transparencia de sombra en photoshop colocada en illustrator

Community Beginner ,
Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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Hola.

Tengo una capa en Photoshop con sombra paralela en modo multiplicar. Sin capas debajo.

La guardo como PSD y la coloco en illustrator.

Pero el problema es que la sombra que me hace en vez de ir de negro a transparente, me la hace de negro a blanco y no se aplica el efecto de transparentar. Y al colocarlo sobre un elemento de color no se mezcla con el color de fondo.

Adjunto imagen con el illustrator de fondo y el photoshop en primer plano y los ajustes de la capa.

 

Gracias.

 

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Community Beginner , Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021
La solución pasa por aplicar un negro color registro. (100 100 100 100). Y con eso consigo el efecto deseado.Esta es la diferencia entre 0 0 0 100 y 100 de todo:(Gracias, fafnir) 

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Photoshop is a pixel editor but has some vector tools.  Layers styles do not have pixels they are generated when Photoshop renders the layers composite. It seems like AI PSD support is not the best when it comes to supporting layer styles in PSD files. Try creating the image in Photoshop withe Photoshop Vector tools and layers and exporting is as an SVG.  See if AI can do better with a SVG file Photoshop exports for a vector layer.

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What are the two files’ Color Spaces? 

Can you attach the ai and the psd? 

 

A CMYK-black-pixel (in ISO Coated v2 that would be 88-78-64-93) can naturally have a lightening effect on underlying content in some Channels in a CMYK file and especially at transparencies below 100% the effect might become noticable. 

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Community Beginner ,
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Actualizo. 
mismos espacios de trabajo de color. 
Ambos en cmyk. 
programas actualizados. 

Lo estoy comentando en otro foro y el compañero consigue el efecto natural. Pero yo, no. 

Y estoy usando archivos creados nuevos. 
Pero realmente me  el problema ya me surgió con un archivo más complejo...

Aquí podéis verlo https://www.macuarium.com/foro/index.php?/topic/376063-ayuda-con-transparencias-de-photoshop-en-illu...

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I did not ask about the Work Space, I asked about the images’ Color Space. 

What is it? 

 

Can you attach the ai and the psd? 

 

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Community Beginner ,
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Con el mismo perfil, mismos ajustes de color. Coated Fogra 39 en ambos. 

De hecho, consigo el efecto si guardo el pdf sin sombra y aplicándola en illustrator.

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 Lo de abajo es lo que quiero.

 

Y adjunto también los archivos para que los veáis.

No tengo muy claro el porqué, pero no me deja adjuntar el ai. Voy a exportar como versión CC, a ver si así... Pues tampoco. Y tampoco me lo acepta comprimido en zip, así que no veo como pasároslo. Pero es un archivo creado nuevo sin más.

 

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perdón, cuando digo pdf sin sombra me refiero a psd, claro.

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In the PSD there are no pixels for layer styles they are effects that Photoshop will render for layers when is composite the document.  Perhaps it would be better it you passed AI a image not Photoshop layers where Photoshop has rendered the effects like in a png file a drop shadow should be composed of a color pixel  the have various opacity where the shadow fades to full transparent for the layers shape and how spread and distance is set.  How well does AI handle Raster image.  I do not install AI  all I know that AI is Adobe vector editor where Photoshop is Adobe's pixel editor.

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To clarify: CMYK is not a Color Space, it is a Color Mode. 

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La solución pasa por aplicar un negro color registro. (100 100 100 100). Y con eso consigo el efecto deseado.

Esta es la diferencia entre 0 0 0 100 y 100 de todo:

(Gracias, fafnir)

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»La solución pasa por aplicar un negro color registro. (100 100 100 100).«

That is no really a solution – 400% TAC is not allowed in commercial CMYK Spaces. 

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Apr 30, 2021 Apr 30, 2021

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Bueno. Permitido o no, es la forma de que la sombra me salga bien.

Tampoco es necesario un 100% de todo. Con un 80% también sale bien. 
Y tampoco es una masa grande; es una sombra de un coche de unos 3 cm en 2 metros de alto.

Y he hecho pdf con esto y con sombra solo en el negro en Illustrator y visto en los colores separados de acrobat no es mucha la diferencia entre uno y otro...

 

Pero escucho más alternativas. 

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Can you post the pdf? 

 

You could split the osd into two psds (shadow and object), place them bith and set the one with the shadow to the Blend Mode »Multiply«. 

It may still vialoate the TAC (and the GCR) but pprobably less severly. 

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The upper one has a 100/100/100/100-shadow while the lower has a multiplying separate image for the shadow. 

And as expected the TAC-issues are worse for the top one. 

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