Photoshop Video Tutorial - Introducing Levels

11 Feb 2008 - 18:30
Introducing Levels Video Tutorial

The best place to start is at the beginning! So let's get the series rolling with a brief explanation of what levels is, and how it's going to help us improve images inside Photoshop. It's also true that a picture paints a thousand words so we'll spend a few moments on a few examples of what the levels command can do.

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Where are the other videos?

Is it because I have not subscribed yet? I am not seeing the other videos in this series.
Thanks you
Nancy

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5 hours of Levels

Hi Nancy,

All 25 videos on Levels are available here-

http://www.3photoshop.com/levels-guide-photoshop-video-tutorial

They should also be accesssible via the tutorials link in the header, or the 'Other Pages of Interest' link above the main video window.

Hope that helps

Matt

Thank you

Have watched them all (finally!). Brilliantly done. I feel that I'm now getting to grips with PhotoShop. Afraid this comment will have to do as I'm too bloody lazy to comment each one individually.

Thanks again for all your hard work, it's really appreciated.

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One by One!

Hey Charles,

Haha no problem, this comment will do perfectly!

Glad you enjoyed the course, it's quite an long one but as you can probably tell - I tried to pack as much information in as I could!

Thanks again

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