How To,  What I made W/ My Wacom

Photography I made with my Wacom Intuos Pro Drawing Tablet + Free PSD Filter Download

In today’s post we’re going to focus on photography I made with my Wacom Intuos

I wouldn’t call myself a photographer!

BUT…

I do enjoy making images,& frequently I’ll take some photos & slap a cool edit on them.

The photos above are apart of a series of textured red photography I started. I wanted to create something that feels uncomfortable, aggressive & lonely.

I like the uncomfortableness of the strong red filter, as well as the mystical feel of the distorted textures.

 I tried to capture the moment people who looked there most vulnerable.

I’m really into sci-fi & horror so I thought it would be fun to try to capture something otherworldly with this series. 

Most of the photos in the slider above are candids.

I like the enjoy the challenge of capturing an image without the help of the subject. Sure it’s more difficult to execute than a photoshoot but I find it more rewarding.

The best part of candid photography is looking back at the photo during editing & realizing there’s a story completely alien to your life unfolding. 

File includes 13 layers of effects that create this filter.

Download the link bellow & plug your own photos in. 

WHAT I USED

For this edit, I used the Wacom Intuos Pro.

It’s currently my favorite graphics drawing tablet, & I use it to edit pretty much all of my photography.

If you would like to learn more about the Wacom Intuos Pro or purchase your own check out my review of it HERE.

In my review, I detail the tablets pros, cons, features, & even the cheapest place to buy it. 

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