An old image I have recently remembered about; from my A2 photography coursework.
Based on studies from Chuck Anderson, Hayley Barker, Charlie Waite and many more.
Exploring landscapes, however I wanted a contemporary medium applied thus the colours, giving my coursework the title.
'Paint the World in Colour'
Panoramic of 8 images shoot at:
ISO - 200
F/Stop - 5.6
Shutter - 1/125sec
Over exp +0.3
stitched together within Photoshop CS5
Re opening in Lightroom and applying post cropping vignetting
returning back to Photoshop and duplicating the photo 5 times
Layer 1 and 2; applying a painted effect and stronger contrast; Poster Edge Filter & Cut Out Filter
Both layers too Lighten Colour
Layer 3 - Applying standard colour spiral gradient from centre of image - Layer mode - Soft Light
Layer 4 - Applying lens flairs in the sky
Layer 5 - Sparkles and light trails using out glows and various sizes of brushes
(Using Wacom Valito helped)
Layer masks applyed on all to tone down areas of colour or using dodge and burn tools to increase strength of light and shadows.
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