(before and after) Style credits to this picture can be found in this post: Makeup Forever!
A lot of people have been asking me to do more Photoshop video tutorials showing how I process my images, especially my headshots. It really varies most of the time though, depending on each picture and how much I want to process it. Today’s picture a few people asked me to share how I processed some parts of it and also how I added the bokkeh background.
A couple of weeks ago I was inspired by this pose and dress and wanted to create an image of a girl falling apart in pieces. I was experimenting with different tutorials I found online and they just weren’t helping me as much. So I showed my plurk friends a work in progress image (in […] Continue reading →
(click here to see a raw shot of this image) People are always asking me how I add the highlights and shadows on my pictures. Of course, a lot of that are my windlight settings. But I also play around a little bit in photoshop. I do some dodge and burn, which I used on […] Continue reading →
So, I was a bad girl this week and totally goofed off instead of learning something new in photoshop. Therefore I thought this time I would share a skin smoothing tutorial that helped me a lot a few years ago. This is the technique I still use to smooth skin. The tutorial is by Ryker […] Continue reading →
(Raw shot of this image) Continuing with my photoshop adventures this summer, I decided to focus on learning how to enhance the eyes this week. I love looking at a picture and the first thing that pops out at me are the eyes. So I found this really cool tutorial on youtube however, it’s one […] Continue reading →
For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere summer solstice is almost here and the first day of summer is tomorrow. Yesterday I spent most of the day outdoors soaking in the sun. Something about the hot sun on my skin relaxes me and gives me solace. I’ve decided I want to teach myself something […] Continue reading →
After tomorrow my summer vacation starts and I’m planning on being really lazy and just spending most of the time on my patio sunbathing and reading. I’m also looking forward to hopefully having more time to login and blog more often. I am happy to see some amazing summer releases have already hit the grid […] Continue reading →
Now that you have your high-res snapshot you are ready to take it into Photoshop to refine and tweak to get the best possible quality image. Before we begin, it is crucial to note that this tutorial has been written for intermediate level users with a basic knowledge of Photoshop CS3 tools. When working in Photoshop, […] Continue reading →