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“Happy Halloween” through Photoshop

Red Barn with ghouls

Happy Halloween from Photoshop

I made this “Happy Halloween” composite two years ago and I decided to revisit it this year. It’s amazing when you go back to an image you created. You see all kinds of things that you didn’t see before; some of my birds were flying upside down, there were notable fringes around some of the images and I even forgot to turn on one of the layers. I’m guilty of what a lot of Photoshop artists are, I don’t always document how I achieved the look I got. That’s what happened in the “Happy Halloween” composite.

This “Happy Halloween” composite started with this picture from, once again my favorite place, Calhoun County, Illinois.

Red Barn and Cemetery

Some of the images I still had the links for are: for the Mummy from http://www.go4costumes.com/products/Mummy-King-Adult-Costume/index.php, for the Wicked Witch of the West http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/the-wizard-of-oz/images/4109521/title/wicked-witch-west-photo and the crouching ghoul at http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110311165360/supernatural/pt-br/images/6/60/Ghoul.jpg.

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