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GREAT WORK bro........ clapping.gif thumbsup.gif well i know Photoshop.......,but ahhhh....wanna ask how to create a gif wally without losing its HD quality,......................
ok first open your image in you adobe photoshop
Then click here

Then a small bar will appear in South west side of you screen then to make gif easily
Click here

Then make you animation
nice thread dude
and i also wanna to make the same thing as gamer wants to do
Nice thread friend , hope it will more usefull for beginner designer .
thank you
hey great work imraan bro
can u tell me smthing about layers

and how to mix them smile.gif
Can you tell me in detail about your question
here are the details smile.gif

i want to know that like we open 2 images in photoshop i use adobe cs5,, i am completely new to photoshop surrender.gif

so how to take a particular section of the first image and blend it with the secong image
@danish here's your answer-:
its easy task buddy...firstly you need to select the wally which you wanna a part.......and then use the Lasso tool from the toolbox....and select the particular area you want to use....then ctrl+c...and select the second wally where you wanna past that part of image with the help of ctrl+v........and its done....
1-To blend a two image it is very important to have a matching to images
2- i am going to use this two images


3-Select The Photo You Want To Use As Your "Target" Image
Means choose which photo you will blend

4-Duplicate The Background Layer Of The Target Image
Currently, my target image (as well as my source image) is made up of only one layer, the Background layer, which we can see if we look in the Layers palette:

To do that, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+J (Win) / Command+J (Mac) it will look like this

5-Open The Apply Image Command
To do this go up to the Image menu at the top of the screen and choose Apply Image. Photoshop will pop up the Apply Image dialog box

The Target Image, Layer and Color Mode
In the center of the dialog box, it shows the name of your target image, along with the name of the layer you had selected when you opened the Apply Image command. This is the layer you'll be blending the other image with. My target image is named "guitar.jpg", and I had "Layer 1" selected in my Layers palette, which is exactly what it's showing in my Apply Image dialog box below. It's also telling me that my target image is currently using the RGB color mode:

We can't change any of this information for the target image. This is simply telling us what we had selected when we opened the Apply Image command.

The Source Image
At the top of the dialog box is the Source option, which shows the currently selected source image. Since I only have two images open in Photoshop, my second image, "concert-crowd.jpg", is automatically chosen as my source image:

Now apply his setting

The Blend Mode and Opacity If you choose to change then change but i will not change any thing

we'll skip the bottom two options in the dialog box, "Preserve Transparency" and "Mask", since we've already covered everything we need to know to blend our images together using Apply Image. In fact, even without changing anything in the dialog box and leaving all the options at their defaults, I can see if I look at my target image that my two images are already blending together nicely:

Image will look like this

thanks gamer and imraan now i am off to photoshop to apply what u all taught and any more doubts i will km to u 10.gif 10.gif 10.gif
Thank you
Thank c2d22 for my beginner at Photoshop thumbsup.gif
Thank you toooo!!!
QUOTE (danish009 @ Jun 19 2010, 02:22 PM) *
thanks gamer and imraan now i am off to photoshop to apply what u all taught and any more doubts i will km to u 10.gif 10.gif 10.gif

Hope that the info will help you........
hi guys i m back with more doubts smile.gif

could u make an complete tutorial on the topic on how to make an signature it would be very helpful to many of us smile.gif thanks
1-Select your images on which you want to make sig
2-open it photoshop
3- Make it transparent with MAGIC WAND TOOL

4-Now click on the white part of the image

5-Then select MAGIC ERASE TOOL Note IF this tool are not there Then Right Click on the Erase tool then select MAGIC ERASE TOOL
6-Then Click on the white Part with MAGIC ERASE TOOL It will become Like this

7-Now Press F7 Button on key broad Now this will appear

8-Now Click Ctrl+A Then it will select whole screen Now copy It And make a new window It will select this setting

9-Make width Little long To write names I am making it 350

10-Now click U On keyboard Make a bar with Grayish colour

11-Now go to Layer option on top Then Select Layer style Then Select Gradient tool

12-Now there is a effect now paste that image

13-Now Finish Write your name profile anything

is there an option for raytracer rendering in photoshop ?

(I own photoshop elements 8)

LOST LYRICS Tell me in detail about your question
keep going c2d22 u r bcoming the star of this thread
Thanks madho1
QUOTE (c2d22 @ Jun 20 2010, 05:25 PM) *
LOSTLYRICS Tell me in detail about your question

I meant, cAn you add light sources to 3D effects
that you created from 2D pictures in photoshop ?

