Thursday 17th April 2014,

Browsing the "art" Tag

Stirling Ranges - Featured Image

I’m Sick of My Cold – Bring on the Photoshop Brushes

Recovering from a cold can be a bit of a drain so when the boredom started to creep in after resting all day it was time to turn on the computer. Plugging in an old hard drive I was delighted [...]

April 13, 2014 World Through the Lens
morgan freeman article

The Worlds Most Realistic Finger-Painting

Remember all the fun you had finger-painting in your early school years? Painting your house or your favorite cartoon characters until the bell rang for recess.  Well I have a feeling that iPad artist Kyle Lambert was the kid who stayed in [...]

December 5, 2013 Beyond the Lens, YouTube
Playing with Light

Smoke Monster Revealed

I was surprised at the response that my December 3 photo for Carly Gill’s December Challenge received. The image was a quick attempt to get the day’s pic taken, processed and checked off my to do list. My light had [...]

December 4, 2013 Tutorials
trey ratcliff, atcanum

Arcanum: Improve Your Artistic Self in a Revolutionary Way

Trey Ratcliff is a visionary, a master of light and a true gamer at heart. His ability to bridge the gap between amateur and professional has been launched today in the form of Arcanum, a online innovative infrastructure that connects Masters [...]

November 28, 2013 News
sofles

Hyperlapse: The Collision of Incredible Graffiti and Digital Artists

In this day and age, with 14.4 thousand hours of video uploaded to YouTube every day, it is hard for something to keep our attention for more than a couple minutes. So when the brilliance of one of the worlds [...]

November 25, 2013 Beyond the Lens
Sly Cuts on Location

5 Models, 5 Dresses, 1 Day

The other day I was given the opportunity to undertake a larger scale production, meaning that I would be shooting more than one model, with more than one dress… and it was all on location! Now I’ll be honest with [...]

September 30, 2013 World Through the Lens
aileron, drifting pixels

The Red Centre of Australia

I’m back!!!! I love this place so much, I sort of got a bit lost in the outback over the last few days with all the driving, shooting, exploring and learning.  I’m slowly making my way though it though. I [...]

September 2, 2013 World Through the Lens
X-Pro 1 First Impressions/Testing

Testing the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 in the Studio

Very recently I got to test out the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 along with one of Fujifilm’s newest lenses, the Fujinon XF 55-200mm F3.5-4.8 R LM OIS. I have to say I was extremely hesitant to try out this camera because of the smaller [...]

July 31, 2013 World Through the Lens
hong-yi-birds-flower-petals

31 Days of Food Art on a Single White Plate

Malaysian Artist-architect Hong Yi, also know as Red, recently embarked on a 31 day journey of creativity using nothing more than a single plate and some food items. Hong, known as an artist who “loves to paint, but not with [...]

July 25, 2013 World Through the Lens
Airship of Doom - Alexander Koshelkov

What Seven Hours in Photoshop Can Achieve

Total time: 7 hours 18 min Total layers: 284 Tablet: Wacom Intuos 5 Impressive right? But you’re probably a little skeptical about how this image was created or at the very least you’re interested to see how it was done… [...]

July 23, 2013 Beyond the Lens