In this Episode of the Complete Picture (Using Color to Add Emotional Impact to a Photograph) Julieanne discusses how the addition of color as well as supporting imagery can help reinforce the mood and message of a composite image that a single photograph may fail to do on it’s own. Discover how to composite images through the use of masking, blend modes, smart objects, gradients and edge effects.
Posts tagged "Compositing"
Even if you’re not celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday as we do in the United States, this is the perfect time of year to reflect upon the goals that we set for 2010 – evaluating if we have been successful in accomplishing what we set out to do and if not, taking inventory on what we still can complete before the clock rolls into 2011.
Thankfully, I am satisfied with all of the career goals that I set for myself this year. And I made it through all of the practical, pragmatic, “you really need to take care of this” type of goals that one runs across in life. However, I realize now that my creative/photographic/artistic goals suffered this year.
I have not made nearly enough time for my own personal work. I traveled for Adobe, as I knew that I would, and made thousands of photographs, but haven’t spent the time I need to to turn them into the digital composites that I am holding in my imagination. Luckily, I still have time and I’m going to take the next month to really focus on making images that matter to me (my own personal projects) while learning a few new things at the same time as I try some new techniques and tools.
It feels to good (and a little bit unnerving) make that commitment to the universe. But we all know that a promise made to another person has a much greater chance of being kept.
Here is an example of an image that I have in mind to make.
Wish me luck, it’s going to take some self discipline to focus during the holidays!
In this Episode of the Complete Picture I demonstrate some basic compositing techniques in Photoshop CS5, used to illustrate the feeling and mood of Iceland. In this tutorial, you’ll discover how easy it is to combine multiple images together using Layers, masking, blend modes, and transparency in Photoshop CS5. Watch the video here…
Somewhere between the decisive moment and moving pictures lies the world of digital compositing – where multiple images captured at different times layer together to create a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. In this episode of The Complete Picture, I will demonstrate how to transform concepts and ideas into images by mastering the tools used in compositing. Click here to watch the video…
In this episode of The Complete Picture (The Creative Composite “Twilight“), follow along as Julieanne Kost uses Lightroom 2.0 and Photoshop CS4 to showcase some of the new features as she creates a digital composite based on the concept of “Twilight”.
Explore several of the new tools in Photoshop CS3 in this video tutorial (The Creative Composite “Drifting”), as Julieanne Kost walks you though the creation of a digital composite she created based on a personal assignment for the concept drifting.