In this tutorial I share one of my favourite time-saving hacks for retouching images that allows you to view an image in dual windows, so you don’t need to keep zooming in and out to check your progress.
We take you behind the scenes of an actor’s editorial shoot. Here, Gina and Valerie discuss the planning process, determining what needs to be achieved, the different “looks” needed, how she achieved her goals in the setting provided and when and why lighting was brought in. They reveal what techniques were used to create moody settings and how to shoot in almost pitch black circumstances and how to create beautiful backgrounds out of nothing. #ginachallenge #slashies Click play to listen to the podcast or find it on iTunes here. If you don’t use iTunes you can get the feed here, or listen to us on Stitcher radio. Show notes Useful links 20,000 Watt Light Bulb Test 35mm Showdown: Canon, Canon L and Sigma Comparison Behind the scenes on an actor’s editorial shoot Timothy Springs actor singer dancer aerialist and model. Seen as a face for the “Back to Blue” print...
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