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How to "Kings and dragons"

Published July 15th, 2013

f you want to learn how to do work like this, in our shop you have the photomanipulation video tutorial, which shows the technique of cutting, setting, etc ... I leave the link below



http://www.rebecasarayshop.com



I hope you enjoy and as always comments are welcome,



Here I leave the explanation of this: D



 
This is a job today, took me about 4 hours counting organizing all this.
He was very clear about the items to get and thus is much easier to work. My recommendation is to put you before riding to work every part of the image is searched tengais all the elements necessary for its creation, we fog up brushes in this case I've used for mountain fortress.
This time I used both my photos as stock photos I bought on this website:
http://sp.depositphotos.com
 
(For those interested, I usually buy a month subscription when I need something specific, it is much cheaper on the web you have the rates)
The model is Jose, the photos will perform in Barcelona came to record me taking advantage of the making of a workshop I did there, I made these pictures with styling by Legend, rocked! ^ ^
That same day we also carry photos of Carlos (Action Man) very steampunk, but amused me put it over the dragon, the shades were very well to take the same range as both the dragon costume on, and I liked the touch of the magician, but in reality very little seen, I like to consider these details.
 
The story is a consumer taste can be interpreted in several ways and I prefer not to spoil the magic, each one mounted his film.
The photograph I made fund base in ballasts near Oviedo a few weeks ago, it is essential that the stock has the same quality (or the more the better) that the final character, if not, we will be forced to blur to not see the loss and degradations chromatic internet you will have no problem (that's easy to look good work) however see 200% high resolution that is another story ...
For me it is essential that all is well in both low and high, not worth me a bad cut or bad lighting, much less a bad job in the background.
So the stock you buy should have good quality and if you can work with your own stock as much better.
(Provided you traveling take you camera and take photos from every angle possible, it will save you problems later and you can mount images without problems prospects is the most complicated, that and the depth of field)
 
In this case the hill with the fort had no such quality as the rest, but it was the whim of mine put it and so I had to play with the depth of field at the limit point they saw good. I wish I had more detail but in this case it is not possible, however it is more real so as I had originally thought (no ill wind that blows no good no?)
As always I leave the light scheme used, you see that is a staple for me in this case against lights are more compensated if you look, armor forces me to not happen, being silver reflects everything and is very easy sobreexponerla, that way I could also distort sunset to my taste without being subject to anything concrete.
 
Ah! In editing the brushes if you have more quality you doing you, I recommend brushes make you smoke and fog, going well :)
A big hug for everyone!

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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LightingSetup

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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Untitled

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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How to "Kings and dragons"

Model: Jose Martínez
Stylism thanks to Legend
Photo/Edition: Rebeca Saray with Pentax645D & Bowens
*Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre los próximos talleres impartidos por Rebeca Saray PRESENCIALES Y ONLINE
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

*All you need to know about my workshops here:
www.rebecasarayworkshop.com
www.rebecasaray.com

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Bryan Arciniega  about 1 year ago
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I love this! I wish more Photographers and digital artists would put this type of explanation together. Thank you! :)