Help for additional format...

posted on 20th of october, 2013

Hello everyone, this image that was recently accepted, was created completely in Photoshop, I tried to send the additional format in EPS, but not charged, you can tell me what is wrong? Thank you as always, greetings to all!

Comments (27)

Posted by Kamell on October 23, 2013
Unfortunately, I can't tell you anything, just starting work on illustrations and graphics.
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 22, 2013
Thank you for comment!
Posted by Montylola on October 22, 2013
What I have done in the past is to create a NEW file in Illustrator, then paste your flattened image from Photoshop into it and save the file as a .eps, then save the file that you submit as an Illustrator 8 or CS2. Also make sure that it is RGB.
Posted by Piscari on October 22, 2013
I think You use a bitmap in this file. That's why.
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 21, 2013
Morning I'll try to scale the size of EPS, just as an experiment!
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 21, 2013
Thanks for the compliment Wordplanet, then also I will see your images of the 2014, good luck for your sales to you!
Posted by Gheburaseye on October 21, 2013
Uhm... did You also tried to reduce the size? EPS is a scalable format, so it's not important the original size. I suggest you to reduce it and see what happens!
Posted by Wordplanet on October 21, 2013
It's been ages since I did anything in Illustrator so not much help on that end but I just wanted to mention that it's a terrific image! Hard to believe 2013 is coming to an end so soon!
I have a bunch of 2014 New Year images waiting in my queue too.
Wishing you good sales Concetta - really nice image!
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 21, 2013
Thanks Titian, but I also tried converting it into AI, practically in AI, EPS, or RAW format in Photoshop, it crashes the whole load without getting anything in practice does not work! They are right all those who have written to me in practice I used gradients and Gaussian blur filter, all of which rasterize the image and then only possible to send the Jpeg. It would be nice if they accepted the PS format, in practice it would be a nice Tiff with all levels open, it would be very convenient for the user to change the image completely bought it!
Posted by Gheburaseye on October 21, 2013
Hi! You have to read the refusal reason DT sent You via mail.

Looking the image I can suppose the reason could be the following one:

"The file contains raster (bitmap) elements. This can happen when exporting to a file format that does not support certain types of gradients (such as transparency gradients) or effects (drop shadows, glows, gaussian blurs etc). Please check the exported file and either use generic effects (such as meshes or nontransparent gradients) or choose a more compatible format when exporting."

Sometimes EPS files doesn't support some effects, so the better idea is use another format or make more attemps to save the EPS file with the effects You used.

My suggestion is save the file as .AI in adobe illustrator and send that format. I think You don't have problems with this idea.

Ciao ;)
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 21, 2013
Thank you for the compliments, I have to learn Illustrator, but it is a program with which I have little feeling!
Posted by Qin0377 on October 21, 2013
It's very nice images but i can't help you too.
Posted by Celiaak on October 21, 2013
Nice to see 2014 just around the corner. You have to use a vector program to create EPS, as others have already replied.
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 21, 2013
Thank you very much!
Posted by Fallostupido on October 21, 2013
nice images but i cant help you
Posted by TMarchev on October 21, 2013
Fabio you can made .EPS or air but that is maded in Photoshop(raster program) if want to accept your additional format you need to made this in Illustrator(vector program).Dont use in illustrator effects who resterize vector elements like Guasian blur on gradients and other PS effects in Illustrator. All elements it's need to be VECTORS in CMYK color. Send message to support they can explain all requerments. I have 400+ vector files in my porfolio with acepted vector additional format.
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 20, 2013
Thank you for the compliments, the answer was very explicative about the problem, not exist additional format, if you create an image completely with Photoshop!
Posted by Lenutaidi on October 20, 2013
I'm not sure but I think if you use Adobe Illustrator was not the problem...
Anyway, nice image! Congratulations!
Posted by Fengshang520 on October 20, 2013
Posted by Jdanne on October 20, 2013
Nice image! Congratulations!
Posted by Hanbaoluan on October 20, 2013
Beautiful and unique creative pictures, congratulations!
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 20, 2013
Thank you Francy, you were really kind, at least I stop to load ^_^
Posted by Francy874 on October 20, 2013
For such images there isn't an additional file you can upload because eps files created with Photoshop are always raster images and vector files can not contain bitmap elements. We only accept eps files for illustrations created by vector programs like Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, or Inkscape. Hope this helps :-)
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 20, 2013
You're right, it does not charging, is a vector file, but I have seen some images created with Photoshop alone have an additional format, but how can you help me, please!
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 20, 2013
Contrary convert the Tiff in AI.
Posted by FabioConcetta on October 20, 2013
Now I try to convert the jpeg in AI, thank you!
Posted by Libux77 on October 20, 2013
With Photoshop (or GIMP) you cannot create EPS file. To be precise you can create it but it is not a vector file but a raster file. I don't know how I can help you. Maybe Adobe Illustrator could be a solution.

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