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PSP video tutorials available on Corel Website

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Hi Steve

Hope you're well

I just wanted to let you know that there are a number of new PSP video tutorials available free on our website should members be interested.

The four that I commissioned focus on the ever more popular interest in the restoration of old photos, particularly of old family photos:

- Restoring a damaged photo
- Restoring a stained photo
- Restoring a faded photo
- Handcolouring

Here's the page on the UK site:

http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite/ ... 6496433601

If anyone has any questions pls don't hesitate to get in touch.

Best regards

james phillips
marketing campaign manager | digital media | emea
www.corel.co.uk
corel uk limited | sapphire court | bell street | maidenhead | berkshire sl6 1bu | uk
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Post by Ron P. »

Those are some nice tutorials. I came across them a couple of days prior to you posting this. I didn't realize that they were newly released. Just thought that they were older ones I had not viewed yet...:oops:

The page on the North America site:
http://www.corel.com/servlet/Satellite/ ... 6496433601
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They are indeed. The one on depth of field bugs me though *eye twitch* it's not even close to an accurate representation of a DOF blur.
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LeviFiction wrote:They are indeed. The one on depth of field bugs me though *eye twitch* it's not even close to an accurate representation of a DOF blur.
It's not identical to what you get using a high-end professional camera, however for an inexpensive program I think that it's not bad...;)

2 images, 1 of them is true DOF, taken with a very expensive camera. The other created using PSP...
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