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Click OK to apply the effect. To create an old-style sepia tone for the image, double-click the Sepia Tone effect in the Effects Browser, set Intensity to , and click OK. Download the old paper texture from the Tutorial Resources to your Desktop and simply drag-and-drop it to your composition.

Use the example in the image below as a reference. Use the image below for the values. You will have an effect like the image below. Change the Blending to Color Dodge.

Increase values of the white input in order to make the bokeh stronger. I also added a little lens-flare effect next to her eye. Resize the image and use Screen for the Blending. Make sure you had black and white for the colors. Move the controller far to the top right and use the image below for the values.

Add a new layer and fill it with black. This layer will be beneath the one you applied the sunbeams filter. Select both layers and merge them into one. Change the Blending of this new layer to Color Dodge. When drawing a path with the regular Pen tool, you can now split the direction line of your current anchor point as you add it by pressing and holding the Option key. In the middle of drawing a path with the Pen tool, you can now also edit any visible direction lines by Command-dragging to move them, or Option-dragging to split the two sides of a direction line and move each individually.

The Replace Color adjustment is now better at replacing black, white, and shades of grey. When adjusting gradient fills added with the Style tool, you can now move the position of the gradient by dragging the gradient direction line on the canvas.

Using the color picker to change the color of partially selected text in a text layer would not work. When using the Styles, Effects, or Color Adjustments tools and picking colors with the color picker in the Colors window, undo steps would not be registered. Type tool presets were not being displayed correctly on macOS When adding effects from the Generator group, layer thumbnails would not be displayed correctly.

The Smart Erase tool was not erasing in all areas of an image. The appearance of the buttons the Trim Canvas dialog would be incorrect while the dialog was sliding in to appear. The Sharpen tool was not working correctly at all Zoom levels.

Clicking to add a line shape would place its endpoints between pixels by default. The new Show Source Marker option for the Clone tool lets you show and hide the occasionally inconvenient source marker.

It was not possible to undo text color changes after selecting text in a text box and using the sliders in the Colors window to change its color with a Force Touch trackpad. When using Export for Web to export images at 2x and 3x scale factors, shape layers would not be exported correctly.

When applying certain effects to layer masks, Pixelmator Pro would sometimes stop responding. The new ML Super Resolution feature lets you increase the resolution of images without blurriness or reduced quality using state-of-the-art machine learning. ML Denoise has been significantly improved, bringing between 2 to 4 times more accurate noise analysis and removal.

The Image Size and Color Depth dialogs now have help buttons, leading you to the relevant help pages. Changing the Resolution value in the Image Size dialog will now change the pixel size of an image under all circumstances, rather than only with print units selected.

Using the painting and retouching tools as a scrolling action was ending would not be possible, now these tools will start working as soon as scrolling stops, no matter when the painting action was started. Duplicating a selected part of a layer with nondestructive effects applied to it would cause Pixelmator Pro to stop responding.

After changing the size of an image or using ML Super Resolution , the visible part of the canvas will be preserved. The maximum range of the Sharpen color adjustment has been extended to pixels. Because it was prone to causing confusion, resizing images using the Bilinear algorithm will be destructive, just like the other algorithms are.

After upscaling images using ML Super Resolution, certain pixels would become very slightly transparent. The Add Sketch command would create a new document rather than insert the sketch into the existing document. Selecting part of an image, deleting the selected area, undoing the edits, and repeating the same steps again would result in the layer disappearing. Attempting to export layers that have only numbers in their name using the Export for Web tool would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly.

Sometimes, editing shape layers within groups would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. The incredible new editing extension brings the entire Pixelmator Pro app to Photos. The all-new zoom tool lets you zoom and navigate around images with ease. The Crop tool now has a Delete mode, redesigned presets, and the ability to crop to custom sizes. Create new images using image size templates for a variety of iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch devices. The incredibly powerful new Photos extension lets you edit images using Pixelmator Pro without ever leaving the Photos app.

Save layers and other nondestructive changes directly to your Photos library and sync between computers via iCloud. Enjoy support for all Pixelmator Pro keyboard shortcuts in Photos. Effortlessly zoom and scroll images with the brand new Zoom tool. Use the Navigator to navigate around large images while zoomed in. Check out the updated Crop tool — it now has a Delete mode, redesigned presets, and the ability to crop to custom pixel sizes. Use the new Delete mode to permanently delete unwanted image areas after cropping.

