Spent a while on Friday night trying to get a half decent photo of a heron. Not a keen lover of birds but herons make a great model for a newbie wildlife photographer as they tend to stay still for long periods of time.
This one didn’t want to co-operate though and insisted moving and making me cross a bridge over and over again. My goal is to one day have a photo of a heron in flight, no wait, I have loads of them. My goal is to get a photo of a heron in flight, and in focus.
But anyhoo, thats not what todays blog is about…
This week Bert creates a wood and a marble floor.
Corey Barker recreates the poster for the new Star Trek film using images of the Photoshop Guys.
Recreating something is a great way to learn Photoshop. It can be quite shocking too! I recently saw a poster for a Ghost Walk at a castle that had no more than an outer glow, emboss and a blurred cloud layer.
Ok, before you lynch me, I know it is the design that is important not the execution, and for that reason I believe that designers are under valued. (Phew, I think I might just have gotten away with it)
Leading on from Planet Photoshop’s tutorial, here are some links to movie poster sites, with a few of my favorites.
Have a great Monday, see you tomorrow!
- Resetting Text Attributes to Their Default in Photoshop
- Photoshop’s Share Button
- Adding Snow with After Effects and Photoshop
- The Green Room – 1: Stick That in Your Pineapple
- Animated Handwriting Techniques
- Adobe Essential Graphics
- Accessing Technology Previews in Lightroom CC Mobile
- The Details Panel in Photoshop Shake Reduction
- Dynamic Repeat Grids in Adobe Xd
- Create Easy Repeat Grids in Adobe Xd – And Make a Photo Grid for Instagram