November 18, 2007

Plastic Man drives the lane, + other moments in time

  • SI photographer John Zimmerman captured a crazy image of Dr. J shot using a slit camera to follow the movement of his hand.  Hard to believe it’s from 1972!
  • Liquid sculpture: Photographer Martin Waugh (see previous) talks about how he combined high-speed photography with a bit of Photoshop to create the new Smirnoff ad campaign.
  • William Hundley makes some eye-popping jumping sheet photographs.  See more of his work on Flickr. [Via]
  • Sports Shooter hosts a cool gallery of indoor rodeo shots from Darryl Dyck. [Via]
  • Telling a very different story occasioned by cowboy imagery, LA Times photog Luis Sinco talks about how his shot of the "Marlboro Marine" James Blake Miller in Iraq changed both of their lives. [Via]  The story is behind an irritating, albeit free, registration barrier.
Posted by John Nack at 11:36 AM on November 18, 2007

Comments

  • Chris — 1:56 PM on November 18, 2007

    John –
    I’ve been using Photoshop since version 3.05 — mainly for digitally painting. That said, I’ve been on the forefront of that field for many years, and would really like the opportunity to share with you what I think has been sorely missing in my favorite application release after release…
    Please contact me! :)

  • meekish — 9:21 PM on November 18, 2007

    The story is behind an irritating, albeit free, registration barrier.

    BugMeNot!

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