Add Depth To Photos Using Trash as a Light Modifier: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace


Add Depth To Photos Using Trash as a Light Modifier: Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace


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In this episode, Mark Wallace uses a piece of trash as a simple light modifier to create depth and color to an image. Mark also walks through the post-production steps to get the most out of the image. Using radial filters in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC or Adobe Camera Raw, it’s easy to add a bit of extra punch to your photos.

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Photos by Mark Wallace
Instagram: @jmarkwallace
www.markonabike.com

Model: Anabel Dieguez Bailén
Instagram: @anabelladb

Filmed at Tactics Studio
www.tactics-studio.com

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  1. I do this often when shooting concerts, except my favourite is to use a glass of beer. Hold the glass in front of the lens to a side and you can use it to get ride of things you don’t want. Adds warm tones which look almost like lens flares.

  2. I have a question on the post. Could you have used a single radial tool and modified both exposure and saturation? Wondering why two radial filters placed in more or less the same place?

  3. Interesting but if I entered an image like that in our local camera club monthly company the judge would say the white blob was too prominent because it takes focus away from the subject and forces the eye to look at the brightest part of the image

  4. Nice idea and effect. I think I would cut out the bottom of the dish so it does not degrade the centre of the image, the one you have looks very good optically but all may not be so good. Keep up the good work Mark, always look forward to your vids.

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