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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When photographing a flower to create a motif for your designs or illustrations, you may need to cheat a bit. Check out my set up, pre photography manipulations and Photoshop post processing and edits.
The teaser for a series of posts on photographing flowers and plants and post-processing in Photoshop and Illustrator as design elements and illustrations.
This photograph of a French tower was created with filters, selective desaturation, and the addition of a watercolor texture.
In the 4th and Final part of this tutorial, we put together the line illustration and the color image and use watercolor brushes in the layer masks.
I tried out a watercolor filter in Filter Forge on this photograph of the Château de Chinon in France.
In part 1 of this 4 part tutorial you’ll find an overview of how to create this photo illustration effect using a color photograph with a line drawing effect.
It can be frustrating having a lot of Photoshop brushes, but not remembering where they are or what they are. Here are a few suggestions for easier ways to view, find, and manage your brushes.
Guide Guide is a free extension for Photoshop that quickly creates guides and grids. Find mid-points and create grids with margins, columns and gutters.
Power tips to give you total control over placing a texture into your image file and using the transform tool in Photoshop and Elements to resize the texture.