(via: www.whiteinkblog.com) I am back with a brand new exciting photo-retouching tutorial. In this tutorial I will focus on the hair. Before watching please note that there is a lot of information in this video to absorb, so watch and re-watch areas. I’d recommend pausing it at regular intervals before continuing so that you fully understand all the processes. Some of the areas covered in this video are:
– Colour Correction
– Removing Unwanted Straps and Hair
– Adjusting tonal values
– Grading the image
– Boosting image vividness
– Removing blemishes
– Working with blending modes
There are a lot of techniques and processes that go into each of the above, so if you’ve got a question leave a comment or contact me over at www.whiteinkblog.com and i'll do my best to help.
This is the image I used: Before Photograph
Here are some before and after shots:
I am a fan of minimalist architecture and design. I also love when my hometown gets featured which doesn't happen that often. Arthur Kolbetz shared a post on his Behance page about the Fundação Iberê Camargo building in Porto Alegre. The photos highlight the exquisite look of the building, all in white concrete with simple forms, almost no windows and a lot of character. I don't know if that could be considered minimalist architecture but it definitely looks like nothing else, check it out.
This is an awesome set of lettering over photography that you will love. A 9 piece collaboration by Noel Shiveley (letterer) & Alex Mcdonell (photographer) under the theme "All Good Things Require Risks". Enjoy!
Make things as simple as possible but not simpler.
All photography by Alex Mcdonell - behance.net/alexmcdonell
All lettering by Noel Shiveley - behance.net/noelshiveley
I have a deep appreciation for photography and architecture, especially mid-century modern whereby these two areas come together in a unique and beautiful way. It might look a bit stark for some, but the geometric forms and colors create incredible abstract compositions. Sebastian Weiss has done a masterful job in dedicating his career to capturing these moments.
Fascinated by architecture, photography and mobile technology, Sebastian Weiss abstracts urban shapes and models a new uniqueness by underlining their clear forms and structures.
I've been following Yuma's work ever since I saw his feature on Herschel Supply about Tokyo. Wandered 3 cities of Japan myself, seeing his work makes me wanna go back and admire the work of Street photographers.