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    I wanted to see if their is an interest in making a tutorial for an effect that is similar to the one used in Vegas called "Sony Glow"

    Since their is no effect for it, I could make a tutorial......


    It looks like that^^^ and is obviously adjustable

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    It just looks blurred, over brightened and contrast boosted to me.
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    There would indeed always be an interest in making guides and tutorials.

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    I would definately wanna read that tutorial, so if you make one it's gonna be appreciated by me at least

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    why would i do something for your forum if you assume i was a troll

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elevation
    why would i do something for your forum if you assume i was a troll
    OK. I'll bite!

    No-one is simply 'assuming' anything. I wasn't aware of the other thread so went and had a look and I have to agree that from that thread I would also classify your posts as trolls. You came in with an attitude and simply 'dared' people to find fault with the work with the asusmption that anyone who didn't care for it as highly as your clearly do must be doing drugs. Well, my friend, THAT is trolliing as it serves no purpose other than to get a 'rise' from people.

    Having said that, just about everyone here (and we're a good bunch really) will no doubt accept that maybe that wasn't your intention and just let it lie.

    If you're genuinly interested in becoming part of this forum then please do make a tutorial. It would certainly prove that your early posts were mis-construed and that you actually meant well.

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