Crop presets have been moved to the Tool Options pane, freeing up more editing space for your image. Flip Vertically and Flip Horizontally commands are now available in the Crop tool. Copying and pasting layered files from Finder or your desktop works, too. The Paint and Erase tools have been redesigned, moving presets into the Tool Options pane, highlighting individual brushes, and freeing up editing space for your image.

The Slice tool has also got itself a makeover, incorporating its presets into the Tool Options pane. The template chooser now includes a Devices category with iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch, and other screen sizes.

Significantly improved performance when editing images with a large number of layers. Pixelmator Pro now supports gradients and layer styles from the original Pixelmator. Items in the Info bar are now double-clickable so you can quickly change the size, color profile, color depth of your image or choose the Arrange tool. The Option-L keyboard shortcut now shows or hides the Layers sidebar. When using the Repair or Clone tools, the Sample All Layers setting will now be disabled when a layer has effects, adjustments, or styles as this produces unexpected results.

Pixelmator Pro presets in Automator will now update as soon as they are changed in Pixelmator Pro without having to quit the app. When exporting to PDF, you can change the color profile of the exported image in the Export dialog. Pressing and holding the Shift and Command keys while using the Free Transform tool would not highlight the Skew button. Pressing and holding the Option, Command, and Shift keys while using the Free Transform tool would not highlight the Perspective button.

The Cancel button was not working in the Open progress dialog. Colors in the Touch Bar were not being matched to the document color space. Along with Command-clicking, you can now Control-click and secondary click the document title to see the document path.

Using the Enter key to select a blending mode from the blending mode pop-up menu would not work. Dragging and dropping hidden layers to the Finder would export empty images.

Layers created using the Cut and Paste commands would sometimes be positioned incorrectly. On rare occasions, the Grain effect could cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. In certain cases, when cropping images with masked layers using the Delete mode, Pixelmator Pro could stop responding. When opening photos using the extension, if the associated Pixelmator Pro file is in iCloud Drive, the extension will attempt to download it before opening. If the extension cannot save to iCloud Drive, it will try to save to the Pictures folder instead.

If that also fails, you will be offered to save the layered file to a custom location. The layout of the reshaping tools in the Touch Bar was incorrect. The keyboard shortcuts for changing the visibility of the Tools sidebar, switching between the Thumbnails and List view in the Layers sidebar, and inverting selections were incorrect. Failing to open a photo using the extension would cause it to quit unexpectedly.

Now, an alert will be shown and the preview of the photo will be opened instead. It was previously possible to attempt open the Photos extension while it was still loading, which would cause it to quit unexpectedly. With filtering and searching, finding just the layers you’re looking for is easier than ever. Clipping masks let you effortlessly clip the contents of one layer to the shape of another — even layer groups and nested shapes! You can now change a layer’s opacity settings and blending mode right in the Layers sidebar.

Pixelmator Pro now opens any photos taken in Portrait mode together with a handy layer mask. Tabs are awesome so Pixelmator Pro will now use tabs by default. Several additional keyboard shortcuts make it easier to select, organize, and duplicate layers. Match the look of any photo using the incredibly intelligent, machine learning-powered ML Match Colors. Use Free Transform to easily adjust perspective, skew, distort, and even resize layers using different image scaling algorithms.

Easily color-code layers using handy color tags to make important objects easier to spot or bring some extra organization to advanced illustrations and designs. Filter layers according to layer type images, text, shapes, and groups , color tags, or both.

Quickly adjust layer opacity and blending mode right in the Layers sidebar. Use clipping masks to clip the contents of one layer to the outline of another — even layer groups or nested shapes! Add clipping masks from the shortcut menu in the Layers sidebar, by Option-clicking between two layers, or from the Format menu.

Release a clipping mask by double-clicking the arrow in the Layers sidebar. When opening Photoshop documents with color tags, they will now be both opened and saved. Convert into Pixels is now a fully-fledged rasterize button and will rasterize any layer, including image layers with adjustments, effects, layer styles, and transformations. When converting hidden layers into pixels, they will no longer be rasterized into empty layers.

