I have a new article published today on Photofocus, titled “How to Transform Your Photos With Texture Layers in Luminar 2018 Part 2”. Here’s a sneakpeek…
“For this composite, my goal was to produce a version of my galloping wild horses image that looks like it’s been drawn and woodburned onto an old board. Not sure why, I just thought it would look cool, the inspiration behind many my composites. Having an idea of what you want to make before you start usually produces the best results. But, don’t be so in love with your idea you can’t change as you create your composite.
At this point, I have my horse picture processed and saved as a high resolution TIF file, and have found a nice wood texture I want to use as the background texture. Ideally you want these texture files to be high-resolution also, so that you can print your finished piece later. Using a 400 pixel wide texture will result in a blurry grainy mess, it’s too small to print it big later. …”
Check out the rest of the article at this link: How to Transform Your Photos With Texture Layers in Luminar 2018 Part 2
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