I always believed that we have reached the point that there are no more boarders between “traditional” and digital art. Using Moleskine and Adobe apps we can jump from a “traditional” pencil painting to digital painting using Adobe Photoshop CC.
I started my project using the Moleskine Smart Notebook (Creative Cloud connected )
Using the FREE Moleskine, a Creative Cloud connected app I took picture of my sketch . The image was saved in my Creative Cloud folder.
And I finished my project in Adobe Photoshop CC using a Wacom Tablet
Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Medium Tablet (PTH651)
Wacom Cintiq 13HD Interactive Pen Display (DTK1300)
This year I went to a local park for a 4th of July fireworks display. I pretty much got some nice images using my Nikon and Terry White’s firework shooting settings. But it doesn’t matter how good your settings are we still cant avoid the smoke in our fireworks pictures. Thanks to the Dehaze effect in Adobe Lightroom CC I can remove the smoke from my pictures in a second simply moving Dehaze effect slider to the right. Moving Dehaze slider to the right from 0 to +100 you are removing haze/smoke from your pictures. Moving the Dehaze effect slider from 0 to -100 you can add a haze effect to your pictures.
See it in action here: