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Hello once again to my weekly photography theme. I’m so glad you’re here. This week, the theme is “Multiples”. Before the weekend started, I thought about creating this scene and I am so glad my daughter agreed to do this with me. So this morning, I setup my tripod and shot a series of photos of her doing different things. Then I worked on it in Photoshop using layers and masks.
Thanks Lauren for the great acting. You look believable! I owe you one.
After seeing the outcome and how much fun I had making this, I’m thinking of making a series using this technique. We’ll see. I have so much projects that I want to do.
I hope you enjoyed this weekend’s theme. Next week’s theme is “Low on the Ground”.
Hello everyone. This week’s theme is “Texture”.
Last Friday afternoon, I took my dog for a short walk at a little park/playground close by and as we were walking I noticed that the sunset was beautiful. As usual I don’t have my DSLR with me but luckily I have my phone so I shot this photo with my phone and added a texture that I got from this site called Brusheezy. They have a lot of free textures that you can download to play with.
Adding a texture to your photo gives a different artistic look to it. And not all photos will look good with texture either. You’ll just have to play with it until you see one that suits your taste.
There are a lot of tutorials out there on how to add texture and here’s a link to one. This is from Matt Kloskowski, a Photoshop guru.
Till next week. Have fun playing with textures!