Goodie, keep the links coming!
Originally Posted by jUzMoO
That's everyone's effort, hope it helps.
togu, you havent put the link for my tutorials...
Last edited by togu; 7th May 2005 at 01:05 PM.
Originally Posted by waiaung
Let me check with the admins. But as you see, they are receiving tons of emails everyday, and I don't have a priority pass, so the mail might still be in queue. I'll let you know the outcome.
Originally Posted by togu
Thanks for links :thumbsup
Just kidding.. take your time.. haha.Originally Posted by togu
Thank you for making the thread sticky and to all those who have contributed the links.
Very useful for a newbie digigrapher like me.
Used to play with the 35mm format and started switching to digi three years back. Still getting used to the digicams.
Originally Posted by felixcat8888
Glad that you like it, and welcome to the club!!
Thanks so much
The link inside the thread not working anymore..Originally Posted by togu
@@ just tested, it shows a 404 error. All sulhan's fault.Originally Posted by donchua
Link removed from first post. Thanks for informing.
Great Job! Keep it coming!
Canon 300D, Canon 50mm f/1.8 II, Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6, Tamron 28-75mm F2.8, Canon 420EX
erm, the first link of the CS'ers original articles has a typing error (blurp should be blur)
Originally Posted by BurgaFlippinMan
Thanks for pointing that out, thread updated.
For really hard to crack problems on Photoshop, visit the parent's website's forum.
Experts lurk there frequently.
btw how much does photoshop software costs?
Awesome collection of tuts. Great stuff in there, I've been using the prog for quite some time, but when it comes to photo editing I'm still a noob (been using it mainly for webpics).
Wow. Good stuff.
Keep it coming!
This is so very useful!!! Thank youOriginally Posted by togu
Yea, they are helpful links. =) If you think a 3 lesson PS course would also be beneficial, here's one I intend to start: