Photoshop User TV: PhotoshopUserTV: Opening and Editing 3D Objects and Shooting a Panoramic – Episode 317

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It's The New Season. Corey kicks things off with a 3D tutorial about opening and editing 3D objects from other applications. Scott gives some tips on shooting a panoramic and stitching it together. Pete has a tip on getting even results with the brush tool.
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It's The New Season. Corey kicks things off with a 3D tutorial about opening and editing 3D objects from other applications. Scott gives some tips on shooting a panoramic and stitching it together. Pete has a tip on getting even results with the brush tool.

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  1. Ray says:

    Great start to a new season..I have been having PSUTV withdrawal…..I feel better now….

  2. matB says:

    Hi!
    Loved the episode! Just one thing: when using “adaptive wide angle”, right-click the line you just placed and you can fix its rotation to be horizontal or vertical (then you don´t have to rotate it afterwards). ;)
    Cheers,
    mat

  3. Ray says:

    I had to come back and re-view the pano section to make sure I was correctly utilizing Scott’s recommendations. That is what I love the most about Photoship User, The ability to re visit older episodes and get a refresher tip or two…Thanks guys…

  4. John Dabarno says:

    Great show, I can’t wait to attend my first worldwide photowalk on October 13.

  5. Jose Ortiz says:

    Great show as always guys! Looking forward to the newly changed D-Town show. Quick joke.

    Why did the teacher wear sunglasses into her classroom?
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    Because her students were too bright!

  6. clinton ferrara says:

    welcome back

  7. Gerardo Palermo says:

    Welcome back!!! It felt like you guys were away for a year! Thank you for all your work!

  8. I really don’t care for prize but it is nice to see you guys back – except Pete of course.

  9. Tina Campbell says:

    I love this show!!! I work for a non-profit theater, the Cumberland County Playhouse, in Crossville, TN. I deserve the wonderful gifts to help me stay current with all the latest techniques (and I love this show!!!!).

    Thanks!!!!
    Tina Campbell
    NAPP Member since 2003

  10. Floyd F Sones says:

    Welcome back! I’ve missed my weekly fix of PS User TV. Great tips — especially the panorama segment.

  11. Sam Lauricella says:

    Great show guys. I have been watching for many years and have learned a great deal. Keep up the good work.

  12. Jack says:

    Nice to have y’all back. Where’s Dave Cross?
    Excellent tip on panorama processing. Will now have to upgrade to CS6.

  13. Wil says:

    Thanks for coming back with a great show

  14. jesper Mathiesen says:

    Love the show…

  15. Jesper Mathiesen says:

    Love the show..

  16. John Content says:

    another fine show, I liked it a lot!

  17. Bonnie Fiser says:

    Glad that your back. Good show.

  18. Bernard Calip says:

    Glad you guy’s are back !!!!
    Been going nut’s not being able to see you and learn.
    I love Joe McNally, can’t wait to take one of his classes.

  19. W Patrick Clements says:

    cool shot love the way you do it….

  20. Welcome back guys! Very good tips, I probably will not be using the 3d tip but it’s nice to know. The panoramic tips are great since I have wide open spaces and large size areas here in Vegas. Pete…Thank you so much, I have been caught by this very thing and have pulled out what little hair I have trying to figure it out. Watch those extra buttons!!! Waiting for the next show already!

  21. Chuck Sider says:

    Great again.

  22. Takeshi I says:

    Great show and I am looking forward to seeing through yet another season.

    I tried panos but it was taking a lot of time. Great idea to shrink the size and see if it works first.

  23. Jerry OConnor says:

    Great show guys!

    I’ve been watching since 2007 and the advice has been invaluable. It’s a little different today, from Corey’s 3D insights to Scott’s practical advice on sports shooting, it is still a great show. Keep up the good work! All the best!

    Jerry

  24. David Groene says:

    Enjoyed the pano tips.
    Thanks

  25. ncphotonutt says:

    Welcome back!!! Loved the pano tutorial and I’m going to buy photoshop cs6 right now of course using my NAPP discount.

  26. Marie Sjoberg says:

    Great show, nice to have you guys back.

  27. Glenn Hewitt says:

    Welcome Back

  28. Randy Hanson says:

    nice show

  29. Mike Harmon says:

    Great pano tip.

  30. Paul Costley says:

    Great to have you guys back! Nice tips today.
    NOTE: any “plugin” that opens a new window could be said to be NOT IN Photoshop (or Lightroom for that matter) – even the Photoshop features that we have loved for years. So to all the “complainers” – suck it up buttercup!

  31. Dave Moore says:

    Welcome back!

  32. Thomas Williams says:

    Thanks for the pano discussion.

  33. mprint says:

    How about “the illustrator guys” for folks who want to learn illustrator…?

  34. Jan W says:

    Perfect that you are back again

  35. Ron Blair says:

    Great show, glad to have you back. Would love to wins Joe’s e-book.

  36. John Havord says:

    Welcome back. Where does the time go?

  37. Gary Elliott says:

    Great show and welcome back guys. I liked the pano but you know Scott, I’d really like some pointers on handling the hundreds of shots you probably took at the game. What tools do you use, do you have a way of tagging them, etc? Thanks.

  38. Melissa Grover says:

    Excellent show guys!!!
    (sad at only 13 eps though, what’s with that??! soo wrong :-)

  39. Pawel Folfasinski says:

    Nice to see You again

  40. Debbie says:

    great pano tip. thanks

  41. Tom P Zachman Jr says:

    Welcome back, great show as always.

  42. George Kwain says:

    Good to have you back.

  43. Bob Rozanski says:

    So Glad the new season has started again. Welcome back!

  44. Martin Shipps says:

    Thanks for the pano tip Scott!

  45. Justin Roush says:

    Great show guys!

  46. Dustin Ohman says:

    Welcome back guys; we missed you. Keep up the good work.

  47. Great tips!! I have a question: What’s the difference between using a wide angle lens vs making a pano? What if you just correct de wide angle distortion?

  48. Tom Housworth says:

    Would like to see a tutorial on downloading, installing and managing brushes.

    Keep up the good work!!

    Regards,
    Tom

  49. Ray says:

    I have been a member of NAPP for some time but I have no idea why I didn’t ever tune into Photoshop User TV before??? Bottom line I’m glad I did, great tips delivered in easy to understand terms. Well done!

    Ray.

  50. fritz meyer says:

    Glad y’all are back. Great show. ffm

  51. Shaun S. says:

    Another great show, thanks guys!

  52. David says:

    Great episode! Thanks!

  53. Robert Martinez says:

    It is great to have you back and what a fantastic start to a new season!

  54. Anthony Corona says:

    Great tips! just signed up for photowalk… hope use some of the tips for taking certain shots when i am there.

  55. Suzanne Offner says:

    Great to have the show back for another season.

  56. Hubert Boudreau says:

    Great Shoe

  57. Steve Jones says:

    Great show. DON’T LOOK AT THE JIB!!!!

  58. Jim Bau says:

    Good to see you guys back this season. Really like the pano tips!

  59. Great to have you guys back!

    Nice pano tip and great sticky tip on the brushes!!

    Up for the prizes :-)

  60. Cheryl says:

    Welcome back. It was great to see all of you in LV! Enjoyed the show.

  61. Mike L says:

    welcome back I have missed the program.

  62. Don Fahnestock says:

    Very nice. Liked the brush tip.

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