Enter the Practical Photoshop poetry-inspired challenge!
Our latest Reader Challenge is inspired by poetry. Use a title or line from your favourite piece of verse and give it the full Photoshop treatment! In our case, we’ve used TS Eliot’s The Wasteland. Take a look in Issue 12 (page 20) of Practical Photoshop for our top five tips for making a poetry-themed design. (You can also download Issue 12 from iTunes.)
Our favourite images will be featured in Issue 15 of Practical Photoshop, on sale 28 June 2012. Not only that, but the overall winner will receive a copy of the fantastic plug-in, Tiffen Dfx 3.0, a filter suit worth $229! Tiffen Dfx 3.0 has 125 individual filters that simulate 2,000+ Tiffen glass camera filters, specialised lenses, optical lab processes and film grain types.
Load the DVD that came with Issue 12, go to the Resources section, and find the source images we’ve provided for you as a starting point to create your own work of art. You can use as many or as few as you like, and include any images of your own – as long as you own the copyright. To enter the image, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for entries is 6 June. We’re looking forward to seeing your work!
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