Monday, 18 September 2017

Photoshop Fails

Keep your hands off me!

Google the words Photoshop and Fail and you'll see a mass of hilarious responses gleaned from the pages of the internet.
From the press, from magazine stands, newspapers, billboards, TV and more - all classic examples of where a  retoucher took their eye off the ball and produced something that might, to the casual observer, appear just a little weird, but on closer inspection, they look funny, painful, grungy, curious or hilarious. Here are just a few from the 'net...

Not a Photoshop Fail - but a regular, and very clever ad for Snickers.
The retoucher was obviously suffering from sugar withdrawal.
 American Airlines advert
The plane is landing on two wheels but cleverly, (the badly added) tyre smoke is only coming from one set of wheels
Photoshopped model? With a broken neck...
A political quickie
For some reason Jeb Bush has a white right hand and an African American left hand...

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

New eBook Online Now

Like many careers, you never just get a job to 'take photos', you have to specialise, sometimes very specifically, to fit a niche that you are comfortable working with.
This ebook outlines 16 of what I think are the best options, either for a new career (if currently employed in a different job), a shift in what you already do with your photography, as well as ideas for extending what you currently do as a photographer, to generate a passive income stream. All for $1.99


Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Seen Outside Bunnings

No parking on the grass...
Seen parked outside Bunnings in Rydalmere

Friday, 14 July 2017

My favourite shot for today

I have spent most of the day sorting through a bunch of images shot in Africa prior to submitting them to a stock library and came across this little bird pic - it's not good enough to send in but nevertheless I love it. This little fella is called a rattling cisticola and falls under that generic description as an 'LBJ' (little brown job), because it looks like all the other little brown birds that you see in your travels.