See you raytrace tutorial sorry because something i dont know in photoshop

Photoshop tutorila
QUOTE (c2d22 @ Jun 22 2010, 09:54 AM) *
See you raytrace tutorial sorry because something i dont know in photoshop

Photoshop tutorila

thanks anyway byebye.gif

you are maintaining a helpful thread here, diligently. thumbsup.gif

QUOTE (c2d22 @ Jun 22 2010, 04:34 PM) *

tongue.gif you are welcome

reagrds from the coast of the moody baltic sea
some one there need help
well imraan bro i will also try to help the members about the photoshop so i think i will be here too.
Okk for sure i am making you member of these
hi bro
another question

how to cut a part of an image and add it to another image

and please tell me where to get brushes and fonts for adobe cs5 unsure.gif
hi every body ... i want to ask ... what is the best website to learn the photoshop effects?
Al sagna best effect site


Your tutorial Ask to Our new member MOHIB RAMEEN
QUOTE (c2d22 @ Jun 30 2010, 07:50 PM) *

Well...Well...Well......You are doing awesome job pal...... 10.gif
Thanks gamer
Very humble work my friend... I really appreciate your work... Go oN and On and ON......
Thanks RaganorK
Tell me, i know its simplest for you but its a beginning to me, how to add a background to an image. i tried the tutorials on first page, but the images got overlapped.. take this two image MIckey Mouse and Disenyland..
i want Mickey in foreground and Disenyland in Backgound.

As i am totally fresher, plz keep the language as simple as feeding a baby...
tutorial for creating a badge
Sorry icant give you tutorial wait little more please
after some day i will put your tutorial
Photoshop keyboard shortcuts By Talalsrilanka.

New Ctrl+n
Open Ctrl+o
Close Ctrl+w
Save Ctrl+s
Save as Shift+Ctrl+s
Revert F12
Print Ctrl+p
Exit Ctrl+q

Undo/Redo (1 level) Ctrl+z
Cut Ctrl+x
Copy Ctrl+c
Paste Ctrl+v
Paste Into Shift+Ctrl+v
Fill with FG color Alt+Backspace
Fill with BG color Control+Backspace

Levels Ctrl+l
Auto Contrast Shift+Ctrl+Alt+l
Curves Ctrl+m Curves
Color Balance Ctrl+b
Hue/Saturation Ctrl+u
Desaturate Shift+Ctrl+u
Invert Ctrl+i Invert
Default Colors d
Switch Colors x

New Layer Shift+Ctrl+n
Layer via Copy Ctrl+j
Bring (layer) to Front Shift+Ctrl+]
Send (layer) to Back Shift+Ctrl+[
Bring (layer) Forward Ctrl+]
Send (layer) Backward Ctrl+[
Select Top Layer Shift+Alt+]
Select Bottom Layer Shift+Alt+[
Select One Layer Forward Alt+]
Select One Layer Backward Alt+[
Merge Down Ctrl+e
Merge Visible Shift+Ctrl+e
Preserve Transparency /
Cycle Modes Forwards Shift+=
Cycle Modes Backwards Shift+-

Select All Ctrl+a
Deselect Ctrl+d
Inverse Shift+Ctrl+i
Feather Ctrl+Alt+d

Zoom In Ctrl+=
Zoom Out Ctrl+-
Fit on Screen Ctrl+0
Actual Pixels Ctrl+Alt+0
Show/Hide Extras Ctrl+h
Show/Hide Guides Ctrl+'
Show/Hide Grid Ctrl+Alt+'
Show/Hide Rulers Ctrl+r
Snap Ctrl+;
Scroll View Up Page Up
Scroll View Down Page Down
Scroll View Left Ctrl+Page Up
Scroll View Right Ctrl+Page Down


Color Tab F6
Layers Tab F7
Info Tab F8

Rectangular Marquee Tool m
Elliptical Marquee Tool Shift+m
Move Tool v
Lasso Tool l
Magic Wand Tool w
Crop Tool c
Airbrush Tool j
Paintbrush Tool b
Clone Stamp Tool s
Eraser Tool e
Gradient Tool g
Paint Bucket Tool Shift+g
Blur Tool r
Dodge Tool o
Type Tool t
Pen Tool p
Eye Dropper Tool i
Zoom Tool z
Previous Brush ,
Next Brush .
First Brush Shift+<
Last Brush Shift+>
Decrease Brush Size [
Increase Brush Size ]
Decrease Brush Hardness {
Increase Brush Hardness }

Help F1 Help
Context Help Shift+F1

Last Filter Ctrl+f
Preferences Ctrl+k
Liquify Shift+Ctrl+x


Accessibility is the Key
f1 - Toggles Adobe Online Help
f5 - Toggles Brush style palette
f6 - Toggles Colour, Swatches, Styles palette
f7 - Toggles Layers, Channels, Paths palette
f8 - Toggles Navigator, Info palette
f9 - Toggles Actions, History, Presets palette
Tab (Key) - Toggles all the palettes on screen
Shift + Tab (Key) - Toggles palettes on screen, excluding the Toolbar.

