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Breathtaking works of art from Li wei (Unphotoshopped)

December 17, 2009 17 comments

As we have seen in the previous articles, most of the artists were able to bedazzle us with their awesome photo manipulations. But, what if an artist could produce breath taking results without manipulations. As anyone who watched the opening ceremony of the recent Beijing Olympics will attest, China has been enjoying a burgeoning of the performing arts in recent years. One of the most striking artists to emerge from this thriving scene is Li Wei, who has become renowned for his arresting and seemingly gravity-defying photographic work. Strangely enough, his works are not photo-shopped but are a result his awesome skills.

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Awesome examples of transparent screen + Tutorial

December 9, 2009 7 comments

Move aside SONY, we designers have our own way to make our laptop screens transparent. Well, it is fun and awesome. In this article, I will show some really cool examples of desktop and laptop screens which seem to be “transparent” but it is just a clever manipulation of a photograph. It is a very skilled procedure to make it look exactly real. A little bit of adjustments in the lighting conditions and some contrast values is sure to get the transparent screen up and running. It is also a clever way to fool your friends πŸ™‚

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Inspiration #6 : Photographer/Teacher Scott Stulberg

December 2, 2009 3 comments

This week has definitely been ‘Photography week’. We have seen some amazing pictures of Snow crystals and brilliant works of talented photographers. But, this article is going to beat them all. Its amazing that, everytime I start looking inspirations in the enchanting world of photography, I see newer works which are better and sublime than the previous one. Normally, when we see such photographs, we just adore the hard work put in by the guys who shot them and we tend to ignore the true meaning the picture tell us. But, if we do, it is simply a feeling of exquisiteness that we get.

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Sublime photography by Photographer Cole Rise

December 1, 2009 1 comment

The beauty of nature is always breath-taking. Some photographers take this inspiration to a new level. Meet Bio Photographer, designer and pilot … Cole Rise. His photographs demonstrate a whole new dimension of life quite artistically. He mostly uses the after effects of the rain to get that sublime quality in his photographs. By looking at his photographs, one can say that he has traveled to a lot of places and has been there with perfect timing. It is such a pleasing to one’s mind to look at such beautiful shots which describe such grandeur. Well, in a nutshell; he lets his pictures do all the talking!

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Simulate original pictures as model photography

October 30, 2009 2 comments

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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.Β 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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