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Jun 10, 2004 11:46 |  #1

Scottes wrote:
Rather than making every tutorial here Sticky, I'm creating this one topic which will contains links to tutorials. So when the original tutorial topics rolls to page 2 there will always be a link to it kept here in this topic.

If you create a tutorial and post it to the forum please reply to this thread with a simple description and a link to the thread.

Post Processing #1 -
Very Basic Contrast Tutorial


Post Processing #2 - Straightening and Cropping


Post Processing #3 - Sharpening and Saving


Post Processing #4 -
Cropping


Post Processing #5 -
Camera to JPG, Quickly
Quick and simple preparation of an image. This is - more or less - my normal PS workflow and takes about 2 minutes per image.


Post Processing #6 -
Quick Keys
Using "quick keys" to select tools, commands, etc. My cheap lazy attempt for a tutorial tonight.


Post Processing #7 -
Replacing The Sky
Thoughts and comments on replacing a sky, along with a tutorial explaining how I did one. Only 2 images, lotsa words. Compatible with just about any version of Photoshop, though somewhat advanced and certainly a lengthy process if you do it this way... :)


PS Tutorial - Resizing Images Using Save For Web

CA Correction with PS CS RAW Converter
Correcting Chromatic Aberration


Masking for Noise Reduction (and Sharpening! Big!)
How to create a mask to protect details when running noise reduction on your images. And more tidbits with masks.


Creating An Avatar in Photoshop & Paint Shop Pro
Step-by-Step instructions with a couple of screen-shots for Paint Shop Pro


Maderito's Exposure Challenge;
Correcting under-exposure with CURVES

Schmoelzel's Post Processing Workflow explained
PSCS RAW Workflow

rpolitsr's Depth Maps for Lens Blur Filter in PhotoShop CS
Depth Maps for Lens Blur

TimmyQuest's Tutorial on;
Converting to Black and White

Not a Tutorial but,
A Discussion on a number of Sharpening methods

Roger Cavanagh On Sharpening Raw files,
Camera Raw and Sharpening

Let's all keep this thread reserved for "in house" Canon Digital Tutorials ONLY :)

No links to other work.. only work that we generate ourselves.

Also,. Other than my own current ramblings.. (which will be here only on a temporary basis) ...we are keeping this thread for the posting of Links to tutorials only. All others will be deleted :)


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Aug 10, 2004 10:03 |  #2

"Contrast Control" Tutorial, (sort of).

"Contrast Control" Tutorial
UPDATED 11/4/04

So, you've got an image of a polished aluminum aircraft in the bright sunlight, & half the pic is blown out.
Here's the Tut I used to try to fix the pic.

Selecting areas in PhotoShop
UPDATED 10/24/04

There are many ways to make selections, & they can be really difficult to get right if you only use the "automatic" methods. If you're having problems getting a good selection of a large, solid object like a car, then try this.


Need to remove a background from something?

I shot a '37 Willys last night. It seemed to be too pretty to just leave it in the parking lot! So I made a background for it.
If you're having trouble understanding what a Layer Mask does, this might help. ;)


PS Blend modes can make a shot out of "nothing"!

This is simple stuff when you know the "secrets"! Shoot some skies with clouds, trees that would look good in the background, etc., & save them in a file... you’ll be glad that you did!
;)
Out of Gamut: Thoughts on a Sharpening Workflow  (external link)

This is a great sharpening overview that has something for everyone!


Example of Layer Masks for detailed changes.
See my posts.
It started on this thread where I posted the workflow: ***/// Creating this in CS...
Then finished in this one with an example: Airport runway shoot
Layer mask in Elements 4.0
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=237985

New to layers?
Layers, Layers, Layers (Part 1 for beginners) (external link)

EXIF: EXIF info can be important when you have a problem image to ask questions for us to answer. Try to include it when you post an image because sometimes we can find things in the image & the EXIF that you haven't thought to mention.
In Photoshop this can easily be done by using "Save As", instead of "Save For Web" which gives a slightly smaller file size, but really doesn't tell us anything.

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Schmoelzel's thread By popular request....workflow tutorial. on correcting blue, underexposed images.


FrankC - 20D, RAW, Manual everything...
Classic Carz, Racing, Air Show, Flowers.
Find the light... A few Car Lighting Tips, and MOVE YOUR FEET!
Have you thought about making your own book? // Need an exposure crutch?
New Image Size Limits: Image must not exceed 1600 pixels on any side.

  
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Oct 26, 2004 12:23 |  #3

A number of interesting documents from Adobe:
http://www.adobe.com …limag/ps_pro_pr​imers.html (external link)

including:

Digital Workflow for Raw Processing
Calibrating the Digital Darkroom Environment
A Color Managed Raw Workflow
Making the Transition from Film to Digital
Highlight Recovery in Adobe Camera Raw


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Nov 14, 2004 17:06 |  #4

Using linear conversion to process RAW files may allow you to recovery details from blown areas.

Click here for details


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Jan 21, 2005 05:22 |  #5

Lots of Photoshop tutorials, plug-ins, actions, etc. here:
http://www.photoshopsu​pport.com/ (external link)


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Feb 10, 2005 09:02 |  #6

Russell Brown's Photoshop Tech Tips (external link)

Lots of scripts for Photoshop, Dr. Brown's Image Processor is a "famous" script for batch processing in Photoshop.


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Feb 12, 2005 09:01 |  #7

I've just created a new tutorial on organizing your digital photo collection.

Tutorial: How to Organize Your Digital Photos


Gary Hendricks
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Mar 09, 2005 09:21 as a reply to  @ gary_hendricks's post |  #8

Another link to useful articles/tutorials (check out the PDFs at the lower half of the page under Resources):

http://www.adobe.com/d​igitalimag/ps_pro.html (external link)


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Mar 09, 2005 10:39 |  #9

A quicky on healing and cloning in CS

https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=61319




  
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Apr 13, 2005 15:44 as a reply to  @ chris.bailey's post |  #10

Sports - Team Collage


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May 30, 2005 05:09 |  #11

Anandtech (a technology review site) posted this post-processing guide for PSE and PS. Here's the link, it may be usefull for newbies (it was for me)

http://www.anandtech.c​om …meras/showdoc.a​spx?i=2380 (external link)




  
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Jun 08, 2005 18:24 |  #12

For those who want to use DPP

http://photoworkshop.c​om/canon/dpp/ (external link)


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Using Adobe Photoshop to Make Panoramas

Some advice on getting good photos to make panoramas with in Adobe Photoshop and then how to stitch them together with Photoshop's Photomerge feature.


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Jul 18, 2005 13:30 as a reply to  @ Rick Baker's post |  #15

How to Edit, Resize and Print Your Photos in Photoshop

this is a a very basic article for beginners on how to do some very basic editing, resizing and printing in Adobe Photoshop. If you have Photoshop and a digital camera and are wondering how to brighten, darken, saturate, sharpen, crop your photos and then resize and print them check it out.

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