The following GIFs are the continuation of my experimentation with this media. The first one of these was created in Photoshop like the rest of them, but this time I’ve used quite a different procedure.
I’ve cropped out the undesired text, selected the middle part (the couple in the boat), then desaturated the whole image and added texture to the background only. Creating a number of images with different saturation values, I was able to gradually return the colour to the central part of the image, syncing it with the colour of my new text. It’s not my usual style, but I do kind of like the outcome. Quite a lot, actually! Not sure whether the Duke of Uke judges were quite as impressed as I was though…
See the process below:
Moving on to the next mini-project—these guitar picks were created by first photographing them in different positions in the shop, then processing them in Photoshop and adding text. The original plan with this GIF didn’t work out, they were “supposed to” be moving, one by one, from one group to another, but my photographs didn’t come out as well as I intended them to, mainly due to poor lightning.
Here are some of the screenshots of work in progress:
These GIFs were fun to make, and they helped me to learn new features of Photoshop. Will make some more soon, as this project is not finished yet.