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Concept: There is a relation between actual image and mask. It is shown by the icon on the layer. We will see the working of this link in the following lesson.
1. Open Photoshop. Open the image to apply Glass border.
2. Select Rectangular Marquee Tool and make rectangular selection on the image.
3. Go to Channels tab. Create new channel.
1. Open Photoshop. Open the image to apply cross border.
2. Select Rectangular Marquee Tool and make rectangular selection on the image.
3. Go to Channels tab. Create new channel.
1. Type two different texts with the same color on transparent background with two different layers.
2. Select the first text layer. Make a duplicate. Apply the Blur filter on the copy.
1. Open Photoshop and type the text with preferably script font for sign effect. Draw the curved line below the text which we will reveal with animation.
2. Create second layer. Hide the curved line with white patch.
1. Open an image.
2. Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur (Radius 1.0 pixels)
3. Edit > Fade Gaussian Blur (Opacity 100% Mode: Vivid Light)
1. Open an image.
2. Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur (Radius 1.0 pixels)
3. Edit > Fade Gaussian Blur (Opacity 100% Mode: Color Burn)
1. Open an image.
2. Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur (Radius 1.0 pixels)
3. Edit > Fade Gaussian Blur (Opacity 100% Mode: Overlay)
1. Open Photoshop and open the two (preferably same sized) images to be animated.
2. Drag one image on other to get the following layer structure.
3. File > Jump To > Image Ready
Concept : In the Dissolve mode, Photoshop will randomly change the layer pixels to 0% opacity and other will remain to 100%. This effect can be checked when the layer is set to the opacity less than 100%.