It's been a great summer....
...and you've taken lots of of fabulous photos at zoos, wildlife refuges, summer events, and tourist locations. Now you can remove your distracting backgrounds and give your favorite subjects new life in their own artistic creation with the Scenic Mix Background Collection!
Here's a fun photo of a one day old baby Zebra I photographed at our local safari park this summer. I loved the pose of the colt in this photo, but the mother's head was cropped off, and the background is distracting. I wanted to give this little Zebra his own place to be, in an artistic sense.
Below is the completed artwork after I masked away the mother zebra and the background, leaving only the colt within the scenic background.
Here's another piece featuring the same Zebra, where he had his little head down to the ground as if he were smelling flowers...and now he is! :)
Check out the 10 Amazing Painted Backgrounds included in this Collection!
Each background is ready for you to add your favorite subjects!
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My completed art may be viewed in more detail and purchased online at JaiArt.Com.
Want to see how the textures and backgrounds offered here look printed? Grab a copy of my new catalog to get an up close and personal view of 148 pages of art, all created using these resources!
Recommended Tutorials on You Tube
I have found a number of great video tutorials over the years on working with masking, layers and working with textures in photography. These are some of the ones I've watched which I recommend:
• Blend Modes & Masking in Paint Shop Pro
• Photoshop Tutorial: Layers and Layer Masks for Beginners
• Remask for Beginners by Topaz Labs
• Remask 4 Tutorial by Topaz Labs
• Layer Masking in Photoshop With Textures
• A Breakdown of Blending Modes | Photoshop Tutorial by Aaron Nace