Sci-Fi retro style
Inspired by a Mark Fredrickson illustration back in the 90s, it took several photos and a lot of Photoshop to create my self-portrait rendition.
The fur was from the mane on one of my daughter's stuffed animals, and the monster fingers were leftover from Halloween. I popped the popcorn myself!
I finished this composite, i really hadn't on mind what i wanted, just got a BG and start building it as i feel it, next time i'll try to do something with more story behind, hope you like it :)
This was shot by a swamp but I didn't get the model to lay down in the water. Rather I had her lay in the grass near by and shot her and the water at the same angle.
Decided to re-shoot the bass portrait for the composite instead of reusing an image I already had. The result seems better to me than the original.
Flashpoint XPLOR 600 @1/4 power on boom through 36" Rapid Box high camera center, Flashpoint Zoom Flash (vertical) on light stands on each side @ 50mm, 1/32 power.
Personal project that i've realized in collaboration with Andrea Fioravanti, great Maya artist. I've shot the young pilot in my studio, Andrea sculpted the car and then we combined photo and cgi for testing some texturing and compositing tecnique.
I love the feeling of a wild ride in the desert with a car, how could it be if the car could...
Decided to create this image after watching news about migration - this is my artistic point off view of this.
I normally shoot nudes. (I also make composites that include nudes. I didn't post one of those because I don't know if nudes are acceptable on the group.)
However, I was asked to participate in an exhibit with the theme of School Days. One of my models had posted an image of her 5-year-old boy with a very large green backpack when he...
playing around in my spare time.
4 images of a sliced lemon composed into one, all the water splashes were painted in photoshop.
I am looking to learn day by day, I am currently as a homeschooler mom, but I continue (at slow but continuous pace) working with new ways to take photos, even with my children, we work to create not only photography, but also art, with painting for Create "extraterrestrial characters", manipulating the photo with the program ligthroom, the...
Ok guys, this is my latest work. Some people say "it reminds of new Photoshop image". Dear this is an "old technique" made with "distortion filter", which you can use to create for example a Planet (check my youtube to see my videtutorial click here --> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XKqWa2Z1Io&t=16s
), so this is not a "...
Here is one more photo composited recently.
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Here is some before and after from my recent photoshoot )
Attached is original poster, tribute to it and source shot.
After learning new techniques, becoming better at using photoshop I decided to re-edit two composites I did a couple of years ago. The composite with dancer/model Demi posing in a red dress in the middle of a street in Berlin has been my signature work for a while now. The second composite with malemodel Henny is a work I really like a lot...
My kids and I are playing around with a series where they're smugly hanging out in sketchy situations. I hope to get a little better at photography and compositing through the process. Let me know how I can make it better!
For sake of full transparency, I was inspired to try this by this guy's series:
A composite from two of my shots, my goal was to achieve a "Golden Hollywood Glam" style. Love to emulate old lighting setups. Hope you guys like it.
Thought I would share my most recent project. This was created for my girlfriends sisters holiday card. This is an annual tradition and one of the more satisfying and fun projects I have all year. I do not post all of my work on Fstoppers as most of what I do is Art Directing, but this seems this image fit fairly well for this group discussion...
If you recognize Gabriel picolos work then you know this image I asked him for permission to let me bring it to life :)
When you want make a portrait but all cars park behind your subject...its time to postproduction.
What do you think?
Hi everyone! I'm new to the group.
I've been really getting into compositing lately.
I've also been obsessing over the new game "Ghost Recon Wildlands" (If you haven't played it, try it! haha).
Here's the first two composites in a series I'm doing based around this game.
The model is me, and I use a small in-home...
New year, new beginnings. Let's move on in search of new adventures!
Happy New Year!
I like the way guys from FixThePhoto created a magnifying glass ( like here - http://fixthephoto.com/examples/high-end ) in their gallery for the best view of before and after retouching samples. Can somebody help me to make this function on my website which is connected with my own photomanipulations? I will be very grateful!