I recently came across this website which showcases some of the best digital artists around the world. It’s not to say it has everyone, but it’s a really nice arrangement of creatives laid out in way that is visually appealing to navigate through!
Photoshop Messups: Miley Cyrus - Wrecking Ball Cover
Thanks to my buddy Terence B for bringing this to our attention. Apparently the chain isn’t even attached to the ball in the cover! I guess at this point with all of Miley’s craziness, you really don’t need to question trivial things like physics. I mean, so what? It’s just a minor oversight, right? Uh, no.
Photographer Tina Eisen hails out of London and she is not just extremely talented but obviously very creative. A good friend and colleague to me, I get a sneak peak at her recent daily happenings. Today, she posted this picture of her new found retouching cove she created on the balcony.
Retouching can get highly monotonous and a change of scenery is always welcomed to keep things fresh. So what did Tina do? She improvised and made something awesome. Equipped with a summer drink, candle, and pink deco everywhere, this is probably the most adorable retouching station ever.
What happens when you mix Photoshop with unsuspecting people at a bus stop? You get genius, that’s what you get.
These upstanding citizens were waiting for their bus with a weird van parked a distance away. The bus has a photographer and a retoucher on board (batman and robin of the digital world) when all of a sudden the photographer would take a photo of the person in the bus stop. Live, they would retouch the image and it would appear on the screen next to them. It’s more manipulation and humorous adjustments than anything else. The results are hilarious!
Friend: How did you do that color cats on that shot? Me: Color… cats? Friend: Cats! Me: Yes, cats, what about them? I’m so confused right now. Friend: Damn phone, cast! How did you do that color cats! Friend: Dammit, color casts. Me: Lol - second best typo I’ve ever read. Thank your iPhone for me. Friend: Haha, gosh, so how did you do it? Me: The meow adjustment layer really does a great job. Friend: I hate you. Me: Okay sorry, here’s an attachment of the decision making process I use to decide on how to do my color cats. Friend: Die.