Tag : Australia

Violin on Beach - Seoul Photographer

Violin Post Processing Part 3 – Photoshop and Lightroom – Seoul Photographer

Here we are, back for the third and final part in this series. If you haven’t seen parts 1 and 2, they are here and here. So far, we have used photomerge to generate a panorama, composited in some cliffs and a sky, and cleaned everything up a little. There are still a couple more steps to be done before the image is complete, and they are recreation of the original depth of field I desired, and giving the image […]

Violin on Beach - Seoul Photographer

Violin Shoot Post Processing Part 2 – Photoshop Compositing – Seoul Photographer

Here we are, back for the second part of this rundown; the part where things get juicy! In the last post, I went over using Photoshop’s photomerge from Lightroom, cleaning up the foreground, and bringing my model back in without distortion. In today’s post, I will be running you through the techniques used to finish creating the world. Let’s dip straight in. The final image I had in my mind saw Nahrae surrounded by cliffs – a secluded place, a […]

Subject Defined Portrait – Seoul Portrait Photographer

For the last four weeks, I have been visiting my family in my home country of Australia. It has been good to see the sunburnt land again, and (touch wood) avoid the bushfires so far. One of the tasks I set myself while I am here is portraits of my family. Not in the traditional sense. I want to evoke each of their personalities in the images I make. With that in mind, I started my project by photographing my […]