5 Images That Changed Me
Something a little different this time around. Have you ever seen an image that makes you stop in your tracks and you get mesmerised by every detail? The jaw droppers. The show stoppers. The "how the hell was that made" ... ers.
Here are 5 images that have had that effect on me. Click each photo to view that particular photographer's work and be prepared to be blown away!
In no particular order:
This was probably the first composite image I'd ever seen. It's amazing. It's telling a story. I just simply love it. Dave Hill is such a legend when it comes to this type of thing. But unfortunately it's a style he's moved away from these days. Anyway I hope you enjoy it as much as me.
I first seen Mike's work over on Behance a while ago. His ability to mix photography and 3d is amazing! I love the fusion between the two mediums. It really works. This series "the future of sports" blew me away when I seen it. It reminded me of the Disney movie Tron.
Everyone who is anyone in photography should've by now heard of the name Joel Grimes. He's probably one of the most copied styles in photography. He'd shoot the subject in his studio with his 3 light setup and he'd add in an HDR background that he'd shot at a different time. Seriously go check him out and give your eyes some visual orgasms.
Ryan's work is always amazing. His images have attitude and a crazy side to them. He's great.
...and last but certainly not least is Michael Herb. I've been following Michael's work for years. He's fun, original and a really nice guy. This image called "the next level" ... well if it doesn't blow you away then there's something wrong with you. It's just so damn great I love it!
Do you have any images that are truly inspiring to you? Leave me a link in the comments below!
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