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    Giving modern day photos a 1990s style / feel?

    Dont worry, I'm still here. Just waiting too see if anyone suggests anything using Photoshop that I don't have to spend more money on buying plugins etc on.
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    Giving modern day photos a 1990s style / feel?

    Maybe I mean so it looks like an actual developed photo that you can handle that was developed (Not printed) back in the 90s, but as it would look today having been around for about 20 years.
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    Giving modern day photos a 1990s style / feel?

    Hi I'm really having trouble putting my finger on it. I just mean for the pics to look in a 90s style none digital media type, rather than them looking like theyve been taken with a digital camera (If that makes any sense at all?) I guess you could look at these for inspiration...
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    Giving modern day photos a 1990s style / feel?

    Hi The keyword is "Britpop" here, all the clothing is original 90s Britpop, and the bike was heavily featured in the video to 'Alright' by Supergrass. So its kind of a mix up of Blur, Oasis, Pulp, Supergrass, Kula Shaker. All the big UK 90s indie bands.
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    Giving modern day photos a 1990s style / feel?

    Hi Great idea, here you go.
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    Giving modern day photos a 1990s style / feel?

    Hi Ive got some images of some pals dressed up in 1990s clothing that I'd like to make a bit more authentic 1990s looking. Any thoughts on re-colouring, saturation etc etc? I'm not saying it needs to be as stylized as an Instagram type effect, but that kind of thing. Many thanks in advance.
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    Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution)?

    Re: Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution You totally right. Its shear lazyness on my behalf to NOT want to learn how to use ANOTHER program and solely use PS. But I've decided to devote a few days to getting to grips with the basics of AI now due to...
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    Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution)?

    Re: Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution Hi there Ive opened the traced EPS image in Photoshop, chosen a size, but it then rasterizes it though. Ive then converted it to a smart object, but when I zoom over 100% you can see the edges lose their...
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    Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution)?

    Re: Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution Hi there OK, Ive auto-traced it in Illustrator and it looks pretty decent. So what file type do I save it as so I can use it in Photoshop and enlarge it as much as I like without loosing quality please? Thanks
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    Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution)?

    Re: Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution Hi there Thanks for the responses. What do you mean by "Trace" exactly? That it automatically traces it by selecting this tool? Or I'd have to trace it all again myself? I really dont want to have to...
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    Vector graphics or fully rescalable images with Photoshop (not loosing resolution)?

    Hi there I wouldnt exactly call myself a "Newbie" with Photoshop as I've been using it for years but I've been sent some PSD files (part of one is attached here) that I'd like to re-scale up to a very very large size to be printed on a pop-up banner without loosing the resolution. I'm obviously...
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    How can I bring back all of my open images onto the screen again in Photoshop?

    Hi there I'm sorry but I dont know the technical term for this otherwise I'd be able to search for the solution. As you will see from my attached image all of my open images are now sitting outside of the screen. To get them to appear on the screen again I have to hold down the PS logo at the...
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    How can I crop outside an image once inserted onto another canvas in Photoshop?

    That is EXACTLY what I want to do. CLIPPING GROUP! Another new thing learned. dv8_fx you are awesome, thanks a million.
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    How can I crop outside an image once inserted onto another canvas in Photoshop?

    OK, lets work on that then. The image of Lady Gaga (God know why I chose that as an example) is a photo of her entire body, even though currently we can only see her face. After doing what you have done above, I still want to be able to move the image of Lady Gaga around to reposition it exactly...
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    How can I crop outside an image once inserted onto another canvas in Photoshop?

    Hi Thanks for that, Ive just had a quick try but it seems to be cutting the image that is behind the mask. As in if I move the image layer around (not the mask) it retains the shape of the mask and I cant see the rest of the image. Imagine your looking through a telescope, the mask is the...
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    How can I crop outside an image once inserted onto another canvas in Photoshop?

    Hi Its because I really dont know much about Masks at all. Even though Ive been using Photoshop for many years I've always used the destructive method instead. Can anyone suggest a decent tutorial to watch to get up to speed on Masks please?
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    How can I crop outside an image once inserted onto another canvas in Photoshop?

    So are we saying there is NO WAY of "Cropping" an image once you've moved it into a new canvas? You have to use masks etc?
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    How do I stop canvas's from snapping to the top of the screen when I move them around

    Re: How do I stop canvas's from snapping to the top of the screen when I move them ar Apologies but I've just found the solution myself to the two questions by finding out the answer to the second question Preferences>General>Interface un-tick "Enable Floating Document Window Docking
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