Take a look though my "Never Stop Learning" weekly posts & more. You'll be able to see me try out techniques that are new to me, keep my chops up on techniques I've learned through the years, and talk about adjustments I'm making to my workflow to become more efficient/proficient with the Adobe Creative Suite, major focus on Photoshop and Illustrator.
This is one I’ve been itching to try out for MONTHS!!! High Dynamic Range is gaining popularity especially with Faux HDR or HDR Toning Apps/Filters. I wanted to learn the real way by merging multiple exposures in Adobe Photoshop CS6 to get more detail and a true High Dynamic Range.
(Below) Gas Mask by: Freehand Profit
My first crack at HDR under really great circumstances. With a Normal Dynamic Range, you would not get all that detail in the “nose” or canister area. I also had some fun with the new blur gallery =D
Video in Adobe Photoshop CS6 is a handy tool for simple videos. I decided to torture myself and do something complex =D This was the first vid I did with Ps and I didn’t do a good job on the export but it’s a good first run:
Most of the work I do is Compositing… I guess =D
I better step my game up, so I studied up this week and this is what I did with what I learned:
Take a look at this scene staring Russell Preston Brown & Medusa & share the story YOU see. I put this together in 1 sitting just tinkering so I didn’t have a specific story in mind. Instead I decided to place elements to hint at a story and YOU fill in the gaps. Kinda like a visual “Mad Libs” =D Have FUN!!!
I borrowed a picture of the amazing Russell Brown to get this done. I hope he likes it =)