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Photoshop Tutorials

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by sik_VR, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. redfield099

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    If you have any tutorial requests just pm me, i've got a lot of experience with a lot of other areas of photoshop not just chopping cars, I'll do my best to get any tutorials i make up here.
     
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    lowering, change wheels and arch shadow tutorial in one

    this is my first tutorial post on here it was a quick chuck together hope you like it.
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    Nice photoshop , can't there be any chance to combine all good looks of all great Automatic Transmissions and create a new model. By adding the best of all in one. Give it a try too.
     
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    Nice Photoshop
     
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    The one thing I dislike about the newer versions of PS is that - if you drag & drop an image into the project, the image is locked, but can be unlocked by selecting the rubber tool, and then clicking on the image - forcing a warning to unlock it.

    1.) I would not have even dropped the picture into the program, if I didn't want to edit it. Why even lock it?
    2.) Why makes things, have even more steps?
    3.) Who the hell thought that was a good idea in the 1st place?
     

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