Photoshop Over The Years
5-Year-Old Posing As the Most Influential Women in History -
Photographer Jaime Moore was looking for inspirational ideas to celebrate her daughter Emma’s 5th birthday, and ended up photographing her beautiful girl posing as some of the most influential women in history. Jaime chose 5 women for Emma to impersonate.
Celebrities Reimagined As Classical Paintings
Actors That Resemble The Legends They Are Playing -
9 Lenses You Won't Believe Exist -
Okay, you may believe it because you’re probably a photographer anyway and you’re a nerd like me, but this is still an awesome list.
Von Wong Talks About Bringing Dreams To Life Through Retouching -
From concept to execution, check out this journey that transcends ideas and turns into reality. Ben Von Wong showcases the work of the talented Chester van Bommel.
Ralph Lauren’s First “Plus-Size” Face, Robyn Lawley
Although not new news, she makes a great choice from R.L.
People Who Look Like Twins But Aren't -
Photographer Francois Brunelle captured portraits of people who are not related at all. It shows that everyone has a twin somewhere out there.
So much for being a unique little snowflake.
Thanks to the talented Sara Kiesling for the find!
Donna Karan Creates A Robot Fashion Model
I recently came across this Donna Karan campaign. Immediately, my eyes went right to her leg. It looked suspect to me, as if it didn’t belong. Perhaps it may be a visual illusion due to the way the clothing is placed versus how she is leaning. Or maybe, there’s another reason…
Hai Le explains, “I like to imagine that she’s a cyborg robot and he’s the evil scientist that built her and he has to repair her leg. This is the moment right when he’s pulling the leg off.”
There you have it, the hard hitting truth about Donna Karan’s latest campaign. We all know Donna, we all know!
I just had to share Hai’s response to the original post here, it was too great to pass up.
Photography And Retouching Workshop: Los Angeles (This Weekend)
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Fashion and beauty photographer, Bill Jones, is teaming up with me to produce a special workshop that puts in so much information and detail that I am really excited to announce it to you guys. We have a team full of talent on board and seeing what Bill has in store on his end, I decided to make it happen.
Information and Registration
- The location is at the wonderful F40 Studio (photos | location)
- To register, go here and pay with either a credit card or paypal:
- If you have any questions at all, e-mail Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org
He will also give you any information you need about the photography portion of the workshop or any other details in general. If you have any questions about the retouching section, you can e-mail me directly at email@example.com.
I also intend to deliver information about working with a photographer (the dynamic), the quality agencies like to see and working with agencies, art directors, and editors directly, the best way to process files for their approval, finding a retoucher as a photographer, the best way to approach a working relationship with a retoucher, and of course the retouching workshop itself full of my techniques and the most efficient workflow to get the best results.
We will be working with the files taken on the first day for the retouching portion. I will also save time to address specific issues you may have, so we’ll make sure you walk away with a wealth of information.
Wheelchair-bound photographer strives to keep shooting -
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