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May 1, 2010 - Ramblings and Photos
Tutorial: PSE Toolbar

May 01, 2010
I cannot take credit for this tutorial. On the photography board, one of the ladies wrote a great tutorial on  the Photoshop Toolbar for CS4 including keyboard short cuts. Although most of the toolbar can easily be translated from CS4 to PSE, I thought I’d share it here for your reference. Move tool (shortcut: V): When something is selected or if you want to move an entire layer, this is the tool you use. Pretty self explanatory. If you click on what you’re moving then you can also use the up/down arrows to move your object. Here’s another tutorial on how to use the...
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Before & After

May 01, 2010
Karen contacted me via my Contact Me page. I was super excited to hear from her because we were October 2009 brides together. She sent me a challenge: a picture of her dog, Pugsly, taken on her point and shoot. I’ll be honest, I had a few issues…one of which was that I don’t have noiseware. I NEED NOISEWARE! So, if you’re reading this…please recommend your noiseware. So, rather than trying to fight it…I added texture. In order to achieve my after, I went through the following steps: Cropped the photo, making it a 4×6. Ran Coffeeshop’s Orton...
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