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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Here are some light variations I did of the star fish in the studio.  This one was back lit with a tungsten light, which gave it the yellow cast.  It was also over-exposed by two stops to keep it very bright.

A straight shot of the star fish was superimposed over an antique nautical map in Photoshop.  The blue coloring, vignette, and drop-shadow were also created in Photoshop.
This photo was taken similarly to the top image but the color was brought back to normal balance.  All images shot on a Nikon D3s and 105mm macro lens.

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