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vibes35 says

FYI - there is a free download of the .psdPhotoshop Magazine with a great article on enhancing renderings.

Great info on using the Depth of Field Pass!!

“We’re excited to provide you with a free copy of the July issue of .psd Photoshop online magazine. It includes a variety of great educational information including an exclusive Digital-Tutors video and print tutorial: ‘How to Enhance Renders in Photoshop CS5 .’”

Download .psd Photoshop Magazine today: http://psdmag.org/magazine/

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arquitectostyles says

hey, thanks for sharing pretty good article. I might try this soon. I usually just use the blur tool and blur parts of my renderings, and get pretty good results, but it seems like ill get cleaner results using the process.

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3alisha says

Gotta take a look really soon :) thank you for sharing :nerdy:

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DarkstarDesigns says

Very nice, i have had a go at a few of the tuts some very nice drawing ones.

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