HDR photography was a technique mostly developed for virtual lighting in 3d applications. Applied carefully, High Dynamic Range-technique (HDR) can create incredibly beautiful pictures which blur our sense of the difference between reality and illusion. In graphics HDR imaging is a set of techniques that allow a far greater dynamic range of exposures than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes, ranging from direct sunlight to the deepest shadows. This is usually achieved by modifying photos with image processing software for tone-mapping. And the results can be really incredible; in fact, many artists and designers come up with some pretty fancy results.This post covers extremely beautiful and perfectly executed HDR-pictures. Some of them might look surreal, too colorful, even magic or fake, but they are not — keep in mind that they’ve all been developed out of usual photos, and not a single image is an illustration.
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There are many awesome artists out there and there work is really worth watching. Here is a showcase of 25 of the greatest celebrity caricatures found over at deviant ART. I hope you will smile, be inspired, be amazed and maybe even go over to the deviant ART community to have a closer look at some of the artists behind these amazing drawings.This is just a fun stuff for you to relieve from daily work flow – enjoy it!I hope you enjoyed this collection.Which caricature was your favorite?The comments section below is open for your much appreciated feedback!
Every one has to face some mini or tiny problems in his daily routine as some times our car seat got expired, tore or our joy stick has been get out of order. Then immediately what to do for get immediately replacement? Here i collect some most amazing but quite funny problem solvings which make the viewers laugh or some misers in laugh then these funny images make them misers smile. You can get smile on your face by look at the very first image in which you can see an amazing replacement of door bell. Come and get more smile and enjoy by look inside this beautiful gallery.
The expression ‘don’t play with your food’ simply doesn’t apply to London-based photographer Carl Warner. The talented artist takes common food items and transforms them into stunning works of art known as Foodscapes.Each Foodscape is painstakingly built over several days, from the planning stages to building the 3D food landscape to the final stage of digital retouching. The scenes are photographed in layers from foreground to background and sky, with the elements then put together in post-production to achieve the final dazzling 3D image.Unfortunately, the food is no longer edible after being glued, pinned and fiddled with under the hot lights during the photography process, but the leftovers are shared with the crew or sent to a homeless shelter.