Finally, after months of waiting, I have found time to make the first of many new tutorials for the “This Is How We Do It” page. I created a new category for miscellaneous photoshop tricks and made the first six movies of what will hopefully be a very long list of cool tips. I hope you like them. I am still struggling with how to teach light painting via screen captures, but those tutorials should be coming soon too. (I am still learning the art of making screen capture tutorials, so don’t be surprised if mine are in need of work)
On another note, I shuffled pages a little. I created the new “Resources” page, which leads to a modified version of the the old “Inspiration” page and the new “Tutorials and Helpful Sites” page. This new page, which is quite empty at the moment, will hopefully soon feature links to many tutorials and sites from various sources across the internet. For the time being, all these pages will be very sparse, but they should grow rapidly as we discover new, and remember old, sources of inspiration and education.
Well, here we go again with the long-lost images. I found this one a few weeks ago and used some new skills to make it one of my all time favorites. Originating from our epic downtown photo shoot on January 16, this is one our oldest light paintings ever, and was forced to take a back seat to images like the Dip and Cars, which we initially liked better. After just a couple of days in Photoshop, I managed to transform this image into this one. That is quite a transformation.
I’ll keep this short, as I hope to write another post today. (hope being the key word there)