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06/18/2009 09:23:19 PM · #1
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'When will they return?' by Judi

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06/18/2009 09:51:21 PM · #2
Hey-- very well done - concise, but easy to follow. Very useful. Thanks Judi!
Have you ever done a tutorial on making tutorials? Do you use Camtasia?
06/18/2009 09:59:01 PM · #3
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

Hey-- very well done - concise, but easy to follow. Very useful. Thanks Judi!
Have you ever done a tutorial on making tutorials? Do you use Camtasia?


Hahaha....no I haven't done a tut on a tut...and yes I do use Camtasia.

Basically I record the screen and audio in small bursts. I then take the clips into Camtasia and edit the clips until there are no long pauses, coughs, tongue ties etc. Then add the before and after credit pages and any music. Then save in HD mode and upload to Youtube. I give Youtube 24 hours to process the HD version before I make it live.

Oh and before anyone pulls me up on the error in the end title pages...I know there is a spelling error...but I don't have time to change it before I go away.
06/18/2009 10:04:50 PM · #4
Cool - thanks for the info, Judi.
06/18/2009 10:06:44 PM · #5
I can't understand that wacky accent... j/k, thanks!
06/18/2009 10:34:36 PM · #6
thanks so much judi!
06/18/2009 10:38:22 PM · #7
There were a few steps in there that i have never used before, so I will definitely get use out of it. Thanks for putting this together.
06/19/2009 12:17:11 AM · #8
Originally posted by VitaminB:

There were a few steps in there that i have never used before, so I will definitely get use out of it. Thanks for putting this together.


That makes it all worth it. Thankyou.
06/19/2009 12:22:47 AM · #9
Very well done, and some nifty tricks you shared--thank you!

I really enjoyed hearing your voice!
06/19/2009 12:41:11 AM · #10
wow, so much to take in,
my usuall pp is open, denoise, sharpen, save lol.
Judy, could you go on about little more about the dragonizer? if its a secret I understand. :)

thanks
06/19/2009 12:49:45 AM · #11
Very cool...Love your voice too!

Message edited by author 2009-06-19 00:50:19.
06/19/2009 12:49:46 AM · #12
Originally posted by keriboi:

wow, so much to take in,
my usuall pp is open, denoise, sharpen, save lol.
Judy, could you go on about little more about the dragonizer? if its a secret I understand. :)

thanks


Draganizer is no secret. It is a free action that you can get from Action Central.

Here is my image before Draganizer and after. Open each thumbnail and click between the two to see the difference. It really grunges up the image and is customiseable to the image you are working on. I need to note that Draganizer is not legal for Basic Editing.

' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/25000-29999/27133/120/800401.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/25000-29999/27133/120/800401.jpg', '/') + 1) . '' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/25000-29999/27133/120/800402.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/25000-29999/27133/120/800402.jpg', '/') + 1) . '
06/19/2009 03:17:02 AM · #13
Very nice tutorial, Judi! I need to watch it again at home and try it on an image, but I've never worked with "color fill" - can you expand a bit on how that works? Do you just set a tone and apply it to the image in a layer, then mask or erase where you don't want the effect? Really a lovely edit!
06/19/2009 05:44:33 AM · #14
Originally posted by Melethia:

Very nice tutorial, Judi! I need to watch it again at home and try it on an image, but I've never worked with "color fill" - can you expand a bit on how that works? Do you just set a tone and apply it to the image in a layer, then mask or erase where you don't want the effect? Really a lovely edit!


Hi Melathia. I use the Color Fill quite a lot....! Here is a video tutorial that I did for the Home Photography Magazine that may help you. It shows you a different way of converting a color image to BW or Sepia using Color Fill layers. It really is just an Adjustment Layer of a single color and then using different blend modes on that layer to give you a different feel to the image.
06/19/2009 07:46:20 AM · #15
Great tutorial! Thanks for posting this Judi.
06/19/2009 09:22:36 AM · #16
You're good. My favorite part was listening to you talk. LOL I could listen to an Aussie accent all day. You'd laugh if you heard my Texas one. Thanks for the link. :)
06/19/2009 09:59:18 AM · #17
Loved it! *****
06/19/2009 12:42:59 PM · #18
Thanks for the follow-up Judi - very much appreciated!
06/19/2009 06:12:37 PM · #19
Hahaha....why is everyone saying I have an accent...Aussies don't have accents...all of you do..lmao! I am pleased that the tut is helping everyone though....!
04/29/2016 02:02:38 PM · #20
Judi, thanks for the tutorial. We newbies appreciate all the help we can get. For years I've simply put all my eggs in a basket by photographing in macro. I'm a longtime lover of the Arkansas Native Plant Society and served as historian/secretary for 5 years. I'm disabled now and learning to expand my photography with my surroundings. Thank you again.
04/29/2016 08:42:02 PM · #21
Outstanding tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
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