To learn more about photography,
sign up to receive my NEW Newsletter.
The sign-up form is on the upper right of this blog.
I have Spring Fever BIG TIME!
I played around in Photoshop to create this whimsical,
carefree...SPRINGY portrait of a baby floating by
The photo is a compilation of three other photos!
If you want to try it...here's how I did it:
I started with a photo of someone holding up a baby in the air.
I took this one last fall. I had to do some magical cloning
to get rid of Dad's hand and arm.
Then I cloned my kids out of this photo so I could
use the background.
I snagged the balloons from this photo...
One of my dud photos from a trampoline photo
shoot last summer.
But the balloons were perfect!
I layered it all together and got this:
Look through your photos for somebody running,
or jumping or spreading their arms like this:
You can use my background, and I made a PNG of
the balloons for you to scoot into your photo.
And create something like this:
Create some spring MAGIC!
Such happy, fun photos, Jill. Love them all.ReplyDelete
She's adorable- love the colors in these too.ReplyDelete
That is so cool!!! Thanks for sharing your ingenious idea :)ReplyDelete
That's crazy genius Jill! Love this.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous editing, I love the whimsical touch! The little girl is just adorable.ReplyDelete
This is so fun! Thank you for showing us how you created the image. I love it!ReplyDelete
Visiting from Tuesday Muse :)
Isn't photoshop so much fun. In my post, I helped the longhorn cow appear in the field of wildflowers, however, did not do nearly as good a job as you did. This is such a cute digital creation that you have done! Love it!ReplyDelete
Delicious photos fanciful and beautiful colors, I like, full of poetry ...ReplyDelete
Magical photos, indeed, Jill!ReplyDelete
I LOVE your floating baby photo. It'll make a beautiful whimsical greeting card :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by pret-a-vivre.
We have a weekly linky party on Thursday, please come by and join us if you have time.
That is very cool! I love playing around with my Photoshop, so am going to have to try this! Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Such a fun post! Thanks for sharing. We featured you again this week for inspired tuesday.ReplyDelete