Tutorial Wanted Magnifying Glass

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Rob
Aug 6, 2004
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There was a tutorial on the web somewhere that looking through a magnifying glass on an image magnified it. The magnifying glass could be moved over part of the image and you were looking at a layer through it.

Think I may have been by Russell Brown.

I would like to revisit the site and can’t find it again. Or are there others?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks

rob
JJ
Jay Jhabrix
Aug 6, 2004
"Rob" wrote in message
There was a tutorial on the web somewhere that looking through a magnifying glass on an image magnified it. The magnifying glass could be moved over part of the image and you were looking at a layer through it.
Think I may have been by Russell Brown.

I would like to revisit the site and can’t find it again. Or are there others?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks

rob

Don’t think it’s on the Russell Brown site but a search in google with – photoshop +"magnifying glass" – threw up tonnes…

http://www.google.co.in/search?q=photoshop+%2B%22magnifying+ glass%22&ie=ISO- 8859-1&hl=en&meta=

here are two:

http://www.creativemac.com/2003/01_jan/tutorials/psmagnify03 0102.htm

&

http://www.tiemdesign.com/HOWTO/2003/February/PSMagGlass/def ault.htm

Cheers….

JJ
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John Rampling
Aug 6, 2004
http://www.russellbrown.com/tips/photoshop.html possibly?

"Rob" wrote in message
There was a tutorial on the web somewhere that looking through a magnifying glass on an image magnified it. The magnifying glass could be moved over part of the image and you were looking at a layer through it.
Think I may have been by Russell Brown.
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noone
Aug 6, 2004
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There was a tutorial on the web somewhere that looking through a magnifying glass on an image magnified it. The magnifying glass could be moved over part of the image and you were looking at a layer through it.
Think I may have been by Russell Brown.

I would like to revisit the site and can’t find it again. Or are there others?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks

rob

Ben Wilmore does a similar "trick" in some of his presentations on PS. It is in his book, Adobe Photoshop CS Studio Techniques, Adobe Press. You might also find it on his Web site, www.digitalmastery.com. As I recall the site, you have to do some poking around to get past the "buy the books," stuff, but it is probably there too.

Hunt
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Rob
Aug 7, 2004
Hunt wrote:
In article <411330db$0$27220$
says…

There was a tutorial on the web somewhere that looking through a magnifying glass on an image magnified it. The magnifying glass could be moved over part of the image and you were looking at a layer through it.
Think I may have been by Russell Brown.

I would like to revisit the site and can’t find it again. Or are there others?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks

rob

Ben Wilmore does a similar "trick" in some of his presentations on PS. It is in his book, Adobe Photoshop CS Studio Techniques, Adobe Press. You might also find it on his Web site, www.digitalmastery.com. As I recall the site, you have to do some poking around to get past the "buy the books," stuff, but it is probably there too.

Hunt
Thanks

rob

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