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Last Week on T9 (6/8/08)

This week on Tutorial9, we revealed the 9th grade in our School of Photoshop, and also posted an awesome new tutorial about infrared photography. We’d also like to welcome all of our new viewers at Tutorial9!

Around Tutorial9

It’s been just over a month since we officially launched (May 1st, 2008), and we are very proud to have made such a big impact in the tutorial community in such a short time. We got featured by several prominent websites on June 1st for some of our fantastic tutorials here, so I’d like to welcome our new viewers and subscribers who may have just found us. We hope you enjoy the articles and lessons our team has to share!

On the side, we’re planning a few things that we’d like to announce by the middle or end of June… namely giveaways and contests promoting discussion around the site, but you’ll have to wait while we sort out exact details! Be sure to stick around folks!

Photoshop Tutorials

Saving Images for the Web

Saving Images for the Web in Photoshop

When saving for the web, it’s always important to consider the quality of the image, and the size of the image in order to provide visual clarity without slowing performance. This tutorial will teach you what you need to know about saving images for the web.

Using Filters in Photoshop

Using Filters in Photoshop

Filters are used to change the appearance of an image, layer or selection in Photoshop. In this tutorial, I’ll introduce you to some common filters, and show you how to use them.

Using Layer Effects and Layer Styles in Photoshop

Using Layer Effects and Layer Styles in Photoshop

Effects can be added to individual layers in Photoshop that automatically change as a layer is modified. The combination of effects on any given layer is called its Layer Style. We’ll teach you how to use and make your own layer styles in this tutorial.

Photography Tutorials

Infrared Photography

Infrared Photography

Infrared photography looks like nothing else. I’m sure you’ve seen some IR photos around the web, but maybe you don’t know how to achieve this special effect? Look no further, here’s a guide on what to think about when choosing your object, how to shoot and what to do in post-production.

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