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  • Advanced Photoshop Techniques Tutorial!

    Advanced Photoshop Techniques Tutorial!

    I’m really happy to announce that I’ve FINALLY finished my Advanced Photoshop techniques Tutorial. It’s available now. This is the longest and largest set of tutorials I’ve ever put together, and it covers some really interesting topics. This set of tutorials is targeted at intermediate to advanced Photoshop users who want to learn something new about their favourite application.

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  • OMGWTFBBQ! I won the ‘So you think you can teach Photoshop’ Contest!

    OMGWTFBBQ! I won the ‘So you think you can teach Photoshop’ Contest!

    I had a pretty surreal day today. I found out that I am the winner of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals So you think you can teach Photoshop contest! It’s pretty cool, and I’m super pumped to be a part of this. They’re flying me down to Orlando in March to attend Photoshop World, and do a presentation at one of their sessions.

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  • Drum Kit: Photoshop Time-lapse

    Drum Kit: Photoshop Time-lapse

    I went to a Mike Lewis’s parents place on the weekend, where he keeps his drums. We wanted to take some cool shots of his kit, so we set them up in the back part of their yard, and started shooting.

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  • VFXhaiku.com


    If you’ve been a long time visitor of this site, you’ll know that i’ve been working in VFX for quite a long time. I spent the last 7 years at Frantic Films as a 2D compositor working on over 25 Hollywood movies. I’ve finally decided to take a break from production, and I’ve started up a 2D-centric Visual Effects tutorial site called VFXHaiku.com VFXHaiku.com is dedicated to bringing some of the esoteric concepts of working in high end visual effects […]

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  • Delft 16mm Anamorphic adapter for GF1

    Delft 16mm Anamorphic adapter for GF1

    A quick test of a VERY old 16mm Vistascope anamorphic adapter grafted onto my Panasonic GF1. Sorry for the crappy quality and shakiness of the footage. I didn’t have my makeshift steady-cam on me at the time The footage was taken in AVCHD mode in extremely low light conditions. The adapter seems to reduce the amount of light by at least a stop or two, so taking shots in these sort of lighting conditions produces pretty poor quality results at […]

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  • Photoshop Workflow Tutorial!

    Photoshop Workflow Tutorial!

    UPDATE #2: For people coming from Photoshopuser.com, i’ve 2 more photoshop tutorials up at my tutorial site @ http://vfxhaiku.com. The tutorials are about how to work non-destructively in Photoshop and how to use the Clone tool in Photoshop. I hope you enjoy them! UPDATE: I just want to welcome all the new viewers to my site! This tutorial was chosen as the winner for the ‘So you think you can teach Photoshop‘ contest held by the National Association of Photoshop […]

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