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Jun 04, 2010 05:19 |  #1

I posted this in the People forum. Figured I'd post it here as well for those who hadn't seen it.

Tutorials:
Please watch in HD

Photoshop™ Quick Tip: #1
Vintage Film Light Leak

Video: http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=vX4O6LSiHFM (external link)

Examples:

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Photoshop™ Quick Tip: #2
Dave Hill/HDR/XDR/Over-processed Look

Video: http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=OuFpcgyCZUA (external link)

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So for the next couple tutorials I think I'm gonna show compositing skies, compositing objects, and cover skin retouching. I also will probably show some severe color correction techniques as well. What does everyone think?

Feel free to add your own also.

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Jun 04, 2010 15:25 |  #2

Vintage film? Interesting term.

Your works does look similar to the 1960ish and 70ish stuff that comes across my desk. I can see it now. Someone gets one of these Photoshopped pictures and brings it to me for restoring and I spend numerous hours reversing your process!


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Aug 24, 2010 00:35 |  #3

A Perfect Lie in Photoshop™: Tutorial
Skin Retouching Tutorial

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=HwtuG107ack&h​d=1 (external link)


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Aug 24, 2010 09:07 |  #4

Thanks for sharing Cameron.


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Aug 24, 2010 09:52 |  #5

Great Vid/help Cameron...thanks!


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Dec 07, 2010 04:41 |  #6

Photoshop™ Quick Tip: #3
Lomography Style Effect

Video: http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=75XkVJDiYIw (external link)

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A Perfect Lie in Photoshop: Tutorial
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Jan 31, 2011 18:15 |  #7

Rad stuff. Thanks for sharing!


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Jan 31, 2011 18:20 |  #8

Thanks for sharing


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Jan 31, 2011 18:30 |  #9

thanks for sharing




  
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Jan 31, 2011 19:08 |  #10

Thank you


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Feb 01, 2011 03:55 |  #11

No problem guys!

Check out my time lapsed case study for this picture here:
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=EgSQtUH5xAU (external link)

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Nov 02, 2012 13:16 |  #12

Cool stuff, I've been looking for a tutorial for light leaks!


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Nov 03, 2012 06:38 as a reply to  @ natalieerachel's post |  #13

This is funny. Years ago just about the worst thing that could happen to your camera was to develop a light leak.

Now, here we are, some 35 years later and the light leak is being seen by some as cool.

I'm a stranger in a strange land.


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