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    1. 09-10-2003 02:08 PM #26

      A quick question.
      How do you make a picture compiled of many pictures. Preferably ones I would pic. Sorta like the BF tires ads where you zoom in and see individual tiled pictues compose a larger picture. Can you do that in photoshop?

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      09-10-2003 09:48 PM #27
      i saw software that does that at compusa a while ago...

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      09-12-2003 07:01 PM #28
      Ok, I cleaned up this thread as well. I tried to make sure that anything that was good and pertinant stayed, but much of this thread was nothing more than "cool thread" and "heres mine" and broken picture links.
      So hopefully the main points are here and there is much less crap to weed through.

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      09-21-2003 03:33 PM #29
      Can someone tell me, if theres a way to, when you do quick mask mode to change the color from red to something else?
      *Also thanks for cleaning up the thread [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      09-21-2003 05:15 PM #30
      double click the quick mask icon under the "foreground" "background" color things on the toolbox there are the options for changing the color of quick mask.

    6. 12-10-2003 12:29 PM #31
      I wonder if anyone could explain color space to me. I haven't had time to figure it out myself, but I notice that when I import RAW files from my 10D, play with them, and then save a jpeg copy, the colors are very different. Saturation is worse, and the image just looks more dull.
      Thanks. If I get around to figuring it out myself before there is a response, I will put up some info when I can.

    7. 12-15-2003 06:39 PM #32
      anyone use the path tool to make selections? i've found that it's pretty easy to match the curves of cars [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      02-07-2004 02:34 AM #33
      I would like to know what is done in these photos? and how it is done.
      They look awsome and this would be something id like to do to tones of my pictures




      Modified by Scuba at 7:44 AM 2-7-2004

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      02-11-2004 09:38 AM #34
      Quote, originally posted by Scuba »
      I would like to know what is done in these photos? and how it is done.

      Okay, I'll tell you how it was shot.
      - Camera: Minolta Dimage F200 (on a tripod)
      - Shutter speed: 4" (auto mode)
      - Aperture: F4.7
      - Sensitivity: ISO 200
      - Lens focal length: 24.5 mm
      - White balance: auto
      - Flash switched off (duh)
      I think this one's better, though:

      Previously known as Son of a B...5er!

    10. 02-18-2004 01:28 PM #35
      First of all I want to say thanks to everyone who has contributed to this thread...it rocks! [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      I was wondering if anybody could post a tutorial on how to make a picture into a cartoon, sort of like the car is in this picture:

      I am not really looking to make the wheels bigger and exaggerated or anything like this picture, just make a cartoon version of a picture. Hope that makes sense.
      Thanks!

    11. 02-18-2004 04:25 PM #36
      Quote, originally posted by vdublover »
      I was wondering if anybody could post a tutorial on how to make a picture into a cartoon...

      Nevermind, I found this tutorial: http://www.digimods.co.uk/tutorials/cartooning.htm

    12. 02-23-2004 04:03 PM #37
      anyone know how to add a glow or blur like a taillight being on ? i want to make a car look like its tails are on and then streak it to make it look like time lapse photography of it driving...

    13. 02-24-2004 03:52 PM #38
      IM me at:
      d3x502 on AIM, ill tell ya how..you can jsut use an adjustment layer, and then windblur the color...
      ill tell ya how in IM (its easier)
      d3x

    14. 03-09-2004 07:01 PM #39
      how do i super impose something between something in the forground and the background?

    15. 04-10-2004 09:49 PM #40
      This is an excellent thread. The first couple of guys really know how to use photoshop.

    16. 04-30-2004 07:21 PM #41
      I'v tried to turn a silver car black using your tutorial and its not happening. I'm currently useing PS CS and It wont go black.
      Do you have any tips?

    17. 05-20-2004 05:04 PM #42
      here's an easy way to change an image to black and white
      -on the layers menu click the "create new fill or adjustment layer" button, it's a circle thats split black and white
      -click on "Gradient Map" on the list
      -change the gradient to the black and white gradient

      easy and fast, can also be used with different colors and gradients for some cool effects

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      06-21-2004 04:37 AM #43
      Quote, originally posted by GTI0813 »
      here's an easy way to change an image to black and white
      -on the layers menu click the "create new fill or adjustment layer" button, it's a circle thats split black and white
      -click on "Gradient Map" on the list
      -change the gradient to the black and white gradient

      easy and fast, can also be used with different colors and gradients for some cool effects

      Or you could just do Image>Adjustments>Desaturate
      But hey whatever tickles your pickle. 1 step or 3


    19. 07-13-2004 02:04 AM #45
      for a nice, clean cartoon effect i use this method - (PS 7)
      Duplicate layer
      On the new layer, go to Image>Adjustments>Desaturate
      on the same layer, go to Image>Adjustments>Levels
      in this section, take the 3 pointers and bring them to the point under the largest peak on the graph (adjust this to ur likeing)
      next, go to Filter>Artistic>Cutout
      in this section, increasing no. of levels + decreasing edge simplicity + increase fidelity = smoother effect
      finally decrease the opacity of this layer to bring back the color.. if u want stronger colors try experimenting with the tools in the adjustments menu.. (hint: saturation) cant tell you everything and expect you to learn something [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      ::edit::
      Some things to incorprate into the effect:
      Image>Adjustments>Posterize -- smaller the number, the less range of color, the higher the number, the closer the image will be to where it currently is
      Filters>Artistic>Poster edges
      Filters>Stylize>Find Edges (almost the same effect as Poster Edges, but brings up more details)
      Modified by BB23 at 2:15 AM 7-13-2004


      Modified by BB23 at 4:38 PM 7-15-2004

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      07-27-2004 02:32 PM #46
      How would I do a boeser hood in Photoshop? I've tried methosds myself, but doesnt look good at all as when others do it.

    21. 07-27-2004 09:12 PM #47
      Here's something I've been messing around with. The picture is from someone on the Corrado Forum. The full size is 1600x1200, so i shrunk them down for this post.....
      Original:

      Photochopped:




      Modified by lswartz at 2:27 AM 7-28-2004

    22. 09-27-2004 05:29 PM #48
      i have an incredibly stupid question, but because i'm at work and not infront of the home computer with p-shop and every time i'm playing with it i always forget to look for it i'll ask here. is there a simple way to get a line tool, something basic like you'd find in m.s. paint?

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      09-27-2004 11:03 PM #49
      you can use any drawing tool and shift click (click once, hold shift, click again) and it will connect the dots, other wise you have to use the actual line tool, which may vary depending on which version of PS you have.

    24. 09-29-2004 04:15 PM #50
      thank you, thank you, i'm using 7.01 by the way. thanks again!

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