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Award-winning photographer and accomplished instructor Ella Putney Carlson provides a comprehensive guide to using photographs to make art using the Photoshop software. Readers will learn the creative process of making art that can be used with most raster graphics editing software. Readers will learn how to transform initial image captures into a series of art work in addition to specific transformative techniques and constructive concepts that help build unique images. Carlson reveals and details the inspiration for image series, how new images are assembled from original captures, layer mode techniques, and painting-layers-in methods. In addition, she covers piecing image selections, maintaining lighting consistency, delight and worth of artistic series, and much more.
Ella Putney Carlson is a photographic illustrator and educator. She has her MFA from the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and she has earned the professional photography degrees of Master Photographer, Master Artist, Craftsman, and Certified Professional Photographer. She has also earned her Educational Associate degree from the American Society of Photographers. She has earned multiple Kodak Gallery Awards, Fuji Masterpiece Awards and Courts of Honor awards.
She teaches at the University of Mass, Lowell, since 1999. In addition, she teaches workshops in Photoshop and Corel Painter for state and regional professional photography groups. She has also taught at New Hampshire Institute of Art, Middlesex Community College and DeCordova Museum.