Hey everyone, I'm relatively new to the community but I've been a fan of Fstoppers as I've grown through my photography and one of the main inspirations I've taken away from the content here has been my tentative foray into photo blended composites. That being said I don't really have a good forum to give me any pointers on the work I've made...
Hello everyone I'm new to cosplay photography in the sense of editing and was wondering if there was tutorials you all recommend to look into. I'm trying to work on a Captain Marvel edit but failing. Having issues with plasma effect and outer how as well as blending multiple layers.
Wanted to share my tribute to Thanos for Avengers End Game . one of my favorite villain
Last March I attended a Cosplay contest in my city and I've stumble upon this cosplayer with a nice Thanos Armor! well had to stop him and take few picture (luckily with a plan black background).
Honestly creating the portal has been quite an...
Compositing and heavy editing is not my usual style, but I came up with this concept and just wanted to have a go for a bit of fun.
We shot the main image at about 1am down a nearby tree-covered footpath with low streetlights. The balloon dog and origami birds were shot at home.
It's not perfect but it was a fun little experiment...
Here's a recent project I worked for La Casa del Waffle here in Mexico. I did all the shots withouth any food styling because I'm not used on that really, so I always do this with the real food.
I used a Fuji XT3 + Fujinon 56mm 1.2 for this.
The food was lightened with the Godox AD600BM + 110cm beauty dish from the back top at 45º...
I was doing a wedding when i saw a rounded lamp, so i took this photo and then i edited in photoshop almost all the background duplicated and made some lights to make it more dramatic.
A composite of my own images. The tree and cloud elements were shot at different times of the year in Tennessee. The water and reflections were created in photoshop and overlaid with an image of lake water. The moon and birds were created in photoshop.
Background Street shot, 24mm, ƒ5, 1/500sec, ISO64
Model in studio, 50mm, ƒ3.5, 1/250sec ISO64. Gridded 36" strip lights each side and behind. One light 20º grid just to add a bit of light to her face, above camera right.
Working with and planning this shoot with a graphic artist produced absolutley awesome results... The lighting was 6 speedlights with radio triggers 3 of which had blue gel filters to create the glow for the after effects in post... Im currious as to how any of you may have done this image differently to suit taste and or marketability...we are...
Client asked for a Mermaid picture and one with a 50s scif B movie feel.
The Mermaid pic is pretty basic. The scifi one was a bigger job utilizing a lot of 3d modelling before compositing in Photoshop.
These were shot on a bluescreen on a Nikon d610.
I love having light in photos. I developed a light set that doesn't have any bronzy tones. If anyone is interested there is a free download link http://bit.ly/FREElight
I also made a video here on how it works: https://youtu.be/khvsZbR0pcg