Photoplayground: #17 Compose Smoke Pictures

17 Smoke composites

How are you dear fellow photography players? How are you doing? As you might, or might not know, I am doing a little give away of Photoshop smoke brushes for you, the blog subscribers and those who have been reading the blog for a while. In a little way to thank you guys for the support and welcoming the new faces who are willing to learn and improve their photography skills along with us.

This is why this challenge is all about taking the time to develop new skills and learning new tricks on Photoshop. I know it is not that easy to work around it, it takes time to learn and get used to manage. Sometimes it takes courage and tons of patience to create beautiful things with it, and that’s why I would like to push you a little bit further so you can keep improving.

I know I should have done more Photoshop tutorials before asking you to try this out, but I want to know what you can do first. And second I want you to ask for things you want to learn specifically.

Also, you will have more time to do this challenge, as it will be running from the first of September until the 15th of October. That will give you month and a half, which is more than enough time to shoot and creat your fine art composition.

 

What do you think about it? Are you gonna give it a try? I can’t wait to see your pictures!! Remember to post them on Instagram under the #PhotoPlayground17 hashtag or share it on my Facebook page on the comments of the post! See you there, and remember that I will be featuring here the ones I like the most!

Lets go have some fun!

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