It's a new year, February is nearly over, but that doesn't stop me! As we say in Dutch, I put on my "naughty" shoes and sent out a note to streamweb (https://www.deviantart.com/streamweb) for an interview. I got lucky, because he agreed! Below we will talk about photography, focused on land- and waterscapes, show off some of his awesome work, and he shares some valuable tips with us!
Enjoy the interview!
Can you tell us a little about yourself, who are you?
My name is Fredrik Strømme. I`m 38 and live in Trondheim, Norway.
I have been a photographer for the last 6-7 years.
But I have had an interest in photos and art from the age of 16, when
New post processing tutorial is out based on my latest photo.
In this 1,5 hour long post-processing tutorial we will create a fairytale mood in a lush forest.
We will be working in both Lightroom and Photoshop.
You will learn a simple way to figure out which colors to use in your post-processing that harmonize with each other and how to add these colors into your photo.
Also how to add a hazy and soft light, how to add the direction of the light and how to remove parts you don`t want the light to affect.
Adding shadows, fading shadows and adding cooler colors to the shadows.
Also how to use Nik Collection and luminosity masking.
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Here you will learn my unique editing style using both Lightroom and Photoshop.
Learn how to add light and shadows, masking, orton effect, dodge and burn, coloring and more.
New tutorial is out on https://fredrikstromme.selz.com/
In this 51 minutes post processing tutorial we will work in both Lightroom and Photoshop, editing an autumn photography.
In Lightroom you will learn how to adjust colors, split toning, curves adjustments and how to use gradients to create light and shadows.
You will also learn how to erase certain parts of the gradient masks.
In Photoshop you will learn how to add a soft contrasty feel.
How to add warmer colors and highlighting parts of the photo.
You will learn how to enhance the lightsource and how to remove that lightsource from certain parts by using layer masks.
Also how to c