Friday, April 10, 2009

Heavy photoshopping

I'm not usually a huge fan of the heavy photoshopped look, but when I shot these photos, I had PS in mind, and wanted to go for the digital urban look. I'm not thrilled with them, but I thought it would be fun to show the straight off the camera pics beside the photoshopped ones.


SOTC (straight off the camera)





This one was a fav shot of mine, and the original was messed up






See the rest here


Momma Miller said...

OH my. I love these, Niecey! My dad sent me his old copy of PS when he got his new one. I'm gonna have to pull it out and start playing one of these days. How fun!

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allenaim photography and design said...

I love them...especially the 70's guitar playing one!

Krystal said...

I found you through I heart faces and sent you a few emails about photoshop earlier in the week!

These are amazing!! I love them! What did you do to get those? Can you share? Or is just several actions over each other? Just curious!

But great job! Those are awesome!


Kinsleys3 said...

Awesome - looks like the cover of some contemporary Christian artist's album!

Fresh Mommy said...

I love the edits!!!! Incredible. That urban look is very cool... you hit the nail on the head!!


Amanda @ Crowlspace said...

I love what you've done with the photos, they look fantastic. The edits just bring the photos to life.

EL at Through My Own Lens said...

Oh.My.Goodness!!! WOW! I am completely amazed at your PS skills (I've never worked with PS before)! WOW-WEE!!! Uh, yeah. Especially the one that was completely DARK SOOC!!! How in the heck?!?! Do you give lessons?! He he he! WOW!!! Did I say that already?!

Laura said...

I recently ordered a copy of PSE and lightroom - I am looking forward to getting to play! Did you use actions or just play around?

drewmark19 said...

These are just amazing. Many people criticize photoshopping, but I think it takes a special talent to figure out what works with changes. I've looked through your blog, and I really love your photos. You seem to have adopted a signature look to them. Very, very nice!