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DOC BAUMANN, Saturday September 27th 2008, 2 pm - 4.30 pm Basics of consistent picture assemblies
This includes various aspects such as
- background separation
- handling of masks and channels
- correct perspectives
- rendering of 3D objects
- consistent lighting
- assembly of shadows
- handling of depth of field zones
- color consistence
One area of digital picture editing is the optimization of photos, another the assembly of photographed, painted or calculated elements to totally new picture worlds. Doc Baumann makes this to the central theme of his rehearsal and describes what is important to know and how to do this with various examples from his works to outline the importance of consistancy when working such projects. Examples such as correct and detailed background separation, the handling of photoshop masks and channels, correct perspectives, rendering of 3D objects, consistent lighting, construction of shadows and realistic handling of depth of field. You will learn what it takes when putting objects or several photos into one and by doing so how to achieve visually convincing results without any discrepancies.
Short Vita of Doc Baumann:
Doc Baumann (official name: Doctor Hans. D. Baumann), 58, majored in arts and arts sciences, works as freelance book author, journalist and graphic designer since 1980. In 1984 he started to engage himself in digital picture processing and editing. His issues on it, especially photoshop workshops, are being published since 1987 in various photo and computer magazines, he has written more than 30 books on the issue. Since 1991 he is writing on a novel (of course digital picture forgery is one of the themes) and he has been chief editor for a motorbike and rocker magazine for more than 20 years. Since 2002 he is publishing the DOCMA digital editing magazine, one of the leading magazines on the topic within the German speaking countries together with Christoph Künne. Also are the publishing a matching named series of books on the issue.