During my training as a graphic designer, I had the opportunity to have a studio photography course. I learned the precise functioning of a camera as well as the whole artistic and aesthetic dimension of photography. I could have had fun with some of my accessories, like my masks, my makeup and my ideas to achieve this result.
The idea came with the opportunity to have a photography course. let's start with the technique, the camera is a Canon EOS 800D, with a classic lens (25-50mm). For style and color, they are the representation of my graphic design universe, with a strong presence of red, and disturbing elements.
for some photos I used Adobe Photoshop, but some are raw, without retouching. I had to play with the contrast, the luminosity, the colors (in particular red to make it stand out). And a very slight use of Lightroom to equalize the result between all the photos
I had good feedback from my graphic design colleagues, and I had good marks for my photography exam, which leaves me easily thinking that I can use photography without problem in my next works. My studio photography lessons were an excellent experience in my training as a graphic designer, and this will have to be repeated if the opportunity arises again
Are you ready to create stunning fantasy portraits? In this course, Karmen will show you how to create beautiful fantasy portraits with an ethereal atmosphere. You'll learn brush techniques, how to create a mood board, and Photoshop tricks that will give your artwork a polished look.