RoundNumberPixelsSelect ps logo002Round Number Pixels Select is a new Photoshop panel to help you resize the selection border horizontally and vertically to “round” numbers, i.e. multiples of a preferred number of pixels (e.g. multiples of powers of 2 such as 8, 16, 32) before cropping an image, to get more convenient dimensions (e.g. an integer number of JPEG blocks).

MagicTints is the latest addition to the panels by developer Anastasiy Safari, classified here in the Photoshop category but also integrated into Illustrator and InDesign, and soon available for other applications. This panel is pretty intuitive considering that I managed to use it at 1st time without needing to read the documentation: MagicTints stores the reference picture you choose, then uses it as color palette to recolor your images.

psOften is it asked on forums, for a solution to create picture frames using percentage as the unit of measurement for the framework.

The disadvantage of enlarging the work area (a more than common practice to create picture frames) is that percentage should be calculated according to the ratio of the image for an enlargement of the height and width.

This script, write from Habaki is the solution. No matter the size of the image, the appearance of your photos will always be the same, or not the same, depending on what you want!

Here is a photoshop panel that let you import dynamic objects with a link towards the original file.

That's a perfect tool to update an object you are using in several documents.

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