If you’ve attended Photoshop World in the past, you might have heard of Paul Bartell, but for those of you that haven’t, he’s a photographer based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Today, we’re featuring his “No Pressure” image—view the full version here.
1.) Can you tell us a little bit about your photo?
This image is titled “No Pressure.” It was taken in Park City, Utah. While on a bike ride, my wife and I stopped at a landmark named the McPolin Farm. The subject is the dashboard of an old tractor that they have on display. This image was also a finalist for a Guru award in the Photo Retouching category. The original image had the steering wheel cutting through parts of the tractor’s dashboard, I removed it using Photoshop, and utilized other techniques to achieve the final results.
2.) What gear/software did you use to create this image?
The image was captured with a Canon G11 (my put it in the pocket camera), various textures and Topaz Adjust were utilized in the Post processing.
3.) What do you like to photograph?
I photograph everything from landscapes to macro and even a portrait now and again.
4.) How long have you been a KelbyOne member and what made you decide to become a member?
I have been a KelbyOne member as long as I can remember, so I am thinking that it must be at least 10 years. I joined and remain a member of Kelbyone for many reasons but mainly for the training and inspirational content.
Want to see more work by Paul? Check out his website and don’t forget to follow him on Facebook and Instagram!