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Author Topic: Tips Suggestion  (Read 4759 times)

Offline kiska

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Tips Suggestion
« on: November 18, 2006, 09:26:37 AM »
Maybe we could start a thread of tips for restoration like Kenny's 'sandwich' technique? It took me quite a while to find that one in glenna's thread. (Admittedly, I'm on DD (DELIGHTFUL DIALUP) 8)

I realize there are individual threads here; but maybe group them?
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Offline Kenny

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Re: Tips Suggestion
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2006, 10:47:11 AM »
Kiska, we have a subforum called OPR university. Also, we have general photoshop techniques. I need to put a tutorial on there about the sandwich technique. 


I'll try to make one today  :)



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Offline KathyCr

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Re: Tips Suggestion
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2007, 09:50:47 PM »
Where can I find OPR university...I'm new to OPR, and have looked around quite a bit..evendid a search, but cannot find it. Being new, I could really use it!!

Kiska, we have a subforum called OPR university. Also, we have general photoshop techniques. I need to put a tutorial on there about the sandwich technique. 


I'll try to make one today  :)



Kenny

Offline glennab

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Re: Tips Suggestion
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2007, 08:08:26 AM »
Kathy -- at this point the entire forum is OPR University.  We haven't achieved a formal thread with all the tips and tricks that are posted throughout the forum, but I recommend that you peruse the threads as you have time and just look at the works-in-progress and the amazing methods everyone's picked up in working on their restorations.  We definitely need to find someone who has the time to pick through all these gems and compile them.  We discussed in another thread that we have an entire book's worth of information here on this web site.  It's a treasure trove. When I have time, I go back through and check out the work that's been done here and the sharing of information, and it's awesome.

Glenna
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