Double-clicking any shape — including Smart Shapes — will now make it editable. Exporting documents with layer styles in effects in Photoshop format has been much improved.

Fixed several blur issues with converting certain kinds of layers groups and shapes with effects into pixels. Copying and pasting selected content would sometimes result in blurring. On rare occasions, resizing the crop box while holding the Command key would blur the image or leave 1 pixel-wide lines at its edges. Documents containing many layers with lots of nondestructive styles and effects would sometimes have unwanted vertical and horizontal artifacts.

Pixelmator Pro will now always use tabs by default and remember your window size and position for all new documents. Use the new Comics effect to quickly apply a comic book-style to any image — you can find this effect in the Stylize category. A number of new keyboard shortcuts make it easier to select, organize, and duplicate layers.

Option-Left bracket [ and Option-Right bracket ] let you select one layer up and down. Option-Comma , and Option-Period. Option-Arrow will now duplicate layers and move them by 1 pixel.

Option-Shift-Arrow will duplicate and move by 10 pixels. Zoom performance improvements speed up zooming in documents with many layers. Pressing the Return key while drawing a path will now close the path. The Repair tool progress bar will no longer be shown when making quick, small repairs. The Brightness adjustment is now more precise in images with extreme tonal ranges.

Previously, the Channel Mixer used our perceptual color model to make prettier adjustments. Attempting to use the Color Fill or Gradient Fill tools on text or shape layers will now create an empty new layer and fill that instead of doing nothing at all. Whenever possible, Pixelmator Pro will try to preserve the font face when changing font family.

Improved compatibility with certain kinds of text layers in Photoshop documents. Pixelmator Pro was performing slowly in the latest version of macOS on certain , , and Mac computers. This version includes a workaround with a fix. Due to new font smoothing introduced in macOS Holding the Z key to choose the Zoom tool would make Pixelmator Pro beep inappropriately.

Layers would incorrectly snap to grids based on non-pixel units. New documents created from text or shape layers in the clipboard would not be correctly aligned to the canvas. After dragging to rearrange parts of text within a text layer, changes would be undone incorrectly. Pixelmator Pro workflows in the Automator app were not working correctly when RAW files would be automatically converted to Pixelmator Pro format using the Auto Enhance action.

With the incredible ML Match Colors, you can now match the colors of different images using breakthrough machine learning. The all-new Free Transform tool makes it a breeze to freely resize objects, adjust perspective, distort, skew, and rotate. When dragging and dropping objects into compositions, press and hold the Command key to automatically use ML Match Colors on the inserted object.

Transform layers using four different modes — Free, Skew, Distort, and Perspective. Choose from 3 unique algorithms — Bilinear, Lanczos, and Nearest Neighbor — when transforming individual layers and layer groups. The high-quality perspective transformation algorithms in Pixelmator Pro better preserve image detail compared with other image editors. Use the grid when transforming to guide your transformations or turn it off, if you prefer. When transforming, press and hold the Command key and drag any handle to temporarily distort instead of resizing.

Press and hold the Shift and Command keys together and drag any handle to temporarily skew. Press and hold the Option, Shift, and Command keys together and drag any handle to temporarily adjust perspective.

When resizing, press and hold the Shift key to constrain proportions. Press and hold the Option key to resize from the center. Automatically center inserted objects by pressing and holding the Shift key while dropping them into your composition. Constrain Proportions will now be enabled for RAW layers by default. You can now drag and drop colors from one color well to another. Improved zoom performance for compositions with a large number of layers. When using the Repair tool, its progress indicator will now appear on the canvas rather than below the toolbar.

When inserting objects, a progress indicator will now appear on the canvas. Display P3 has been promoted to a common profile within the color profile list. When pasting shapes with masks, masks would sometimes be copied incorrectly. Layers would sometimes flicker when erasing any areas around their edges.

When using the Clone tool, the source indicator would remain visible on RAW layers. A partially transparent outline of the Open dialog would sometimes remain visible after opening images. Cropping using custom aspect ratio presets would sometimes be imprecise. Original Pixelmator documents with non-standard color profiles would be opening with shifted colors. When creating a selection with multiple layers and using certain nondestructive tools, the Deselect command would not work correctly.

