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High- End Clipping for Hair and Fur in images

High- End Clipping for Hair and Fur in images
Working on images that require high-end quality is quite complicated, unless one knows the tricks. For processing any images into design, image clipping is one of the first part that needs to be considered for the quality output.Usually most designs need a normal clipping of an image. But when it comes to high-end printing, detailing part is the most important thing to keep in mind.For processing / clipping the...

Shadows/Highlights Adjustment on Photoshop

Shadows/Highlights Adjustment on Photoshop
The Shadow/Highlight command is one method for correcting photos with dark or dull images due to strong backlighting or correcting subjects that have been slightly washed out.The adjustment can also be used for brightening areas of shadow in an otherwise well‑lit image. The Shadow/Highlight adjustment that we are going to use is destructive in nature. So it’s better first to create a duplicate layer and then...

Bit Depth

Bit Depth
  Bit Depth The word bit comes from two words, binary and digit. Bit depth refers to the color information stored in an image. Bit means it’s amount of tonal variation in the image. Understanding the tonal values within an image can help you obtain the best print possible. There are 3 type of bit depth on photoshop.  8-Bit Depth 8 Bit images have 256 colors.Each Color of an image in RGB (Red, Green, Blue)...

Quick White Balance Correction in Camera Raw & Photoshop

Quick White Balance Correction in Camera Raw & Photoshop
White balance is the process of removing unrealistic color casts, so that objects which appear white in person are rendered white in your photo. White balance in digital photography means adjusting colors so that the image looks more natural. We go through the process of adjusting colors to primarily get rid of color casts, in order to match the picture with what we saw when we took it. Raw Image...

Differences Between File Formats (PSD, TIFF, PNG, JPEG)

Differences Between File Formats (PSD, TIFF, PNG, JPEG)
Photoshop users already know that there are various file formats in which the images can be saved. The file formats are there to cater the specific needs in terms of quality and use of the image. Here’s an insight into what the file formats stand for. Adobe Photoshop default (PSD) PSD file is a layered image file used in Adobe PhotoShop (PSD), which stands for Photoshop Document, is the default format that...

Reduce PSD File Size Without Quality Loss

Reduce PSD File Size Without Quality Loss
Reduce PSD File Size without Quality Loss When file size is heavy, unnecessarily much time is spent. File size matters when sharing via any means. As a solution to lessen file size, many designers reduce the resolution of their PSDs which results on reduced quality as well. With some simple tricks mentioned below, file size of a PSDs can be reduced without losing its quality. You can either follow one or all of...
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