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Apr 03, 2022 Apr 03, 2022

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Hey, I found a great idea for designs but with my poor Photoshop skills I couldn't find a way to cover my designs with this effect/ filter (photo following). Is there a quick way to make pictures to look that way using Photoshop? Thanks for the help in advance 🙂NEW EPISODE_ THE DARING ROMANTICS PODCAST BY LINDSEY ERYN.png

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Apr 03, 2022 Apr 03, 2022

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It is hard to tell from the preview size, however, this appears to be a halftone effect.

 

Presuming that the colour of the image is where you need it, you can use Filter > Pixelate > Colour Halftone (done in CMYK mode for a traditional effect, then convert back to RGB mode).

 

This can also be achieved using other methods.

 

This would be for monitor/screen use, not for actual printed output.

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I don't think it's been converted to a halftone, but rather has a halftone pattern overlay. If you look at the channels in isolation, you can see the size of the dots doesn't vary, and you can see the background "behind" it. This is scaled up 200% using nearest neighbor:

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You could do this by adding a new layer and filling it with gray, and running the Color Halftone filter on it. Changing its blending mode produces a wide range of different effects.

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Yes, use patterns ro get the texture and you can go to edit and  play with curve and hues till you get desired color.

Lee- Graphic Designer, Print Specialist, Photographer

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