Hello My name is Laura. I am just like you a human being that loves Photography, and any kind of art. This blog is going to be a digital portfolio for my art. Photography have been in my life for as long as i can remember. It always been inspiring the way people connect just by a photo and the emotion that can be seen in a world that’s fill with magic. And This post is an assignment for my class in (Inf103) at Universidad Sagrado Corazòn.

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Hi there, it’s Danny (@thelightninja)! I created this composite image using three of my own shots: a foreground image, a sunset, and a Milky Way panorama. Swipe through my #Ps_Swipe tutorial to see how I edited this image using Photoshop! • First, I removed the sky in the main foreground image. In the Channels Tab, I selected the blue channel for the greatest contrast. I selected Calculations > Multiply to create a new alpha layer and adjusted it a little more to better separate the sky and the foreground. Using the Magic Wand Tool, I selected the foreground and masked the sky out of the foreground of the RGB layer. • I masked the clouds using the same technique as the foreground, using the red channel this time. I wanted to move the top of the cloud formation, so I created a copy of the cloud layer (Ctr-J) and used a black brush on the mask to remove the bottom of the clouds. Next, I created a new layer above the main cloud layer. I used the Clone Stamp Tool (S) with a cloud-shaped brush, selected Current & Below, and covered some of the bare areas with portions of the clouds. • Next, I blended the layers. The trick with these images is to edit areas of the photo selectively using layer masks. There are two ways to do this: (1) you can apply a setting, such as Hue/Saturation, and paint areas you don’t want the Hue/Saturation applied to with a black brush, or (2) you can invert the mask to black (Ctr+I) and use a white brush to paint in the adjustment layer. Using both of these techniques with several adjustment layers, I brought up the shadows. • Then, I used a brush shaped like a light beam to replace the original flashlight beam. I also added an artificial sunrise using a soft brush. For the color, I selected a tone similar to the color of the clouds. I then added a custom vignette using a large, soft black brush with a low opacity and fill. I added a global Curves layer, which helped blend all of the elements together. Lastly, I added a shooting star (that I previously made in @Photoshop) using the blend mode Screen. • I hope you enjoyed my tutorial, and I can’t wait to see what you create!

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