How come the colors of my pictures fade when I upload them onto the web..[Adobe Photoshop CS4]?

Question by Olivia: How come the colors of my pictures fade when I upload them onto the web..[Adobe Photoshop CS4]?
I have a macbook and use CS4 to edit my pictures but when I upload them to sites such as flickr, the color fades. What can I do to prevent this?

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Answer by Perki88
Have you calibrated your monitor?

In Photoshop, why does the mixer brush bleed over into other layers and other colors outside the marque?

Question by sonicloud1982: In Photoshop, why does the mixer brush bleed over into other layers and other colors outside the marque?

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Answer by Ayriel
That’s probably because you have the ‘sample all layers’ box checked at the top of the Photoshop window. Uncheck it and the bleeding problem should stop. 🙂

multiple colors in photoshop brush presets?

Question by Tracy D: multiple colors in photoshop brush presets?
How do I make my brush presets colorful? I know how to choose single colors, from the color picker, but I see a lot of brush available online that are multi-colored, or gradient. How is this done? Thank you, Tracy
ok I’m downloading tons of them, it’s quite addicting, but they all download in black and white. When I go use my downloaded brush presets, I can of course choose a color for them but my question is, how can I use a brush preset in multiple colors? For example, say I use a simple daisy shaped brush. It’s in black and white; just an outline. Now I want to color the inside pink and the petals yellow and the stem green. How do I do that?

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Answer by ?
Download them… then they should be there… but have you tried opening your brush library? if not then go to brushes in the menu and go to open brush library… try that… im in graphic design school… 🙂 have fun

Q&A: How to color photoshop brush multiple colors?

Question by Kristy Nicole: How to color photoshop brush multiple colors?
http://qbrushes.net/downloads/images/full-preview/Ribbons_brushes_by_Rozairo.jpg

I’ve downloaded these brushes but can’t for the love of God figure out how to make them multicolored as shown in the preview image. I’ve toggled the switches under brushes > color dynamics with no luck. I’ve also tried applying a gradient over the brush but naturally it just goes across the brush horizontally or vertical, whatever you choose, instead of going along the seams like the image shows. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Answer by P&G
This isn’t done with a multicolor brush. It’s done with a series of layers and modes.
•Create a black background layer
•Make a new transparent layer above that
•Make another new layer and set the mode to Color Dodge
•Fill the Color Dodge layer with a colorful gradient
•Move back to the middle layer and paint with a white brush
•Wherever you paint, the gradient will be visible
The look in your sample is achieved by using stroked vectors and/or filled selections. Then manipulating the whole group with the Warp Transformation. Experiment with it and develop a look that’s unique to you.

How can I change colors in dream weaver CS4?

Question by Robin: How can I change colors in dream weaver CS4?
one of the questions in my IT exercise asks me to change the colour #00CCFF (in dream weaver CS4) so that there’s no red component and the blue and green components are set to 50%. can anyone help me please? how do you know if a colour component is set to 50%?

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Answer by Roie
The color you mentioned has no red component (click the color pallet symbol to open color and see RGB values). As for the 50% part, that, to my understanding of your question, has to be done using a filter. Assuming you use CSS – open the CSS window with the style containing the color value (#00CCFF in your case) and click on Extensions on the left side of the CSS window, then click Filter under Visual effect and choose the first filter (Alpha, Opacity) and set values of 0.5 to opacity and 50 to alpha:
.tmp {
color: #00CCFF;
filter: Alpha(Opacity=50); opacity:0.5;
}

and that it 🙂

Q&A: multiple colors in photoshop brush presets?

Question by Tracy D: multiple colors in photoshop brush presets?
How do I make my brush presets colorful? I know how to choose single colors, from the color picker, but I see a lot of brush available online that are multi-colored, or gradient. How is this done? Thank you, Tracy

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Answer by Gina B
you should show an example of what you are talking about. It might not be what you think it is.

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how do i change the brush colors in photoshop?

Question by keep it simple: how do i change the brush colors in photoshop?
I am trying to use brushes in photoshop but it wont let me add color. Whenever I use a brush it only comes up white and when i try to apply a color it just doesn’t work. Does anyone know what I am doing wrong, or what the problem is? By the way I am using RGB color.

Best answer:

Answer by iDesign71
Underneath the various tools in the tool palette are two overlapping squares, one for foreground colour, one for background and also a much smaller set of black and white squares which reset foreground to black and background to white.
Your foreground colour may be set to white currently so that whatever brush you use will use the white colour. Double click on the foreground colour icon and it will open up a colour picker. Select your colour there and your brushes should reflect this colour change.

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Coloring a photoshop brush different colors?

Question by davee b: Coloring a photoshop brush different colors?
I am using an ‘underwater’ photoshop brush(es) and I need more than one color on my brush. like, I don’t want the starfish, seashell, seaweed and fish all the same color. and that’s what happens when you just stamp the photoshop brush down. I’ve looked all over google. does anyone know how to color in photoshop brushes with dif. colors?!! ahh this is driving me insane.

Best answer:

Answer by Asdf
Open a new document, and make two new layers. Don’t do anything on the bottom white layer.
On the middle one, put your stamps in a light color. Try #e954ff.
On the top layer, just splash whatever colors you wanted the stamps to be. (If you need to, adjust the layer opacity so you can see where you’re drawing. Put it back to 100% when you’re done.)
Set the layer to “color” or “hue” and merge the two.

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i have photoshop cs, and it wont let me change colors for my brush?

im painting a sketch on photoshop cs, and it only lets me use white-grey-black colors,
when i click the foreground or background color (the two squares) and i select red, itll be a dark grey.
but if i open a new picture, it lets me pic different colors.

help?