I really like the tranquility of Amy Weiss‘ still life photography… the soft tones of her limited palette, the lovely filtered light, the shallow depth of field, her complementary layering of textures, her pleasing compositions…
Some more of Amy’s work below – what do you think?
Followers of my blog will know that I love well-executed digital art with an ethereal, whimsical, surreal edge, so of course I was delighted to recently discover the evocative work of Beata Bieniak.
Following is a selection of Beata’s images for your viewing pleasure…
I recently came across an evocative series of cityscapes by German photographer Stephanie Jung on Arhitektura+, in which the artist applies a clever technique of multiple exposures to create pleasingly dramatic effects in her images.
See below for some more examples of Stephanie’s very individual perspective on urban landscapes…
Let’s face it, we all love something for free. So, here’s a fab collection of free new textures below for use in your post-processing work, courtesy of Diana Eftaiha over at The D-Photo!
Textures enable you to create interesting effects by adjusting the aesthetic look and feel of your images.
Never layered textures in your Photoshop post-processing before? Then check out this informative video tutorial by Matt Nicolosi which explains all you need to know to get started: