Then I added some things in Adobe Illustrator to get maps that are much easier for me to work with. I think you might find them easier, too. You can also create a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and clip that into your picture layer (by holding Alt and clicking between the two layers in the Layer palette), then reduce or increase the saturation as necessary to make your laser yearbook dreams come true. Most importantly, I think, I’ve kept the original maps as Vector Smart Objects, which you can use if you have Adobe CS2 or better. Which means that, if you have CS2 or better, you can resize the maps to 2048×2048 to work on tricky bits, and the lines will remain sharp and clear. (You will need to resize to 512×512 before uploading to SL, of course. For this tutorial, the Daily Dot’s senior politics reporter Kevin Collier was kind enough to let us use this photo of him.