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TAZ Computer, Script, and Photoshop Tutorial List

TAZ Computer, Script, and Photoshop Tutorial List

Our members have written some great ‘ original ‘ tutorials over the years, some of which have been linked to by various Universities as recommended, and in some cases, required reading for specific classes. Guidelines: 1. If you are an educational body or a non-profit institution you are welcome, without our expressed permission, under commonly […]

Photoshop Tutorial : Using the Luminosity of an image to create effects

Photoshop Tutorial : Using the Luminosity of an image to create effects

Written by Ally I wouldn’t be able to go through all the different combinations of colours, gradients, patterns, images and blend modes that can be used with this effect. I will show you a couple here and then you can go off and experiment to your hearts content 🙂 I have used an image from […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Softening Animal Fur

Photoshop Tutorial – Softening Animal Fur

I thought you animal lovers out there might like something to do to the next kitty photo you take This can also give you a rather nice painterly effect as well. Any settings used here will be relevant to this image only ….sorry. It comes down to personal taste as well, some will leave the […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Working with JPEGS in Camera RAW (ACR)

Photoshop Tutorial – Working with JPEGS in Camera RAW (ACR)

No screenshots with this tutorial, just a handy little tip. With Camera RAW 5 came the ability to open single jpegs in ACR – which is great news, but there is something not available to you with a jpeg that is available with a RAW file – the different preset white balances. With a RAW […]

Photoshop Tutorial – Bleach Bypass Effect

Photoshop Tutorial – Bleach Bypass Effect

The bleach bypass effect seems to be all the rage at the moment. The effect is very popular in movies, and is an effect achieved on film by skipping the bleaching while processing color film, leaving the silver on the negative. The end result is an image with high contrast, graininess, and reduced saturation. I’d […]

Create A Painterly Effect Using The Art History Brush In PS

Create A Painterly Effect Using The Art History Brush In PS

There are several ways to do most things in Photoshop, and using the art history brush to create a painterly effect is no different. I’m going to show you ‘one’ way to do it. If you can find a really good video on the net to show you how to use the art history brush, […]

Photoshop Tutorial – A Simple Design Effect

Photoshop Tutorial – A Simple Design Effect

This is an extremely simple design effect. Probably image dependant to a certain degree, but try it out and see what you come up with. Our image is brought to us by lock-e over at the StockExchange site HERE I have resized the image for this tutorial and darkened it a little. Open the image […]

Photoshop Tutorial – More Effects For Portraits

Photoshop Tutorial – More Effects For Portraits

The start image is brought to us by mirimcfly over on Flickr, you can find it HERE The image is available with a Creative Commons License, which you can read about HERE You’ll notice that the image is a little flat i.e. not very much contrast going on, and this will suit the type of […]

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Everything you see on our sites was originally created for our forum members…or by our forum members…for the enjoyment of our forum members. GAMES: we have over 1000 games on our sites http://www.thetazzone.com and http://www.thegameszone.org and http://www.thebikerzone.net with a spattering of games on other sites as well. ALL these games are full-screen and ad-free, just […]

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