I hope I can explain this well enough for someone to help.
When I open a new document in Photoshop CS2, it comes up as normal. However, if I expand the window by dragging it out so I can view the edges of the work area there is a black background behind the working area of the document. In other words, if I open a new document using a black background, I can't see the document because it is black on black.
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ok my first question would be do you have java script enabled , go to tools internet options , options2) check you preferances for vewinf pics or attachments.
my guess is that the java script is not enabled
additionally Solution: Install the Photoshop CS2 9.0.1 update.
Download and install the update from the Adobe website at www.adobe.com/downloads . Background information
Photoshop CS2 cannot open TIFF, PSB and PDF files larger than 2 GB if they were saved in Photoshop without compression or if they contain a pattern layer style or a pattern content layer. The 9.0.1 update allows you to reopen these files in Photoshop CS2.
If you are a Professional user and can afford it I would use the Primatte Chromokey from Digital Anarchy it excels at removing just about any background even from flyway strands of hair.
Try the demo version first then decide v3.0 now costs $299 (£198)
If you can't afford it and you have only a two-tone background use either Photoshop's own extract filter on CS2 version that does a good job about 70% removal, you will need to use paths and selections to remove the rest.
OR this method below really does work.
1. Open your image 2. Double Click your background layer. 3. Press Ctrl+Shift+N to make new layer. 4. Fill the new layer with any color you like. 5. Move your 'layer 0' up, so now 'layer 0' is on the top layer 6. Make selection with pen. 7. Press Ctrl+Enter to make selection. 8. Click ad mask layer icon. 9. Ctrl+J to duplicate the layer 10. Click the mask icon. 11. Ctrl+i to invert the mask selection. 12. Click your mask icon on the layer palette. 13. Brush with black. 14. Click your 'layer 0' mask icon. 15. Brush with white to reveal the image. 16. Use shift to Select the two layer. 17. Ctrl+G to group it
Other Masking Plugins for Photoshop
You can also create a fairly decent removal using Extensis Mask Pro it has a great interface and makes short work of any complex masking situation its easier to use than the Primatte Chromokey and is just as good if not better than Procreate Knockout
Sounds like you want to make a hair mask. If your subject is on a simple back ground, go into your color channels and duplicate the one that is the darkest for the hair. Apply levels to darken even more and then fill in other non hair areas of the head and body with black. Get in close and remove any artifacting around the edges of the hair so it is clearly black and white, no grey or at least try not to have any grey.
Inverse the tones so the hair becomes white and the background black. Make a selection and use it to lift your subject off the background. If you have any fuzzy areas, you can lock the layer and clone hair into them and/or remove them with the eraser or use layer mask.
The crop tool will not let you crop in shapes like elements cookie cutter tool will. However, there is a work around to do what you want to do which indecently is the same as you would have to do in Photoshop CS4. 1.Create a new document file or press Ctrl + N. 2.Open an image you want to crop. 3.Press Ctrl + A then Ctrl + C to copy the image. 4.Select the new document file you created and press Ctrl + V to paste the new image in a new layer. 5.Select the Rectangle tool or press U for the hotkey. 6.Move the mouse over to the Rectangle Tool and hold down the left mouse button and select Custom Shape Tool. 7.At the top of the menu you will see a Shape: icon with a pull down option. Left Click on the arrow to expand the window to select the shape you want. If you want more shapes to choose from when the shape window is displayed click on the arrowhead with a circle around it and select a new library or all. 8.Use the mouse to draw the shape to the size and location you desire. 9.The shape will be in a new layer with a mask which will cover the image. Hold down the Ctrl key and left click on the Shape 1 layer in the layer window. This will mask the shape and only the shape. 10.Press Ctrl +Shift + I to invert the mask selection. 11.Use the Select pull down menu to Feather, Modify, Contract, Expand and Border if you want apply those effects around the edge of the mask. 12.In the Layer window click on the eye next to the Shape 1 layer to hide the image. 13.Select the image layer you want to crop and press delete which will delete everything outside the custom shape you created. 14.Do not forget you can right click on the image layer and select Blending Option to add drop shadows and other special effects for the cropped shape.
Take it into photoshop cs3.Type the text over the scanned text that u want to erase.resize the typed text to match the scanned one.
2)make a layer copy of the background layer.Turn off the original background layer.then, create a layer mask for the copied layer.and paint black over the area u want to erase, with the layer mask active.
If u don't no photoshop OR in case, u couldn't figureout what i said,then mail me ur scanned image and the text file to firstname.lastname@example.org. i ll fix it and mail u back the edited copy.THANK YOU!!!
Perhaps you've got the text color set to the same color as your background (both white). With the text tool selected, left-click on your document once, then left-click on the 'set the text color' box in your toolbar. Choose a color that is dark enough to show up in your screen. Make sure your text size is large enough to show at your current screen resolution.