Larry Lourcey: Finishing Touches – Taking Your Digital Art To The Next Level
Item 08-Larry Lourcey, Friday March 16, 12:30PM CST
You’ve just finished painting your digital masterpiece – now how do you make it just a little bit better? Master Photographer and digital portrait artist Larry Lourcey will reveal his tricks for taking a good image and making it better. Larry will discuss techniques using Corel Painter, Adobe Photoshop and even some Photoshop plugins. He will then walk you through the final steps – after the painting has been printed. You won’t want to miss this one!
Plano portrait artist, Larry Lourcey, holds the designation of Master Photographer awarded by the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) in 2007. Several of Larry’s images have been selected for the prestigious PPA Loan Collection, including an image displayed at Imaging Asia in 2005. While Lourcey loves to create vibrant photo paintings, the breadth of his work includes black and white photography, Polaroid transfers, and photographic collages. He derives his inspiration from master painters like John Singer Sargent and Edgar Degas, while embracing the bold styles of more modern greats; such as Pino Daeni. His work was recently featured in Cher Pendarvis’ “Painter 12 WOW”.
Six to ten images you would like me to use to showcase your work. I would prefer file sizes around 4×5 or so at 300DPI. We will make them smaller or the site but it is easier if I dont have size constraints to begin with.
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