Discussion in 'photography, graphics & art' started by pengaleng, Oct 5, 2004.
Also here is a brilliant tutorial website with streaming movies for all kinds of graphic/video software.
You can watch the first 3 chapters of a tutorial for free, subscribe for monthly online access to all tutorials, or buy cd roms.
Can't get it to work for me - has the file gone now?
works fer me
If you have had trouble trying to download then i suggest you get someone more computer savvy to get the file for you, cause the unpacking bit might confuse you.
The download works fine.
Click the link
Bottom of page click on 'free download' button
Wait 30 seconds
Click on the download link.
Unzip/rar the file
Unzip the next batch of files
run the initial ddu.rar
end up with photoshop cs for dummies pdf
Lots of textures init:
Great links! I could spend days messing around with them heh!
So, does anyone here use the selective colour doohicky? All I ever seem to see in PS books is about the channel mixer for controlling colour. I have messed with the channel mixer, and like what it can do (good for b/w conversions, although I'm only just starting out using this method), but at the moment I seem to prefer selective colour instead. There are so many variables you can tweak to get it just right.
Does anyone know of any good selective colour tutorials out there?
it comes into its owen when merging two images that are at different luminouslllyy ssshpeakin'
The contrast masking tutorial on this page is great
why has this been unstickied?
Because it hadn't been updated in nearly five months!
Give us some more stuff!
what do you want from me? I've bled myself dry I'm on my fuckin knees I've run out of tears I'm chewing glass
Its good for reference, I'll start posting it
I, the undersigned lurker that uses this thread, politely request a resticky
Making realistic saturation and contrast levels:
Fixing white balance:
apple mac scroll bars for web 2.0 sites:
Playing with DoF:
Create a stencil
Loada really good illy tutorials:
Using the mask tool:
Anyone got anything good for PSP and/or The Gimp?
I'd of thought the PS tuts would apply to Gimp.
PSP is crapola.
I often have a problem with tutorials because I want to know 'why' as well as 'how'. I've found this site pretty useful on the 'why' part of learning PP basics.
Eliminate Noise with the Color Replacement Tool
Not as good as noise ninja but pretty good all the same
god, it seems you are all using this tool except me ... how silly ... must get over my aversion to this and investigate.
how many fingers can you get up yer bum?
Does anyone know of any good tutorial sites for photoimpact?
I have one or two but if anyone else can recommend any decent ones, that would be great.
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