How do I layer photos with Adobe Photoshop CS4?

Question by Megan O: How do I layer photos with Adobe Photoshop CS4?
Hi! I have never tried to use photoshop before. I downloaded a free trial because I’m trying to combine several photos for a craft project. I was surprised by how complicated the software is (for someone who doesn’t know what they’re doing!). Can someone please explain to me as simply as possible how I take photos from my computer and combine them into one? Thanks!

Answer:

Answer by Photographe
Hi! Here is a link to some tutorial, hope it help you.

http://www.photoshopsupport.com/photoshop-cs4/tutorials/photoshop-cs4-tutorials.html

i use photoshop cs4 to edit photos, but after editing them they still appear dark in win photo viewer, why?

Question by Elektrotechniker: i use photoshop cs4 to edit photos, but after editing them they still appear dark in win photo viewer, why?
I edited the tone and exposure of my photographs using adobe photoshop cs4, they look perfect when opened in photoshop, but when i open them in windows photo viewer they appear a little dark then they do in photoshop.

Answer:

Answer by Damien L
maybe you opened the original file, and changed the name of the one you were working on.

How to create high dynamic range HDR photos using adobe photoshop cs4?

Question by sarah m.: How to create high dynamic range HDR photos using adobe photoshop cs4?
how can i create a high dynamic range HDR image using adobe photoshop cs4? what are some of the effects/filters people use?

Best answer:

Answer by screwdriver
Basically you don’t, use Photomatix Pro instead.

Photoshop even the new HDR in CS5 is disapointingly pretty useless.

The latest version of Photomatix (Version 6) does a pre process first then shows you the result, if there are any ‘ghosts’ then draw a ring around them and select them and Photomaix elininates the ‘ghosts’ – magically. You can use any of 4 different ways of combining your bracketed shots and finally unlike PS updates for life are free.

http://www.hdrsoft.com/

Chris

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Q&A: How to create high dynamic range HDR photos using adobe photoshop cs4?

Question by sarah m.: How to create high dynamic range HDR photos using adobe photoshop cs4?
how can i create a high dynamic range HDR image using adobe photoshop cs4? what are some of the effects/filters people use?

Best answer:

Answer by Jiang Gab
just try the new HDR software ,HDR Darkroom

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How to enlarge photos using Photoshop CS4?

Question by Concerned Parent: How to enlarge photos using Photoshop CS4?
I had recently gotten proofs of my children and I would like to enlarge and sharpen the image, I had figured out how to enlarge, however now the pictures are “fuzzy.” How can I fix this problem. I have many programs for editing pictures such as Photoscape, Photoshop CS4, and Photo Pos Pro. Which program is better to use and how do I do what I need? Thank you in advance for the replies.

Best answer:

Answer by geek546
Open the original in Photoshop, then go to Image menu > Image size. On the right of Width click into pixels box and choose percent. Change 100 to 110 and confirm (OK).
Repeat the same action for no more than ten times, then go to Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp mask (Amount 150 – Radius 2 – Threshold 40).

good luck 🙂

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When using Photoshop CS4, how do you have your pictures and photos be the same resolution?

Question by Heather: When using Photoshop CS4, how do you have your pictures and photos be the same resolution?
I am learning how to use my photoshop CS4 for digital scrapbooking but whenever I add my photos to my layers they are significantly smaller than my digital scrapbook paper. Can I change the resolution on the paper or the photos so they match???

Best answer:

Answer by bleukreuz
That’s because the resolution of your scrapbook is bigger than the photo. Bigger resolution is better but if you absolutely just want to change it:
Go to Image>Image Size>change Resolution: 72 pixels/inch

72 px/inch is your monitor resolution so it should match now.

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