Since you followed normal protocol and wrote down the original settings, you should be able to put the setting back just as they were.
3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 27/10/2008
Well, what do you mean? You could be zoomed in too far, but I suspect you're not an idiot. What version of Photoshop do you use? I am familiar with 6, and CS2 though they are very much the same. I've helped people on 7, though...
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 13/06/2008
you might be able to upload it to photobucket... its free theres a photo editor on there and you can sharpen pictures the only thing is its not very great quality but worth a try
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 17/03/2010
Buy a new screen?
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 08/11/2010
I think because of the type of photo it is or because it is uploading. But its sometimes annoying to
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 12/10/2007
K... try this for me just so we're on the same exact page: Switch to "soft mechanical" brush at 21px. Also, make sure your blend mode is set to "normal" and check your opacity and flow... set them both to 100%, and see if that helps...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 25/12/2010
What type of camera do you have? What Windows (XP, Vista, etc.) are you running? What version of Windows Movie Maker (2.0, 2.6, etc.)? I'll answer as soon as you reply.
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 06/06/2011
Usually this occurs when taking a smaller file, or low quality file to a larger size. My tip to do this better is to use Onone's plugin for photoshop Fractals. It's fabulous.
2 Answers · Computers & Internet · 24/02/2008
Are you scanning an actual photograph or are you scanning a picture out of some sort of printed media? I.e. Magazine, catalog, newspaper, etc. If you are scanning off of something that isn't an actual photograph, then you may be...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 28/05/2008