New York photographer Danny Evans could have made a killing cooking up images for tabloids. He recently started a project whereby he takes some of today's biggest names — such as Jay-Z and Beyonce, seen above — and edits them to look like "they were never famous." In the words of Sammy Sosa, "It's so real!"
All you budding graphic designers, today's going to be like another birthday for you (unless today is your b-day). Adobe just announced that the revamped and even easier to use Photoshop CS6 is available for trial as a public beta.
Adobe might have conceded that mobile Flash wasn't worth the hassle, but it still knows how to keep Photoshop as the premier image editing tool. Be astounded as you see Photoshop CS6's Content Aware Fill tool magically move objects around a picture with little effort.
To make famous black and white photos even more impactful, artist Sweden-based artist Sanna Dullaway gave a batch of iconic photos a splash of color — making the imagery represented in each picture all the more powerful.
We've all been there before. We have a great photo, but it's blurry because of shaky hands. What if you could "deblur" the fuzzy photo later? Adobe has a prototype feature that does that and it might make it into the next version of Photoshop.
Who wouldn't want Ewoks photoshopped into their family photos? That was Anthony Herrera's idea, at least, when he took his kids to Sequoia National Park. Not only did he tell them Ewoks lived in the park, but he also photoshopped them into the family photos taken during the trip.
"Ever wonder how Hubble's [Space Telescope] color images are made?" Actually, no, I've never really given it much thought. I always imagined that the Hubble's camera has some kind of brilliant billion-dollar sensor on it that can capture photos in ultra high-resolution. Turns out, Photoshop is also NASA's best friend.
Calling all creatives! Adobe is working on a real Photoshop app for tablets that will have most (if not all) of the image manipulating tools found in its computer version — layers and all — optimized for the fingers.
There have been a few gaming gloves making the rounds lately, but there's one that really caught our eye. The Peregrine gaming glove has features that makes it, hands down (pun most definitely intended) a great product. The glove itself...
After watching Avatar, designer Peter Ammentorp had the same thought a lot of us no doubt had: I want one. A second body that's lean, strong, and could be used to fetch soda late at night? Okay, well maybe that's...