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... 4. Filter > Sketch> Water Paper (Fiber Length: 41, Brightness: 31, Contrast: 74).
5. Go to Layer Palette. Create New Layer.
6. Select > Load Selection (Alpha 1)...
1. Open Photoshop. Open desired image.
2. Go to Channel Palette and Create New Channel. Fill the channel with white color.
3. Filter > Noise > Add Noise (Guassian, Monochromatic, Amount : 25)
4. Filters > Sketch > Bas Relief...
1. Open Photoshop.
2. Open desired image.
3. Go to Channel Palette and Create New Channel. Fill the channel with white color.
4. Filter > Noise > Add Noise (Guassian, Monochromatic, Amount : 25)...
1. Open Photoshop. Open desired image.
2. Image > Adjust > Desaturate.
3. Layer > New Adjustment Layer > Color Balance (Color Levels: 88, 0, 82)
4. Go to Channel Palette...
1. Open Photoshop. Open Eagle.psd from samples folder. Adobe > Photoshop 7.0 > Samples.
2. To make it gray ( black & white ), no need to change the mode and convert it into Grayscale.
3. Image > Adjustments > Desaturate...
1. Create new file with 72 PPI and white background. Type the text and fill it with 35% gray from the Swatches.
2. Filter > Noise > Add Noise
Rasterize the text when asked for. (Amount 16 - Gaussian - Monochromatic).
3. Layer > Layer Style > Bevel & Emboss ...
1. Create new file with 72 PPI and white background. Type the text and fill it with 35% gray from the Swatches.
2. Filter > Noise > Add Noise
Rasterize the text when asked for. (Amount 16 - Gaussian - Monochromatic).
3. Layer > Layer Style > Bevel & Emboss ...
Filters add spice to Photoshop. They can fulfill the need of beginner as well as professionals. The first time user of Photoshop can just open an image and apply filters with single click. Professional will be more serious and can create wonders out of it...
1. Open an image to apply Liquify filter.
2. Filter > Liquify
3. By default, the Warp Tool is selected if not, select the following Warp Tool at the top left of the dialogue box...
1. You need to open an image from which you will be creating pattern.
2. Filter > Pattern Maker
3. Drag Rectangular Marqee Tool on the portion of the image...