creating painterly portraits

painting portraitIn less than 10 minutes and with 10 easy-to-follow steps you can take your photographic images and turn them into beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces of art. Each of the included Fine Art Overlays were created by hand using a combination of painting techniques and various brushes to add another layer of depth and dimension to your artwork. These are unlike any other overlays you have ever seen and can be used alone or in various combinations to take your imagery to a whole new level of art. We have set this product up so that a beginner in Photoshop can easily use it yet we left it in a format where the more experienced Photoshop user will have full creative control. We encourage you to play with the blending modes, opacity, hue, contrast and lightness/darkness of each layer to create your own unique looks. You can now easily transform your photography into gorgeous and unique artistic pieces. What's more, as your top level offering, you can sign each portrait, an assurance of attention to detail and care to even your most discerning clients. Add this unique, upscale offering and get your studio noticed! This is one truly creative and amazing product that will be a great addition to all photographers' creative toolboxes. Created exclusively for Design Aglow by Kimberly Wylie and Richard Sturdevant to help you bring your images to a whole new level. Included in this Product: • 2 Fine Art Vignette Edges • 5 Hand Painted Fine Art Overlays • Easy to Follow and very Informative Instructions Click here to check out "Stroke of Genius - Creating Painterly Portraits" in the shop! *Special thanks to Kimberly Wylie, Richard Sturdevant, Untamed Heart Photography, Wildflowers Photography, Tonhya Kae Photography, Michelle Moore and Sarah Petty for the lovely imagery.


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