Sorry for the lack of updates recently! I’ve been super busy doing freelance game dev so photography has had to take a back seat for a couple of weeks.
Whenever I’ve had a few spare moments I’ve been dabbling with some new editing methods to add a bit of magic to my images. I’m working on a project which hopefully I’ll be able to share with you all once my schedule calms down a bit!
In the meantime, I hope you like my latest image! As always, you can see a larger version and my other images over on my portfolio.
This is the first in what I hope will be a series of dark dreamlike images.
Ever since I left Scotland I keep dreaming about walking through the gorgeous snowy woodland there. I can’t physically go back yet, so I decided to revisit it in the next best way 🙂
For my photography friends, here’s a little bit of additional info… The backdrop is from Scotland – a shot I took a few weeks ago. The person is me (in a wig – a purple bob wouldn’t have worked so well!). I photographed myself today against a plain magnolia painted wall. Since I was wearing black, this made it super simple to create a layer mask in Photoshop using luminosity masks. The toning and slight glow to the image was added as a final step using Macphun’s Tonality Pro. All images used were shot with my Sony A7ii.
As always, a larger version and prints are available on my portfolio.