- Released Today: Topaz ReStyle for Post-Processing
- Cover Photography for a Classical Music Album: How it Was Done
- The Photo Man: Collecting and Selling Forgotten Photographs
Posted: 08 Aug 2013 04:49 PM PDT
Topaz’s new ReStyle tool lets you explore new artistic and creative possibilities for your images and helps you achieve looks you might not have thought of otherwise. Designed for professionals to transform images with just one click using over a thousand easily searchable styles and looks all within this photoshop plugin. Currently 50% off for the launch sale, simply remember to use the voucher code restyleit at checkout. Now available here: Topaz ReStyle
Features Introduced in Topaz ReStyle:
Presets are pre-defined looks that you can apply to any image at any time. They are a great way to explore the creative possibilities, speed up and simplify your workflow. We've included over 1,000 different looks in ReStyle, and although they won't work for every single photograph, they serve as excellent starting points.
For added convenience, styles are categorized by types of photography.
How to Get a Discounted Copy During the Launch Sale:
The tool is very easy to install and then appears under your filters menu in Photoshop. The launch sale is going on now so it is currently 50% off until it ends. Simply remember to use the voucher code RESTYLEIT at checkout.
Now available here: Topaz ReStyle for Post-Processing
Posted: 08 Aug 2013 01:06 PM PDT
Shooting a music video in a day is already a challenge in itself even if you have a cinematographer like Joel Kesler on your team. To make matters even more complicated, Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong also had to shoot the cover artwork on the same day. See how Von, Joel and their talented team managed to pull it off (for those of you reading this by email, the video can be seen here):
The Lighting Setup
Both the photo and video were shot with a Nikon D800E, Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8G and the Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Autofocus Lens.
He shares how he lit each photo,
Go to full article: Cover Photography for a Classical Music Album: How it Was Done
Posted: 08 Aug 2013 10:52 AM PDT
For Mark Kologi, selling orphaned personal photos at Los Angeles' Melrose Trading Post is more than a business or a hobby—it's art. "It's this tide of humanity that's just flooded my life," Kologi says, and this wave sweeps into the souls of all who stop to sift through photos. In this short, poignant documentary by Ben Kitnick, we see the world through the eyes of “The Photo Man,” where even ill-exposed snapshots are treasures waiting to be discovered:
Having sold over three million photos and sorted through millions more, Kologi has had plenty of time to ponder the implications of selling others' memories.
To 'The Photo Man,' that's what a photograph is — a fleeting moment that provides a window glimpse into someone else’s life, in the same way that Kologi watches passersby from inside his garage. They remind us that we're all connected, living each other's lives and intersecting every so often in a glance, a grazed touch, a simple hello.
Go to full article: The Photo Man: Collecting and Selling Forgotten Photographs
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