In today's visual-rich world, numerous digital artists want to make a name for themselves in the exciting field of Photo Manipulation.
I know how frustrating this is; I used to struggle as well.
I remember how discouraging and demotivating it was to endlessly work on artworks, without being able to make them look as good as I wanted. I couldn’t understand what I needed to do to make them look as good as the artworks I was inspired by.
I’m a digital artist with a passion for photo manipulation.
Nowadays, I can enjoy creating high-quality photo composites without struggles and frustrations.
I’m here to show you how.
It took me a lot of time and effort to get to the level I am today – and it wasn’t a smooth ride. However, becoming a professional photo manipulation artist was in my ‘life plan’, and I was to succeed at all costs.
So I worked hard and spent long hours trying to learn and improve.
It was during these years that I discovered the ‘secret’ to creating kick-ass photo composites and manipulations.
Welcome to The Three Pillars of Photo Manipulation.
Knowing how to apply these three essential tools, is key to effective and compelling image manipulation and composite artworks.
I wish someone had shown me these ‘secrets’ when I was starting out. That’s why today, my mission is to help you become the best photo manipulation artist you can be.
So in this blog, I will be sharing with you all you need to know about ‘The Three Pillars of Photo Manipulation’, which I’ve discovered over long years of practice and improvement.
I am also working on some video tutorials, where I will be explaining each one of them in detail. Stay tuned.
Before I started doing photo manipulations and photo composites, I used to stare at cool adverts on magazines and wonder, “But how did they do it? What is required to do such great artworks?”.