About the Tutorial
The video tutorial was not recorded during the process of the creation of the art. The Art piece just had to many hours into it to record. I did do a speed video that shows the full process of the creation but at 8000+ times the speed of the original video. Because of the tutorial being created after the actual art piece the colors do vary as well as the strength of the lighting I also did not record in the tutorial video things that I ended up deleting in the end, like extra shadows and using real bubble overlays because I created my own individual bubbles for the image which I do show in the final tutorial. I work quickly through the tutorial to show you as close to the same steps I took to create the first image but again there will be slight variations in the tutorial versus the original art piece. The biggest difference you will notice is the darkness of the art piece versus the video tutorial (I just used levels to change the overall strength of the piece)
What will you get?
The tutorial is a mp4 format video it is 1 hour and 16 minutes in length.
Purchase the Video Tutorial HERE
No overlays or enhancements are included with the video tutorial.
Digital Ocean Backgrounds
Ocean Foreground Elements
Fish (My own but not available in the shop)
Light and Prism Enhancements for Photographers and Artist.
Image Submissions By Laura Stennet Photography
Before and After: Reindeer Flight Training Series
Follow the links below to find the tutorials and overlays for this image
Reindeer Overlays Volume 2
Digital Backgrounds - Winter Lakeside Collection - Coming Soon
Christmas Light Strands
Transparent Snow Overlays
Hair Creation Brush
Reindeer Flight Training II
All editing done by: Kimberly Scott PhotoART
Little Boy Photographed by : Shayre Rivotto
Above Image submitted by: Anchorage Alaska Children's Photography Kimberly Scott PhotoART
Above image submitted by: Beyond the Spectrum Photography
Photoshop Brush Set for adding Hair and Fur to your images.
Find the set here.
Some Examples using the Hair and Fur Brush Set
Images created and provided by Kimberly Scott PhotoART Anchorage Alaska Children's Photographer
Above image: Kimberly Scott PhotoART
Above Image: Laura Stennett Photography
Order here: Reindeer Overlays Volume 2
Order here: Reindeer Overlays Volume 1
-Above Image: Sara Evans Photography out of California
Above Image: ALB Photography out of Texas
Order here: Post Office Box Overlays
Capture the magic of childhood by putting together a beautiful winter "Letter to Santa" portrait sessions. These overlays are perfect when you cannot find a mailbox near you.
Both Images Above: Kimberly Scott PhotoART
Included in this Train Overlay Set is 18 PNG Files
Each of these files are Transparent allowing you to add the train or train tracks into any scene.
These are perfect for your Polar Express Inspired Photo Sessions.
Need Snow Overlays for your session? Check out this Snow Overlay Collection.
Example images provided by Nia Koreen Photography
Using the Bamboo Overlays as filler and foreground elements.
This adds a nice touch to create a separation within the image making a strong foreground, middle ground, and background.
Above image: Whimsy Wishes Photography
Image Submitted by: Beyond the Spectrum Photography
Real Falling Leaf Overlays
These are REAL Leaves
Falling Leaves Overlay contains 25 PNG files (see-thru) 20 Single Leaves and 5 Scattered Leaves.
Scattered Leaves Overlay are sized at 16x24 and 300 dpi.
Other products used in this image:
Foreground Element Overlays
Image using Real Bubble Overlays submitted by ALB Photography out of Texas
These Real Bubble overlays look best on a background that is not solid white. The brighter and whiter your scene can cause them to "disappear" But watch the quick tip video tutorial below to learn how to use them in two different layer modes to enhance your photo sessions!
The first half of the video goes over how to apply Bubble Overlays to images with light backgrounds and the second half of the video discusses how to apply them to a darker background.
Also discussed is using gaussian blur to make a more realistic depth of field.
The Real snow overlay collection comes with 35 JPEG Overlays to add the perfect realistic snow to your images.