Photoshop User TV: PhotoshopUserTV: Iron Man 3 Text Effect and Resetting Adjustment Sliders – Episode 322


The weekly Photoshop TV show featuring "The Photoshop Guys" Scott Kelby, Corey Barker, Pete Collins, and RC Concepcion. Presented by KelbyOne.
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Corey recreates the text effect from Iron Man 3 and shows how to create beveled edges using 3D tools. Matt shares a tip on makinging bokeh light backgrounds using field blur, and another Lightroom tip for resetting all adjustment sliders with one simple double-click. Pete builds a versatile collage template that is easy to change with layer masks.

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  1. Nice show … again :-)

    Man! Seeing the way Corey works his “products” really drives me mad (in the good sense). Is like seeing Joe McNally doing photo critiques on The Grid … is a whole new level!

  2. Joseph Myers says:

    Hello, Corey makes my head spin. Pete’s template ideas are great. Matt, you are creative too, just ask your mom I’m sure she will agree.

  3. John Content says:

    Good job guys!

  4. Randy Hanson says:

    like the show

  5. Wayne says:

    Great show as always. Thanks

  6. Rob Pullen says:

    Hello guys, love the show as always but I just had a thought when you were announcing the dates of some of the seminars/shows etc. Well I’m in the uk so I cannot get to the shows you produce so…are there shows equivalent to the shows you mentioned but in the UK ???

    Thanks guys

  7. Dave Croft says:

    Corey, you’re brilliant, and thanks Pete for asking the sort of questions that we, as viewers would want to ask. Also, love you modesty Pete.

  8. Seth Hancock says:

    Hey guys. Great show. But, whoever is writing your description needs to understand that Light and Depth of Field is called BOKEH and not Bocca. Seriously? Bocca? Come on. :)

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