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PWL to the next level

Discussion in 'Retouching and Post Processing' started by cspringer, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. I see many use the PWL action and The Illustrated Look but thought this might add something new to your mix. It is a quick way to separate colors or luminosities. It will give you a studio lighting effect or tone under/overexposed areas. The example could be much more dramatic.


    i.e., used it on this to separate dark side of trees from lighter side plus other areas.


    The Illustrated Look can give many different looks depending on your settings.
  2. All of these are great but the image of the small village is
    S T U N N I N G. I've used your technique for quite a few things and have never said thank you so... "Thank You"

    See Ya
  3. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Hey Chip:>))))))))))))))))

    How great to see you here.
    Love it. heehee
    So much easier to communicate and chat here..
    Thank you very much
  4. Robert


    Jul 24, 2005
    Hi Chip!!
    Good to see you at the Cafe! Thanks for this new studio process...excellent!!:smile:
  5. Hi Chip :biggrin: Great to "see" you over here. Thanks for the tips :cool: :cool: 
  6. Thanks guys! I have a few other new actions I'll post and see how you like them.
  7. Hi, Chip

    Like many others I am an admirer of your work.
    I'm so happy you've decided to join us.
    You are one talented guy!

    aka beaucamera
  8. RayGuselli


    Oct 18, 2005
    Hi Chip

    Great to see you here....my favourite photoshop actions are your PWL and I love working with your illustrated look....they are just brilliant....

    Thanks for sharing so much knowledge with us....always appreciated Chip.

    With you and Peano here - we are going to learn a lot!!!!

    best wishes

  9. MontyDog


    Jan 30, 2005
    #1064 - You have an error in your SQL syntax;
  10. Thanks Ray...always look forward to your car illustrations!
  11. KrysiaG

    KrysiaG Guest

    Thank you for posting those. Those tutorials are excellent!
  12. Absolutely amazing...

    I love the illustrated look... I am hoping that by using your actions, I can perfect it. In fact, there is someone in my office that would love a photo retouched with that type of look!
  13. Want to add welcome too, Chip! Great to see you here! :smile:
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