Laura Portrait

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Introduction: Laura Portrait

I made a class work. I used a tripod and I made the photos single. I think that this is a little complicated for this I submit this work to contest



In this work, describes me only a me. Do you divined my qualities?







I use:



Tripod

Camera Canon

Only Photoshop for Black and white and colored

And Lots of clothes for change your image



Photoshop:



1. Open up a color image in Photoshop

2. Goto Layer > Duplicate Layer

3. Goto Image > Adjustments > Desaturate (or press CTRL+SHIFT+U)

4. With the “Black&White” layer active, select the history brush

5. Finish! Painted, you change to colour like or important object that you need.





Photos:



1. Put camera in tripod

2. Put camera-tripod in a place that you like

3. Think the pose

4. Put the timer mode

5. And finish, you repeat the photo if you dont like ,and repeat repeat , repeat...



I made 172 photos for finished the work







Thank you ^ 0^

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    3 Comments

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    Periwinkle1
    Periwinkle1

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Those are great photos! And I've always wondered how that thing was done with the coloured item on a black and white photo. You have not explained how you managed to levitate though!

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    Phil B
    Phil B

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Did you use soft daylight from a window on the shaded side of the building, or did you use some type of artificial light?  I did an Instructable on portraits showing the head and the shoulders only.  Click on this link.  My Instructable was to fulfill the need many have for a photo of themselves to be printed in a newspaper.

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    Arual
    Arual

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I made all with a natural light, is the best option ;)