In this week’s instalment of “Tuesdays With Lauri” we do a photoshop breakdown of my latest photograph, titled: “The New Wave Is Coming”. A 5GB PSD-file, 100+ layers and 2,5 weeks of editing, all broken down for you in less than 15 minutes! :)
In this week’s instalment of Tuesdays With Lauri, we take a behind the scenes look at my photograph titled “I Bleed Colours” – in the video we also talk about the lighting and go through the Photoshop file, layer by layer.
In this week’s instalment of Tuesdays With Lauri, I give you guys a short lighting-class, concentrating on creating drama through cinematic lighting techniques.
In this week’s instalment of Tuesdays With Lauri we are going to be talking about custom brushes! In the video I will guide you through the process of creating a new brush, and will discuss about all the different brush options/settings that we can tweak when creating brushes.
In this week’s instalment of “Tuesdays With Lauri” we take a look at my latest conceptual photograph, titled “Realms of Reality”. We go through the photoshop-file, layer by layer, and along the way I explain some of the decisions I made, while editing.
In this week’s instalment of Tuesdays With Lauri, we take a “behind the scenes” -look at my latest fashion shoot that we organised in a Bombed Out Church in Liverpool, England.
In this week’s installment of Tuesdays With Lauri we take a look at how I edited this slightly underexposed image in Photoshop and recovered some much needed detail in the subject’s face and the background.
I’m not convinced that anyone has their life completely together, in fact I am certain that we all face unwarranted fears, preposterous obstacles, and a good level of doubt about our very own purpose. Thankfully, we have perspective. I want to focus on the powerful properties of perspective that we all posses, whether we’re using them or not.
In today’s instalment of “Tuesdays With Lauri”, we are going to be doing something pretty exciting. Instead of editing one of my own photographs, I will be editing one of YOUR photographs. Today’s amazing image was submitted by Veneta Karamfilova, and it looks like this:
Yago Partal presents a compelling and fun photo series: Digitally manipulating portraits of various animals, he traded in their natural fur and hide for a more fashionable outfit, ranging from hawaiian shirts and knit sweaters to leather jackets and tuxedos.
Today we will be taking a look at my photo, titled “Candyland”. We are going to take a look at how the photograph was lit, and then will move on to talk about how we can add some interest into our photographs that were shot in a studio against a “boring” white backdrop, by playing around with the colours, using textures, and creative blurs. Enjoy!
Today we are going to be finishing up our tutorial-series on compositing an image in Photoshop. Today we colour grade the photo using the curves adjustment panel, create a natural looking vignette with the lasso-tool, introduce the “iris-blur” and add some noise in select areas of the image.