Add A Spotlight Where You Need It … Thank You, Glyn Dewis! And A Camera Tattoo?
Ever find yourself in a situation where you needed another light? Or a different light? Or more room or more time to set up the way you would really like? Sure, we all have. And we all have come home wishing for more or different light; it’s just the nature of the game. Well, what we lose on one hand we gain on the other. Especially with master re-toucher and compositor Glyn Dewis on our side. And a little bit of help from Photoshop.
Glyn has a (short) two-part method of adding that spotlight just where you want or need one. And then how to make sure the light stays the color you want and doesn’t morph into some muddy gray shade. The two methods are quick and easy to use; the YouTube videos fun and interesting to watch. And the most important part of all this is that these are techniques you (and I) will use repeatedly. I guarantee it.
Click below and enjoy. First, adding a spotlight. Second, keeping the color you want.
Thank you, Glyn Dewis. And to view more of the magic Glyn has up his sleeve, click here to visit and bookmark the master’s website.
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And finally – thanks to all of you who gave me feedback about the look of my blog images on your own machines. It seems there isn’t much to worry about. The vast majority of you see the images just as I post them and the rest find them okay. I’ll go back and take a look at our laptop. Perhaps the problem lies there. Thanks, again.