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To create the image here I used three subjects then using masks in Photoshop merged them into one layer. First I photographed the hand in front of a white background, the water splash, and lastly I had an image of a goldfish that I isolated from the background with the selection tool, it really wasn't that hard.Next I assembled them in order, hand as background, water splash, and lastly the fish. Then I just activated the water splash layer and added a "mask" ( it's in your layer pallette and... continue reading
Here we're,the carnival has started the other week and I went to Venice for some fun,visit my friends and even take some pictures;the feast will be over the 8 of March so if anyone is interested on visiting it,here you can find some informations about the traditions,the feast,the program for the last few days: Venice carnival info pageAs you can imagine it was fun,even lots of people,a big crowd moving in San Marco square and around all Venice,not a "calle" (how we call the narrow alley in Venice)... continue reading
EarlierI mentioned this topic.I just like to add a few more ideas.This is applicable for processing of landscape scenes particularly for sunsets.At sunset the colour balance is rather complex. The shadows tend to be cold and the highlights, warm. (It is the same for sunrise too.)And I exploit this fact with natural masks as follows.I create a Multiply blending layer and masked it with the "natural" Blue mask (Ctrl-3).(And the best way to create a blending layer, is to insert... continue reading
This is a relatively difficult topic.I will just make some, hopefully, useful introductory comments and sketched the idea.This image here, which is the Singapore Esplanade Theatre, mirrored and flipped all over, was processed in two parts, namely separately for the sky, and for the spiky other part.There are several ways of doing such selective processing.One of this is to mask the sky, or foreground. And then there are also several ways to create the mask.The easiest in this instance... continue reading
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