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Photoshop Tutorials

Photoshop Tutorials
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 Related:  talleres y cursosTutorial

Photoshop Tutorials, How To, Guides Photoshop Action: cross-process your images for stylised portraits Create a Photoshop Action to create stylised portraits using the cross-processing technique. 0 Comments | Read more Photoshop CS6: Create a dashed line effect in 4 quick steps Using Photoshop CS6’s new Stroke tool, we show you how to create cut-out lines around a selection in four very quick steps. 0 Comments | Read more Photoshop tricks: Create a quirky upside down portrait By using Layers and Photoshop’s Transform tool, we show you how you can easily flip any face upside down. 0 Comments | Read more How to fake shallow depth of field using Photoshop filters and masks In our latest photo editing tutorial we show you how to use a series of simple Photoshop effects to blur your background and create a shallow depth of field effect. 0 Comments | Read more Create an infrared image in 6 simple steps Capturing infrared images in-camera can be a real hassle. 0 Comments | Read more 0 Comments | Read more 0 Comments | Read more

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.

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:

Mastering Photoshop With Paths Anomalously residing within the pixel-gridded world of Photoshop are a series of tools waiting to break out of the canvas’ inherent squareness. Mastering these tools opens the stage for a higher level of flexibility, full of clean lines and non-destructive editing. Presented here is a guide to help you build proficiency, increase productivity and demystify the elusive world of Paths. Creation Pen Tool The Pen tool ( ) – simple to use but difficult to master. Always use as few points as possible. Place an anchor at every acute or abrupt angle. Mid-curve anchors should be placed to comfortably accommodate curve transitions. To help set anchor points, you can turn on the ‘Rubber Band’ option – located in the drop-down next to the Custom Shape Tool button in the Pen’s property bar. Shape Tool The Shape Tool ( ) gives you access to standard geometric shapes as well as more complex presets with the Custom Shape setting. From Type From Selections Implementation Modes Shape Layer Vector Mask Use Combining

Lighting School | Photoflex Basic Lighting A good place to start. These lessons demonstrate professional lighting techniques using only basic lighting tools. Having good lighting equipment is important, but knowing how to use it well is paramount! Lessons with Video At PhotoflexLightingSchool™, we realize that people learn in different ways. Indoor Portrait Taking portrait indoors can be challenging, especially when it comes to lighting. Outdoor Portrait As seasoned photographers well know, the sun can provide beautiful light for outdoor portraits. Product/Still Life Whether you're looking to improve your product photography, learn special effects such as stop-action photography, or simply learn how to create beautiful still life scenes, this section is full of invaluable tips and techniques that will assist in creating what you envision. How Our Products Work Oftentimes, it can be difficult determining which equipment was used for a particular shot and more importantly, what that equipment brought to the shot.

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“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!