Non destructive Dodge and Burn - tutorial

posted on 5th of may, 2008

Hello everyone!

© Yanc (Help)
I've been a contributor here for a long while but I've never posted on the forums. But now is different. I decided to start a blog last month focused on helping fellow photographers. And I thought that it would be nice to share my knowledge with my fellow DTimers!

I just posted a video tutorial on non destructive dodging and burning. I hope you enjoy it!

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Comments (7)

Posted by Mattography on May 08, 2008
Wow! That was an extremely helpful tip and I will surly use it in the future!
Posted by Irisangel on May 06, 2008
Excellent tutorial, Thanks
Posted by Sebcz on May 06, 2008
Very useful, thanks for sharing.
Posted by Littlemacproductions on May 06, 2008
Nice and easy tutorial Yanik. Thanks!
Posted by Ilbcnu on May 05, 2008
Thank You!! So easy to understand-going to work on an image that needs a little dodging!
Posted by Cmarshall717 on May 05, 2008
Great tutorial. I have been doing it the really hard way. Your explanations are simple to follow and understand. Great job. I have bookmarked your site and look forward to future tutorials. Thanks! Carolyn
Posted by Azathoth973 on May 05, 2008
Very very useful


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