Posts Tagged ‘editing’
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on October 20th, 2011
Oops! It looks like Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine shed a few pounds for this Vogue Russia photoshoot. Can you see the mistake?
Posted by Jonathan Eger on October 18th, 2011
The latest and greatest tumblr website is one where people contribute photographs of celebrities whose noses have been modified to resemble Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Posted by Jonathan Eger on October 13th, 2011
On Tuesday we posted about Nightmares Fear Factory. The series has become so popular, that over at SomethingAwful, forum users decided to have a little fun by manipulating the photographs. Some of the results are quite comical.
Posted by Jonathan Eger on October 4th, 2011
Long before Photoshop, even the most beautiful models had their photographs edited before being published. These never before seen photos of Audrey Hepburn show how the original image was marked for touch up, despite looking immaculate. You’ll also notice that the final edit has more contrast, which is a nifty little trick to blow out minor imperfections.
Posted by Jonathan Eger on September 15th, 2011
You can now edit videos on YouTube before you submit them. There are some pretty advanced settings including adjusting the orientation of the video, brightness, color saturation, color balance as well as stabilizing shaky footage. There are also several filters (seen above) that allow you to alter the overall look of the video. Cool beans!
Posted by Jonathan Eger on August 24th, 2011
Collegehumor has released their second Photoshop Rap video. From this day forth, expect to see an increase in high quality cat photographs.
Posted by Jonathan Eger on July 28th, 2011
The ad above, which feature Julia Roberts, was banned in the United Kingdom due to excessive airbrushing. This is a very common practice in advertising, where they literately do everything they can to make products look more appealing than they are in actuality. To be honest, I think advertisements should be held to strict guidelines, otherwise it is difficult to tell what is real, and what is exaggerated. What do you think? Was the banning of this advertisement justified?
Posted by Jonathan Eger on July 21st, 2011
Dave Hill has put together a video that shows how he created each and every image from his Adventure Series. The amount of layering and editing that go into a single image is mind boggling. You do not want to miss this video!
Posted by Jonathan Eger on June 22nd, 2011
Apple just released Final Cut Pro X, and it is available in the Mac App Store for $299.99. This is quite the steal, considering previous versions were priced around the $1000 mark. With new 64 Bit architecture, Final Cut Pro X promises blazing speeds. Motion 5 and Compressor 4, which normally accompany FCP, are now being sold separately at $50 each.
Posted by Jonathan Eger on June 20th, 2011
Now here’s a creative way to capture an entire event. Peter Langenhahn sets up his camera in a fixed position and take photographs throughout an event. Afterwards, he spends hours sorting through the photographs of each person, and combines them into one image. It’s not the first time I have seen images like this, but they are very inspiring none the less. Watch the Deutsche Welle video piece on Peter Langenhahn after the break.