Hey ya’all! In order to celebrate the fact that my summerbreak officially started I decided it may be fun to do something different for a blogspost today. As you scroll down, you’ll see I added a little, 1 minute, video. I hope you enjoy watching it and get into those real summervibes. 😉
As you may know (I wrote about it a few articles ago) I am going on a roadtrip again this year and I am planning to make a lot of travel video’s while out on the road. I’m excited for all that lies ahead but I have to say I am having trouble getting into the ‘holiday vibes.’ It’s like I have to ‘detox’ from a year of stress, hard work and a lot of impressions. I pretty much always experience that.
As some of you may know I just recently finished one of my biggest projects, my documentary. Click – Here – if you are interested to see it or if you want to watch it again. 😉 While working on this project I figured I might have learned a lot that could be useful for other people who are a part of the creative industry, or are stuck in some kind of proces.
This post is all about getting creative with you’re own pictures. I’d like to show you how I give my pictures a little more edge by using a graphic pen tablet. Now, you don’t need to purchase one if you want to give this a try. Using your desktop mouse or mousepad will work just fine for a try out. Keep in mind you don’t have to be a pro to do this, I used Photoshop to draw on my pictures but you can also use Illustrator or a much more easy option like the good old Paint.