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Photoshop  // Posts tagged as "Photoshop"

Jan 08 2008 Posted by in multimedia | Comments Off on Vignettae


Just a little off the sides, please. I love me some vignettes, and incorporate them in some way on just about every graphic or video that crosses my transom. Most of the time it’s quite subtle, not just that templated “heavenly” or “dream sequence” white-corner effect. Let’s say you’re doing some work for a big […]


Nov 21 2006 Posted by in multimedia | Comments Off on Fresh From the Oven (Photoshop)

Fresh From the Oven (Photoshop)

I need to convert a bunch of files [in Photoshop]. They’re all pretty much the same, so there’s got to be some kind of regimented way of doing this wihtout opening all 74 of them individually. . . . Of course there is. Some apps call it batch processing, but in Photoshop, they generally refer […]


Nov 10 2006 Posted by in multimedia | 1 comment

Web on TV (Photoshop)

. . . when i see TV commercials for web sites, they make it look more visual by animating the page in 3D, zooming way in on page features, etc. how are they able to do this with a low-resolution web page? It’s true that the web page itself is only 72ppi, but most of […]


Oct 23 2006 Posted by in multimedia | 2 comments

The 20-Year Filter (Photoshop)

I always hear about photographers “airbrushing” [their glamor shots]. In the modern era where everything’s obviously done in Photoshop . . . what’s the best technique for getting that flawless skin? The first thing I do is take care of hotspots, where the light reflects and blows the image out to white or near-white, which […]


Sep 21 2006 Posted by in multimedia | Comments Off on Dodge & Burn (Photoshop)

Dodge & Burn (Photoshop)

Dodge & Burn (Photoshop)

Here’s a master-class technique someone showed me a few years ago. When you have some spotty lightening/darkening correction to perform on an image, it’s more efficient to do this work all on one single layer that serves as a pseudo-adjustment layer, rather than the traditional endless undo/redo auditioning as you go along. Create a New […]