How does he do it?
I've been on a lot of places on the web looking on a lot of different photos. During all this time one person and his work really caught my attention, Andrzej Dragan. I just love the photos he have made, really amazing.
The question is how does he do the postprocessing? I know you can buy the info from him but I cant afford spending 200eur on it.
Does anyone know any trix to get something close to his work?
Have look at his postprosessing work here:
Photos are here:
BTW Great forum!
Welcome to RP!
I had a look at the site and I really loved what I saw!!
Some of the results can be achieved with:
As for the background, it's just a matter of trying .... Filters, Clone Tool, Healing brush, Noise, Blurring, Smudging... you name it...
Sorry I couldn't be more specific, but Andrzej Dragan himself says:
After a little bit of pondering I came up with this idea :
In photoshop, load pic and duplicate layer. Apply curves to the ORIGINAL (underlying) layer so that it become real dark but still clearly visible (a curve like the right part of a U should do the trick). Add a layer mask to the new (only visible) layer copy. Have the layer mask hide selection (by alt-clicking when creating mask or Layer -> Add Layer Mask -> Hide All. Now all you have to do is to paint back the original light with a soft brush.
I made a little example for you. Except for the stuff I just mentioned I also reduced the saturation a little bit. That's it!
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