Many years ago, when I first decided to venture into freelance retouching, it was all very uncertain. I had no idea how to proceed or where to start. With limited connections within the industry I felt like I needed advice from a seasoned pro. That's when I remembered reading about Pratik online. I loved the caliber of his work and thought I would reach out to him with a few questions. After compiling and sending an email, I shut down my browser and thought nothing further o
When it comes to large productions with big budgets, I always find it interesting to read about what happens behind the scenes and what it takes to get to the final product. It's usually quite mind-blowing and gives me a new found appreciation, as we often don't realize the ton of work that happens in these scenarios without us even knowing (as discussed previously here...) I recently discovered a website that showcases exactly that - how certain large scale productions were
I've briefly discussed the hilarity of bad stock photography in a previous post, and now Adobe has taken it even a step further. They are releasing a clothing line featuring the best (ie. worst) stock images out there. I personally find this hilarious. But maybe that's just my sense of humour. So, would you buy and wear this brand of funny fashion? Check out the entire article here...
I recently switched teams and chose to move from an iPhone to Android (shock, horror, gasp!) Instead of grabbing some stock images of a 5S from Google, I decided to take a few photos of the phone so that I could sell it online and show potential buyers its condition. I was quite happy with the results, seeing as all I used was a rather entry level lens, a glass table and an open window for light. It's sad to see this trusty guy go. He's always been by my side and I only have