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“So What Would My House Look Like Whitewashed?”

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I was asked by a client to show what different levels of whitewash might look on his house. A bit of research and I came up with this comparison board. The houses and views on the right are existing houses with different whitewash treatments.  I used Photoshop CC (2014) to create a "paint layer in white" over the bricks and then varied the transparency of the layer to simulate whitewash in varying degrees of opacity.
I was asked by a client to show what different levels of whitewash might look on his house. A bit of research and I came up with this comparison board. The houses and views on the right are existing houses with different whitewash treatments. I used Photoshop CC (2014) to create a “paint layer in white” over the bricks and then varied the transparency of the layer to simulate whitewash in varying degrees of opacity. Do you have a room or house that you would like to see in a different color? Let me know and I will help you out! Email me a photo of the room at ggh830@mac.com and I will give you a quote to “paint” it for you.
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Pumpkin Phun with Photoshop…

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Have a wonderful and safe Halloween! Photoshop CC (2014). Check out KelbyOne.com for some great Photoshop tutorials!

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Little Cupcakes

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Done almost entirely with my iPad using Snapseed, DistressedFX, Repix, Image Blender and Pic Grunger. Used Photoshop for final cleanup, signature and resizing.
Done almost entirely with my iPad using Snapseed, DistressedFX, Repix, Image Blender and Pic Grunger. Used Photoshop for final cleanup, signature and resizing.
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Photo Restorations for Ken

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A very good friend asked me to restore some treasured photos of his grandfather taken in 1906 – a postal worker in Bridgeport, Connecticut. A year later I finished them! There were more than a few challenges…some of which was the¬†learning curve with photo restoration. As I took a step forward, I realized I needed to learn a lot more to proceed. I took a few courses, read some books, found tutorials at Lynda.com and finally felt satisfied with my skill level. I did enough trial and error with my Epson 3880 printer (high end digital archival quality) that I was abke to delivere 8 prints each of the five restored photos on archival quality rag paper. Here are the before and after’s of the restorations. So rewarding!

Let me know if you have a need in this area!

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