Medieval – Photo manipulation

This is a few shots from a recent shoot with Dorothy and Christophe. I wanted to get some really powerful shots to use in medieval themed photo manipulations. I used some of my landscape shots from a few years ago in the final image. I’m really pleased with the finished product and it’s great to expand my portfolio with these shots. 
I like to do these sort of projects. If anyone has a vintage look or costume and would like to get some cool photos drop me a line.

I already have my next project in mind…..1920’s/Mafia……check back soon to see the pics.

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Left – Shoot indoor with three lights, Right – Landscape of Wicklow way near Sally Gap in Ireland.

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Final touch up

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Before and After

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Before and After

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Close up

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Before and After

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Final touch up

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All the photos ready to add some fun together (p.s. boat are from Google image) Landscape are in Glenalough

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Final touch up

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Close up

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Want to add more to make it look like a poster.

 

 

 

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