When opening Photoshop documents, PPI settings would not be correctly preserved. When resizing layer groups with certain effects applied, layers could disappear at specific scales.

With an all-new light appearance, Pixelmator Pro adapts seamlessly to the light and dark modes in macOS Mojave. Batch process images using five powerful Pixelmator Pro actions inside the Automator app. The performance of all the brush-based tools, such as the Paint tool, retouching tools, and reshaping tools, has been improved. A bigger brush size limit, better Quick Selection tool performance, and a range of stability fixes round off this update.

The Color Balance adjustment has a brand new design, inspired by professional color grading tools. When using the Image Size command, you can now choose from three image resizing algorithms — Bilinear, Lanczos, and Nearest Neighbor. A gorgeous new light appearance lets you experience Pixelmator Pro in a whole new way — and you can change appearance any time in Pixelmator Pro preferences.

Use ML Enhance to automatically improve the look of any photo using a machine learning algorithm trained on millions of professional photos. Create even richer, more vibrant graphics and designs with colorful SVG fonts — the Gilbert Color font is included with this update. Accent color support means the buttons and sliders in Pixelmator Pro will now match your preferences. You can now change the color of the Pixelmator Pro window background in Pixelmator Pro preferences. After hiding and showing the Pixelmator Pro Tool Options pane, certain buttons would not be updated when using the Arrange tool.

When scrolling inside the brush size text field to resize the retouching and distort tools, the ratio between the brush size and scroll speed was incorrect.

Closing a document while using the Quick Selection tool would occasionally cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. The Color Selection tool was not working correctly in all images. The performance of the painting, retouching, and reshaping tools has been improved. The maximum brush size has been increased from to pixels.

You can now invert the brush Shape and Grain textures by clicking the word Shape or Grain below the preview and choosing Invert. Improved preset importing experience: after importing a collection of brushes, the new collection will become active, after importing some custom shapes, the Shapes palette will become visible, after importing effect or adjustment presets, the Effects and Color Adjustments tools will become active. Brush previews will now be generated without slowing down the interface, which should speed up importing collections of large brushes.

When opening images from Aperture, Pixelmator Pro will now attempt to save changes back to the original image. The Color Adjustments and Effects tools will now be opened more quickly. Hovering over a gradient color stop and color midpoint will now show its position.

Adjusting character spacing while having the insertion point between two characters will now change the spacing between those two characters. The look of the text selection background color in macOS Mojave has been improved. The thumbnails of small layers are now more accurate in the Layers sidebar and Presets bar. When selecting an empty layer while the Color Adjustments or Effects tool is active, thumbnails in the Touch Bar would not update correctly. When a document is opened with a layer group selected, the Arrange tool will now be updated correctly.

Fixed a number of graphical glitches that would appear while painting, such as vertical and horizontal lines, rendering issues, and parts of brushstrokes not appearing after until after the mouse was released.

Fixed a memory leak with closing documents that have group layers. Improved handling of brush textures — the orientation of the brush texture previews will now be correct. Masked areas will now be preserved when exporting images using Export for Web with a non-1x scale. Undoing and redoing canvas size changes will no longer shift objects. When painting quick brushstrokes, the ends of the stroke would sometimes be rendered incorrectly. Fixed an issue that would make Pixelmator Pro quit unexpectedly when using certain selection tools.

Using the Reveal Canvas command would occasionally blur layers in certain situations. The Crop and Slice buttons would not be highlighted in the toolbar when selected. Fixed an issue that would cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly if a document was immediately closed upon opening.

Closing a document while zooming would occasionally cause Pixelmator Pro to quit unexpectedly. Pixelmator Pro would sometimes quit unexpectedly when opening certain kinds of Photoshop documents. The Color Balance adjustment has been redesigned and can now be edited using color wheels inspired by those used in the cinema industry to color grade films.

Along with adjusting the color tints of the shadows, midtones, and highlights, the new Color Balance now includes sliders for adjusting their brightness and saturation as well. A Master wheel lets you adjust the Color Balance of an entire image at once.

Color Balance can also be improved automatically using the ML Fix feature, trained on millions of professional photos. Bilinear is the standard resizing algorithm, good for most uses. Lanczos can preserve small details better when upscaling and downscaling. The Grain adjustment has been improved to apply photographic grain more naturally, especially when an image has small details and large grain particles.

