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Color management in PS

Hi,
I had from time to time some problems with my photos looking different in PS, then different here on RB, and different on dA. I finally digged a little bit with google and found very interesting and quick tutorial on setting up PS.

Maybe this will be useful for somebody. :)

LINK

D.

MY first RB sale!!

WOW!
Totally WOW!
I just came back from my holidays, checking my mailbox.. And there was an e-mail, that I just made my first sale on RB. I am soooo happy!

I sold a t-shirt:

This is fantastic! :D

D.

BTW.. I’m glad to be back. :))

Taking some time off

Hi friends!
I will be gone for 2 weeks with no PC/laptop/netbook, and no internet connection. I am going to Norway for my vacation. Leaving in an hour. So see you soon!

Dominika

February..

If you don’t know yet, I have become a co-host in Digital Photography group. It is something new for me, and a very interesting experience. :)

I have also reached over 10 000 views on my art, and I would like to thank you guys for this. :)

Very, very warm hugs!!
Dominika

Quick tips & tricks

I generally learned this by myself and I want to share. :) It’s about making photo look more vintage, and more like from film cameras. I see the similarities to the first photos I took with simple, small film camera. I used Photoshop CS3.…

1. Get yourself a photo you would like to edit.. I’ve chosen one of mine:

2. Open it in PS, and add a new layer on top of it. Take a purple colour (something between light and dark) and fill layer with it. Now you should be seeing something like this:

3. Now change the layer mode to “pin light”. It will reduce the amount of contrast, adding a new colour. Most of the times you need to reduce to opacity of layer. This time I used 50%. In general – more dark places, less opacity. Now it looks like this:

You can ofcourse play and change opacity and colour

Art featured

Wow,
This is amazing! Yeasterday my first sold print on dA, and today big feature on redubble!!

Amazing. Thank you people. :)))

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