Creating Digital Illusions: The Blackman Portfolio
In this exciting new book, renowned photographer/graphic illustrator Barry Blackman reveals the techniques he used in the creation of twenty of his most world-famous commercial images. His step-by-step, fully illustrated examples take reader from idea to finished product, a unique comprehensive guide to commercial digital photography. Case histories and more than 550 four-color images of his creation and manipulation of his digital images are included.
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airbrush tool angle of view appear art director artist assembly background Barco Graphics Bernie Nicholls blue bottle brick building camera canvas was created chips chrome key masking circuit board client clock face cloning brush color correction module components contours contrails cover curves cutout darker DISCOVER MAGAZINE duplicate canvas edge effect femur film final image Frederico Fellini gear glass globe glow graphic hand and arm hourglass Jerry Uelsmann layout light line art line art capability line art module lion look manipulated match model maker monitors numbers object Once opacity mask overlay painted paste mode pasted into position pattern percent opacity perspective distortion Plexiglas puck Rene Magritte restore function restore mode retouched screen selected shadow shoot shot silhouetted Silicon Graphics step surface symbol texture tion torso transparency VALUE-ADDED RESELLERS visual warping tool wave white tufted clouds