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Jenna

when I open a picture, it automatically has a grid on it. I can't do anything to the picture because of it.
How do I remove the grid?

wisam abdel hakim

This is the best method as mentioned before:
the mosaic suggestion is what i have always done,.. pretty easy. duplicate layer,.. opacity to 50%.. then mosaic to desired square size... then "find edges" or 'glowing edges" filter,... then adjust opacity to taste or image. (the find edges step usually leaves the grid only where you 'need' it.

BUT After making"find edges" just goto filter-->Sharpen --->sharpen edges then u can make Sharpen more as many times as u wish until u get what u want

ian

the mosaic suggestion is what i have always done,.. pretty easy. duplicate layer,.. opacity to 50%.. then mosaic to desired square size... then "find edges" or 'glowing edges" filter,... then adjust opacity to taste or image. (the find edges step usually leaves the grid only where you 'need' it.

Mike

Why not just overlay a grid pattern in Photoshop ( CTRL, DoubleQuote) and do a screen print, open a new doc in pshop and paste in your image from the clipboard. Just drag that onto your image and match up the placement. Instand grid. That's what I've always done. You can control the size of the grid this way and its super quick

Tahir

I beleive the easiest way to get this grid ou wanted is;
1. Open an image
2. Duplicate the "background" layer
3. Now with new duplicated layer seleced go to Filter>Pixelate>Mosaic.
4. Set the pixle value to max or desired.
5. To finish it set the layer blending to Overlay or as desired.

You are done

rick

Actually, this is super easy to do.

1. Decide how big your grid will be. I chose 10 x 10. Create a 10 x 10 pixel image, in greyscale.
2. Fill with white.
3. Add noise.
4. Add a second Layer; set to multiply, fill with white, add noise. I did this six times for a 'pattern' i was satisfied with.
5. Flatten image.
6. Set image mode to Index Color.
7. Resize 'grid' pattern to fit your underlying photo.
8. On underlying photo, create a new layer.
9. Fill with white.
10. Add layer mask.
11. Option click on layer mask, past grid pattern.
12. Set levels on mask to determine opacity.

Takes about 90 second total…

Hope this helps!

eric

there is a plug-in that can let you do that, the name is PhotoRepeat you can find it at www.humansoftware.com

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