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Photoshop’s Eyedropper Tool Tip

SO I just learned a neat little thing that BLEW MY MIND - basically Photoshop is the gift that keeps on giving!

According to this twitter thread (and I’ve tried it and it worked for me), you can use the eyedropper tool to pick a colour outside of Photoshop like, say, a reference you have in your browser!

To do this, simply select the eyedropper tool when you’re working, then click (and hold) and drag it outside of your Photoshop window to wherever you like and it’ll pick the colours it finds!

This saves you the trouble of having to copy a reference image from your browser into Photoshop so you can simply grab a colour - this way you just have to drag the eyedropper!

(Be warned that some people experienced lag and/or crashes when they did this. I’m also not sure if it works for Mac users.)


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anonymous asked:

how are you able to make dark gifs so bright and still nice?

so this wasn’t gonna be a long response but it has been ages since i’ve done a tute (keep in mind that it’s after midnight so there is a 100% chance of typos). i’m gonna let you know a simple trick that i learnt yesterday to make lowlit gifs look semi-okay (keep in mind the fnaf 3 vid had pretty decent lighting which kinda helped)

this is what the original video looks like:

and this is what i ended up with:

i’m gonna guess that you have a basic understanding on how to make gifs but if not you can check out this tutorial that i made which covers everything! 

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