Editing and Animating Food Photos with Aaron Bernstein – 2 of 2
Join Photographer Aaron Bernstein aka Hungry Boy as he shares how he edits, composites, and animates food photos in Lightroom Classic and Photoshop! In this two-part series, he’ll share how he morphs food into objects for his “food as a weapon” series through color grading, masking, and using the liquify and free transform tools!

Guest Aaron Bernstein is a New York City-based photographer with an affinity for grocery stores and ice cream: https://hungry-boy.com/

Host Idara Ekpoh is a Nigerian-American photographer, creative director, and educator based in Arizona: https://www.idaraekpoh.com/

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Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/adobelive

00:00 Start
2:55 Intro to Aaron’s Work
4:35 How Aaron Did His Hotdog Cattail Project
8:03 Banana Tool in Photoshop
11:30 Changing Colors of the Bananas
20:20 How Aaron Checks His Values
30:30 Creating an Adjustment Layer to Edit Colors
34:35 Aaron’s Experience with Stop Motion
36:13 How to Use the Photoshop Timeline
37:55 Creating a Frame by Frame Animation
48:15 Starting a New Project with Dynamite
55:05 Editing a Dynamite Image in Camera Raw
1:58:00 Editing the Dynamite Fuses
1:17:00 Aaron’s Favorite Type of Lighting
1:17:50 Editing Popsicle Images
1:30:50 Tabitha Brooke Artist Spotlight
1:41:45 Talking About Composition
1:46:44 Lighting the Fuse!
1:53:20 Adding Reflective Light
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