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The ‘Photoshop Guys’ at PhotoshopTV, Scott Kelby, Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski, have released the 18th episode of PhotoshopTV in which they share tips, news, tutorials and answer some questions. PhotoshopTV Episode 18

This time the guys show an automatic way to crop and rotate picture from scanned photos, how to add a bit of ‘bling’ to your images using glints, the ins and outs of threshold layers masks and how to use layers to make a weather-beaten sign.

This tutorial by Jeremy Schultz shows how duotones, when created with the right curves, can combine a full range of values with extra tonal depth. This tutorial will show how Photohop duotone, tritone and quadtone techniques can be stretched even farther to create designs that look like they came right off the letterpress.

PhotoshopTV Episode 17The ‘Photoshop Guys’ at PhotoshopTV, Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski, have released the 17th episode of PhotoshopTV. In this episode they will again share some tips, news, tutorials and answer some questions.

This time the guys share a tutorial for accurately color correcting your images, hand tinting your images and how to add scan lines.

John Shannon shows in this tutorial how to create realistic grass. However John doesn’t use the default Photoshop grass brush, but creates a unique shape that he uses throughout the tutorial to build up the grass.

The tutorial was originally written for Photoshop 5.5, so most people shouldn’t have a problem to follow the steps.

CrateRon Dunlap shows in this detailed tutorial how to create a wooden crate. This old tutorial was originally written for Photoshop 3 and 4 but should still be easy to follow for intermediate users of later Photoshop versions.

PhotoshopTV Episode 16The ‘Photoshop Guys’ at PhotoshopTV, Dave Cross, Matt Kloskowski and Scott Kelby have released the 16th episode of PhotoshopTV. In this episode they will again share some tips, news, tutorials and answer some questions.

Some things that are getting attention is a tutorial for handwriting effects, Adobe bridge and how to use it for the most common tasks and a tutorial on how to create photo collages.

CatTalented artist Eric Tranchefeux shows in this article how well Photoshop can be used to create super realistic images from scratch.

The article is divided in 4 major sections:

- Sketching
- Coloring
- Detailing
- Lighting

Vinny Chirayil shows how you can use Photoshop to create a realistic 3D look.3D look

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