HOW TO MAKE PROFESSIONAL TEXTURED PORTRAITS
For this portrait I used a sunset and blended it on top of the picture of the model to make a cool textured portrait. I used a “color” blending mode and duplicated the image twice to add it on both sides of the image to make the effect look blended all around and keep it symmetrical.
For this portrait I used a texture from this website. The texture photo was taken by Tim Mossholder. Check out the website here . I used a hard light blending mode and then took away any texture that was on her body or face. I also used a Color Lookup lut to make hte feel more dramatic and warm.
This was a fun textured portrait to make and to be honest I’m surprised it worked out. I used an image I took of the tetons to blend in with an image of the tetons. The original image was not the dramatic effect I was going for but the thumbnail image was so I decided to combine to two to add clouds to the original and make the grass darker. It made it look alot more professional which I liked.
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