I softened the image of the moon with Topaz Labs Impression. I used vector graphics and masks to apply the face shape to the moon.
Colours were enhanced with a Gradient Map Adjustment layer set to overlay.
Category: Adobe Photoshop
I used the Nikon Coolpix P900 camera to take pictures of the moon, here is an example:
I then had the idea of using the moon as a backdrop to create some different images:
The above image was created using Adobe Photoshop and Topaz Labs Impression. I wanted a soft effect on the moon as this helps remove the noise (a side effect of zooming into the moon). To create the tree, I used a brush to create the silhouette of the tree; it is all about making sure the tree is placed in the correct place; I was going to add more trees but felt one was enough.
To create the tree, I used a brush to create the silhouette of the tree; it is all about making sure the tree is placed in the correct place; I was going to add more trees but felt one was enough.
In the above image, again I used Adobe Photoshop and also Topaz Labs Impression to create the soft pastel appearance. I also used Topaz Labs ReStyle to alter the colours to the warm hues. I wanted to create an image based on the crescent shaped moon seen in various forms of media such as television, cartoons, etc. Also in some media, the moon is depicted anthropomorphically.
I wanted to create an image based on the crescent shaped moon seen in various forms of media such as television, cartoons, etc. Also in some media, the moon is depicted anthropomorphically.
I used selection techniques to create the silhouette of the face, which was placed on the moon and positioned. The end result is a crescent moon represented by a face. Indeed this is a subject I will explore further.
I hope you enjoyed looking at the images. If you would like to buy any of the images used, there are various prints available via 500px, DeviantArt and other sites, all links found under the heading Work For Sale on the right of your screen.
The above video animation shows a 2.5D Parallax effect where the subject and the background move in different directions and at different speeds. This is the very first attempt and does need some refinement such as trying different speeds, directions, etc.
The part of the process that takes the most time is the selection of the branch in the foreground, this can be done via different methods including the pen tool or quick selection tool, which ever works best.
This video will show you how to create the effect using selections and Photoshop’s built in video editor:
This will not work with every image you have but certain landscapes or subjects with a large background behind them would work quite well.
Today, I’ll be sharing with you 5 unique post processing tips that you should know. You’ll learn helpful tips to improve your post processing skills and also tips about ethics and protecting people’s privacy. There are a lot of post processing tips but I picked the ones that aren’t talked about a lot or is something that more people need to know about.
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