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New Panel from Ian


Ian knows I use the History Brush a lot in my editing work, we were talking about using the History brush the other week, and how I find it a pain to remember the mode settings, selecting the brush Mode and brush opacity's, using blur to give a tonal reference within a picture, re setting the History state etc, your always jumping around Photoshop doing all these settings and it is a pain.

Well the good news, Ian took my comments on-board and has simplified all the work of Dodge and Burn and made a History Brush Dodge and Burn Panel.
 
I have used it and can say it works great, speeds up workflow and simplifies the mysterious History brush.

He has even added links on the panel that when you click them it takes you to videos of each section and explains what the chosen button does, brilliant.

I have no connection and make nothing out of recommending Ians Panels its done purely on using them and thank Ian for the time and effort he puts into them, great job Ian

]Ians post on the History dodge and burn panel

Last edited by martinimages, 12/Jan/16, 8:59 pm


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Re: New Panel from Ian


I have purchased and used most of Ian's PS panels. They sure make life easier and worth every penny. Regrettably - being the laggard that I am - I'm still using CS6 and have yet to upgrade to PS Cloud. I'm hoping to change that in the very near future.

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