Creative Frames with Refine Edge

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Finishing Touches, Layer Effects, Photography, Tutorials, Video Tutorials

Freezing Moving HDR Subjects

This technique is written for Photoshop CS5 and Photomatix Pro, but can be accomplished using Photoshop CS4 and Photomatix Pro. Photoshop CS5′s Merge to HDR Pro has a remove ghosts feature that is both easy to use and remarkably powerful for freezing moving subjects. I use it regularly when creating photorealistic HDR scenes. For hyperrealistic…

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Compositing, Photography, Special Effects, Text Tutorials, Tutorials

Automated Spot Removal

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Correction, Retouching, Tutorials, Video Tutorials

Masking Over Text

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Layer Effects, Tutorials, Type, Video Tutorials

3D Repousse Split Mesh Effects

Using Photoshop CS5 Extended take advantage of the new Respousse 3D Effects Tool for on a Type Layer and extend it’s features to each of the type layer characters. Step One: Open Choice Image as Backdrop In Photoshop > File > Open menu command and browse to select your choice image as I have captured…

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CS5, Design, Special Effects, Text Tutorials, Tutorials

Mosaic Layer Mask

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Design, Layer Effects, Tutorials, Video Tutorials

Image Wizards

NAPP Member Special: Order two 16″ x 24″ AluminArte prints with the finish of your choice with our new frameless brushed aluminum float mount option for $199.

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Discounts, Other

Light Photographic Workshops

Light Photographic Workshops, formerly the Lepp Institute, is the premier digital school in the United States featuring 16 student work stations arranged in a stadium seating format. Each is equipped with a high-performance computer, two monitors, a Wacom tablet and other creative tools. In addition, every two students share a medium-format, gallery quality printer and large format printers are networked to all.

NAPP Members receive 10% off.

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Discounts, Training
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