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Falon

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac desktop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    Spyder
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Canon 7D
    Canon EF 50mm 1.2
    Canon Zoom EF 24-105mm
    Canon Macro lens 100mm 2.8
    Wide angle EF-S10-22mm 3.5-4.5
    Zoom EF 70-200 2.8
    Drone Mavic Pro 2
    Speedlite 580 EXII

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  1. Hey Damien, I seen this picture on a wall when I was on holidays and I loved it. I was wondering if you would know how she has created this? I tried to get a link but I couldn’t on the specific photo as her website isn’t up and running so I had to screen shot it from her face book business page
  2. Ok thank you it won’t be until early feb I was just unsure if I could achieve this look so thought I’d check before booking her in 😁
  3. Hey Damien, Ive had a client contact me wanting me to achieve this look. Is it going to be easy to achieve. It’s not my style and I don’t like it but I’m happy to do it if it can be done. Would you be able to help me achieve this? https://www.moodymamaphoto.com/blog/2019/4/4/peavey-family
  4. Hi there, I get a lot of the backgrounds from Etsy. I just search the particular theme I’m looking for and then I go from there. I sometimes also add more to an image myself and use overlays etc that I purchase through Etsy as well. So your first step is to find your digital image that you like. I haven’t used any tutorials I have just taught myself so I can’t help you there sorry. Then I photograph my subject on a black background or a white background depending on the digital background I have purchased. If it’s a darker background I go with black if it’s lighter white. Remember to make sure your lighting matches your background. Once you have your image of your subject add it to the digital background as Damien has linked above and mask out the unwanted areas. Next step is to get that size correct so it looks most realistic. Then it’s your levels and skin work. Once that’s all done I add shadows which plays a big role it getting it to look like the person is actually in the photo. Hope this helps and good luck they are loads of fun to create.
  5. Hey Damien, Im having issues every time I seem to place a image in ps it shuts down and i get this msg. I was getting it a bit the other day but now its continious
  6. All good I've worked it out
  7. Im having trouble subtracting the lines in this crown template. Can you see what I'm doing wrong please
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    https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/661423625/magic-wand-overlays-sparkle-stardust?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=magic+sparkles&ref=sr_gallery-1-3&bes=1
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    Is this better? Id like to create a magic looking trail near the santa but I'm not sure if its working for me. Do you know how to make that glowy glitter look?
  10. Falon

    H Crawling

    Sorry i should have posted this
  11. Falon

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    Is was up in the air as he was going to place it down do you think more shadows?
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