Archive for the ‘Photo Manipulation’ Category

60 most awesome Photo manipulation tutorials ever

December 13, 2009 14 comments

After seeing all the amazing photo manipulations by many talented artists from around the design globe, I wanted to post an article containing the best photo manipulation tutorials that have been written on the web. I have searched many sites to come up with 60 of the best there is. Photo manipulation is an extreme art of digital design. Not only does it require a lot of skills in Photoshop, Cinema 4D and other tools, but it also requires a wide range of imagination and a hell a lot of patience. It all about experimenting with different stock photos and a great list of photoshop effects.

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50+ Amazing Realisitic Photo manipulations

October 31, 2009 2 comments


Creative Photo manipulations is the key to a successful advertisement campaign. For those of us who have tried mixing two or more photographs together to get the perfect blend in the environment, know that this ain’t a simple job, not as simple as it looks. Blending different elements and matching the contrast and vibrancy between several images to form a single convincing image requires a very diverse skill set and a true understanding of creativity.

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Simulate original pictures as model photography

October 30, 2009 2 comments


Using the power of Adobe Photoshop, you can take existing photographs of everyday scenes, like aerial views of cities and make it look as if they’re actually miniature models. It doesn’t take much time and effort to fool the mind of the viewer, but there are a few basic rules you can follow to help convince your audience that they’re looking at a model set rather than the actual world. Lets get to business!

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Inspiration #4 : Abstraction to Reality

October 25, 2009 3 comments


After 10 years working as a graffti artist, Doucin Pierre’s interest in digital techniques was sparked when he tried his and at producing fyers and began winning poster competitions. Pierre’s prior experience in painting and photography has enabled him to develop his digital design style very quickly, and his work focuses on both the movement and fragmentation of subjects. He now works as a freelance graphic designer and is the artistic director of Factory 311 (London).

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