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Monday, 29 October 2012

Boro's Dark Knight

Been busy finishing off an original DigiArt / GrimArt for a private client introduced to me by the mysterious Green Man a villain in the making. The client is a local batman fanatic who had imported a replica batman suite from America.

The brief was simple but complicated to create an original artwork with a similar feel to the new batman posters from the dark knight rises.

Batman - Shadow Thoughts

A behind the scenes video showing how this shot was composited during post production Click Here

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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

The Cowboy James Storm A Perfect Storm

Here a near finished draft shot for Impact Wrestling of the legend The Cowboy James Storm. A challenging shot with a lot of post production work just over 4hrs work and a hugh Tiff file.

The Cowboy James Storm - A Perfect Storm

More shot to come over the following months so watch this space.

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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Saltburn's Biggest Storm Hits Wedding Couple

Saltburn's been hit with its biggest storm to date during a wedding couples happy day. The stunned couple looked on as chaos rained around them.
A local farmer was heard saying "there goes my daisy"

Tidal We Part

This is a shot done at a wedding from 2 weeks ago I was booked by the couple Mr & Mrs Buckley to do their wedding. During the consultation they asked to have some shots done on Saltburn Pier Saltburn by the sea. Then the ideas started to flow I thought what a great opportunity to create something a little different something other local wedding photographers can't do something original that would allow me to show off a little.

The idea was born lets stick the happy couple in the middle of a natural disaster with twisters, tidal waves and all sorts of chaos. I also wanted to include as many of the local landmarks and attractions as possible yeah cool idea.

Tidal We Part

Then reality kicked in, its not that I could not pull this shot off I have done his kind of work many times before for my commercial clients. The hard part was getting my head round how to put the idea together how to get the idea from a thought to visual image.

The shot started as 2 photographs from the wedding day the Bride and Groom and the other shot being Saltburn Pier. Everything else in the shot was then drawn in by me during post production. So from concept to finished shot all work was done by me.

Well as you can see from the 90% finished work I nailed it the original Tiff file is over 720megs with over 70 plus composite lays to make up this image and just over 21hrs work.

End result what the happy couple wanted a shot that was original, a shot that's not been done before.

Tidal We Part

Cha Ching !
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