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Thought digital editing was necessary to combine the new photos with the old, Morrow insists that he didn’t alter her body at all. Her weight loss does the talking for her!
“We shot “before Beth” a few weeks before her surgery. I had already planned out all of the concepts we wanted to capture her doing”
“2 years and 150 pounds lost later, we took her into my studio and photographed her ‘after’ self”
“I then took about 4-5 months to work on the selection and compositing process, pulling the 24 Beth’s I chose from the shoot into 12 interactive portraits”
“We shot in my studio for both “before” and “after”, and then I added the environments in Photoshop during my compositing process. I hired some awesomely talented friends of mine to do the clothing styling and make-up and hair styling based on the concepts I had developed”
“I then took about 4-5 months to edit the project- from choosing the best images of each shoot, to which combination of Beth’s would tell more of her story – it was a very exciting and cumbersome task”
“I’m a fulltime photographer, digital artist, and art director. A lot of my current work is in the publishing industry (book covers) as well as advertising and magazines”
Thank you, Blake Morrow, for talking to Bored Panda about your wonderful project with Beth!