In the last post, I showed you my set up for photographing an iris flower intended for my designs. In this post, I share my creative Photoshop filter explorations.
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I can’t believe how long it’s been since I’ve posted here! You know how we sometimes go through rough patches in our lives? Well, 2016 was a humdinger for me but 2017 has brought a shift to clarity and energy and boy do I have things to share with you!
The teaser for a series of posts on photographing flowers and plants and post-processing in Photoshop and Illustrator as design elements and illustrations.
Part 3 of the tutorial for creating a photo illustration from a photograph covers methods of making a line art illustration effect using various Photoshop filters.
This Ornamental Cabbage image gets a little post-processing love and a texture treatment. I used OnOne’s Perfect Effects filter to add vibrancy. I also extended the canvas with a layer mask.
I’m often asked how I to get crisp details and bright tones in florals. Of course, getting a good capture to begin with is the most important step, but we’ll cover that another time! Using Photoshop filters is a great way to enhance the details.
Photograph of a peony with a texture, Adobe Photoshop CS6 Oil Paint filter and a Topaz Labs filter.
I’ve used two Topaz Labs filters and a texture for this vintage still life. See the Before and After with details.
A Before and After quick view of a Camellia image with texture and filters for a painterly effect. See the tutorial for a more detailed step by step.
Fairly advanced Photoshop tutorial showing step by step details to create this painterly Camellia image. The image uses a texture and 3 filters, 2 Topaz Labs filters and the Pixel Bender Oil Paint filter. Also uses layer adjustments, clipping masks, and layer masks.