I’ve seen lots of bokeh tutorials around but I’ve not seen a light stencils one before, and I’m surprised because the effect looks amazing and I didn’t even know this was a thing that was possible!
This light painting photo technique looks so cool (and kinda dangerous!) – who would have thought it cost less than $10 to do and didn’t need any post production?
Take a look at the instructions here
I always view New York as full of character – and characters – even though unfortunately I’ve never been there (…what I wouldn’t give to be there in the snow…)
And Humans of New York
showcases photos of the most interesting, ordinary and extraordinary folk of NY.
I own Photoshop but have barely scratched the surface of what I can do with it yet – but I reckon this should be one of my first projects. You gather flower petals, assemble them into a word, photograph the word and upload it onto the PC, and then edit it in Photoshop to make a lovely unique print.
If you made a whole flower petal alphabet like this that would be one awesome font!
Also, Happy Valentine’s Day! (even for singletons like me :))
Gorgeous idea for cards; cut-out letters from the front and place a photo behind – the above one uses a photo of bokeh which I think is very effective.