Andreas Miezans, a father from Norway, has found a way to combine Photoshop and fatherhood in a series that adds a funny, whimsical spin to daily moments with his baby, Oscar.
Posts Tagged 'photoshop'
Tags: digital artist, Laurent Rosset, perspective, photography, photoshop, picture, surreal
Tags: FreeFile Review, freeware, graphics editor, photo editor, Photo Pos Pro, photoshop, software, Windows
Photo Pos Pro is yet another photo editor. It has everything that is expected in a free photo editor and is only available for Windows. A paid version with a selection of more advanced tools is also offered.
— The good – Photo Pos Pro comes with plenty of tools and filters. It has all of the standard adjustments nomally available in most photo editors and many more. I like the right side palette, with the history, layers, and color palettes always visible.
— The bad – The user interface needs work. Very little customization by the user is possible. Every button and toolbar is visible by default, which creates a rather busy workspace. Unneeded tools can be hidden, but they are labeled cryptically (e.g. “CommandBarStripElement1”) in the ‘Customize’ context menu. Ugh! I don’t like the blue highlighting, used throughout the workspace, and I found no way to change it. Care needs to taken when downloading the program, as the latest version (3.0.5) can only be downloaded from Download.com, where unwanted programs are often included with downloads. I was able to download Photo Pos Pro without any ‘extras’. As with all free photo editors, the selection tools leave much to be desired. Tools not available in the free version, are not grayed-out, but instead lead to a web page where the Premium version can be purchased for $25. Ugh!
— — — — The Bottom Line — — — —
Photo Pos Pro has me confused. I want to recommend it because it is possibly one of the most complete free photo editors, however, too many things made me say “ugh!”. In the end, I give it a thumbs-down.
Tags: cute, cute kids, funny, humor, John Wilhelm, photography, Photoholic Family, photoshop, pic, picture
The Wilhelm family (aka. the Photoholic family) has been getting into some truly crazy adventures for years now—from octapus attacks in the tub, to breakfast time madness, to touching moments between sisters. The man behind the Photoshopping is John Wilhelm, who shows his unconditional love for his wife and kids by inserting them into the craziest, most insane situations his imagination and Photoshop skill can come up with.
Tags: CoolDigitalPhotography, Double Exposure, photography, photoshop, pic, picture
Tags: adobe, creative, photo editing, photo manipulation, photography, photoshop, pic, picture, pixel art, software, surreal, visual artist
Happy Birthday, Photoshop! Twenty-five years ago, this week, a little graphics editing program named Photoshop was born. Fast forward a few decades and now we’re living in a world where surreal-looking images are all around us. As part of the celebration, Adobe has launched a search for 25 of the most creative visual artists under the age of 25. Are you one of them? They’re looking for artists that represent the future of Photoshop. In other words, someone making “the most innovative, forward-looking work out there.”
Tags: Abe Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, Alexander Gardner, Civil War, colorized, history, Lincoln's Birthday, photo, photography, photoshop, pic, President's Day, US President
US President Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809; he would be 206 today. Recently, I found this colorized photo of him on reddit. The original was black and white and taken by Alexander Gardner in 1861, with the color being added recently.