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Super Cool Jazzfest 2013 Poster by  Christoffer Meyer

Super Cool Jazzfest 2013 Poster by Christoffer Meyer

June 25, 2013 from abduzeedo's blog

It's always incredible to see what designers and digital artists can do with the tools available nowadays. Photoshop has become such a powerful tool that it's possible to make some simple and clever ideas come true with precision and style...

Professional Photo-Retouching Video Tutorial: Hair

March 14, 2009 from Youssef Sarhan's blog

(via: www.whiteinkblog.com ) I am back with a brand new exciting photo-retouching tutorial. In this tutorial I will focus on the hair. Before watching please note that there is a lot of information in this video to absorb, so watch and re-...

1. High Quality Portrait Retouching pt1

January 12, 2009 from Youssef Sarhan's blog

This is the first tutorial in a series on photographic retouching. In this tutorial I'll try to demonstrate the level of editing that goes into removing any discrepancies in the skin. I have divided the whole process into parts. Beginning...

A Perfect Truth: Reverse Photoshop Processing

January 11, 2009 from Youssef Sarhan's blog

As a follow on from yesterday, this is the second of this style. I have reversed the process, to create a reverse processing style to the video. I feel this clearly shows a person for how the really appear. Stripping back all the work to...

Bored at home with Photoshop: The Tutorial

December 25, 2008 from Cameron's blog

Last week I posted "Bored at home with Photoshop™" which showed a sped up process of me retouching an image. I was pretty surprised with the results and the simplicity of the effect. With some persuasion by Fabio, I decided to create a...

Bored at home with Photoshop

December 15, 2008 from Cameron's blog

Well it's been almost 7 months since I posted my last video on here and I have learned a lot of great techniques since then. The "A perfect lie in Adobe Photoshop" was a great start; however, I have learned that the techniques that I had...