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  • Nasturtium
    started a blog post PS& brush names / Edit>Fade command

    PS& brush names / Edit>Fade command

    I guess this is the danger of being self taught. I just realized that PS brushes have NAMES! That sure makes painting with them easier than just using the thumbnails. lol

    Also the Edit>Fade command seems to work on all filters...including Plug-Ins! ^5 :-) This is really cool. Especially with the Medhi kaleidoscope filter. Attached is a foxglove picture manipulated in such a way.

    • Nasturtium
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      Nasturtium commented
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      You know, I don't think you ever learn Photoshop. I think the way to do it is to choose a little corner and just explore the heck out of it.

    • palms
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      palms commented
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      wow just done a double take on what Chris has wrote you can fade a undo ? must investigate that one, oh no thats the ironing gone by the board again

      Nasturtium I have often wondered if the creators of photoshop know how to use ps to the max ?

      I like to do video tuts every now and again as i learn things that way, it may not be anything new to me but there may be a new shortcut or a way of doing things i hadnt considered etc. and then promptly a month on forget all about it and start learning all over again

    • Nasturtium
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      You can fade "undo"!!!??? How cool is that!?

      I think the makers of PS may be surprised how it IS used sometimes. lol. Yes, I'm learning new easier ways to do old things...like the alt+cancel in curves & levels will revert to default. Very handy to know.
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