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The Storm — Original artwork created from 10 Adobe Stock images for the Adobe Take 10 Challenge, in 2016.
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A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the removal of the rug, refrigerator, and various decorative items,
as well as the addition of the entry mat for the catalog cover developed at Norwex, in 2016.
A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the addition of the essential oils with labels and a spray bottle for the catalog developed at Norwex, in 2016. Original photography of the spray bottle taken with an iPhone 6S was used.
Photoshop retouches – before and after showing the addition of the box artwork and the label
for each essential oil for the catalog developed at Norwex, in 2016.
A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the addition of the essential oils, a spray bottle, the right edge
of the towel stack, more background, and more counter space developed at Norwex, in 2016.
A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the addition of plant in front of the window developed at Norwex, in 2016.
A Photoshop retouch – an original supplied photo with five color versions to present to the City of Holly Springs, Mississippi, in 2016.
A compilation of 13 photos taken with an iPhone 6S to create one seamless panorama in 2016.
A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the changing of a daytime photo into a nighttime photo, in 2016.
Custom lunar photo was used in the composite.
A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the removal of other family members and adding more bubbles, in 2015.
Photoshop composite (taken from a video still) developed at Beauty & Hair, in 2015.
A winning composite using four original photographs for the Adobe, Shoot It and Retouch It Contest, Day 3, at Photoshop World Orlando, in 2013.
I was one of only three winners awarded a one-year Creative Cloud subscription.
A header image extended on the left side in Photoshop to accomodate the title for a marine ad developed for Schneider Electric, in 2013.
A Photoshop retouch – before and after showing the change of the European charging station
to the U.S. charging station developed at Schneider Electric, in 2012.