Portfolio Exhibit 10 - Experimental
Excellent job, Ashley, going from the original photo to removing red from the face (Ashley1) to creating an old style portrait (Ashley2).
Nice start, Brandon. There is a dehaze tool in camera raw that allowed me to get rid of all the haze. That tends to make the picture darker in the process, so I adjusted the histogram a bit more. Finally, I removed the luminance and color noise.
Brock, nice work - very creative. You could probably sell this to TIME or Newsweek magazine.
Well done, David. The face swaps look very real.
Jacquelyn, this is a good start to your design. The biggest problem is your file is 391x513 pixels at 72 DPI. If you were really creating a poster, it would need to be 7200 x 10800 pixels at 300 DPI (or 24 inches x 36 inches). Your image is postage stamp size compared to that.
Other than the size issue, I enjoyed your design!
Jeff, I think your bear needs to color match your background a bit better. (Image menu, adjustments, color match) I also think he needs a little more breathing room. A very creative idea! You probably ought to put the constellation Ursa Major in the background (the great bear).
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Rosanna, this is nicely designed. It's great just the way it is. If I would add anything, I might do a slight gradient to highlight the save area. Well done!
Good design, Spencer. A couple suggestions. I'd bring up your text work in the lower left corner - it's almost lost in the background. The other would be to add more noise to the image, since it's a little noisy already. Sounds a little counterintuitive, but it works on this image.
Pretty darn good, Kolby. I'd suggest working to harmonize the values and colors of the background. For your son, I've used a color match dialog - found in the IMAGE -> ADJUSTMENTS menu. That ares (Snow Canyon) was just a mile away from my home in Ivins for twelve years. Love that place!
Joe, your background is light and air. I think you ought to unbox your design and stick with that feeling. In my feedback, I've chosen a light font - Avenir - and used a color from your desktop for it. I've unboxed your buttons, and lightened the computer's background.
Kaitlin - great job on the cinemagraph! It's kind of fun watching that bicyclist appear out of nowhere in the lower left corner. For the class, I've added a tutorial video (above right).
Kevin, this is a creative photomanipulation! Well done! My only suggestion is to work the fur under the children back in more.
Krista, I would suggest exploring organic shapes more, and fonts too. Try to avoid the center as you place your elements in the canvas. Search for things that resonate with you when you explore shapes and color. Since your text was green, I chose variations of that in my feedback. The font I used was Avenir.