Recently, I was asked to present a webinar via Adobe Connect to the Photoshop and Lightroom Facebook group (managed by Andrew Kavanaugh). Since I’ve been tinkering with the Clone Stamp tool (see this post), I decided it was time to bust out a new technique with it, one that replicates a style I’ve seen here and there for a few years but had never previously attempted. The overall effect fascinates me, and I plan to keep exploring the look and approach. Hit ‘more’ to get a link to the webinar which demonstrates the technique and see a larger version of my first attempt with this style.
November’s issue is out! This time around, I show you something a little unusual with the Clone Stamp tool. While most Photoshop users have gotten used to the idea of making image corrections with it, I wanted to use the Clone Stamp in a more artistic way. Coupled with a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet, I…
I’d like to personally invite you to join me Tuesday, May 29 at 9:30am PDT as I present Pixel Mixology 101: Photoshop’s Blend Modes with a Twist live on motion+connect.
Every motion graphics pro or VFX artist knows that some of our best work starts with Photoshop. And the all new Photoshop CS6 has just the mix you need!
Austin Kleon has this project website called ‘Newspaper Blackout‘. It’s all about taking things away from a presentation to create something new. “Creativity is Subtraction” goes one of the representative, and self-referential, works. The idea is simple: remove what doesn’t belong. How does this work in photography?