I love those photos that were taken unexpected, the true feeling of the moment come out in true colors. In this post I handpicked a selection of spontaneous portraits that are amazing. Don't you have an spontaneous portrait that was taken when you weren't noticing? Enjoy. by 333bracket by Nighthaze by ByLaauraa by ByLaauraa by vampire-zombie by meriirem by ennil by indiae by fhrankee by Heleneee by aeon-100 by bingbing51 by m0thyyku
Created by the Russian digital photographer Ada Lena, these portraits are amazing. The emotions they carry are very strong, and combined with a perfect final touch and coloration makes each portrait is a piece a of art. Check them out! For more from Ada Lena visit adaprelena.deviantart.com
The first time I saw Luca Pierro's photos I found they were at least 70% photoshoped, but they were not. This photographer try to reach the effects, textures and lights with the less manipulation as possible, so he uses a lot of materials like fluor, milk, water and other. The results are pretty magnific, I must admit they speak by themselves. If you want to see more photographies from Luca, please access his Website or Flickr. Taking inspiration from painting and the surrealism in particular, Luca tries to recreate in his portraits ethereal surrealistic atmospheres. Digital processing is minimized. The lightning and the use of various natural materials (water, flour, talcum powder, sugar, etc.) become predominant (Luca's Flickr).
Aaron Scamihorn aka RONLEWHORN has a great passion for digital portraiture mixed with a love affair with typography and serigraphy. His work is awesome with a unique style and a retro feel. Check it out! For more make sure to visit ronlewhorn.com
Since 1991 Caesar Lima has been capturing provocative and visually stimulating images through the lens of his camera. A master at depicting unique and captivating subject matter, Caesar’s inspiration is derived from a singular drive to push the limits and evoke emotion through innovative photography. With a Bachelors of Arts in Advertising, Caesar has always had an eye for the creative. With a passion and drive to depict unusual, even surreal images, his photography always evokes emotion. As a self proclaimed non-purist, his photography calls to mind imagery that is just outside of the box. I dont like to follow the rules, rather I like to explore the potential of what can be possible and yet unexpected, says the photographer. Caesars photography crosses the boundaries into a world of potential that doesnt live with the norm. Caesar has received multiple accolades and awards including the 2010 IPA Award, 2010 PX3 Paris Grand Prix, 2010 Archive 200 Best Ad Photographer, 2009 and 21010 IPA Award, 2009 Addy Award, and the 2008 Spider Fashion Award to name a few in recent years. Click here to find out more about Caesar Lima Body Shades Pocahontas Bardot Chocolate Swimwear Broncolor Test Projection Blu Faces of Beauty
If you don't know the work of Calvin Hollywood you provably will be impressed with his portraits, I feel like his photos are so professional done that any of them could be on the cover of a magazine right now without making a change. He has very good fashion and emotive portraits, great work with color and specially lighting. Check it out! For more visit calvinhollywood.de and calvinhollywood.deviantart.com
There is nothing more artistic and fun than caricatures, I like to say that it's one of the only kind of arts that actually makes me laugh some times, I selected 20 awesome ones for your inspiration so just sit back relax and enjoy.
(via: www.whiteinkblog.com) I am back with a brand new exciting photo-retouching tutorial. In this tutorial I will focus on the hair. Before watching please note that there is a lot of information in this video to absorb, so watch and re-watch areas. I’d recommend pausing it at regular intervals before continuing so that you fully understand all the processes. Some of the areas covered in this video are: – Colour Correction – Removing Unwanted Straps and Hair – Adjusting tonal values – Grading the image – Boosting image vividness – Removing blemishes – Working with blending modes There are a lot of techniques and processes that go into each of the above, so if you’ve got a question leave a comment or contact me over at www.whiteinkblog.com and i'll do my best to help. This is the image I used: Before Photograph Here are some before and after shots: Any questions leave them below. Also, if you've got any ideas for more tutorials feel free to shout it out. For instant updates you can follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/YoussefSarhan This was originally posted at http://www.whiteinkblog.com/2009/03/14/416/.
Digital Painting is an art that takes a lot of knowledge and a lot of time, and these artists sure took some time to create these amazing portraits, there is no easy job when it comes to recreating faces and you will be amazed to see these.
Portrait photography of people is a true art, because you get the essence of someone, in a certain moment. It´s like photography manages to capture a person's soul. To do that, you gotta be good and Joel Grimes really knows how to do that. Joel Grimes is an American photographer who delivers us these great pieces of work. He has, also, a great post-work manipulating these pictures beautifully. For more of his work, visit his Flickr photostream or his website at http://www.joelgrimes.com/. Also we'd like to thank you Tyrone Michael for sending us the suggestion for this article
This is the first tutorial in a series on photographic retouching. In this tutorial I'll try to demonstrate the level of editing that goes into removing any discrepancies in the skin. I have divided the whole process into parts. Beginning with skin tones and blemishes. - Tidying skin blemishes & Removal of unwanted hair - Colour Correction 1. High Quality Portrait Retouching pt1YoussefS's Youtube Channel If you've got any comments or suggestion let me know, this then, thanks for watching. More to come soon.
As you can probably tell the crew here at Abduzeedo are just fascinated by HDR Photography. There is something cool about HDR that i can't really explain. Maybe it's the colors or detail. Whatever it is, HDR is just plain awesome. So yesterday I was shooting for a' La Mode (a photography group I am in) and I spotted this location that I thought would be perfect for HDR. I have never shot HDR but read Fabio's How to create HDR Photos - HDR/Photomatix tutorial, so I thought I'd give it a try. This also happened to be my first time using a digital slr, I normally use a film camera. In the words of Fabio, "it's like the light is coming from heaven"