The Double Transfer Technique in Composite Productions

written by: Gary W. Vann

Fine art and commercial photographers generally produce high quality images, but sometimes the intermediate or final product is lacking in viewer appeal or purpose. Creating as much interest as possible in images is becoming more important when presenting concepts to clients and print options to viewers. Often various objects and figures, when added to a scene, provide an extra dimension, making the base image more interesting and plausible. Objects and figures may be added by a staged production, as a cinematographer operates a set on location, or they may be imaged separately and transferred directly by editing in Photoshop. Creating Read more »