In photography today, a high-key image is one that is almost entirely very bright with very little or no dark shadows present. This is usually a creative decision made by the photographer, in order to create a certain mood in the image. A bright, "airy" image most often creates a light, pleasant mood, as opposed to a dark, shadowy image that most often creates a dramatic, romantic, or even scary mood. A good photographer knows how to use not just lighting, but also pose and composition and other elements to create an impactful high-key photograph.
Take a photograph utilizing elements that are repeated. The repetition of lines, shapes, tones or color can create interesting images. The pattern can be the main subject of an image or the patterns can be used to enhance the overall composition. Patterns are all around us, in nature, or man-made.
Most great images are not spontaneous. They are more often well thought out and carefully crafted, taking into consideration such things as what you choose to include in the frame, lighting, the background, your chosen perspective, and many other elements. In this talk, Steve goes through his entire process. From seeing and identifying the image to choosing the message, and the step by step progression of building the final composition.
This presentation will focus on using Lightroom and Photoshop tools to remove unwanted objects in photos.
Ivan will go over the editing tools of each program with a focus on the Spot Heal/ Clone Stamp and Content-Aware tools. He will also explain the Layers and Masking tools.
Kids are schooled at home. People work from kitchen tables and don't go to restaurants, shopping malls, and movies. We see long lines in supermarkets for food, toilet paper, and Lysol. Some of us are even missing rush hour traffic time. Submit up to 3 images portraying life in the time of Covid-19