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No model: Image 2

March 17, 2014

It's just a follow up to our last post! 

Here is another image form the "selfie" photo shoot. This image uses the same setting and same lighting as the last one, only difference in the main image is me wrapping my arms around my own head trying to hid my arms behind so they didn't look as if they were my own hands. I already had the idea for the image, so I purposely did this so there was less editing needed. The hand on the shoulder was added to the image. This hand was taken from another image from the same photo shoot and same lighting so the hand looked like it belonged. For this I did not think as far ahead so I did not take an individual images of the hand, and had to cut it out of image in a very long and tedious way. 

A LOT of masking involved!

 

 

For the different shades in the hands, the was moreMasking! I simply added a blue hue over the hands with many different brush effects to make the skin look worn and decayed... (Gross) but it looks cool! Looking back on the images I would probably add full image blue hue, but the secret to being a good image editor is know when to stop so you don't over work the image.

To view the full sized image please check out our Facebook page!!!

 

I appreciate everyone who views my blog, i'd love to hear what you all think!

 

 

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