Recent content by sc00t

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    Quick saving images in sequence in CS6?

    Sorry ged, we must have cross-posted.
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    Quick saving images in sequence in CS6?

    Wouldn't that be just great.
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    Quick saving images in sequence in CS6?

    I found this: File > Automate > Batch http://forum.teamphotoshop.com/26/11970/using-actions-saving-files-with-consecutive-filenames Have a read up on that :)
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    Photo Retouching/Restoration Practice 4

    This post is absolutely invaluable. Thanks so much.
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    How do you send images to people?

    I presume this isn't a local client?
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    Our Only Engagement Photo

    Nothing to add here other than congratulations! He's done very well for himself :)
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    How did they achieve this cut?

    Glad you got it sorted mate. Happy to have helped.
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    How do you send images to people?

    Print them and post them to him haha. :bustagut: I love client work! Why don't you just do a remote desktop and download them for him that way?
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    Facebook Images.

    So basically 1:1.5 (width x height) ratio you're saying? Ill have a go in go in the morning
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    Facebook Images.

    Hi Tom, I uploaded an image using the article you linked at the potrait size it states (476x716px) and same result. :( Scott
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    How do you send images to people?

    Wetransfer is my option of choice, mainly because you click the link I email you and it opens a website that just says "download" - even my grandmother-in-law can manage it.
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    Facebook Images.

    I hate Facebook. I've got a poster I've designed for a client that they want to post to their timeline, but when I test it (I've tried several canvas sizes) it's compressing the image and making it blurred. Can anyone tell me the perfect artboard size to use in Photoshop/DPI/Save settings, etc...
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    How did they achieve this cut?

    You have added a layer of green I see. Look at your layers pallette, see how there is an "eye" to the left of two layers, no eye next to the green? Click where the eye should be, it will make the green visible. Keep the CTRL key held down on your keyboard and click on the small black & white...
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    Can someone remove these children from this picture?

    You're going places, kid.
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    Red lines. Lots of red lines

    :bustagut: haha. I love it.
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