Tag Archive: Photo manipulation

World by Ruud van Empel

Ruud van Empel‘s World series explores the theme of innocence. Van Empel with the help of photoshop placed exquisitely groomed , black boys and girls in paradisical settings of unspoiled, non-existent natural surroundings.

A Quiet Day in Wonderland

A New Dawn Nikita Gill is a London-based photographer, digital artist and brand designer. Her series of photo manipulation titled “A Quiet Day in Wonderland” is about peace and meditation over the course… Continue reading

Bringing the Outdoors Inside

Carolyn Lefley‘s Realm photo series. Artist statement: I make photographs that depict a world that floats between reality and fantasy, between believable spaces and sites of make believe. I am interested in the… Continue reading

Conceptual Photography by Rachel Baran

Conceptual photographer Rachel Baran, currently living in Ohio, creates beautiful self portraits. Some of her works are dark and introverted, while others dreamy and joyful. But always creative and overwhelmed by passion. Her… Continue reading

‘Alternate Perspective’ photo series shows a 360 degree world

Randy Scott Slavin is an award-winning director and surrealist photographer based in New York City. In his Alternate Perspective series he takes up to a hundred pictures of a scene to build up a… Continue reading

Black and white dreams

Surreal photo-manipulations by Tomasz Zaczeniuk in black and white.

Surreal Digital Art by Ben Goossens

Ben Goossens worked for 35 years in his native Belgium as an ad agency art director. After retiring, Goossen’s turned to creating photo montages with a distinctive Surrealism style reminiscent of his fellow… Continue reading

Photo manipulations by Yves Lecoq

The Big Choir Amazing photo-manipulations from conceptual photographer Yves Lecoq combining  antique style, noir humor and surrealism.

Insect Women by Laurent Seroussi

Photographer and graphic designer Laurent Seroussi  in his project entitled Insectes, fuses sleek female figures with the bodies of creepy crawlies. Using what he calls “visual tricks and post-production wizardry” glamourises creatures that would naturally… Continue reading