I’m getting more requests to use 3D in my work. When studio photography was difficult to produce and marketing still needed images to hype new products, 3D composed into existing photography filled a need. Now that creative departments have warmed to the process, this outside-the-box thinking continues.
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I live in Minnesota. Been here my whole life. Until a couple weeks ago it seemed like a pretty decent place where people generally get a fair shake. Maybe that’s true sometimes. Perhaps most of the time. But it’s not enough.
I’d heard of the technique, but (as usual) the internet was full of conflicting ideas, with the only agreement being that everyone is doing it wrong. And a vocal minority saying it shouldn’t be done at all.
I became a designer as an excuse to spend my days playing with photographs. After trying an SLR camera it was obvious I could get good at this. I found a way to scan film so my photos could could edited using state-of-the-art-in-1994 Photoshop version 2.5.
Rethinking the Adobe Photo Editing Workflow – Pt 2. How to use Photoshop Smart Objects to encapsulate your work, applying almost any edit non-destructively.