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    Thumbs up Photoshop Curves Tutorials

    I just wrote a post on my blog about how to use curves in Photoshop. It goes over some of the basics of what can be done with curves, and how to accomplish it.

    There are a couple of YouTube videos, and a before & after shot of mine demonstrating how powerful curves can be.

    Hopefully it helps some of you out there. If you have any question, comments, or suggestions about topics you'd like to learn about in the future, please let me know and I'll make a post about it.

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    Thanks for the find the more info the better TFS


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    Gday mate .. I wouldnt mind a comprehensive tutorial on blending modes if you have time ??

    Its something im struggling with a little ..
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    Thanks man, appreciate it

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    Thanks for that. i am just starting on Photoshop and it is pretty daunting. I am happy to listen to a simple explanation of levels. very helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by judybee View Post
    i am just starting on Photoshop and it is pretty daunting. I am happy to listen to a simple explanation of levels.
    have a look at Ricks Levels Tutuorial Judy ...

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    YW to all that it helped!

    Quote Originally Posted by bigdazzler View Post
    Gday mate .. I wouldnt mind a comprehensive tutorial on blending modes if you have time ??

    Its something im struggling with a little ..
    That was actually something I started a while back, but couldn't get right. I'll definitely do some more research and see what I can whip up.

    Quote Originally Posted by judybee View Post
    Thanks for that. i am just starting on Photoshop and it is pretty daunting. I am happy to listen to a simple explanation of levels. very helpful.
    No problem! I'm sure a lot of this info seems pretty basic, but when I first started learning Photoshop, it was well-done, basic videos that really opened my eyes to what PS can do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdazzler View Post
    Gday mate .. I wouldnt mind a comprehensive tutorial on blending modes if you have time ??

    Its something im struggling with a little ..
    I'm working on a 3-part series all about blending modes now. Expect to become an expert within the next few weeks

    Anyone else have suggestions for things they'd like to learn about?

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    thanks. Just had a look and going to have a go at it.
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    Glad they helped all of you! I'm working on a big 3-part series on Photoshop blending modes, so stay tuned. It's something I've had some requests for and have wanted to do for a long time.

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    very much appreciated.
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