Want to offer your clients more to chose from? Here's how: award winning photographer, Christopher Grey, has developed techniques to enhance portrait photography, using the creative applications available in Photoshop. Photoshop Effects for Portrait Photographers contains detailed explanations of how to replicate many darkroom techniques with Photoshop (Dodging, Burning, Vignettes, etc.) as well as camera and earlier technology techniques (Short Focus, High Speed Film Grain, Hand Coloring, etc.). Grey has also developed almost two dozen ways to replicate traditional painterly and illustrative techniques such as Rough Charcoal Sketch, Wet Watercolor, Silkscreen, and Oil Chalk. Images available for downloading at http://www.ChristopherGrey.com/booksamples.Most Photoshop experts will tell you that ita#39;s destructive to use the Dodge and Burn tools found on the Toolbar because the tools actually alter the pixels theya#39;re used upon. Herea#39;s a ... Step 4 Make sure the Foreground and Background colors are pure black and white (Figure 1-148). Step 5 From the Brushes palette, select a soft-edge brush of a size appropriate to the area you need to dodge or burn. Thenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Photoshop Effects for Portrait Photographers|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-09-10|