Can you imagine how many colors we’re actually missing out on? For a second, imagine how amazing that would be to see it all. Even if you can’t see it, know that the world around you that you are looking at is far duller than it actually is.
Also, did you know:
"They (butterflies) are sensitive to the same wavelengths of light as we are, but nobody knows what the color "red" might actually look like to an insect. Color is entirely the creation of the brain. Insects can also see ultraviolet light, which is invisible to humans. Many flowers have markings we can’t see, but are very visible to insects." - Yahoo
You may eventually get to a point where you may want to start selling limited edition prints of your work. If you’re at that point, how do you go about pricing? That is the recent public question asked.
Karrah Kobus is a photographer who is at that point and she brought up this question. My industry colleagues chimed in with some great information that you can find here:
"Serena Malyon, an illustrator in her third year at the Alberta College of Art & Design, has taken the classics works of Vincent Van Gogh and added a contemporary twist. Using Photoshop, Serena has added the ’tilt-shift’ effect to Van Gogh’s paintings, providing a fresh perspective on these masterpieces. Maybe some HDR photographs of Ansel Adams work is next?" - Source
"A mash-up of video game characters and photographic scenes. As a kid I would become completely immersed in there crude pixel environments and they would seem very real! I thought it would be fun to try to express how gamers see these worlds. I spent many hours gaming with my siblings and friends when I was growing up and this aesthetic has really come to represent that time."
Leonid Tishkov is over the moon with the moon. Err… what?
Yes, literally, he has fallen in love with the moon! You see, Leonid not only takes photos where it revolves around the crescent in the sky, but he also write poetry along with the images. Something so simple can illicit so much. There’s a grand sense of serenity within each moment captured.