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Tutorial 14 re-released

I've been steadily moving my old shows over to YouTube. It makes sense to put the content where the viewers are. But in the process I realised that there's a lot of stuff in those shows that was timely when it was released but much less interesting now. So the new versions of the old shows will, from now on, be stripped down to just the important bit - the tutorial. I'm also increasing the video quality everywhere I can and uploading 1080p versions where possible. As always these videos will remain free and you'll be able to download them if you wish.

So in that vein I've re-released Tutorial 14 in improved quality and stripped down to just the meat of the shows. It was a long one - 8 chapters but there's a TON of good photoshop tips in there and darn near all of it is still relevant to CS6 today.  So go and check it out. Here's links to the YouTube pages or you can find Tutorial 14 in the Video Tutorials section of the site here.

 

 

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PW73 - Quicktip - Shrinking and downsampling your images

This week we've got a quicktip - which ended up being as long as a regular show - all about downsizing your images for displaying them on the web while keeping the detail. We spend some time with Photoshop and Lightroom today.


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PW73 - Quicktip - Shrinking and downsampling your images

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Tutorial 14 Chapter 7 - Ophelia's Mother

Today we announce the winner of the "Best of 2007" competition and we take the second to last step in producing the Opelia's Mother image. This time we tackle the very tricky reflections and use the warp tool together with some neat blending and layering.

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Tutorial 14, Chapter 6 - Ophelia's Mother

This week we take another step with Jolene's Ophelia's Mother image and we see the welcome return of the composition segment where we'll be learning to get closer. We've also got the entries to the best of 2007 competition and I'll show you what I've chosen as a prize. The winner will be announced next week.

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