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  1. Hi everyone, I edit a photo in photoshop. Background is crystal clear on my monitor. I submit a photo, photo is placed in my portfolio and then I see what I missed to erasure. Doesn't anybody experience this. I played with brightness and contract on my monitor, no success. Any help highly appreciated. Thank a lot. I hope you are going to see it on enclosed photo
  2. Just getting started here. I have a small portfolio so far. My tastes run to unique closeups. I love, love, love tweaking or going hogwild with tones and colors in LR or PS. If the quality is there - composition, sharpness, exposure, is there a problem with playing with pixels? I'm thinking in specializing in textures. Also, I had to look up what vector was. Seems like some of my wilder experiments might do better as vectors, or should I post them as both?
  3. Hi! I have recently started to use Lightroom Classic. (I was using Rawshooter a lot a few years ago, so I am used to basic editing. ) Now, I wanted to do some touchup in Photoshop, and opened the DNG file. But after having done a tiny bit of cloning the JPG I then saved is slightly more grey than the JPG from Lightroom. So it seems that everytime I want to do a little work in Photoshop, I get an additional round with colour tweaking too. Is this a known issue and is there a way to keep the colour profile?
  4. I decided I wanted a new 4k monitor for a number of reasons (some even valid) but I've run into a problem. I use Photoshop CS4 (2008) and when I run the new monitor at it native resolution (3840 X 2160) or 4k, the size of the "framework" of Photoshop is so small it very difficult to see let alone use. Is there some way to increase the size of Photoshop on the screen without lowering the resolution of the screen, substantially? I understand you can change the size of the Microsoft programs in Windows 10 via "settings" (which I've done) but I have not found a way to increase the "size" of
  5. Can I upload pictures from my artwork in Photoshop? (not the result of photo manipulation but purely the results of paint brushes in photoshop such as game characters or comic characters).
  6. This query is for the experts and anyone who creates video tuts for youtube etc. I'm looking for decent screen capture software for the PC. It would be awesome if the software included things like highlighted cursor, etc.If it posted shortcut keystrokes onscreen as it went that would be awesome although I'm thinking its likely no one has that. Any sharing of your knowledge would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Hi everyone I have 2 questions 1) I have a range of textile designs which have separate channels of colours. But the issue is that there is no way to upload PSD file. Customers need textile design in separate colours. 2) how can work "On demand" action? I mean costumer will contact directly? Or via shutterstock? If through shutterstock then If he demand color separation of a design then how can we upload? My portfolio is: www.shutterstock.com/g/umarhayat63 Lot thanks
  8. Photoshop question: replacing a sky I use blend if to replace a dull sky on seascapes or flat horizons with decent results (still learning!). I am having a lot of trouble with snow capped mountains using this method. I tried doing a "place embedded and then changing it to screen and painting the sky layer on to the background layer copy" method. I found this tedious and it results in either a white line around peaks and valleys or mountains tinted sky colors. Is there an easier method you recommend for replacing the sky with an uneven horizon that may have some greys in it? Of cours
  9. Hello all... I've a query.. What displayed on the (Nikon D5500) camera display looks bit different when viewed on the Acer laptop screen, again when the same laptop is connected via HDMI to Sony Bravia television for editing.. that comes up with different Contrast, vividity and color temperature... After editing keeping television quality as base... The same looks different on different screen... It looks different in Motorola and then in iPhone... And definitely it's going to be different again when it gets printed.. The Question is this how you guys tackle this situa
  10. After my video "introduction to layers", this one goes much further. Adjustment layers, masks, blending modes, opacity, layer groups and clipping masks https://youtu.be/VSEx34l7Qy0
  11. Hi, here is a straight-from-my-smartphone picture, just a random snapshot while we were out playing. I liked the dragon head and thought it could be useful. Show me what you can do with Photoshop or whatever editing service you like. Add, subtract, change whatever you want. It doesn't need to be stock friendly. I'm not claiming it's a great pic, I just picked one I knew I wouldn't ever upload so we could play with it. Have fun!
  12. Understanding layers, selections, mask and composite images in Photoshop https://youtu.be/BEdud8QrfSQ
  13. How to customize the interface and optimize the screen in Photoshop. For beginners, but can also be useful to intermediate users. Mastering the basics can save a lot of time on the daily work https://youtu.be/eE6BFea82EQ
  14. There are many ways to make your photo unique, and this is a very simple example. These technique is easy but requires a little patience on the field. Who is interested in a detailed explanation: https://www.rasicaphoto.com/-/galleries/blog/blending-images-through-time-turn-the-lights-on
  15. How to use the Clone Stamp tool in Photoshop https://youtu.be/BP6qr0F02S4
  16. Hi everyone, I'm very I'm PSD mockup designer and want to publish my non-executive mockups in Shutterstock and I have couple of simple question here; 1- As I see there is no any PSD option on mockup files should I export my PSD files as .TIFF format with editable layers? 2- I check published PSD mockups on Shutterstock. Designer are use just white background and text "Your Design Here" is this Shutterstock format? For example; I always use pictures for preview visuals but remove it in PSD files. What kind a format I should follow when I upload my mockups in to Shutters
  17. New Lightroom video tutorialCropping, import preset, chromatic aberration, lens distortion, transform upright.I look forward to your comments.Many thanks
  18. Library filter and collections. All comments welcome. Many thanks
  19. http://www.bandt.com.au/media/getty-images-bans-retouched-model-images Getty Images will no longer accept creative images depicting models whose body shapes have been retouched to make them look thinner or larger. This is an industry first and an important step for Getty Images and authentic visual representation globally; accurate, healthy depiction in advertising imagery has a direct correlation on fighting stereotypes, creating tolerance and empowering communities. Spurred by a new law in France that requires clients who use commercial images in the region to disclose whether
  20. Anybody can support me with Photoshop filters of portrait (smooth skin) and dramatic!
  21. I watched a few youtube tutorial videos about how to make white background .but i cant make perfect white background when there is woman hair. Corners of hair mostly too soft/hard or cant whiten among hair. how can i perfectly cut out hair? do you know any good tutorial videos or guide?
  22. Sorry if this question has been asked but i honestly could not find the answer. This is my first time uploading images to be reviewed and approved, when i uploaded them I sent them in with my personal watermark that I add to my pictures when I save them from Lightroom. Is this allowed? will my first submission be rejected? Should i submit my images WITHOUT my personal watermark? thank you for all replies!
  23. I live in Stonehaven Scotland beside the Northsea, It's further north than Moscow. A nice day is when you can't see your breath. Because of this, many of the shots I take are of boats in the harhour, and it sometime feels that no matter how hard I work at photoshoping out the logos, numbers, signs and names on the boats, and the images still get rejected over and over again! Some of my best work gets continually rejected, Sometimes, I just give up.and send in the mediocre stuff which gets accepted, WTF. The other day I spent ages positioning myself to make sure that there were no
  24. I'm not crazy about the composition of this picture, but what I'd like more feedback on is the post editing: colour balancing, contrast, sharpness/noise, focus, and anything else you notice. Almost every time I shoot there is a lot of haze, so I'm trying to eliminate that without creating other problems, which is quite challenging for me at my current level. Is it still too hazy? Is it too sharp? Feedback is greatly appreciated!

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