February '23

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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M F E B R U A R Y 2 0 2 3 • G R A P H I C S P R O 8 3 the layers in correct placement as a Smart Object. We then used canned tiff distress patterns from our archives library and positioned them over many of the images. We brought the transparency back to 100% on the layers pallet. In the Color Range with the dialog box selected, we chose the darkest object and adjusted for fuzziness. After deselecting and changing the background layer to a color we were able to see our textures. There was an additional Southwest theme throughout the ladies' designs. Many of those images had a desert scenic ambience with plenty of cacti and desert valleys within. On the other hand, there always seems to be a sarape-filled image. ey have a few more colors. Once colored, each layer was selected and copied to a Channel for separation purposes. This processes the info into black or white and grayscale. is will be either positive or negative information. e in-between is loosely how the half- tones get built in output. Separations were fairly simple.

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