There are times when we really love a how a photograph turns out, but we don’t like how something or someone is in the photo. That’s where Photoshop comes in. With the correct technique and skill, one image can be seamlessly blended into another. Most of the time clients want faces to be swapped, and here is an example of that.
This is an abstract edit I did for someone. She wanted something special, and I was more than happy to do this. These kind of edits generally take an hour or two, and looking at the final output, I must say the time and effort was worth it.
This is a very recent composite: A young monk sitting in the middle of a lake. This edit falls under the advanced background change and manipulation category. In case you didnt notice it, there is a Lord Buddha shaped cloud in the background which is also custom made.
A clean double exposure portrait I very recently created, the image immediately sparks a feeling of peace in my heart, with a little feeling of frailty residing somewhere in this picture.
This picture is an example of what we like to call Photo Restoration in Photopshop. All the areas with wear and tear are fixed using various editing tools. Then to finish things up, what seemed impossible a couple of years ago is done here-Convert a b/w photo into a colored one, and that too with considerable ease.
These kinds of pictures also go on to show what Photoshop is really capable of and how powerful it is as a photo editor.
A water photo manipulation. This is composite was time consuming; but I am overall happy with the outcome.
The original image was taken from http://www.pexelbay.com
Double Exposure edits are in trend these days. I tried my hand at it too. Fairly easy to do, and the resulting image looks pretty good too.