Photoshop Tip 1: Dragging image layer on the same position on new image

August.25.2009 · Posted By - Von

There’s a lot of tips out there in Photoshop but here’s one and hope many more to come.

Ok, I got here a template of watermark with the image size of 800 x 600 pixel and one of our product render with a  image size of 800 x 600 pixels.



1. Left Click the ‘move tool’ or ‘V’ in keyboard. move tool

2. Hold the Left Click+Shift (on keyboard) the image layer ‘3ds Max’ named then drag it to the ‘DiningRoomScene1.jpg’


Now you have placed the watermark in the same position.


You can use this tip in several ways that can make your time quicker in dragging on the same position in the same size of image.

Using Maya’s Luminance Depth Preset

August.08.2009 · Posted By - Rex

Maya’s luminance depth preset can do a lot of things for the finished look of your animation, with a minimal expense of render time.  You can use it to generate post controlled fog or darkness, depth based compositing of elements, or for a good, post controlled focal blur.

Maya’s Z Depth channel rendering has a few problems.  It’s not easily read or used by your favorite compositing program, it is not anti-aliased so you may get jaggy side effects by using …