Question by email@example.com: How to turn an image from cartoon back to normal using photoshop cs4 for mac?
I took a picture using photobooth (mac) in cartoon effect. How can I turn back to normal using photoshop.
Answer by Tavannia7 you can’t. You’d have to retake the photo.
Question by Carly C: How to get back gray outside document boundaries in Photoshop CS4?
Usually, in Photoshop, there is a default gray color outside the boundaries of a document. You see this when you open a document window to full screen. How ever recently, the color has been white and it has screwed me up as to where the boundary of the document is. Anyone know how to make the white go back to it’s original gray?
Answer by 2Create Hi, you can do the following,
Go to Edit –> Preferences –> Interface –> change the color back to Gray for the Full Screen option.
Question by Mendi8a: I keep losing my photoshop brushes… can i get them back?
I recently learned how to make photoshop brushes by going to edit and define brush preset. Some of the lost brushes i made myself of my own art and others i downloaded from free brush sites. can i get them back? is it possible that i saved them somehow? if so where could i look?
i know how to open the brush window, i mean i make or acquire brushes and then they disappear and arent in the brush list anymore!!
Answer by MJordan1 http://www.photoshopbrushes.com/tutorials/loading-cs.htm
Adobe keeps Brushes in two separated files. To locate them (assume you use Windows platform):
1- Program Files >> Adobe >> Adobe Photoshop >> Presets >> Brushes.
And this one holds all Adobe Standard Brushes.
2- The other file which holds user-defined brushes, is the one which pop-up when try to load adobe brush (see the link above)
Question by Oily skyes: Play back in Premiere pro CS4 is really slow and hard to edit , how come?
I try to edit in Premiere Pro CS4 but i can’t because the play back is really slow. I have a Macbook Pro core duo with 8 GBs of ram. I watch videos on youtube of people working with this program and they don’t have no delay at all. I have lowered the quality of my footage but that don’t help at all. Some one said its because i use the original file of the camera? what the proper way of doing it?
Answer by John Thom Premiere uses the Hard Drive as virtual memory to do it’s work what it’s looking for is a contiguous space if you could use an external HD connected to your laptop as the “Scratch Disk” this might be your problem.
Without knowing your full computer specs, the input settings and your out source I can’t give you a definitive answer. Yet using Premiere as much as I have that was our biggest one.
Also most of the Editors I know like using FCP on laptops as it can get away with the Scratch Disk problem.
Question by peter: cs5 photoshop,my brush edges disapear sometimes and im left with cross hairs only,how to i get it back?
is there a way of showing the brush edge withour restarting the programme.
Answer by OPW Web Design Make sure your Caps Lock is off
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Question by Ritchie: How do a brush a deleted area back on photoshop?
Lets say I was removing a background and I deleted part of my pic accidentally. I know I can do UNDO but how to I brush/paint the deleted area back on.
Answer by jungleempress use the undo key if you have not already save it or use the go back to last saved version
Question by Ari Berry: How do I change my brush in Photoshop so that it goes from thin to thick and back to thin?
I’ve tried changing it using different brush styles but I can’t figure out how everyone else seems to do it. Any help?
Answer by Happy-go-lucky Rita Are you using any tablet pen with thousand levels of touch sensitivity, which allows you to vary thickness of lines. I use Wacom intuos4 SMALL for my laptop.
I can’t help you with PhotoShop, as I am not a big fan of that software. I use Corel’s Painter that allows me to customize brushes in any way I like. Sometimes I use PhotoShop for some things.
A lot of digital artists work back and forth between PhotoShop and Painter. My artist sister does it too in a publishing company. Painter has a greater range of brushes than PhotoShop. Besides, you can customize your brushes there.
Painter 11 is very compatible with PhotoShop (both softwares are sisters invented by Mark Zimmer). You can open your PhotoShop files in Painter and work therein. After saving files, you can re-open them in PhotoShop, with all their layers and masks intact.
Painter can recognise PhotoShop files’ layers, masks, etc. In Painter, you can actually open new file and save it as any of PhotoShop formats.
You’ll love Painter as it is the most artist-friendly software you can ever find – and you’ll love their range of brushes as well.
By the way, the interface in Painter is somewhat similiar to that of PhotoShop. Some tools are similar as well. If you know your PhotoShop, then you can easily familiarize yourself with Painter.
I leave you with the links below:
Painter 11 official website
You can download the free trial of Painter 11 for 30 days.
http://www.paintermagazine.co.uk/ Painter Magazines
Painter Tips & Tricks
Speed painting videos: Digital Painting with Corel Painter 11
Painter tutorials by Corel.
Painter 11 tutorials on YouTube.
You can go to Youtube for PhotoShop tutorials.
@Edit. You might want to see ImagineFX magazine online. It has PhotoShop and Painter tutorials and showcases of digital artworks.
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I was using my photoshop the other day and realized that my history brush was replaced with art history brush (not the same ). I tried re installing but no luck! don’t know what to do. Please help! thanks