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In today's free Photoshop CS5 tutorial we continue making our fashion label by using the quick selection and refine edge tools then add our text using the type tool and give it some shape and texture with layer effects and texture inside a clipping path.
Today's show does double duty as both part of our Lightroom 3 review and also the first chapter in a new tutorial. We'll be adding fashion labels to our photographs as a fun way to brand a Lightroom 3 slideshow and I'll show you how the label is made by using new features from Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5. If you want to see what we're aiming for I've uploaded the Lightroom 3 Slideshow to my Flickr.
Today's Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3 video tutorial shows how to create the attractive high key, high contrast, bright colour portrait style that's so fashionable at the moment with companies like Venture. In this one chapter tutorial I used Photoshop CS5 to produce the effect and then show how to do the same thing using Lightroom 3. These steps work equally well in earlier versions of Photoshop as far back as CS and Lightroom 2. Download the source image and try this yourself.
In today's show we examine one of the new 3D features in Photoshop CS5 Extended, the Repoussé Tool. This tool can be used to extrude shapes and turn them into 3D objects. I'll show you how it all works and then introduce you to another tool that does many of the same things but for far less money.
In today's Photoshop CS5 Video Review we take a look at the new Puppet Warp tool to see if it's of any use to photographers and to help you decide whether CS5 is worth upgrading.