Tutorial 8 - Flower Triptych


I've chosen a bright colourful image inspired by Andy Warhols iconic Marilyn Monroe image. Perfect for the hot summer we're having here in the UK. This show covers how to examine the brightness values in your image and how to apply a colour altering gradient map.

Flower Triptych

Tutorial 8 - Flower Triptych

I've chosen a bright colourful image inspired by Andy Warhols iconic Marilyn Monroe image. Perfect for the hot summer we're having here in the UK. This show covers how to examine the brightness values in your image and how to apply a colour altering gradient map.

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Today we have the final chapter in the Flower Triptych tutorial. Slightly shorter than usual but packed with goodness. Today we duplicate images, modify our gradient maps, paste our three images into a single document, play around with smart objects and finally print our images. Hope you enjoy it.
Part 3 of our Flower Triptych tutorial sees us finish the first of our three flowers by examining our image, creating a plan and then executing it. We do some selective darkening, add some contrast and selective lightening as well as selective sharpening and we remove a small colour cast.
This week we improve the background of our image and cover some spot editing and contrast work that really brings out the vibrant colours in our flower image.
24 hours later than planned but this week we see the start of another new tutorial. This time I've chosen a bright colourful image inspired by Andy Warhols iconic Marilyn Monroe image. Perfect for the hot summer we're having here in the UK. This show covers how to examine the brightness values in your image and how to apply a colour altering gradient map.