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How to produce a Fingerprint


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This tutorial will show you how to turn a picture of a finger (possibly your own) into a fingerprint that could be used in the ultimate signature.

You will need a close up picture of a finger to begin with - I used this one (btw, it's not mine).

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Step 1. Invert the colours: Adjustments > Invert Colours

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Step 2. Set the picture as Black & White: Adjustments > Black and White

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Step 3. Emboss the image with an angle of 0.00

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Step 4. Select Adjustments > Brightness/Contrast. Leave the Brightness at 0 and raise the Contrast to 100. Playing with the Brightness value will give you a more or less detailed final print.

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Step 5. Use the paintbrush, with the primary colour set White, and begin removing the extraneous black from around the print. You should be able to see a reasonable outline to base the shape by.

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You can now add your own unique stamp to any piece of art or even your signature (if you don't mind your print being distributed worldwide!)

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Since we're turing this thread into a conversation that makes me laugh everytime I read it, I'll contribute to the jokes. Two thumbs walked into a bar.... oh nevermind... Great tut, but a little creepy :shock: This smiley makes me crack up everytime every time!

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Since we're turing this thread into a conversation that makes me laugh everytime I read it, I'll contribute to the jokes. Two thumbs walked into a bar.... oh nevermind... Great tut, but a little creepy :shock: This smiley makes me crack up everytime every time!

was there really a point to reviving this thread?

its almost over 2 years old.

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Since we're turing this thread into a conversation that makes me laugh everytime I read it, I'll contribute to the jokes. Two thumbs walked into a bar.... oh nevermind... Great tut, but a little creepy :shock: This smiley makes me crack up everytime every time!

was there really a point to reviving this thread?

its almost over 2 years old.

What's the point in complaining?

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