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Sorry, technical support is not available for my scripts Please report any web-related problems by sending an email to the address listed below. Sorry for the inconvenience, but I will not have the chance to respond to questions relating to these scripts. Please only use them if you feel confident that you can remove them if something should go wrong. My scripts are definitely not perfect and they will NOT work on every system configuration. Also, PLEASE tell me if you like these scripts and if you are using them. For immediate response to your issues and questions, check out the Adobe Forum: forums.adobe.com Also be sure to visit the Adobe TV site for a great collection of information and tutorials: tv.adobe.com Sincerely, Russell Brown russellprestonbrown@mac.com Related:  scripts photoshop

Les scripts photoshop - tutoriel absolut photo Un script permet d'enregister une serie d'évènements pour les reproduire à volonté et à l'identique. Par exemple, si vous souhaitez modifier plusieurs photos de la même façon, il vous suffit de créer un script qui va mémoriser vos réglages sur la première photo pour les appliquer aux photos suivantes ! Dans ce tutoriel, nous allons voir comment créer un script sous Photoshop. Ouvrez votre image : menu "Fichier" -> "Ouvrir" Puis sélectionnez l'onglet script (qui se trouve dans la même fenêtre que l'historique)Si vous ne voyez pas cet onglet, vérifiez dans le menu "Fenêtre" que les scripts sont bien affichés. Nous allons créer un nouvel ensemble pour pouvoir différencier nos scripts de ceux de Photoshop.Pour cela, cliquez sur l'icône représentant un dossier (en bas). Nous appellerons notre ensemble "Mes scripts".A présent nous allons cliquer sur l'icône représentant un calque pour créer un script. A gauche du nom du script, deux cases nous permettent d'agir sur le déroulement du script : La case

Combining Images | PhotoLesa.com Getting Started In order to combine two images, we must first wrangle them into the same document, on two separate layers. Layers are one of the most powerful features of both Photoshop and Elements, though it can also be a tough concept to grasp for beginners. Step 1: Pop open two images and position the document windows so that you can see both of them along with your Layers palette. From the Layers palette, click and drag one image into the other window, as shown below. By clicking on the target window (the bike image), I can see that it contains both images, each on their own layer. You can rearrange the order of items in the Layers palette by clicking and dragging them upward or downward. Step 2: For the purposes of this tutorial, I need the speedometer at the top of the layers stack so I dragged it upward. Adding a layer mask To fade these two images together, I'm going to use the Gradient Tool within a layer mask. Resizing one of the images Make it black and white Not bad, eh?!

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Planearium bendytree/Photoshop-Scripts Références pour graphistes, infographistes (infographes), illustrateurs, webdesigners. couleur - layout - storyboard - infographie - bd - illustration narrative Script | Photoshop Ressources Script « Magic skin » Pour tous ceux qui en ont assez des petits détails qui gâchent l’ambiance générale de leurs portraits, voici un petit Script Photoshop gratuit qui leur permettra de donner à leurs modèles le plus bel effet! Script « vieillissement » Il arrive de temps en temps à certains de vouloir donner un aspect vieillot à leurs photos… Si vous êtes de ce bord, vous apprécierez sans aucun doute ce Script Photoshop gratuit qui vous permettra de vieillir vos photos en un clin d’oeil! Script « lissage de la peau » Le lissage de la peau est une opération classique, parfois laborieuse… Nous vous proposons de gagner du temps avec ce petit script Photoshop gratuit qui vous permettra de lisser la peau en toute simplicité! 6 Scripts « Retro/Vintage » Et encore une ressource Photoshop gratuite de qualité: un pack de 6 scripts « Retro/Vintage », pour des photos du plus bel effet! Script « Infected » Envie de donner une ambiance glauque à vos photo? Script « noir & blanc / sépia »

Amarillo Graffiti AmaChron the 60's Photos collected from AmaChron files, newspaper clippings, postcards, private collections, high school annuals, and various Internet sources. The view Downtown on a busy Friday night in the early 60s 8th and Polk 9th and Polk "Draggin' Polk" circa 1964: The white building is Montgomery Ward which operated Downtown until August 1967. On this side is Mangles and on the far side C. 7th and Polk from atop the Fisk Building view west toward 8th Ave and Polk St. looking south at 8th Ave and Polk St. Home of the Western Lines Division of the AT&SF RR 4th and Polk The DOWNTOWER Hotel opened in 1965 The City of Amarillo took over the transit system after purchasing old buses from Dallas. (DOWNTOWNER Hotel is in the background, Amarillo National Bank is on the right) The Tri-State Fair Parade passes in front of The Hub Clothiers Store near 6th and Polk (1967). The Parade passes in front of The Mongram Store at 5th and Polk (1969) Horace Mann Jr. NE corner of 4th and Polk 1960. 5th and Polk in '67

Corner Editor | Photoshop Scripts This Photoshop script can do everything that the Rounded Rectangle Radius Resizer script can, and a lot more! Round the corners of any polygonal shapeMultiple corner stylesSettings are saved to the Layer so they can be modifiedSmooth multiple sub-paths in the same layerSmooth only the selected sub-paths As with the Rounded Rectangle Radius Resizer script, you can also View the pixel radius of existing rounded rectanglesEdit multiple layers at onceApply a different radius to each corner and/or subpath I have a couple more ideas for another update. Download “Corner Editor” script (win/mac CS5/CS6/CC) Like this: Like Loading... Tags: Photoshop, Rounded Rectangle, Script

Gry Garness Photography, Retouching and Photoshop Training, London UK 60 scripts photoshop "Gratuit" pour retoucher vos photos Merci à notre nouveau membre "merry go round" pour cette bonne pioche ! Vous trouverez plus de 60 scripts gratuits pour Photoshop© pour retoucher vos images sur le site naldzgraphics.net A consommer sans modération

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