1. Tutorial 9, Chapter 3 - Gun

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    Ok I know I promised to keep the show length down but I had so much competitiony goodness to tell you about this week that I kinda over-ran my 30 minutes again. Sorry! But on the bright side this week you get the chance to win a ColorVision Spyder 2 PRO in our first ever PhotoWalkthrough Challenge! The topic of the challenge is "Colour" and all you have to do to win is take a photo inspired by that topic, upload it to Flickr and tag it with "pwchallenge1". On today's show we convert Michelle's image to a gradient mapped sepia tone and add even more grunge using those Nagel brushes. And at the end I finish up by quickly showing you an image by Agnes Liu that does a similar job of distressing a photo. Inspiring stuff!

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    • Tutorial 9, Chapter 2 - Gun

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      It's another monster of a show. This week I over-ran to 33 minutes. Sorry about that - I'll try and keep it under 30 minutes in future. Lots of good stuff in there, though. Today I talk about brushes, especially how to load brush sets and modify your own brushes to get the effect you want. We use those brushes on Michelle's Gun image to add "grunge". I also take the time to go back over some more selection techniques that I missed out last week. Turns out I could easily do an hour just on making selections alone! Also this week I'm upping the production values a little by adding some music during the announcements. I even added a quick fly-in info panel part way through. Let me know if you like the additions! Big thanks to Peter Marquardt - Chris' brother - for the new music.

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      • Tutorial 9, Chapter 1 - Gun

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        Well it's the longest, hardest show I've ever produced but at last it's here. This was a monster, taking over 7 hours from beginning of planning to the end of uploading. Today I start looking at Michelle's Gun image and we begin by looking at the many ways to make selections and how you can save and load those selections and then use them for selectively lens blurring your images.

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        • A136 Lecture 25: Photoshop Post Processing of Exterior Renderings from V-Ray

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          Overview of post-processing techniques in Photoshop on a V-Ray rendering. Includes layer blending modes and clone stamp tool usage for collage and site integration.

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          • New York - Unbranded #1

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            Shot on 4/5/2013 in New York near Times Square. To make this scene more timeless and less distracting I removed everything all logos of corporations, building names, etc.

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            • Imaging Unit Digital Surrealism Activity part 2

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              • Logo Removal in After Effects Tutorial

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                Jordan Shipman demonstrates a simple technique to remove logos from video using some motion tracking and the paint or clone stamp tool. For more info visit: http://jordanshipman.lt11.com/2012/07/25/logo-removal-in-after-effects-tutorial/ http://www.lt11.com http://pro.lt11.com http://jordanshipman.lt11.com http://facebook.com/louderthan11 http://twitter.com/therealshipman

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                • Understanding the clone stamp tool

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                  Use the Clone Stamp Tool Photoshop

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                  • Photoshop Retouching - 360º Panorama

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                    Touching up a few spots on a stitched panorama, per client's request. Apparently I make weird motions with my mouth and chin while photoshopping. Kind of like a guitar player during an epic solo, you just got a feel it with your whole body. Music Credit: Dream Theater In the Name of God (remixed a bit) http://studiomds.com

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                    • Instabook: Photo Manipulation at the push of Button

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                      InstaBook a conceptual device that tries to imagine, what the next big thing is that instagram/facebook, could release. Maybe it says goodbye with hours of masking, cloning, ... And instead let's focus on your creative vision. Software used: Adobe photoshop, Adobe After effect and Adobe Audition. - VOICE OVER are you tired of those ugly photoalbums? Do you just want to sit down on a park bench, pull out your photobook and take the most artistic pictures ever? Introducing a revolutionary device called InstaBook, it's a groundbreaking piece of hardware with features as content-aware layerdetection and hunderds of smart filters which makes photomanupulation as easy as a push of a button. For example: take a picture like you're in a dream with the Margritte filter or get pulled in your darkest nightmare with the Dali filter By capturing all the imagedata RAW we make it posible edit ours, or create your own smart filters, with no creative limits. All this on a needle sharp retina display. Now of course you want to show the world your masterpieces. Well we thought of that too. All InstaBooks are connected to the blazing fast 4G network so you all upload your pictures to all major social network. Including our own world know instapaper, praised by artcritiques and audience worldwide. So order your 32/64/128 kilopage Intabook now. - As Colorful As Ever by Broke For Free, Album layer http://brokeforfree.com/ You can check my quickly growing porfolio here http://www.behance.net/crazyuniverse and follow me on twitter @mycrazyuniverse and of course if like it do hesitate to share it with friends, or maybe spread the idea because think we all want one day this thing to become real. Special Thanks To Frederic Beart and Filip Joos for delivering the beautiful footage and guidance in this assignment. They are both teacher Motion at Howest, Department Devine, Digital Design and Media. Wanna no more about What Devine is well there's no better place than www.devine.be If you like this be sure to check, my rapidly growing at http://www.behance.net/crazyuniverse Tip if you know me look closely maybe your name is somewhere in this video.

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