Hello, fellow creators!
Today’s Dragon Whisperer is the premium membership sneak peek released just for August. This image is being made into a jigsaw puzzle available this holiday season in major retailers worldwide like Amazon, Target, Walmart, and through the toy company itself TOYNK.com!
You are going to learn about lots of free and paid stock sites while you build this composite.
Gather Castle ImagesFirst, find your stock images to build your composite.
This image uses a castle, a dragon, candles, smoke flames, sparks, a crystal ball, and a sky.
There are several free sites like PNGtree, Unsplash, and Clipart Library to browse. Visit Adobe Stock, PixelSquid, or Shutterstock if you’d like to invest in a premium stock site.
Pro tip: having at least one high-quality premium stock membership gives you images you can always rely on.
To begin, first set your image size to at least a minimum of 3,000 pixels on your width and height.
Hello fellow creators!
Nothing says summer like bathing suits, and beaches, right?
In this week's live streaming tutorial, "Summer Buddies" found in the Artistic Hand edits category Tara shows us how to achieve the perfect Americana vintage postcard feel using an original JPEG image.
Even Tara admits at least once a year accidentally shoots in jpeg while she meant to shoot in-camera raw. I was glad to know my noisy jpeg images still had hope!
Oops, I did it again
Starting in-camera raw we bring up the shadows and bring down the highlights due to the cool tones of the original image. To counteract that, Under the luminance of the HSL greyscale, bring the oranges up just a bit to give it the warmness it needs to feel vintage.
NOTE: Remember all of the adjustments are going to be more extreme if you are working with a jpeg image. Just make adjustments according to your own edit.
Toes in the sand
By opening up curves to bring up the...