Tool Bar Short Cuts
R (Key) - Blur Tool
E (Key) - Eraser Tool
T (Key) - Horizontal Type Tool
Y (Key) - History Brush Tool
U (Key) - Line Tool
I (Key) - Measure Tool
O (Key) - Sponge Tool
P (Key) - Pen Tool
A (Key) - Direct Select Tool
W (Key) - Magic Wand Tool
S (Key) - Clone Stamp Tool
G (Key) - Gradient Stamp Tool
H (Key) - Hand Tool
J (Key) - Healing Stamp Tool
K (Key) - Slice Stamp Tool
L (Key) - Polygonal Lasso Tool
Z (Key) - Zoom Stamp Tool
C (Key) - Crop Stamp Tool
V (Key) - Move Tool
B (Key) - Brush Tool
N (Key) - Notes Tool
M (Key) - Rectangular Marquee Tool

Out of Ctrl ShortCuts
Ctrl + N - New Document Dialogue Box
Ctrl + M - Curves Dialogue Box
Ctrl + A - Selects all in the currently foreground document or currently selected layer
Ctrl + D - Deselects all in the currently foreground document or currently selected layer
Ctrl + J - Automatically creates a duplicate of the currently selected layer
Ctrl + K - Preferences Dialogue Box
Ctrl + L - Levels Dialogue Box
Ctrl + F4 - Closes current document
Ctrl + ' (Single Quote Key) - Toggles Grid Lines
Ctrl + Q - Quits Photoshop altogether
Ctrl + R - Toggles Rulers
Ctrl + U - Hue/Saturation Dialogue Box
Ctrl + O - Opens New File
Ctrl + P - Print Dialogue Box
Ctrl + Z - Undo last Action
Ctrl + Tab - Toggle between open documents
Ctrl + Shift + C - Copy Merged
Ctrl + C - Copy
Ctrl + H - Toggle Extras
Ctrl + ; - Toggle Guides
Ctrl + Shift + ; - Toggle Snap
Ctrl + X - Cut
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + X - Pattern Maker
Ctrl + V - Paste
Ctrl + Shift + V - Paste into selection
Ctrl + Alt + Shift + V - Paste Outside
Ctrl + T - Transform Tool
Ctrl + Shift + T - Repeats the last performed Transform
Shift + F5 / Shift + Backspace (Key) - Fill Layer Dialogue Box

Combination Number 9 Shortcuts - Ctrl + Shift / Alt
Ctrl + Shift + O - Photoshop's File Browser
Ctrl + Shift + P - Page Setup Dialogue Box
Ctrl + Shift + S - Save As Dialogue Box
Ctrl + Shift + K - Color Setting Preferences Box
Ctrl + Shift + F - Fade Dialogue Box
Ctrl + Shift + X - Liquify Filter Tool
Ctrl + Shift + N - Create New Layer Preferences Box
Ctrl + Shift + M - Launches ImageReady
Ctrl + Shift + E - Merges all layers into a single layer
Ctrl + Alt + Z - Step Backward
Ctrl + Shift + - (Minus Sign Key) - Zoom Out
Ctrl + Shift + + (Plus Sign Key) - Zoom In
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + N - Creates a new empty layer
Ctrl + Shift + Alt + S - Save For The Web Dialogue
Ctrl + Alt (in most Dialogue Boxes) - Changes the 'Cancel' command to 'Reset'
Ctrl + Alt (in the 'Save For Web Dialogue') - Changes the 'Cancel' command to 'Reset' & the 'Done' command to 'Remember'
Ctrl + Alt + ~(Tild Symbol) - Selects the brightest area of the currently selected layer
Ctrl + Shift + I - Inverts a selection
Ctrl + Alt + X - Extract
Shift + -/+ signs(on a layer) - Toggles the different layer modes
Shift + Ctrl + Z - Step Forward
well the info is very long
hey C2 can you tell make sig using CS4
coz can;t get you a bit notworthy.gif
i am tired check here for tutorila
watch this sorry i cant give you tutorila
You tuttorial video on how to make sig
hey dude c2
how to make all layers in one layer>?
if u can post screen shot that will be awesome notworthy.gif
means what
i think he means to merge two layer into one.......
i got thnks guys notworthy.gif
QUOTE (luvfist @ Jul 18 2010, 03:26 AM) *
i got thnks guys notworthy.gif

Why thanks
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