I used Photoshop to create a cool artistic watercolor splash portrait.
Photoshop is no different from an artist’s canvas. It’s a combination of the art of painting and the art of photography. There literally no limit to what you can create in Photoshop. This week, I decided to create a watercolor portrait. Here’s the end result:
This is created using one of the portraits I took of my roommate using the SQUIBB (studio quality invisible black background) technique that I learned in COMM316. I took this image of my roommate with ISO 200, F.16, and at 1/160 of a second. I used a speedlight with my snoot on to create this image below If you want to my SQUIBB blog out, here’s the link!
The original image that I borrowed from Goodpix Gallery is shown below: