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I have my logo on plain colored background. Is there a way to make the logo look 'stamped' into the background?

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Aaron
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by:BongSoo
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You could use the emboss/deboss filter in photoshop. Not sure if it will apply to illustrator as I don't have it on my machine
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BongSoo - Ok. I have a my logo (eps, ai, jpg or pdf) and a photo (jpg). Will you please walk me through the embossing process in photoshop?

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Aaron
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Sure, just go to Filter > Stylize > Emboss. You'll most likely need to play with it a bit, and it really works best with a monochromatic color scheme, but you can always go back and colorize.
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Monochromatic?
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by:BongSoo
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Convert it to grayscale, apply the filter and then go back and colorize it. It all depends. Nothing is ever 'one click', so to speak.
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gotcha. thanks.
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