Battle is a common theme within digital art communities. However, many battle pieces aren’t particularly good. I’ve hand selected some digital paintings depicting battle scenes that I felt showed outstanding talent.
As graphic designer retouching photographies is essential skill You need to master. You could talk about principles, but at least I started with simple photo editing on Photoshop, trying to take off red eyes, lumps and change backgrounds of pictures I was using. In this You?ll find everything You need – facial and portrait, teeth, lips, eye retouching, background remove as well as simple color adjustments in video and image-based tutorials. In fact for color adjustments I would suggest You look for some premade actions available on deviantart, very handy if You?re just starting out. This list is not so big because it is carefully picked, I am starting to think it?s better to get quality than quantity. Enjoy!
1. Facial And Portrait Retouching
This is the second tutorial in a series on photographic retouching. The first part was all about evening skin tonal values and removing blemishes. In this part I will take you through everything else. So, as a result it?s a long video (40 Mins).
Tutorial will try to demonstrate the level of editing that goes into removing any discrepancies in the skin.
In thiis lesson we?ll see how to retouch a face?s photo and make from a simple picture a very original one
Out of bounds (OOB) photos are post processed photos where the contents are taken outside the boundaries, presented in creative 3-dimensional perspective. OOB photos can be achieve with some basic photo editing skills. Getting an interesting OOB photo depend largely on the photo angle and individual creativity. Here we present – 70 Outstanding Out of Bounds Photos, all hand-picked. Full list after jump.
The Digital Photography Book
The Digital Photography Book
Publisher: Peachpit Press
Release Date: August 23, 2006
This entire book is written with a brilliant premise, and here’s how Scott
describes it: If you and I were out on a shoot, and you asked me,
Digital Photography All In One Desk Reference For Dummies
From picking your camera to posting photos on the Web, here’s what you need to know about digital photography in eight easy-to-use minibooks! Packed with full-color examples that will get your creative juices flowing, this guide helps you take better pictures; edit, organize, and share them; restore vintage prints and more. Continue reading
Through step-by-step procedures based on years of experience, professional photographer Ken Milburn describes a complete workflow sequence that begins with essential equipment and preparation, takes you through detailed editing techniques, and ends with your finished images looking the way you want, ready to be shown to the world.
This completely revised edition of Milburn’s original bestseller teaches you everything you need to do before, during, and after the editing process. Continue reading