e-chinese stamp into photos


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kpyip

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Can anyone advise how to add in the e-chinese stamp (.jpg) into photo using Photoshop CS.
I would like to make this as signature.:)
Thanks.
 

ziploc

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Ok... after some pondering, think I get what you mean. You're referring to chinese stamp in electronic format.

Here is how you do it:
1. Edit your "e-chinese stamp" to make the background transparent & save it.
2. Open any pic.
3. Start recording action.
4. Click "File->Place..." and open the edited "e-chinese stamp" file.
5. Adjust the placement.
6. Stop recording action.
7. Use the action on any pics you want to add the signature.

That's all, have fun. :)
 

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spheredome

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Errr.. what is e-Chinese Stamp? Is it some sort of seal marking? Please explain. Thanks
 

kpyip

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e-chinese stamp = traditional chinese seal in electronic format (.jpg file).
I want to use it as photo's signature.
 

limwhow

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Yupe. Ziploc has described it in detail.
Just nice too, because it is also something good for me to practise on.
Thank you for raising this thread, kpyip.
 

Rashkae

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Basically it's just a watermark.
 

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If it's just a watermark, you can...

1. Design it using Illustrator (vector format) using "no background"
2. Convert it to JPEG in photoshop.
3. Bring the layer over to you photo.

Hope this helps you. :D
 

redname

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was thinking of doing this but how do i get chinese character out 1st?
 

spheredome

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If you are on XP, Vista, Windows 7. Goto to Control Panel> Region and Languages> Keyboard. Additional language, Chinese Pin Yin. In advance setting> Language bar, tick show language bar in task bar.

Next open notepad and click the EN icon in the right bottom language task bar till it show chinese. Click again to change the english.

was thinking of doing this but how do i get chinese character out 1st?
 

redname

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If you are on XP, Vista, Windows 7. Goto to Control Panel> Region and Languages> Keyboard. Additional language, Chinese Pin Yin. In advance setting> Language bar, tick show language bar in task bar.

Next open notepad and click the EN icon in the right bottom language task bar till it show chinese. Click again to change the english.
ok thanks. possible to do at hpotoshop? cause i jus want the word, dnt want any backgrd
 

ziploc

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Here is an example created using the link kpyip provided. :)



Btw, if you create a seal with transparent background, remember to save it to a format that will preserve the alpha channel, e.g. png or tiff or psd (not jpg as it will not do so).

Cheers. :)
 

redname

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If you are on XP, Vista, Windows 7. Goto to Control Panel> Region and Languages> Keyboard. Additional language, Chinese Pin Yin. In advance setting> Language bar, tick show language bar in task bar.

Next open notepad and click the EN icon in the right bottom language task bar till it show chinese. Click again to change the english.
hhhmmm, i tried ur method but cldn't find anything for keyboard, stuck there leh
 

limwhow

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for those interested in making a chinese seal, can try the following webpage

http://www.purpleculture.net/ChineseSeal.html

but not every words included........i think only simplified chinese words

enjoy!
many thanks to all advises
That's very good, the web site you that you have introduced.
 

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