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AuthorSubject: Real World Tutorial?   [Go to Bottom of Page]
Brian McKinlay
Posted on Mon Feb 23, 2004 7:16 PM

A thought for the site:

How about something like this:

Post a raw-capture image on the site. One (or better yet, more than one) of the experts does a step-by-step tutorial on processing this image in Photoshop, from the captured image to final output, with first of all a critique of it's flaws (from a technical, not artistic point of view), followed by a detailed "how and why" of each step taken to enhance it, including their own trial-and-error steps of what "worked" and what didn't.

So much of what is written about photoshop tells us what various features do, but they don't teach us how to look at an image and make decisions about what needs to be done and what tools in PS will best accomplish it.

Perhaps the image could be chosen from those submitted by subscribers, perhaps they could be chosen from files of the experts. Perhaps they could be treated in different ways (e.g. basic, intermediate, and advanced techniques).

Subscribers might also be given the opportunity to download the original image and submit their final versions for comparison and comment by experts as well as by other subscribers.

Maybe this could be a once a month feature.

Just a thought; what do you think?


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