Harry Anderson's reference found on James Gurney's
|Here is a dynamic abstraction leaning towards adult like proportions based upon the above reference.|
|This image shows the color correction for tungsten lighting.|
|These are all examples that show the difference in lighting conditions and camera settings. |
Know thy camera. Know it well enough to prepare for any condition.
|Here is a well documented journey of just one of the couple-o paintings this Bouguereau fella did for this painting called "Nymphs and Satyr". When he brought in his models, they were prepared to pose using his sketches to help find the resolution he was looking for. Also note that he studied all of the figures from head to toe before he placed them in the composition. This helped to ensure they were doing what they should be doing and that they looked convincing in their actions in the fictitious space he created here. Models were posed in the studio and matched to his landscape he prepared prior.|
|Here this underexposed image was opened up using levels and curves in Photoshop to help bring back the depth and definition that was closer to what the eye saw at the time.|
|Here the image shows the areas that are overexposed in red. |
These are the clipping areas, or areas that exceed the minimum and maximum threshold for the shot.
|Here is another example that shows the fix in lightroom bringing back the skin tones under the sky light from above.|
|Norman Rockwell with his many studies for his painting titled "The Art Critic"|
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