It’s time to get #CreatingFromHome
Hi everyone, this is @hobopeeba , wrapping up my takeover. Don’t forget to share art that you’ve produced while #CreatingFromHome . Be sure to use the hashtag for the chance to be featured on the Photoshop Instagram page!�• I shot this piece in a beautiful café, and all the flying elements around are real things from this café. But, of course, we used Photoshop to make them float around. • Model: @veryire • See bonus content in today's Instagram story.
Back for another day of #CreatingFromHome ! @hobopeeba here, again, encouraging you to share your art using the hashtag #CreatingFromHome . • Often ideas come up when looking at old photos from trips. I can then edit the photos in Photoshop to create new fantasies like this one.�• Be sure to check out our Instagram stories if you’re into before & afters and behind the scenes! • Model: @betsy .ov
Hi, @hobopeeba here again, with #CreatingFromHome . • Although this photo was shot on tulip fields in the Netherlands, I edited this later on in Photoshop. The great thing about digital art is that you can keep on #CreatingFromHome . • Model: @asyen_k • Check Instagram Stories to see before/after of this photo and backstage.
Hi, it’s @hobopeeba again, reminding you to keep #CreatingFromHome . This month, share your artwork with the hashtag #CreatingFromHome for the chance to be featured on the Photoshop Instagram. • This photo was taken on a trip, but the image was edited at home. Try looking back into your photos archives or using stock photos for creative inspiration when #CreatingFromHome . • Model: @deloramarcell • Check Instagram Stories to see how we did it.
Hey again, @hobopeeba here for my second day of the Photoshop takeover, encouraging you all to keep #CreatingFromHome ! • To see something new, sometimes just sitting down is enough. To do something new, you need to look into your soul and fish out everything that is hidden away by everyday life. And to show your imagination, you need #Photoshop . • Check out today’s Instagram Stories for a tap to edit of this photo and BTS.
Hey everyone, it’s @hobopeeba here, bringing you Photoshop’s new theme: #CreatingFromHome . Right now, many people around the world are staying at home for the good of everyone. Although our lives are changing, we want to encourage everyone to keep creating where you can. Starting today, share your work using the hashtag #CreatingFromHome . We'll share some of your art on the Photoshop page to keep people inspired during this time. • I’m a photographer from Moscow and I’m SUPER excited to be taking over the Photoshop Instagram this week. I am 32 years old and have been working with Photoshop since I was 14. My photos are about magic around us, about kindness, and about unity with the world. You can see how different pieces of art complement each other, flowing from one to another. • Model: @chashashuli
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Hi, it’s @khomenko .maryna bringing you this month’s #Ps_Swipe tutorial. Slide through these tutorial videos to learn how I edited this composite using Photoshop. • I started with a photo I had taken in Prague of a street with beautiful old buildings. I cropped it and transformed the ground a bit in order to help place myself (it is a self-portrait ) “closer” to the camera. • It’s much easier to create surreal backgrounds over a photo you’ve taken or a stock photo than from scratch because you can see the correct angle and lighting of the objects in the scene. I looked at the houses (these were shot on 14mm lens ) and tried to place my books exactly as the houses were, using the same lighting, angle, and lens. And then all I had to do was to cut the books out of the original image with Quick Selection Tool and Polygonal Lasso Tool and place it into my scene. • Free Transform and Warp are really great for shaping objects. I tried to follow the lines and edges from the original photo and if the angles are correct it won’t be a problem to fit it in. • Then I took self-portrait using similar to the lighting to my scene. I cut myself from the picture with Quick Selection Tool (I use it almost all the time ) and made the edges cleaner with Select and Mask or Polygonal Lasso Tool. • It’s important to notice the dirty colors and chromatic aberrations. You can fix those with Color Blend Mode. It helps to work with small areas and control all the details. I added some fog to the background with the Brush Tool (Opacity about 10% ) on the layer under the character and changed Blend Mode to Overlay to add more volume and air to the scene, which pops up our character and makes the scene soft and dreamy. • Adding the snow layer (Screen Blend Mode ) helps to combine all the elements in the picture together and brings more life and a fairytale atmosphere to the scene. • I finished by working with colors to make the picture warmer using a Gradient Map layer with Soft Light Mode. I deepened my shadows with contrast, made the shadows colder, and popped up all the colors with a Lightroom Preset. • Hope you learned something from this tutorial!
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Hi, it’s @lellopepper ! I’m thrilled to introduce this month's theme: #Ps_Powerful . • What does it mean to be powerful? What does it mean for an image to have power? To me, power is love, compassion, and kindness. Power is art that moves you and others. Power can be an extension of you! When I look back at the photos I've created, I think about the environment in which they were taken, all the details, variables and artistic growth from the journey. I think it's important to stay true to yourself. Personally, I enjoy sticking to simple fundamentals and bright color palettes. Bringing together simplicity and realness in a way that evokes the power of relatability. I hope you’ve enjoyed these show-and-tell photos. Signing off and wishing you all love and light + fruit! Xx 🍇 • See the power of editing in our Instagram Stories and be sure to hashtag all your powerful photos with #Ps_Powerful for a chance to be featured!
Hello everyone! @lellopepper here, sharing some photo treats. This whole photoshoot was such fun. I followed my intuition and decided at the end of the shoot to cut triangle shapes out of my colored gels. I taped them to the model’s face. Crazy, I know! It added a completely new vibe and the photos took on a different persona and creative direction that wasn’t originally planned. Has this ever happened to you? ⚡️ • Check out today’s Instagram Stories for BTS footage!
@lellopepper back again with more fruit! What can I say, I just love it, and I hope you do too. I’m so happy to share this ol' fruit photo with you all; it’s one of my earliest fruit snaps. I did a remedy re-work of the fruit layout in @Photoshop . It's incredible to see how changing the arrangement can lead to a powerful motif and how Photoshop is a huge star in my journey of creating photography 🌟 • Head on over to our Instagram Stories for the before & after of this image!
Hi everyone! It's @lellopepper here on our third day of color worlds. This photo is a special one. It was taken back in 2011 and features a vintage glass fruit mobile that was part of my grandma's old glass collection. I have a thing with fruit and enjoy injecting it into various creations. I also have a thing for gap teeth. I think they make for such a beautiful strong subject. I enjoy finding the beauty in the unordinary 🍎
@lellopepper here! This photo is like a banana staring contest that was truly inspired by bright yellow hair and brown roots. I thought the fixed gaze and color aesthetics paired nicely with freckled bananas 🍌 • I've removed the corn (see Instagram Stories for what I mean ), added details in the sheer fabric across the model's face, and brought out details on the eyes and lips. Bumping up the yellow color to a nice vivid tone is a game-changer. • Head to our Instagram Stories for a tap to edit of this image!