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Create A Scrapbook Alphabet In this Photoshop Text Effect you'll learn to create a simple Scrapbook style text effect that can be used as a stand alone word treatment or converted to individual reusable .png files with a transparent background. Create A 3D Push Pin In this Photoshop tutorial I'll show you how to create a 3D Push Pin using Photoshop Extended's 3D drawing and rendering capabilities. Put your 3D glasses on and enjoy the show! Modern 3D Text Effect In this Photoshop tutorial we're going to step outside my usual Photoshop Only philosophy and use the 3D rendering power of Adobe Illustrator to create a cool little 3D text effect. Film Inspired Photo Borders In this Photo Effects tutorial I'll show you how to extract a photo border from it's background and make it infinitely more versatile for your photography projects. High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photos – Part 1 A Simple Wedding Invitation The Wheels Text Effect 2 Step Grunge Photo Effect Patriotic Text Using Displacement Masks

Photoshop Training - Smooth Skin tutorial (part 2/2) Create in Photoshop a new layer on top of the Blemishes layer by clicking on the Create a New Layer icon . Rename this layer to Smooth Skin by double clicking on its name in the layers palette. Hold down Ctrl + Alt + Shift + E (Command + Option + Shift + E on the Mac) to merge all visible layers on the active layer (Remember this Photoshop shortcut, it's a very useful one) or in other words; the layer Smooth Skin will contain the image that was visible in the document window when you used this shortcut, which includes all the corrections we did to remove blemishes. We're going going to use the Median filter to make the skin look smooth. Important: This tutorial was written at a time that the new Filter / Blur / Surface Blur wasn't availble in Photoshop. Notice that by using Gaussian Blur you're actually moving the blue that's in the background into the skin. Now go to the menu and select Filter / Noise / Median... , enter a radius of 10 pixels and click OK. The result: in the tool bar.

A Collection Of The 10 Best Resources To Learn Photoshop | Fstoppers Adobe Photoshop can be a really daunting program. Do you remember the first time you opened it up? Much like anything else, it takes time to get good at it. Even with what you know now, you still realize there is a lot left to learn. The Internet provides such a valuable resource in learning the program. More than ever, there is an immense list of avenues to explore in order to get up to speed. Here are some sources that you should definitely consider. 1. This may be me favorite resource. 2. Similar to Lynda, Kelby One is another premium tutorial site that primarily stays closer to photography and Photoshop. 3. Aaron Nace is a household name in the photography industry. Phlearn also has a section of great free episodes that is constantly being updated as well. 4. What I love about Creative Live is their ability to bring the instructors that people want to see and they give them a stage. If you want to check out who's coming up in the future, you can look through their calendar. 5. 6.

Cuarto Taller Gratuito de Apreciación Cinematográfica “Cine latinoamericano a dos tiempos” Desde la década del sesenta del siglo pasado, América Latina ha experimentado cambios sociopolíticos y culturales drásticos, que han marcado la forma de vida de sus habitantes. A medio siglo de ese periodo efervescente, nuevas formas de convivencia dan cuenta de inéditas lecturas del entorno que están surgiendo en la región. El cine hecho en el continente ha registrado estos procesos y propuesto miradas diversas para aproximarse a ellos. Para quienes deseen profundizar en estas miradas, la Cineteca Nacional los y las invita a participar en el cuarto taller gratuito de apreciación cinematográfica, Cine latinoamericano a dos tiempos, que será dictado por el crítico de cine, investigador y docente universitario Iván Pinto Veas. Esta iniciativa es parte del proyecto El cine de todos los chilenos, el barrio sin fronteras en la Cineteca Nacional, financiado por el Fondo de Fomento Audiovisual y está dirigido a todo público. Programación Las 8 sesiones contienen dos unidades de contenidos:

imageSynth Texture And Tiling Plug-in For Photoshop | The Photoshop Blog Buy. Download. Create. Get Flash, Dreamweaver, Photoshop Extended with Adobe Web Premium. The Photoshop Blog offers the latest Photoshop news and software updates, Photoshop tips and tutorials, and random thoughts from graphic artist and Photoshop expert Jennifer Apple. Luxology Releases imageSynth Texture And Tiling Plug-in For Photoshop Exclusive $10 Discount On imageSynth Plugin Texture Generator Our friends at Luxology have offered us an exclusive special discount. Luxology have announced it is now offering its unique imageSynth plug-in for Photoshop CS and CS2. imageSynth is advanced technology that allows Photoshop users to quickly and easily create seamless textures, synthetic images, backgrounds, and generate high-resolution images from low-resolution sources. Previously available exclusively to modo users, the imageSynth plug-in is now available to the entire Photoshop community and can be purchased directly from the Luxology website at Color Efex Pro Viveza

Photoshop User TV - The weekly Photoshop TV show featuring "The Photoshop Guys" Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, Corey Barker, Pete Collins, and RC Concepcion. Presented by KelbyOne. Kelby TV - Online Shows for Creative Professionals. PhotoshopUser TV: Animating Layer Styles, Glyn Dewis, and Logo Design - Episode 414 April 23, 2015 Photoshop User TV Latest Update: APRIL 23, 2015 PhotoshopUser TV: Animating Layer Styles, Glyn Dewis, and Logo Design - Episode 414 The weekly Photoshop TV show featuring "The Photoshop Guys" Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, Corey Barker, Pete Collins, and RC Concepcion. Subscribe to RSS Open in iTunes Photoshop User TV Episodes (View All) View All © 2015 Kelby Media Group Terms of Use - Privacy PolicyAdobe and Photoshop are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated

“Iván Navarro: Una guerra silenciosa e imposible” Figura clave del arte contemporáneo chileno, Navarro (Santiago de Chile, 1972) utiliza la energía eléctrica y la luz artificial para interrogar la historia reciente, sus fantasmas y sus signos. Jugando con reflejos infinitos y falsos abismos, manipula los objetos del mundo cotidiano para llevar al espectador a una extraña experiencia contemplativa, entre interacción e inacción. Titulada “Iván Navarro: Una guerra silenciosa e imposible”, es la primera retrospectiva que se hace en Chile sobre este artista, explorando su trayectoria a través de obras emblemáticas: esculturas luminosas, objetos transformados, videos e instalaciones. Curaduría: Manuel Cirauqui. Planifica tu visita: Visita liberada: Lunes a domingo / 10:00 a 18:00 horas (último ingreso 17:30 horas). Visita guiadas: Martes a domingo / 19:00 y 19:30 horas y en grupo máximo de 30 personas. Recorridos familiares y talleres: Sábados y domingos 12:00 y 16:00 horas. Comparte!

How to composite with masked outputs in modo 302 | Wonder How To 15 After Effects Tutorials Every Motion Designer Needs to Watch Step up your motion graphics skills! Check out these 15 extremely insightful After Effects tutorials. With thousands of After Effects tutorials on the Internet it can be extremely difficult to pinpoint the ones that are actually helpful. To help you overcome this problem we’ve created a list of the 15 After Effects tutorials we believe every VFX artist needs to watch. 1. AE Lesson Learned: Subtle movements are key to selling motion in AE. 2. AE Lesson Learned: How lights can effect objects in 3D space. 3. AE Lesson Learned: Adding chromatic aberration can help blend your elements together and make your design more visually interesting. 4. AE Lesson Learned: Polar Coordinates is one of the most helpful effects in AE, a feature that isn’t used by many new designers. 5. AE Lesson Learned: There is always more than one way to go about doing something in After Effects. 6. AE Lesson Learned: 2D effects can work in 3D space by using a simple After Effects expression. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.