(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:
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.
I was browsing some inspiration online when some very interesting and colorful images caught my eyes. The images I'm talking about are part of the Neon Project, a series of pictures by Brazilian photographer and publicist Hid Saib. I loved his compositions and the way he uses the colors on his subjects. The photos are delicate while also super strong and intriguing.
Sigh, drones. They are pretty (very) pricey, fragile but they can give you the best vantage point of areas/perspectives that you can’t never ever be reached other than being riding a helicopter or flying like Superman. On the other hand, flying a drone in a very particular place and environment like Iceland; can really take your drone game to a whole new level.
Exploring a city through tourist spots is one thing but exploring its architecture is something else and harder to accomplish. You don't really need to go to a specific place to photography but more likely by coincidence when you expect the less. We are taking a look at the project by Mexico-based photographer Salvador Cueva entitled: Lines of NYC. I really love his perspective on things and quite fascinating. It's on my to-do for a huge photo walk in New York City real soon.