I don't normally repost links to other sites…. but this photoshop contest from Cracked is pretty funny:
There are always moments during post-processing complicated composites or 3D shots where a unique and unintentional state of the image in progress really stands on it's own as an artistic entity (as show earlier this week: http://blog.adamshane.com/2012/07/anaglyph-symmetry/). While they usually never get publicized, I usually take screenshots for my own personal collection.
Here's one from the Evil Dead The Musical composite. This one happened when I switched blending modes on the color grading layer for the rear subjects. Something about the way the hand masked outlines look with gradient layer really remind me of a graffiti chalk outline… sort of appropriate for singing deadites.
Over the last few months, I've been working in conjunction with Superstar Me and Extensoft to build a state-of-the-art commercial photo and video studio in the center of Las Vegas. We just finished construction on Studio A: featuring a 45' Green-Screen Cyclorama Wall, as well as several other customizable sets. It's located only a block away from the center of the strip, and is now available for rental. More details to come soon.
Click on the image or here to view the VR panorama.
I just posted a few photos from Forgotten City III, Las Vegas’ official Burning Man Regional. I only spent a couple hours out with the camera, but got quite a few interesting images. Click here for the full gallery on my FB Fan page.
Nearly 3 years after I took this shot:
I saved it into a folder of photos and videos of me taking photos, and realized it has grown to be a collection of it’s own!
It got me wondering how many photos of me taking photos there are out there, and how well I could match them up with their counterparts. So, I’m now on a mission to match as many of those shots up to their originals as possible, and possibly make a coffee table book on the subject.
If you happen to have any photos of me taking photos, and would be interested in seeing what shot I was taking when you were taking your photo, please send it over!
A little while back, a talented artist from India, Mr. Ramesh Jhawar painted one of my photos from India. You can see more of his work here: www.rameshjhawar.com