My way of creating a Colour Wash slide effect
Just getting into Photopia Creator, I decided to try and figure out a way to do an effect where a greysclae image would slowly torn into a full colour one.
I figured out two ways. The one I show in the tutorial is the second way.
I am sure there are other, better ways, that will give the same effect.
This, however, is my attempt at doing it.
The tutorial is HERE on VIMEO
I hope it inspires someone to use it as a base from which to create some original effects of their own.
Thank you Peter.
There is a possibility that I will create a tutorial now and then in the future.
But I myself accept that Jennifer is the best there is when it comes to Photodex and Photopia.
I am not about to start trying to match her in quality or volume.
I can promise that whenever I get an idea that can be useful to the community here, I will make a tutorial!
Well done with the excellent tutorial, very easy to follow along. I look forward to many more in the future.
Douglas I own all Jennifers Tutorials from Vimeo!
But... your first tutorial is by fare easier to follow for an non English speaking person!!!
We will support Jennifer AND you!
There are so many tutorial-creators in vimeo and youtube - why not have two for Photopia!
Hallo Douglas. I got introduced by Jennifer with her tutorials and have to admit, she has such a deep knowledge on this program's as I became a newborn student again. For me it became like a super glue. After I have read your intro to this kind of Color wash, I was just curious and Oh man, you sure made it with ease to follow . As I will continue to read your views and tutorials , just seeing this from a different point of view. Thank you for being on this forum and sharing your experience.
I am happy to hear the tutorial was useful to you, Helmut.
Jennifer is the go to person to get really good, in-depth tutorials. She has a vast source of knowledge as she makes and develops her own effects/transitions etc.
I am only a dabbler.
I am normally making tutorials on NLE's and plug-ins for NLEs. As I am Scottish, have lived in Sweden for 32 years and now in Japan for 20 years - I have learned to communicate with non-native English speakers. 😀