The good thing is that the specifications for CSS and SVG are common, that is, we can use not only pre-prepared filters, but also create our own filters in SVG, and then write them in CSS:
filter: url (myfilter.svg # myCustomFilter);
The same filters are available when using backdrop-filter.
Finally, the filter () function. The idea is to bring all the specified image links in CSS through a set of filters. And we will embed our tiny header image using base64 dataURI and run it through the blur () filter: Continue reading
In this article, we’ll talk about CSS filters, which, together with effects such as blending modes, open up new possibilities for processing background images. Also consider the function of filters, as well as the technique using SVG.
It all started with the post of the Facebook application development team and the way to upload photo previews in applications. The problem they encountered was that these “cover photos” were rather large and therefore slowly loaded.
This is especially noticeable with a slow Internet connection, when an empty gray box is displayed in front of you while the image is downloading. Continue reading
What will we create
We will create a Photoshop operation that changes the length of our images to 1000 pixels, and then apply this operation to multiple images at the same time. Photoshop automation features such as operations and batch processing have been available for a long time, so you can complete the lesson in Photoshop CS3 and newer versions:
Images for Processing Distressed Paint Overlays for Your Graphics
First, create a new document with a size of 2000 by 1500 pixels. This will give us a workspace for creating an operation for batch processing photos in Photoshop. Continue reading