Video Ranking: four / five
Could not agree more with that! Seems like possible a contender for “Nicest
bloke on the planet”….lol
Fantastic as always…!
Great & Incredible, waiting your next challenge
Great video, Gavin! I really liked the final image!
Great video as always Gavin, I have been watching you tutorials for 18
months my photography and post processing has vastly improved, thank you. A
bonus was to meet you on the day when you were filming this tutorial. I can
see myself in the background at the end of the video… A great pleasure to
meet you and please keep up the hard work we all really appreciate what you
I’d like to know if you are actually using these “destrucitve” methods in
your work always? If not, why not use the non-destructive? Particulary,
masking instead of erasing, working with smart objects instead of flatten
etc. I am usually not one to like HDR, oil, etc., but when done corectlly
and to a certain kind of photos that ask for that kind of postproduction
than it can be great, as it is here. I almost couldn’t see another way to
process it. Great one.
Gavin, your the nicest guy on the internet! Watching your tutorials always
makes the world seem a little friendly I don’t even shoot digital, but I
still love to watch it.
I’ve been a huge fan of the Graduated Filter in Adobe Camera RAW since
Photoshop CS4. Brilliant tool and one I use a lot
The oil paint filer is downloadable free from Adobe as part of Pixel
Bender. I have it and have CS5 too
Uh where did the gradiënt in the sky come from?
In an all new 15 Minute Photo Challenge, +Gavin Hoey visits a field of red
poppies, then shows you how to add an oil painting effect in Photoshop.
Gez… +Gerard Charnley … +Gavin Hoey has stolen your Poppy field!! Or
were you there on the same day??!
lol *wasn’t this where you’re recent lovely images were taken?*
*shared by* +Heidi Anne Morris
+Gavin Hoey 15 minute photo challenge. Some good tips for beginning
Poppies 15 Minute Photo Challenge Ep 129: Take and Make Great Photos with
Gavin Hoey #Photography http://ow.ly/nvm8q
aha dust on your sensor ! visible at f22… do you usually clean this
yourself ? or do you send your camera to a specialist ?
Excellent. Thank you
That picture turned out fantastic. Thank you for the lesson, Gavin.
The result using the oil paint filer is surprisingly artistic and beautiful
Great video Gavin.
Not a single shot of the Amex, Gavin? Love its location on the Downs
simple, though awesome, as usual
I photographed my hand so when I look through my photos in Explorer /
Finder I’d see my hand and know that then following photos are connected.
There’s a more in depth video on my panorama technique here on Adorama TV,
just search through the archives