Second hand and shadows


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Second hand and shadows

Alright, babies, it's time to add a secondhand to this ongoing clock composition that goes by the name cardinaletondo.psd. If you have been working along with me, then you should have a minute hand, followed by an hour hand, followed by the frame layer, and the frame layer should be active, so that the secondhand that we are about to move in appears directly in front of the frame layer and directly in back of the hour hand. I am going to press Shift+F to return to the standard window mode. I am now going to bring the clockparts.tiff image from Nicholas Belton to top and I am going to press Ctrl+Alt+Z or Command+Option+Z on the Mac to restore the full selection outline.

Now, using the rectangular Marquee tool, I am going to Shift+Alt+Drag carefully around the secondhand, that would be Shift+Option+Drag around that secondhand on the Macintosh side of things ,and that is the secondhand down here in the lowerl-eft region of the image. Then, I will press the Ctrl key and I will drag the secondhan...

Second hand and shadows
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Second hand and shadows provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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