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How’d They Do That? No. 10: Blend, Burn, and Dodge

How’d They Do That? No. 10: Blend, Burn, and Dodge
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This mini lesson focuses on achieving a decoupaged effect by combining a tape element and a patterned paper. In addition, the Dodge and Burn tools are discussed and used to make the decoupaged paper strip appear as if it is pressed over the edges of a thicker element on a page.

This lesson includes:

  • A 7-page, full-color pdf with screen shots (in PS CS3) and step-by-step instructions for Photoshop and Photoshop Elements users
  • Three papers, one book cloth strip, and one piece of duct tape from Katie Pertiet

You will need:
Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
Adobe Acrobat
One photograph

While I do provide every step necessary to complete the techniques, it is helpful to have some experience with opening and closing files and a basic knowledge of the Photoshop or Photoshop Elements workspace.

This information was previously distributed in a “How’d They Do That?” Chat. If you participated in that chat, you already have this product. File Size: 11MB

LP603329 Designer: Cassie Jones

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Carol Griffin - 03/14/2009 5 of 5 Stars!
This tutorial was super helpful. I had always wondered how to use the burn/dodge tools. The very subtle effects make elements on the page truely look stacked or layered. It is an almost subliminal perception of depth. Highly recommend.
Patricia HF - 02/18/2009 5 of 5 Stars!
This lesson will teach you how to make your pages look real and how to create depth in particular objects. I used it to create the look of a raised page for a notebook. Cassie lesssons are rich with info and tips you will use everyday.
Jennifer DeLorenzo - 02/16/2009 5 of 5 Stars!
If you are looking for a technique that will make your pages look real this is it = ) Love this... worth every penny!!!
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