Use two new Automator actions — Scale Images and Trim Images — to batch resize images and batch delete transparent or solid colored areas from the edges of images. The last used document size now appears as an option in the template chooser. The currently active tool will be marked with a checkmark in the Tools menu. Dragging a layer from the Layers sidebar onto the export preview without having created any slices will now create a new slice.

ML Enhance will now be unhighlighted if an adjustment is removed. The look of the Curves adjustment has been improved in macOS Mojave. All edited curves will now be visible when editing all channels, not just RGB. The Trim Canvas command will now work better with thin images. Fixed various situations where effects ropes were not in sync with the image.

The thumbnails of empty masks applied to empty layers would not be visible. On rare occasions, closing a document would make Pixelmator Pro quit unexpectedly. The new Export for Web feature gives you a modern way to easily prepare your images for the web with export presets, Quick Export options, and advanced PNG compression.

The new Slice tool lets you divide designs into individual images and optimize each one separately. Thanks to SVG support, you can now open, edit, and export resolution-independent vector images. Quickly create vector shapes from selections in your images. This update adds a whole bunch of new effects — a gorgeous Light Leak effect, stylish Bokeh, Spin blur, Noise, Clouds, and more. The Selective Color adjustment can now be applied automatically to improve individual colors in an image using machine learning.

Change the histogram type when using the Color Adjustments tool by Control-clicking the histogram and choosing a new type. You should now be able to select, move, and start editing layers in complex documents much more quickly. Large and complex documents should now be opened much faster — in some cases over 10 times faster.

This update brings lots of other improvements, including extended ranges for a number of blur effects, improvements to adding and managing guides, and more. Advanced Compression lets you shrink image sizes to the smallest possible without losing quality.

See handy live previews when formatting text and adjusting layer blending. Use Select Color Range to make selections of precise colors or entire color ranges. Learn all about using Pixelmator Pro with easy to follow video and text tutorials on the new Tutorials page. The Pixelmator Pro Help menu has been improved and now shows search results from the online user guide. When moving guides, their position will now be shown in the current ruler units rather than pixels.

Dragging a guide while holding the Shift key will now snap the guide to each ruler tick mark. You can now show or hide each of the buttons in the Pixelmator Pro toolbar. When using the Arrange tool, choosing the Reset preset will now reset the rotation of text, shape, and group layers as well as image layers. You can now change layer opacity using the number keys when using the Style tool. When you select a layer in the canvas, the Layers sidebar will scroll to reveal it.

Pressing and holding the Command key will now let you move layers while using the Free Selection tool. In addition to Command-D, you can now press the Escape key to deselect a selection. The Pen tool now draws much more precisely, especially when using a Magic Mouse.

The Photo Browser has been recoded to reduce loading times and prevent issues when Photos libraries would not load. Start Drawing and Close Path now appear as options when control-clicking a point while editing an open vector path. Undoing an image size change would not restore layers to their previous positions. Using the Command key to move a layer while using the Paint tool would cause graphical glitches.

When editing individual paths within a shape, the position of any gradient fills will no longer change. Layer thumbnails would not update when moving a selected image area. When using any shape tool, the add shape cursor would not appear if an existing shape was selected even when it was possible to draw a new shape.

The Zoom button in the toolbar would not update after moving a Pixelmator Pro window between Retina and non-Retina displays. Moving a selected image area within a group would move the group instead of the selected area. It was not possible to move, select, or draw new shapes while editing the gradient fill of an existing shape. Use the image below for the values.

You will have an effect like the image below. Change the Blending to Color Dodge. Increase values of the white input in order to make the bokeh stronger. I also added a little lens-flare effect next to her eye.

Resize the image and use Screen for the Blending. Make sure you had black and white for the colors. Move the controller far to the top right and use the image below for the values. Add a new layer and fill it with black. This layer will be beneath the one you applied the sunbeams filter. Select both layers and merge them into one. Change the Blending of this new layer to Color Dodge.


 
 

 

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Undoing an image size change while being fully zoomed out would make it impossible to change the zoom level. Step 3 Now the color of your image will be a little bit more saturated, in this case warmer as well. Press and hold the Option key to resize from the center.❿