“I wish that all of nature’s magnificence, the emotion of the land, the living energy of a place could be photographed.”
— Annie Leibovitz
“It’s weird that photographers spend years or even a whole lifetime, trying to capture moments that added together, don’t even amount to a couple of hours.”
— James Lalropui Keivom
This is a design created with Affinity Designer.
One of the puppets I captured years ago in Frankfurt has made it again into one of my poster designs. Happy weekend!
Just finished creating a gallery mockup in Photoshop.
Dimensions of psd.file: 5000 x 4000px
RGB – 8 Bit
You have 4 walls to choose from.
1 smart object (red)
just click on it
create a new layer on top
fill this layer with your poster (embedded)
and you are good to go!
Export your poster as .png in with your dimensions.
File Size: 396,6 MB (sorry for the size)
Location: my Google Drive
Poster design… my way to combine photography, design elements, fonts and quotes. These posters can be used as home decoration, for events, important dates to remember and for marketing purposes.
In this case: Whale day, February 15, 2K20. It has been observed the third Saturday in February since 1980. Get involved!
For more details please visit my new homepage for design and graphics http://www.moorkind.com.
Gray, dull, cold and rainy weather… I needed some colours in my life. So I sat down and create some abstracts for me and you. Happy days. Reinhold
Autumn is at its peak in the moment. I captured this yellow/orange tree in sunset light in the woodlands around our lake. I transferred it into a burning tree using the oil paint filter (once again).
Happy days. Reinhold
The making of Bridge in Amsterdam
I processed the underlying image in Lightroom CC
Converted it into black and white
Used dodge and burn to create more contrast
Afterwards edited it in Photoshop CC
Used the oil paint filter once
And … after leaving my playground…
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”
– Pablo Picasso
“You don’t take a photograph, you make it”
– Ansel Adams
Wouldn’t it be awesome if one could paint an image like this?
I captured the underlying image in Amsterdam and stumbled upon it today while I was cleaning up my files. Always nice to go back to these older images and to play around with them.
I left Berlin for the weekend and drove back home. We had beautiful weather. Sunshine and very mild temperatures at our lake. I sat on the terrace and watched the clouds passing by. While I was watching I asked myself how would a perfect cloud look like? I sat there for quite a while and captured this small, cool looking, perfect cloud. Now I am back in Berlin… and I can still see it passing by.
Happy and sunny days!
As ususal I couldn’t resist to do some Photoshop manipulations to my recent Berlin images. You know this feeling? You see a composition, you know how you want it to look. But there are disturbing objects in the frame, there are missing objects in the frame. Now this is the time when I start working with my MAC, my Wacom tablet and Lightroom and Photoshop. And to be true. It is not always the result which creates the fun factor. It is the process creating an image the way I see it in my imagination.
If you missed my previous post and like to see a collection of my Berlin images in a short video please follow this link.
Thanks for stopping by and happy days. Reinhold
Sunrise. Our lake. Frozen. Not even birds in the sky. It is extremely cold. But I enjoyed the moment, the silence and the view. If I jump and run…
My other (fun) project for 2018: “Mirrored Landscapes”. The left and right / or top and bottom of the image have an identical source image. All work is done in LR and PS CC. I took the original shot in our local moor, the Fintlandsmoor the other day. Happy days! Reinhold