Client wants the attached images to be embossed, but with white backgrounds, intention is to use them for backgrounds for signature files for emails. 5 background images in total, text will go over them so may need lightening or fading a little too.
Biggest problem we have is Photoshop emboss option makes it a silver/gray background, whereas we want a white background so we can write over it.
I've ammended the attachments, so as you can see;
The [url removed, login to view] is all the logos
The [url removed, login to view] is all the logos embossed with a silver/gray background
A screenshot of an email setup with the gray embossed background.
One of te logos at a45 % angle to make the background image for the sig file
An HTML page that has the image as the bg, so that it is the sig file.
So essentially, the logos need to be embossed but in white not silver/gray, and then set in white squares at 45 degree angles, so they can be used as bakground images for emails.
There might be a bit of back and forth with lightening the images once they are created, but I have have Fireworks CS3, Photoshop CS3, Photoshop 7, Paintshop Pro 7 and [url removed, login to view] so if you prefer, just let me know what filters you recommnd using to lighten the image (fade, hue change, brightness change, etc) if you would rather that than have back and forth.