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Creative Studio Feature Wall Artist Impression | Photo Retouching

Before actually painting the feature wall, I decided to do an artist impression of how it’ll look with the different proportions of white,  turquoise, and dark blue.

It may be time-consuming to plan before painting but remember the saying

“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail..”

So with that in mind.. I went about to take photos of the room.

As it is a rather small room, I had to use a 3 shot approach to be able to capture the crucial elements.

The final artist impression 2 part white, 3 part turquoise and 1 part dark blue Used to test out the proportion of the colours white, turquoise and dark blue
The final artist impression 2 part white, 3 part turquoise and 1 part dark blue
Used to test out the proportion of the colours white, turquoise and dark blue

Enjoy,
Grace-yi

I had to do quite a bit to the photos. 1st I had to stitch them together.

3 shot panorama
3 shot panorama

Then I had to fix the wide-angle perspective

panorama stitched
panorama stitched

After which I had to remove the “mess” in the middle of the room which was the most challenging aspect of this photo retouching.

I also fixed the cornice so that it is in the right spot.

Also brightened the photo so that it looks bright and welcoming.

After which I went about and worked out the  proportion of the 3 colours and how it’ll look like if I had 3 parts white instead of 2 parts white on the top.

Below is the final artist impressions

The final artist impression 3 part white, 2 part turquoise and 1 part dark blue Used to test out the proportion of the colours white, turquoise and dark blue
The final artist impression 3 part white, 2 part turquoise and 1 part dark blue
Used to test out the proportion of the colours white, turquoise and dark blue
The final artist impression 2 part white, 3 part turquoise and 1 part dark blue Used to test out the proportion of the colours white, turquoise and dark blue
The final artist impression 2 part white, 3 part turquoise and 1 part dark blue
Used to test out the proportion of the colours white, turquoise and dark blue
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