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3D Glass Ball using Layer Styles

October 26, 2009

By: Rebecca Fryer In this tutorial it’s my aim to take you through the process of creating a convincing 3D Glass Ball using basic layer styles and gradients. Step One: Basic Shape & Fill [More]

Color (Wheel) Correction (Pt. 2/2)

October 22, 2009

You’ve done your color correction, via whatever method you prefer or the one that worked best for the photo at hand, but it still doesn’t look quite right. Here’s a way to [More]

Combo Color Correction (Pt. 1/2)

October 21, 2009

Today I bring you the first part of a two-part tutorial. The first will go over a combination method of color cast correction, and the second half will deal with correcting tints. This photo, [More]

Shading vectors in Photoshop

October 19, 2009

Over the last couple of tutorials we have been gently introducing ourselves to vectors, firstly adding the lines then some colour. Today we are going to work on details. Step 1. Firstly download the [More]

Ask A.J. About Photoshop #1

October 15, 2009

Today's guest post is a little different. To kick off the new "Ask A.J." series I thought it best to respond with a video answer to the questions posted. Little did I know the adventure awaiting me as I tried to render out the screencast file, then upload to YouTube, then to Vimeo. Needless to say, I'm a bit tired from the early AM recording, but it's all for you dear readers. Watch the video, leave some comments, and spread the word if you think this is a good thing. Oh, and forgive me if I drift off a bit towards the end, I made it through the night without so much as a drop of caffeine. [More]

Smoothing Texture (Redux)

October 14, 2009

This weeks post is a re-post of a tutorial I had on my blog, Janinealogy, way back in…well, way back. I beg everyones forgiveness for this bit of laziness on my part, but with my home network [More]

Simple Border Effects

October 13, 2009

A question was raised this week for the easiest way to add a single pixel border inside an image, so that’s what I’m playing with for today’s post. First thing I’m going to do [More]

It’s a Knockout: the Magnifying Glass Effect

October 12, 2009

To begin with it’s wise to collect a good source image of a magnifying glass which I did via http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Magnifying_glass.jpg, this is Wikimedia Commons which is a [More]

Color Grading with Gradient Maps

October 8, 2009

by Richard Harrington – RHED Pixel – @rhedpixel Like many folks, I like to experiment with color. Duotones, like ‘em. Romantic color effects, check. Crunchy color, I’m game. There are times [More]

Texture Matching

October 7, 2009

Something I’ve noticed about digital photo restoration tutorials: we do seem to love our “good old dependables”! We embrace our Clone Stamp and Patch Tools, revere our healing brushes and [More]

Magazine Wrap Around

October 6, 2009

  When BBC Wildlife magazine came out I was intrigued by the cover. Everything was standard except that it looked like there was an added cover. I’m sure there is name for it. Anyhoo, on [More]

Make Them Shine!

October 1, 2009

I love pretty eyes –  just ask anyone who knows me, if you have pretty eyes, I’ll let you know! In photos I like to make them shine! Soo… how do you do it? 1.Open up an image, with [More]

Neener’s Nifty Mold Removal

September 30, 2009

Fact: Mold can be hazardous to your health. It doesn’t do a whole lot for your photos, either. I’ve been working many months on a really good, useable method of digital mold removal. [More]

Neener's Nifty Mold Removal

September 30, 2009

Fact: Mold can be hazardous to your health. It doesn’t do a whole lot for your photos, either. I’ve been working many months on a really good, useable method of digital mold removal. [More]

Top Tip Tuesday – Dotted Line

September 29, 2009

I’m never sure what to write about here, I’ve always maintained that I’m in no way a trainer but I do like to pass on the little snippets of goodness that I’ve picked up from [More]
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