Questions related to Adobe Photoshop
My greatest frustration growing up was not finding very good shots of different species in field guides, and then later learning I could possibly not be able to use fabulous images because of legalities.
What is your own experience with finding/using images, and what does the scientific community need graphic-wise currently in your field or in general?
I want to quantify fluorescence images from IHC experiments using Adobe Photoshop, but unsure of how to do so. If anyone has a detailed protocol or could direct me to one, I would be grateful for that.
HI, I am trying to gather some data on the usage of Adobe Photoshop for my dissertation.
The questions I would like to ask are: -
Do you use it?
How often would you use it, could you give an estimate in % ?
What field of photography are you in?
What are the positives & negatives of Adobe Photoshop?
Have you used any other photo manipulation software?
How do you choose to learn Adobe Photoshop? With Books, YouTube, Courses or Trial & Error?
I really appreciate any help and thank you in advance.
I have extracted Temperature distribution contours, but they don't have enough quality. How to increase the quality of a picture in photoshop? What about DPI?
When I change the filters of our fluorescent microscope, the sample moves slightly, no matter how carefully I do it.
As a result, images of different channels are not directly mergable. (See the attached picture, where the red and green channels, that are supposed to overlap, differ in at least 10 pixels horizontally)
I am looking for a program or plugin within a program (ImageJ ?) where I could fix this issue and align/move my images prior to merging. I would appreciate your ideas.
Hello, I am analyzing brain sections and am using adobe photoshop. I am able to create a grid map and manually number each individual tile. I was wondering if there was a more efficient way of going about this as it is very tedious. Also, each brain section may have slightly different number amounts of tiles depending on where the section is. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you
My question is based on the fact that PowerPoint, Photoshop and Illustrator have been routinely used to generate scientific figures as final PDF files, either single Images or for the final Assembled Figure for a paper, so I'd like to hear about experiences, and point of view regarding which one is best for good quality scientific figures publication, as well as advice, and why.
"Images" refers to either photos (e.g. IHC, IF, confocal imaging etc), graphs (e.g. qRT-PCR data, microarray hierarchical clustering etc) and tables.
"Assembled Figure" is the final figure X that you create before uploading on the journal page (it could be a collage of images (i.e. photos, graphs and tables).
Also, tutorials or suggested literature are welcomed.
I have Adobe photo shop 7.0. I am trying to join 6 images together as layers and trying to make a multiple image panel. The problem is with the background which is in a grey color. I try to change the background to complete white but its not happening.