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Photoshop Tutorials

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posted on Jan, 3 2006 @ 06:47 PM
Anyone can post here any Photoshop tutorials or whatever tricks in your sleeve that you want to share. share em baby! hehehe



open an image like this

then select the magic wand tool (w)

then click on the background you wish to remove, something like this

then press delete


open and image and select the pen tool (p)

then select the part of the image you want to remove, something like this

then choose Paths, right click on the Work Path then click Make Selection

then click OK, then press the delete key then it will be something like this


open an image and select Filter > Extract > Ok

then click on the Edge Higlighter Tool (B)

then highlight the edges of the image, something like this

the click on the Fill Tool (G)

then fill the inside area of the highlighted edges

then click ok, and presto! it will be something like this

hmm.. ill post dodge and burn stuff next time

posted on Jan, 3 2006 @ 06:51 PM
Nice santigwar. I will say that you will get the best results using the pen tool. It can be tricky at first but once you master it nothing can compare.

posted on Jan, 3 2006 @ 07:02 PM
thanks kinglizard

yea, still the pen tool is the best for that kind of job. just a little practice with it and pen tool will just be a piece of cake.

best regards

posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 11:56 PM
Personally, I prefer masks for that sort of thing - I use a Wacom tablet for it, but you can do a good job with a mouse as well.

Here are some of my guidelines for Photoshop when used in relation to photography:

The only filter worth using often is Unsharp Mask. (That I can think of at the moment, at least.)
Never, ever use a lens flare filter.

The right adjustment with Levels and Hue/Saturation can turn a mediocre photo into a masterpiece.

One thing I have noticed in Photoshop is that if you use the Safe For Web feature, it will slightly desaturate the image and lower the contrast from what it appears in Photoshop itself. A fairly simple correction is to do the following before using Save For Web:

1. Set the Saturation to +22 in the Hue/Saturation window.
2. Set the mids to .88 in the Levels window.
3. Save for Web!

Note that this will not work perfectly for every photograph and may require some adjustment - but it's a good place to start from.

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