - sharpen or sharpen more.
if you find that if getting too sharp, lowering the opactity of the layer you sharpened, until you get something you can work with.
the sharpen approach can be hit or miss, especially in PSP, but i hope this helps.
I actually have 2 questions. First how do you get the texture with the cool cracklike marks like in this avy-->
and second question... I've been having a problem with my avies. They look fine and normal when I look at them on my paintshop and they come out all wrong when I transfer them to photobucket. Usually when I add text or do any special adustment like Fill Flash or to the Histogram. It gets all blurry around certain places.
i have a very amateur question. when you are blending images with very different backgrounds (like one is very light and colorful and the other is dark and dull), how do you get it to blend smoothly? sometimes i am able to work with this, but sometimes i cant, and i was wondering if there is anyone here that does that a lot and can give me tips? is there even a way to make is smoother? (and im talking photoshop here)
I'm interested in SiE's question about the cracks! Does anyone know?
With the blending question Spirit, I really try not to blend stuff like that if I can avoid it. Otherwise try to use as much negative space as possible between the two images (like the blur behind the subjects, or background). You could also try adding on more space before blending them (like cut and paste more background to make it look like more), then you can increase the feather size in photoshop, and it will blend a lot smoother.
Hope that made sense.
I had a question about this avatar I made... which I can't use on here. But it's a gif file I made in Flash. Does anyone know why it's grainy as a gif file, or if there is a site where I can upload a swf. or flash file for free?