I thought I’d break up this week’s travel photos by adding a little love. To see more of my people photos, visit my portfolio here.
I love Photoshop and what it can do! I edited and threw together this short video of a few samples of what Photoshop can do to transform one single photo in many different ways. There is much more I can do and could have done with this, but I will save that for a later date.
I took some old artwork in which the originals had been sold and manipulated the only photos I have of them in Photoshop. This is titled Ghostly Woman, and it was originally chalk on black paper. The only thing I did differently to this was add texture and brightened it a bit.
The Jingle Dance is performed by Native American women, and its origins began with the Chippewa tribe. Traditionally, the jingles on the dress were made with tobacco cans, but today they can be made of other tin materials. The dancer carries a feather fan, often made of eagle feathers, and wears a feather headpiece.