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    Thumbs up Photoshop Training Channel Tutorials Thread

    Hope you enjoy this video. Any questions let me know!Thanks!Tutorial Asset Files:http://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/...bourne-legacy/Final Image:Photoshop Training Channel Tutorials Thread-photoshoptrainingchannel-albums-my-work-picture21245-bourne-legacy-movie-poster-tutorial-here-ht-jpg
    Last edited by Hoogle; 09-16-2013 at 12:25 PM. Reason: Merged 22 thereads that user was just bumping to flood whats new forum

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    Re: Cool Movie Poster In Photoshop!

    I'll have to watch the tut but the final outcome looks great!

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    Re: Cool Movie Poster In Photoshop!

    This is a great tutorial!

    thanks!

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    Re: Cool Movie Poster In Photoshop!

    that's a very long tutorial ! perhaps later i will do it and will post my work , thanks !

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    Thumbs up Amazing Photoshop Aging Tutorial - From Young To Old



    Hope you enjoy this video.

    Any questions let me know!
    Thanks!

    Tutorial Asset Files Here:
    http://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/...-old-tutorial/


    Final Image:
    Photoshop Training Channel Tutorials Thread-young-old-photoshop-final-jpg

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    Young to Old - Aging in Photoshop - Before And After

    Photoshop Training Channel Tutorials Thread-young-old-photoshop-final-jpg

    Let me know what you think!

    here's a video of how I made it
    http://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/...-old-tutorial/

    thanks!

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    Re: Young to Old - Aging in Photoshop - Before And After

    I like this transition lol...

    But not many young people want to look old.

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    Re: Young to Old - Aging in Photoshop - Before And After

    No kidding. I'm not giving you my picture and I'm not "young."

    Nice job!
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    Wow, great work. What you guys do with photoshop is unreal.

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    How To Use Photoshop's Script Event Manager To Speed Up Your Workflow



    In This tutorial I will show you how to use the scripts events manager in Adobe Photoshop to enhance your workflow.


    I'll be showing you how to setup Adobe Photoshop CS6′s Script Events Manager to perform an action right after an image has been opened.


    This is a great way to make custom actions the default actions for the Photoshop.

    Let me know if you have any questions,
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    http://photoshoptrainingchannel.com/...obe-photoshop/

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