I’m very excited to share a new tutorial on replacing skies in Photoshop. In this video, I demonstrate how to use the Content-Aware Fill, Channels, Layer Mask, and Dodge/Burn tools to create a matte for the existing bland-looking sky and drop in a new sky.
I recently finished up two compositing projects. In both cases, I was asked to replace the screens in the videos. The videos are below with a description of my process for each. Continue reading
I have finished a tutorial on how to upsample images in Adobe Photoshop CC with the new ‘Preserve Details’ feature. Upsampling is the process of mathematically interpolating new pixels to enlarge images based on the pixels surrounding them. If this video helps you, be sure to leave a comment below.
This is the first in my series of tutorials on the new Adobe Creative Cloud software released last month. Shake Reduction is an awesome new tool that allows photographs that were previously useless because of camera shake-induced blur to be restored with minimal artifacts. If you have Photoshop CC or even if you’re just interested in the program, check it out below. Enjoy and feel free to leave a comment letting me know what you think.
I took a couple of cinematography classes in the past year, and I finally decided to post my work here. The first film is based on a conspiracy theme and was done for a lighting assignment. I functioned mainly as a grip. The second film is a montage sequence where I was a grip/gaffer.