The Denver Area Lightroom Users Group (DALPUG) had their bi-monthly meeting tonight, and it was a lot of fun. Brian Reyman (the leader) gave some great insights on digital asset management and some really cool Lightroom and Photoshop tips and tricks. He reminded me that it’s been a while since I’ve played in Photoshop, or done tutorials here on the blog for that matter.
So, in the interests of putting some sort of creative graphic design effect together, I started playing around in Photoshop when I got home with a few different tools, effects, and all that fun stuff. When all was said and done, the effect of all of this playing produced something that I thought would be worthy of a Photoshop tutorial. However, I did run out of time to put all the screen shots and steps together for a blog post, so here is a teaser of what you might be seeing later this week!
The End Result
The ones that got me there…
The final result is a little surreal, but using the various effects were fun. It also took some rather plain photos and turned them into…well, something not so plain! 🙂 When’s the last time you played in Photoshop? Can you identify the effects used here? Share your own pictures in the comments (remember, we have image upload now!), as well as any thoughts and or feedback.
Special thanks and shout outs to Brian for hosting the DALPUG meetings and for encouraging our creativity- he puts a lot of time and effort into these and it shows!
Only a couple blog notes for today, first that the Monthly Giveaway only has a limited amount of time left for submissions, so make sure you submit your Circles themed photos to the Flickr thread before the deadline! Happy shooting and we’ll see you back here again tomorrow for more creative encouragement!