1. Abraham Lincoln’s Head on John Calhoun’s Body, circa 1860
One of the most famous pictures of President Abraham Lincoln is as fact-based as the upcoming movie Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Lincoln’s head was placed atop South Carolina politician John Calhoun’s body in this 1860 photo. Continue reading
Graphic designer Luca Masini of Zerouno Design created a list entitled ‘What not to say to a Photographer‘ features 15 most annoying and irritating phrases that “can reach the ear of a photographer, not only from the customers in this case, but also by improvised photographers, friends, relatives, boyfriends.” Continue reading
From time to time we love to stop and marvel at the mathematical wizardry of artists and designers who make GIFs with code, but Sydney-based illustrator Nancy Liang takes an old-school approach with her imaginative scenes made almost entirely by hand. There isn’t a single element in her animations that doesn’t begin as a physical drawing or object. Liang works mostly with kraft paper cutouts and pencil drawings, all of which is carefully planned in copious sketches before each element is scanned and animated in photoshop. Continue reading
by David Rabinowitz
You may have seen this photo on the internet along with the claim that “Castle House Island” is a real place in Dublin, Ireland. It’s actually “James Bond Island” in Khao Phing Kan, Thailand. The castle was placed on the photo using Photoshop. The castle shown is only a portion of Lichtenstein Castle (Germany)
It just goes to show how creative people can be. Photoshop is a great product! So much enjoyment can be had! Let your creativeness bloom with Photoshop!