Crystallize Pixels in Photoshop CS6
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you how you can crystallize an image in Photoshop CS6 in Windows 7. First, you should have Photoshop CS6 open. Create a new document or open an existing one. I've shown you how to do that in other tutorials. You can see I have a document open, indicated by the tab on the left. That document has one layer.
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How do I take colors from the crystallized version of my image?
I wanted to crystallize an image in illustrator to create a simple color pallet. But when I try to take the colors with an eyedropper tool it isn't taking the colors from the crystallized image its taking the colors from the original image. It appears crystallized on my screen but the eyedropper tool doesn't recognize this. Need to collect colors with eyedropper not just view the crystalized colors as an image. I have tried: Adding more layers on top. and ungrouping and using a clipping mask. I think it was caused by: It keeps the background image and doesn't keep the crystalized image as the top image
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