Working With Textures And Intentional Camera Movement – Another Approach

Since I wrote my original post on texture layers and ICM I have tried an alternate approach that I thought I’d share.20190513-_DSF2387-2700-800

It’s not exactly a revolutionary discovery, it’s more of a shortcut when processing and use of several texture layers with different blend modes. Normally when I process in Photoshop I do a lot of fine tuning, global and local adjustments before I start experimenting with textures.

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Intentional Camera Movement And Texture Layers

A FEW WORDS ABOUT MY “VISIONS” PORTFOLIO

Visions

 

Do You Ever Get The Feeling That You Got Something For Free?

Even though I had spent hours on each photo and put a lot of thought into every processing decision, this was the feeling I got when I started experimenting with textures on my ‘old’ ICM images, what was to become my “Visions” project. This was of course an illusion, after all I – as always – had but a lot of thought and effort into the original processing. Nevertheless, it was a good feeling that gave me energy when I chose the perfect texture and blend mode for my favourite images that I thought had potential for new life with the help of further processing by adding one or several texture layers. Continue reading

A Study In Colours – Volume Eleven

I’ve added a new photo to my A Study In Colours project.

A Study In Colours - Volume Eleven

It was shoot with my X100T in October last year visiting a favourite location of mine nearby. The light came and went so I went back and forth between using my B+W CPL to slow the shutter and using the CPL with the X100T built in 3 stop ND. The built in ND is a feature that I really like, it comes in very handy, just activate it and it’s there.

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