Boost your Creativity by editing in Photoshop

For this project, besides setting all the plans and arrangements during the shoots, I edited in Lightroom Classic. Once done that, I wanted to add something more to the picture and make the “creative juices” flow in order to come up with something different. So, after editing on Lightroom I went and used Photoshop to add different elements to the original material. Here’s what I came up with after editing:

Photoshop, Edit, Cabin, Tetons, Trees, Lumberjack, Black & White

For this picture I shot in Sky Mountain Lodge in Victor, Idaho. I used the Rouge FlashBender to expose both the sky and the model properly. Also the available natural light was my light source. The original picture looked like this.

cabin, photoshop, edit, lumberjack

I added another picture that I took close to the Tetons and the new background for the picture.

Nature, tetons, before, photoshop

Also I came up with this picture. This one was taken close the the Teton National Park.

Photoshop, Edit, Cabin, Tetons, Sky, Native Americans

Originally it looked like this.

Photoshop, Edit, Cabin, Tetons, Sky, Native Americans

Then I just added a royalty free image of the sky to change the background. This image I got it from the free stock photo website https://www.pexels.com/

royalty free, sky

And finally I did this picture in my studio.

Photoshop, Edit, Gentleman, Fashion, Man, Hat, Sunglasses, Black & White

I added a royalty free image that has a lot of texture. This image I got it from the free stock photo website https://www.pexels.com/Photoshop, Edit, Texture, Royalty Free, White

And this is how the original picture looked without the Photoshop editing.

Photoshop, Edit, Gentleman, Fashion, Man, Hat, Sunglasses, Black & White

Also, check out what the Adobe Photoshop website advices when combining images in creative ways here.

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