Posing For Portrait Photography

When photographing people we are always looking for great new and excited poses, but after applying the same poses over and over again we tend to run out of ideas and go for those good old poses we know and love. As the art of photography keeps changing over the years, from new equipment to brand new inventions. We are always trying to make our new photo shoot more amazing than your previous ones. From Weddings, high school Senior pictures, Family and other photo shoots  you are always faced with the problem how the customer or clients should pose. Thus, when working your clients always come first, just remember always listen to what their feedback is. It’s their photo shoot so make it about them, but you don’t want them to take command or do all the work you were hired for your photography and creative insight. Here’s a tip when … Read more…

Comprehensive Photomanipulation Tutorial

Check out how this image was transformed: Now, if you like it, below are the instructions, step by step, as written by Ariil Davidov. 1. Open the photo in Adobe Photoshop 2. Duplicate the original layer and name it “Eyes” (well, it’s purely for convenience 🙂 3. Change the blend mode (blend mode) the new layer to Screen 4. Add a mask to a new layer (layer mask) and fill it with black. 5. Now select white (can also be any grayscale, if you want to achieve transparency) and begin to paint until his eyes until they brighten. Use different sizes of brushes to achieve the desired effect. You can also change the opacity of the brush or layer to make the eyes light, or vice versa darker. 6. Press CTRL + SHIFT + ALT + E to merge both layers into a new one. 7. Add Channel Mixer, to … Read more…

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