LovelyPoetess 10:10PM Thu, 26 February 2009
Well this more than fills my quota for "learning something every day". Thanks for taking the time to type and illustrate the whole process. : )
BernieStafford 12:11PM Thu, 10 July 2008
Excellent tutorial Rich, well written, easy to understand & above all it taught me some stuff that I didn't already know!! :-) Many thanks.
TomDart 7:40PM Wed, 11 June 2008
Rich, I have been through the tut and this is a fine one. I knew to set exposure low in dodge burn but the girsempa unsharp mask part was new. I recorded this as an action and it works well. Adjusting fill or opacity makes the image work quite well according to the render intended. I have one tut up there and know it takes time, effort and thought to do a tut. Thanks so very much for a fine job..all who read should benefit. TomDart.
Meglaurel 9:11PM Sun, 08 June 2008
many times the digitals that have to submit lack the depth due to the resin pour use to cover the watercolors and acrylic inks. with your help can walk myself through to "retrieve that look without the glare" of trying to manipulate the lighting and it becomes more "true" to the original image. Cannot thank you enough! Its the start of "artfair drama and submission". This will allow for a cleaner more true to life take on the work.
girsempa 5:20PM Sun, 08 June 2008
Might well be one of the most useful tutorials out there (or here). Very clear, comprehensible (and comprehensive) and well written ;o)
MrsRatbag 11:11AM Sun, 08 June 2008
Wow, you're much easier to understand than the online instructor in the class I'm taking! Thanks, great lesson!
Meowgli 9:14PM Sat, 07 June 2008
...actually just realised I did in fact learn something new from this in your recommended action for multiple passes on USM, sharpening's an artform in itself and one with which I must experiment more, ta mate =)
Meowgli 3:43PM Sat, 07 June 2008
yup well written dude, personally I was already familiar with these steps but for those who aren't you've provided an eloquent and useful guide that's easy to follow and well illustrated ;)
bobbystahr 11:43AM Sat, 07 June 2008
Well done tutorial man.. ...