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  1. Hello dear people, I'd like to retouch a bunch of photos (resize/crop/contrast), all in the same way, and then export them efficiently (like not one by one). Is there a trick? With file->New Stack, I managed to do the retouching-part, which gave me a "Live Stack Group" in the layers panel. (Is this a "normal" layer with childs?). Now I am searching a way to export all single images from this Stack Group. efficiently. like not one by one. Is this even possible? Or maybe you would know a different way to go about it? TL;DR : Who knows a way to export several layers as independent pictures with "one move"? Thank you!!!! EDIT : I think I FOUND SOMETHING that works, via export persona and using the layers as slices... looks promising. sorry for the fuzz
  2. Hehe, looking good Cp3, well done! :)
  3. Hehe Cp3, I think if you want a real looking effect you have to use AfD and AfP after to retouch (for the shadow-effect of the paper and how it effects the engravings)... LEFT In AfD I have used a very thin line, gaussian-blur effect to make it visually disappear, outer-shadow-effect as lightening (because you can change the direction) and outer-glow for the darker part to give "substance". it's too blurry in my example, but that is adjustable within the different effects. RIGHT Same thin line but with Bevel/Emboss effect + outer-shadow-effect as lightening. I attached my AfD-file for you, if you'd like to go down that road. However, it seems that it requires some heavy retouching in AfP afterwards, to partially remove the effect/play with transparancy... Hope that helps you at least a little bit. engraving.afdesign
  4. thanks for this clever work-around while we wait for proper implementation of bleed preview.
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    Mandala maker

    magic! I can't stop plying around with it Thanks Tamauro!!! I try to understand how you do that... I can see that one layer mirrors the line and another layer multiplies and rotates it. how do you "record" this actions? would you care explaining the principle behind it???? that would be very very nice.
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    Rust Styles

    never mind, it's working now. sorry
  7. hannah

    Rust Styles

    Hello everyone, I downloaded the file and unzipped it. It's a .afstyles file, but I can't open it, nor can i import it from the styles manu (designer and photo). anyone knows what I do wrong? Anyway, Thanks v_kyr for sharing!!!
  8. @Sempervivum : I agree, apparently it needs some manual-adjustments or some kind of 2nd action to get a fine result. but the way I see it, the image you've retouched with photoshop is not neutral either but has a very slight green touch. @firstdefence : Pipette? Doesn't do it for me (it suggests that after I've sampled a color I can drop it on another object), whereas "Picker" does what it suggests to me. (my native language is german though).
  9. Did you see, right next to the sliders there is an input field. You can type in "0" and then hit the enter-key. Does that help you?
  10. smart. laborsome but i'd have never thought about it. Thanks!
  11. There is no way, no trick, no nothing?!?!? I refuse to believe that.
  12. Hello dear people, Would you know how to flip an object/shape through a self-defined point in AfD? "Flip Horizontal" would always flip through center, even after dragging the "center-point" to some place else. (Crosshairs-thingy in the screenshot). Moving this point makes my shape rotate around it, but has in my case no effect on other transformations than rotating). Thanks
  13. you guys are incredible! and yessss, @αℓƒяє∂ and @Oval, Layer blend ranges!!!! Whaaam, x-height-font-sizing and this magic was exactly what I was looking for in the first place!
  14. hahaha, yeah! reminds me of my programming-teacher : " code it or die! "
  15. AHHHHHH, nice!!!! didn't know that i can set the x-height of the font like that (you have to use the character-panel, not the transform panel). great! Seems I have reached todays THANKS-award-limit, but I'll do tomorrow. great!