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Death Bunny in Film Noir-esk

Death Bunny in Film Noir-esk

I worked on the retouching and compositing for this film noir-esk image for Taylor Castle, printed in this month’s Chiacgo Magazine. I created this image from a photo of the super cute bunny on seamless and shadow of a cardboard cutout on a white seamless. The room was created in Photoshop along with adding the…

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Utah Mighty 5 Ad

Utah has some of the most beautiful natural landscapes that exist. For that reason it’s always exciting to have the opportunity to work on projects for Utah’s Tourism department creating some unique imagery. In January, I was contact by Philip from Struck and he asked me to work on creating this really awesome composite image…

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Cover of Rangefinder Magazine with Peter Hurley

I retouched a portfolio image for New York City photographer, Peter Hurley about a year ago. Peter has this incredible knack for capturing the raw emotion and expression from a person. One of my favorite images we collaborated on was chosen by Rangefinder Magazine, for the cover of their February 2013 issue. Despite the fact…

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Typeface Checker 8000

Even though I’m may not be a designer and don’t have formal training in typography I greatly dislike bad fonts. The Eames lounge chair is perhaps one of the most beautiful pieces of furniture made. With that in mind put something ugly or sub par beside of it and it just looks worse than it…

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US Speed Skating Team Portraits

In September Ed McCulloch photographed portraits of the US Speed Skating Team.  74 images total and was asked to give these images a treatment and style to make them look better in the most efficient way I could. This process needed to be all done in a more less batched way but even 74 portraits…

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Taylor Castle: Retouching of the Mime Photo

Last month I worked on Taylor Castle’s photo for his upcoming Workbook ad. A composite of four images, background, cart and talent. All the  elements were photographed in pretty close to the same lighting so the compositing went together well but what this image really needed was just the right treatment to lighting and color to give…

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