(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:
The new Sin City movie is scheduled to be released in a couple of weeks and from the latest trailer it is looking fantastic. I love the black and white, high contrast style and I am playing with some concepts inspired by that for a new ABDZ poster. So for this post I will share some images with that sort of noir style.
Photography is one of my favorite hobbies, I like to go around take pictures of pretty much everything, but one thing in particular really catches my attention, archtiecture photos. There are some people out there that are simple masters of this craft, and one of my favorites is Matthias Heiderich. I love the style and mood he gets from his photos and I wanted to share a bit more of his work on today's post.
Matthias Heiderich is a self taught photographer currently live in Hamburg, Germany.
New York City, a city that always has fascinated me. I always question myself about how can so many people (according to Google: 8.406 million in 2013) can co-lived together in the city with so many possibilities and stories. One thing they do share, it's the subway transportation. 34 Lines and serving thousand of people each day. One photographer decided to take a journey in the underground of NYC. Let's follow Joao Unzer.
And the photography challenge goes on! Yes! Mainly, It's an open concept that is made purely for fun and also to improve your photos or mobile photography skills. The idea is simple! At the beginning of the week, we'll share a theme through a hashtag for your pictures. During that given week, you will use that hashtag whenever you seem is appropriate or not. On Friday we'll select and publish our favourite photos on the blog and also on Instagram account (@Abduzeedos). We look forward to see what you will come up with.