When photographing in the field, you don’t always have control over your surroundings, and you definitely don’t have control over the weather. I try to make images that accurately depict what I experienced at the time I pressed the shutter button. However, making artistic images is about conveying emotion, not just representing data. So, sometimes creating an image requires constructing your own environment, which is an art in itself.
One of my favorite photographers and Photoshop gurus is Glyn Dewis. Here he shows off his amazing creative and technical skills to show how to create a new horizon and sky out of multiple images while maintaining realism.
Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced Adobe® Photoshop® CS6 beta, a preview of what’s to come in the next release of the industry standard in digital imaging, is available as a free download from Adobe Labs. Customers can download the beta, try out the experience and provide feedback to the product team. Packed with groundbreaking new innovations, features and incredible performance enhancements, Photoshop CS6 beta is available for the Mac OS and Microsoft® Windows® platforms. The final release is expected in the first half of 2012.
“Photoshop CS6 will be a milestone release that pushes the boundaries of imaging innovation with incredible speed and performance,” said Winston Hendrickson, vice president products, Creative Media Solutions, Adobe. “We couldn’t wait to share this beta of Photoshop CS6 with our customers and are looking forward to hearing from them and seeing the ways they are incorporating the beta into their daily creative workflows.”