THE MANY USES OF PHOTOSHOP
This project needed just some subtle touch-up for the VIP. I like that no one would notice if on its own.
SWE asked me to create a 10 foot banner for their conference. The male was later asked to be added due to the fact that SWE was not only for women. I had to take the pictures at two different days and Photoshop him into the background.
This commission was for an executive at a hospital. She wanted this very old photo restored and set up to be protected in a rectangular frame.
This is some of the funnest things to do with Photoshop. Taking some people and creating a scene from it. This one was an idea to take my son's favorite movie and turn him into Obi Wan. I had him dress up to look the part and I wore a Darth Vader helmet with a short cape and my wife's black gloves. Since the helmet was only a mask and the cape was short I put on a black sweatshirt and put the hood up to hide the fact that the costume was flawed. The space ships and AT-AT's were from the internet. The planet, smoke, stars, explosion, and glowing effects were done in Photoshop.
If you do one child you have to do the other:)
Can you tell I enjoy these? The photo of my son isn't the one I used but this was the outfit I used for him, minus the cape.
This whole piece was done in Photoshop. There were no scanned images or photos. This was a part of what was to be used on the side of the Fab Lab semi trailer.
I started incorporating real objects like the ice cubes and cardboard into a digital painting.
I wanted to play around with the idea of illegal aliens from the 1800s to actual aliens from space. It was to look like an old photograph but set in a somewhat whimsical way.
This project was to have a simple look. This was not the finished piece. My job was to take out the background and straighten the shelf since it was bowing. I then had to duplicate the products to look like it was filling the shelf.