Manny Torres 6 May, 2011 at 12:20 Reply Corey, Where do you get most of your inspirations? WOW! Sometimes I get stuck trying to figure out what to do after opening up Photoshop. By the way, do I win anything for being the first one to post a comment? Just Kidding! COOL tutorial! Keep them comming. Manny Torres.
Where do you get most of your inspirations? WOW! Sometimes I get stuck trying to figure out what to do after opening up Photoshop. By the way, do I win anything for being the first one to post a comment? Just Kidding! COOL tutorial! Keep them comming.
Top tutorial and one of my faves. Do I get a prize for 2nd comment?
What I love about your tutorials is that you’re repeating all the basics all the time. So both advanced or basic user can find some useful information. So thanks a lot!
Corey, you’re one of my fave instructors because I can follow your talks.
How can I do this in photoshop elements 6?
very nice Corey i love your tutorials
His tutorials are the best. If I were to make one suggestion, that Corey add links to the material he uses.
Yet another brilliant tutorial … or do you do this just to punish me an my mediocrity? j/k.
Comment all you like! We simply cannot post obscene or rude comments. Those will be moderated and deleted. Have a nice day!
This is a fabulous tutorial!! I would like to do this with my class because it entails what I am teaching my class now. Where do you get your images??
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This is why I like you. Corey Barker is Executive Producer of PlanetPhotoshop.com and is an Education and Curriculum Developer for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. Corey has also made numerous appearances on the highly rated podcast, PhotoshopUser TV, and is co-host of Layers TV.
Siempre tengo algo que aplicar en mi trabajo basado en tus conocimientos.
You are AWESOME!! Great tutorials!!
Very nice, thanks
ill try to do… i love it hahahahha.. nice one!!!
Where did u get that code image?? Please Tell us
Question, Corey: After making the inverse selection on the “code” layer, the DELETE key was selected several times. I thought DELETE was a one shot action. Could you explain the behavior of that technique? Thanks.
Great job corey as usual