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Editing Your Photographed Artwork in Photoshop

If you want to photographs your own artwork, Photoshop has a vast array of tools that will help you get the best image possible of your artwork. This article covers the two most used tools, the Levels Adjustment Layer and the Curves Adjustment Layer. Continue reading

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Digital Reference Photographs

Wildlife art for me is the creation of an image that results from imagination, preparation, dedication, and perspiration. Continue reading

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Creating the Location for a Wildlife Painting

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series How I Begin A Wildlife Painting

When I’m ready to start a new wildlife painting, I begin by thinking about the story I want to tell through the image. I think about the emotions that I want the image to portray. I decide the time of day the painting will represent and what the main character or characters will be. Continue reading

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