Being able to capture some of Mother Nature’s amazing creatures is only one part of finding beauty within oneself.
As more and more photographers emerge in the nature and wildlife field, stunning images of birds and wildlife are overwhelming the internet. Easy access to high quality equipment, and location information shared with photographers add even more to the abundance of wildlife everywhere you look.
So how do you differentiate your work from others? Begin the exploration and discover the artist within you. There are some notable and incredible art photographers out there than can inspire you to take your images a step further than the “Bird on a Stick” picture.
I’ve been slowly entering this Digital Art Room world, first overcoming my intimidation of Photoshop and its complexity. And I’ve learned that creating these types of images are rather simple and take less than ten minutes to bring them to life.
Utilizing textures, and an additional software program “Topaz Impressions” I am now creating true digital works of art.
In fact, being creative both in-field and at home with a computer, it has inspired me to create and offer a “Digital Art Room” photography workshop in February. Being offered in mid-February, this class will introduce you to a variety of in-field techniques, including Smart phone apps for your cell phone. We’ll then continue to creative applications of software to your images to create an artistic rendition.
If you’re interested in participating, please send me a private message at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.