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Mixed Up Sentiments Brushes at DesignerDigitals
It's Friday! And it's been a busy week around here! Thank you all for your support during our quarterly sale! It is much appreciated! And this week, as we prepare for Thanksgiving gatherings, we have stocked our shelves again with almost 35 new items to spark your creativity! This includes one at just $ 99 cents and the rest marked down 20%, all until 6am EST on Tuesday morning.
Have you seen our Photoshop and Photoshop Video Tips and Tricks yet? There is a vast array of topics covered and great information as well.
And we have the updated product spreadsheet with all the items to help with your layout post linking which you can find in the gallery/forum.
And here is the NEW $ 99 cent item priced this way until 6am EST on Tuesday morning ONLY! Mixed Up Sentiments Brushes and Stamps No. 01
Don't forget about Thrifty Thursday where over 500 items from various designers are marked down 30% AND a $ 99 cent item from each designer! You can check out the items in the store and mark your calendar for an email reminder on the calendar. And you only need to sign up once for weekly reminders!
DesignerDigitals Hot Page of the Week
What's not to love about this page from Kayleigh? Priceless moments decorating the tree and perfectly layered with all sorts of details that continue to tell the story beyond the photos. Simply love this!
And here are just a few of the items that she used in her layout:
And three new Weekly Inspirations with freebies! You will need to sign into your Community account to get these. If you do not have an account yet you can create one in our Community.
Adobe Photoshop or Elements Tip of the Week:
Correcting Color Tints with a Photo Filter Adjustment in Photoshop and PSE
You can also watch this tip on video on our blog: Correcting Color Tints with a Photo Filter Adjustment in Photoshop and PSE [Video]
When the color balance is off in your photos, you'll sometimes have a photo that is too blue or too yellow. Scanned images of older photos can have a red or orange shift. Gym and photos can be yellow or orange and skin tones often look more natural with a little warming. Photoshop and Elements have an easy, non-destructive way to correct the color in your photos. Here's how:
Open the image in Photoshop or Elements.
Create a Photo Filter Adjustment Layer by clicking the "Create a New Fill or Adjustment Layer" icon in the Layers panel. This icon looks like a circle which is half black and half white and can be found at either the top or the bottom of the layers panel.
From the drop-down menu, choose Photo Filter. This activates the Photo Filter dialog box which contains a number of presets.
To use a preset, click the drop-down menu and select a preset like warming, cooling, or a color filter to fix the tint problem with your image. In the sample, the beauty looks a little green because of the reflection of the trees. To fix the image, I chose a red filter.
Move the density slider to increase or decrease the tint until your color problem is neutralized.
When you are satisfied with the color, you'll want to do two things before confirming the filter. First, click the layer visibility icon which looks like an eyeball at the bottom of the filter dialog to see the "before" image. Click it again to see the image with the filter applied. This is a good way to check your work. Second, clip the filter to your photo layer by clicking the clipping icon at the bottom of the dialog. This looks like a box with an arrow. You want to do this to apply the filter to your photo only - instead of applying it to every layer below the photo in your project.
Click the X or the double-arrow at the top right to hide the filter dialog.
To make changes to the filter later, double-click the camera icon in the adjustment layer to return to the filter dialog.
If you decide you don't like the tint at all, you can delete the adjustment layer by dragging it to the trash bin in the layers panel.
Using this method, your photo is never altered and you donít have to undo subsequent work to change the tint.
Have a great week and we'll see you at DesignerDigitals!
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