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Here we’ve collected together over 50 legendary examples of digital painting in Photoshop. This hyper-modern medium blends traditional painting techniques with a digital canvas to produce stunning results. Featuring Cris de Lara, Alon Chou, Frederic St-Arnaud and others. This article contains some mild artistic nudity. Editor’s note: In an effort to introduce some of our newest readers to some of our older, and most popular content we have decided to resurrect this post from November 2008 for everyone to enjoy for the first or second time.
The following post is from Australian photographer Neil Creek who is part of the Fine Art Photoblog , and is developing his blog as a resource for the passionate photographer. Welcome to the fourth lesson in Photography 101 – A Basic Course on the Camera . In this series, we cover all the basics of camera design and use. We talk about the ‘exposure triangle’: shutter speed, aperture and ISO. We talk about focus, depth of field and sharpness, as well as how lenses work, what focal lengths mean and how they put light on the sensor.
Art & GTD Part 3 of 5 Sometimes it helps to set up a workflow for yourself, breaking things down into doable steps in order to arrive at some deliverable result. This applies to artists as well as anybody else. At my design job, our workflow goes something like this: Client requests (something) from us (for example: a brochure.) Account Manager/Creative Director/Project Manager assigns the project to a designer or copywriter Designer brainstorms solo or with others, and proceeds to hash out some options for the client Client gives the thumbs-up or thumbs down on one of the options, which will most likely need a few revisions We make revisions, going back and forth with the client until it’s satisfactory Send the design to the printer (or upload it to the web if it’s a web project) who then delivers the printed (brochures) to the client We bill the client and they pay us