Painted Autumn Reflections Single Background
Painted Autumn Reflections Single Background - Take any subject from one of your photos and mask it into this scenic painted background to create a whole new work of art which will give your subject a sense of place and tell a story. This background set features 5 fall color versions of this versatile water background.
•To use this background, simply place your photo on top of the background in your software and mask away your subject's original background to reveal the new background underneath.
•Using your transform tool in your software, you can resize your subject layer and position your subject exactly where you want it on the new background.
•You can also add our textures as overlay layers to enhance your creative art, or to add unique color tones throughout your artistic images.
•These also make wonderful beginning backgrounds for your digital paintings!
Download is presented as ONE (1) ZIP file. Backgrounds are 6000x4000 pixels in size and are large size JPG files. Due to the large file size, the download may take several minutes to complete, depending on the speed of your internet connection. NOTE: Our watermark is removed on purchased backgrounds - you will not see the watermark on the downloaded file.
It's tempting, to just blend a photo with a beautiful background and call it a day. But one must look at the art as a whole, and the extreme sunlight and harsh shadows in the original photo made this one quite a bit more difficult to work with when blending with the background. The process of the transformation, is so enjoyable, however, I don't mind the extra time it took. :)
After masking away his background and blending him in with one of the Painted Autumn Reflection backgrounds, I duplicated his layer and flipped it upside down to create a reflection in the water. I masked away all of that layer except for the part I wanted in the reflection, and then turned down the opacity of the layer so the reflection would softly appear in the water. Then I had to think about two things...1) He needed to be a bit more painterly and 2) the lighting and color needed some serious help.