Just yesterday, the team at Adobe made their latest updates for Camera Raw and DNG Converter available for Photoshop CS6 and Creative Cloud. For CS6, Camera Raw 8.4 consists of updates in camera support, bug fixes, and lens profile support. For CC, however, there’s a few new features we can look forward to.
A few weeks back we shared an inconvenient clip showing how Photoshop is used to turn a beautiful looking model into a plastic barbie that is the current demand by advertisers. The movie has gone viral, receiving ricochets from all over the net.
Well, each coin has a flip side – ad agency Victors & Spoils took that video and flipped it over. V&S took the barbie looking model from the end of the video and used the very same tools to turn her into an charming, chubby Santa Claus.[Read More…]
We’ve all seen before and after photos of models detailing how Photoshop “helps” them look at their best. It may be something minor like removing skin blemishes or a birth mark, or it can be something a bit bigger like tummy flattening or thinning down a model.
This 36 seconds video shows how Photoshop can be used to extreme to alter a model completely, including bigger eye, smaller but, longer legs and much more. Hit the jump to be shocked.[Read More…]
Usually we use a wide array of battery powered lights and fireworks to create light paintings. This is not the case with the photographs below that were “light painted” by Bioluminescence algae.
Australian photographer Phil Hart tells an interesting tale about a weird tale of events.