Digital Artistry

It takes talent…

As a photoshop user (I use the term VERY broadly as I think I use about 5% of Photoshop) I can really appreciate how hard it can be to achieve certain things with a photo, and not to mention how long it must have taken. I want to introduce you to a friend of mine who is into Digital Art, this is a form of art where images are created digitally… in this case from several images. His name is Rob Potter and you may have seen his name here before, as he runs www.photographyhotspots.com.au, he is a keen HDR photographer, but he also has a more unique string to his bow, he is a passionate digital artist. You can visit his website here

Here is his latest art work…

Now, you may look at this and not realise how much work as gone into it so make sure you scroll down and you will see the images he started with, and then have another look at the final image… it is hard to tell this was put together… nice work Rob! He said it took him 7 to 8 hours to get it right in photoshop… he has more patience than me (not to mention more photoshop skills!)

Surprised to see Santa!

Surprised to see Santa!

 

The images Rob started with

The images Rob started with

Today’s iCandy – Anzac Bridge at Sunrise

I like this image as it showcases the Anzac Bridge, the Harbour Bridge and Sydney tower…

Anzac Bridge Sunrise

Click on the photo to order yourself a print or to download (please see licensing for the rules!)

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