Photoshop User TV: PhotoshopUserTV: Using Color Range to Extract Glass and Golden Color Cast – Episode 254

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Corey has a tutorial about using color range on an image to extract glass and make it transparent. Matt shares a Lightroom tip about organizing presets in folders. Special guest Calvin Hollywood shows off a retouching technique to create a golden color cast on an image. Matt has another tutorial on color correction in Photoshop.
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putv01252011 Corey has a tutorial about using color range on an image to extract glass and make it transparent. Matt shares a Lightroom tip about organizing presets in folders. Special guest Calvin Hollywood shows off a retouching technique to create a golden color cast on an image. Matt has another tutorial on color correction in Photoshop.

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  1. Michael Fauci says:

    The magic wand tool.

  2. John Swarce says:

    Great episode, guys! Really liked Calvin’s tip! Nice to get some international flavor to PSU TV. Matt, I’ve been reading Scott’s CS5 book and just read about Dave’s midtone tip. How strange.

    BTW, what happened to Dave?

    –John

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  4. Josh Singer says:

    lol….guys you gotta watch this (at least the intro) without turning on the speakers…it is so funny.

  5. Bob MacDonald says:

    Paint Bucket Tool

  6. Ritvik Dhavale says:

    Eyedropper Tool

  7. Tim Champion says:

    the answer is
    the magic wand tool

    cant wait to go

    thanks

    champ

  8. Roger says:

    Nice tips this week.

  9. [...] only, Calvin Hollywood! He shares a great tip on simply and easily adding a golden color cast. Check it out, along with the other great stuff on Photoshop User [...]

  10. Denis says:

    Cool show:

    Really enjoyed the color range & color correction tips. Looking forward to the next show.

    Regards,
    Denis.

  11. cyron123 says:

    Hi calvin. A real good job. Looking forward to see you on Kelby Trainings. Greetings from “Mannem” (Germany)

  12. Last week’s contest answer you gave isn’t right.

  13. brent says:

    hi these are some great videos i was looking to find out how to make my photo i take for eCommerce look more profession that something that looks like i am a home seller on ebay. maybe its called stock photos. i want them to be the best of quality. i have a decent cannon camera not a “SLR” but i think i should be able to do this. Is there information, a class or something to help me achieve this goal

  14. Awesome tip for finding the grey point on images using 50% grey fill and threshold adjustment. I use this all the time now you have shown us how to do it.

    I have refined it slightly by dragging a horizontal and vertical rule to make a cross hair where the grey area so that I don’t have to remember where it is when I delete the threshold adjustment and 50% grey layer.

    Maybe I just have a bad memory though.

  15. behrooz says:

    is there psd file for this training ?

  16. joseph chan says:

    Just saw Calvin Hollywood on http://www.kelbytraining.com. I give him five stars as a instructor.

  17. Robert says:

    A show without Scott… less horsing around, but still good tips :)

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