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Photoshop Tips Edited x 3

Thu Feb 15, 2007, 7:40 AM
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I just found a pretty cool site for PhotoshopCS2 tips & techniques movielibrary.lynda.com/html/mo… and thought I'd pass it along to you. :heart:

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For photogs and Photoshop users alike :iconmosredna: was kind enough to give me this link to some tips on post processing, check it out www.photowalkthrough.com/.

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Thank you :iconthiagoesp: for this new link on color management in Photoshop, something I really need! www.computer-darkroom.com/ps9_…

*EDIT #3*
Adobe RGB 1998 or sRGB?? I've switched, after this article you may too. www.cambridgeincolour.com/tuto…
Thank you so much :iconathansor: for these two great links!! www.smugmug.com/help/srgb-vers…


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Faylinn Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2007
It worked! You are a genius, and I worship the ground you walk on, worship your shoes and your socks and your toenails! THE SUN IS SHINING! And all because of your sun dance! You've got to explain to me how you did that!

Well, it did not actually shine on Friday, so no pictures, and it rained and stormed on saturday (my birthday), but now it's Sunday, and it sunny, and I'll be grabbing my coat in a minute so I can run around and enjoy it! :D
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2007
Hey you never told me it was going to be your birthday, a perfect e-card opportunity! :D
I'm so glad you finally got some sun! :boogie: I know exactly how you feel you just want to go out and enjoy it! :relax: But one good thing about never getting sun is you'll always have nice wrinkle-free skin! :D
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Faylinn Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2007
:heart: thanks a lot for your e-card! :heart: And the sun was wonderful! It's gone again today, but yesterday was sunny and bright and I got to visit the Landschaftspark Nord, one of the most bizarre places I know...it's a giant old steel production plant, that was closed 20 years ago (I think) and left to rust. They could not take down the whole place for some reason, so they just let it overgrow with trees and vines and left the whole thing to rust. It ended up looking so bizarre that they opened it for the public again, and now everybody can go there, and walk and climb around a scenery that looks as if it fell out of some post-apocalyptic science-fiction movie. Always fun to visit! :D
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2007
I'm so glad you liked the card! :clap: Wow the Landschaftspark Nord sounds wonderful I bet you could get some great photo there!
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Faylinn Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2007
It is....I have tons of pictures from that place, but never get around to post them somehow...I always feel I didn't do the place justice :-)
Are there places like that near where you live, too?
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2007
Not that I know of, here if something starts to get old they tear it down and put up something new in it's place! :( I'm just waiting for them to start doing it to people! :giggle: I loved exploring old places when I was a kid and believe me if I could find some ruins I'd be checking them out! :nod:
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Faylinn Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2007
That's sad...there is a lot of history that ends this way...the industrial epoche might be boring for us, but there should still be preserved buildings for the generations to come I think...like us liking Art Noveau, which was totally out in the fifties.
Old places can have such charm...I visited a village in Sweden once, that had been completely conserved from 18something, and it was completely fascinating :-)
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kayceeus Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2007
I agree, it is a part of our history plus old buildings have so much character. :nod:
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Faylinn Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2007
That's sad...there is a lot of history that ends this way...the industrial epoche might be boring for us, but there should still be preserved buildings for the generations to come I think...like us liking Art Noveau, which was totally out in the fifties.
Old places can have such charm...I visited a village in Sweden once, that had been completely conserved from 18something, and it was completely fascinating :-)
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Athansor Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2007  Professional Photographer
Hey!!! Somehow I never subscribed to your journal!!! :( (Not like we don't talk enough as it is! ;)) I have to remedy that!!! (And you are, of course, more than welcome! ;))
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