Do you want to play along? Elizabeth has kindly allowed us to distribute her image to MCP Group Members for the Photo and Editing Challenge that starts today. Join HERE (it’s free) and look for the challenge for the link to download the acorn image and try your own composite.
The Background: Why I Created Composite Images
My son is a very creative kid with quite the imagination. I’ve had this idea to put some of his stories to pictures, and create a book for him. Like most kids, he wonders what it would be like to be a bird or live with the ants. He is quite often building little homes outside for the ants and so I wanted to create a special image along those lines. I did this by making a composite of two separate images. With a little preparation, you can too.
Here’s a before and after so you can see what you’ll learn:
Let’s Get Started – The Photography for Composite Images:
The Background For The Composite
Elizabeth Hall is an on location family photographer born and raised in St. Louis. She has two crazy kids, one fantastic husband, a yard full of chickens, and a strong caffeine addiction.