A quiet few minutes doing some more colourising of old photos before a very busy weekend.
I don’t know about you but I think this lady is so beautiful and there is so much emotion in her face.
The model is “looking out of the frame” a no no for some people today but, as far as I am concerned, I think the photographer who captured this lady’s beauty, got the feeling and emotion spot on -even if she wasn’t looking at the camera !
Super excited to announce that I will be working alongside fellow PAGB Master Ross McKelvey to joint host a studio/creative editing workshop on Saturday and Sunday 15th & 16th October 2016 in Belfast.
The day will begin with a very informative studio shoot featuring 2 beautiful and experienced models (and some of my unique costumes) – then after lunch we will get creative 🙂
Both Ross and I have lots of experience in running our own workshops and I think its fair to say that quite a number of delegates who have attended one (or more) of our workshops have had images that have gone on to win awards both nationally and internationally.
So, if you want any further information please contact me via the form below and I will give you more info…… by the way, there are limited places and they are going VERY VERY fast
PS I will also be around on Monday 17th & 18th October in the Belfast area so if you would like to book some time with me for an individual creative post processing session please contact me ASAP using the contact form below
Continuing my exploration of creative “painting” using a combination of Corel Painter 2016 and Photoshop brings me to my latest portrait.
Over the years people have asked me why I don’t do “proper photography”, why do I have to mess about with the picture ! Well in fact I do do proper photography … all the time ! I enjoy taking “straight” images whether it be nature, landscapes, fine art nudes or portraits and in fact have had success in national and international competitions with those images. But for me, that first straight photographic image is just a means to an end – in other words, its just the beginning of the journey.
This picture started as a studio shot but I knew I wanted to do more with it… so I used it as my “blank canvas” – a starting point to paint on to create a more ethereal image.
I am well on my way now but…. if you are interested in joining me on my journey via the wonderful world of Corel Painter please click on the FOLLOW JOAN BLEASE PHOTOGRAPHY” tab on this page (top right) or LIKE the FACEBOOK page or click on the white button to FOLLOW THE BLOG VIA EMAIL