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Photoshop Cafe presents their DVD, Photoshop Secrets: Photographic Effects, with Colin Smith. Smith will take you through 27 different lessons, geared to help you get the most of out of the famed photo editing software. Learn how to go beyond simply processing your photos to creating traditional darkroom techniques and other highly stylized effects, all at your own pace. Lessons on the DVD include Cartoon Effect, Tilt Shift Miniaturization, Vintage Photo, Rain, and many more intriguing options.
About the Presenter
Colin Smith is founder of the #1 PhotoshopCAFE online community which has received over 30 million visitors
Colin has Authored/Coauthored 18 books. He has won numerous awards including 3 Guru awards. He's been nominated for the Photoshop Hall of Fame twice. Colin is a regular columnist for Photoshop User Magazine. He's been featured in almost every major imaging magazine, and is in high demand as a speaker at major industry events including Flash Forward and WPPI. He consults such companies as ABC Disney, Apple, and Adobe
Step by Step Walkthrough: All Files Included
This fast loading DVD ROM contains 3.5 hours of brand new sharp video. The advanced interface allows the user to instantly jump to any of the 27 lessons with complete control over the playback including full screen. All the lesson files are included, so you can follow along at your own pace!
CH1 Creating Different Camera Looks
Lens Zoom: Simulate the effect of a zooming lens with a slow shutter speed
Fake HDR: Create an effect that mimics a tone mapped HDR photo from a single image
Fake HDR 2: Use HDR Toning to Create an effect that mimics a tone mapped HDR photo from a single image
Toy Camera: Change your photo to look like it was shot with a plastic camera, such as a Holga or toy camera
Split Tone: Create a split tone effect with color cast in shadows and highlights
Split tone 2: Create a split tone effect in Camera Raw with color cast in shadows and highlights
Black and White - Grayscale: Two methods of grayscale conversion for the best results. Also an explanation of what's happening
Antique Look: Change your photo to look like it was shot in the 1800's with the Frederick Archer style wet process
Vintage Photo: A popular old-time look, both in faded color and sepia tone
CH2 Changing the Mood
Hyper Detailed: Create a smooth, but detailed image, along the lines of a Dave Hill style
Cinematic Look: Apply some processing to give a photo a cinematic movie feel
Fake Sunset: Take a photograph from the middle of the day and make it look like it's sunset
Dreamy Slide Sandwich: Create a glowing, soft, doubled feel that adds an amazing feel to a photograph
Magical Glow: Create a romantic feel, by softening the highlights of a photograph and making the whites glow. Both landscapes and wedding photos covered
Soft Portrait Focus: Add a nice soft glow to portraits, for the glamorous touch
CH3 Artistic Effects
Area Color: Make the photograph black and white, except for a single colored object
Cartoon Effect: Turn a photo into a cartoon, a fun effect
Hand Painted Looks: Learn how to make your photo look like different hand-painted styles, including a simulated canvas background
Pencil Sketch: Turn a photo into a convincing pencil sketch. Also included colorizing and etching techniques
Change color: Change the color of a portion of a photograph without making any selections
Psychedelic Sunburst: Create a sunburst effect that Jimi Hendricks would love
CH4 Special Effects
Tilt Shift Miniaturization: Fake a tilt shift effect. Make huge objects in photos look like miniatures
Depth of Field: Add a depth of field effect to a sharp photograph. This goes way beyond just a simple blur
Water Reflection: Create a lake of water in a dry place. Very believable and unbelievably simple
Rain: Create a rain effect. Add layers of rain to simulate distance
Sky Replacement: Take a plain boring sky and replace it with a nice cloudy sky. Some extra tips to add correct atmosphere and coloring so it looks real
Light Beams - Night for Day Effect: Create beams of light and illuminate a subject realistically. Change a daytime shot into a night shot. Also learn to change the color of the lighting in a single move
Uploading to iPad: Learn how to watch this video on an iPad or other portable device