I am in this industry for two reasons. My love for the digital age, and you. Tell me to jump, and I will ask you how high.
A wise man once told me, "Do what you love and you would never work a day in your life." And that is exactly what I am doing. I love anything and everything about Digital Media, and will craft anything you desire.
My process couldn't be much simpler. Tell me exactly what you want and how you want it, and I will deliver it. Talk to me and we can get your project started.
This image and the rest of the landscape images that follow are all HDR images. I was able to create these images by leaving my shutter speed open for 25 seconds. I was able to achieve these results with Photomatix, Lightroom, and PhotoShop.
Downtown Orlando, FL
High speed fruit photography
Road to Success
Shed on a bridge
Downtown Lake Eola, Orlando, FL
I was able to achieve this amazing shot with my DJI Phantom. I have a GoPro Hero3 Black Edition attached to it with a Zenmuse H3-3D Gimbal that gives the camera great camera stability so the footage doesn't come out shaky.
High speed ink photography. I purchased a new camera and I wanted to test out its high speed capabilites. I set up a controlled environment inside my garage. I purchased a small fish tank filled it with water and set up my lights around the tank. These were the results.
High speed photography. I was able to achieve these results by setting my cameras shutter speed to 600. That way I was able to get these results. This is the first time I have done a project such as this. And I am very pleased with the results.
This website was created for, Nina Poon, to display and showcase her work in a professional manner.
This website was created for, Penny Shipley. It was originally designed for my web design class. However, as my understanding of web design has grown, I've decided to revisit her original site and give it a face lift. This is the result.
I created this website to showcase and demonstrate my uncanny ability and knowledge on scroll effects.
In this composition I wanted to play around with the transform tool and coffee cups to see what I would achieve. I used several different blend modes to obtain this result.
I designed this for my final project in typography class. I made a series of words stacked up on each other as a 2D layer. I then transformed the text into 3D and these were the results
I used the multiplicity technique to make my room looked like it was full of money. First, I withdrew $1,000.00 out of my magical account , then I mounted my Canon on the tripod and setup my lights. I then took 48 different shots. Each shot the money was in a different spot. I then took all of the shots and edited this in photoshop.
This is just a piece I created to experiment with the blending modes in photoshop. I found two stock photos online of a flame and a skull. I then blended the flame in with the skull and used the transform tool to warp it around the skull. For the finishing touches I used a oil paint filter on the skull to give it a firey texture.
I made this for a music composer that goes by the name of 3D. This picture was shot behind an abandoned ware house where there were a bunch of old trains that were just sitting on the tracks. So I decided to take advantage of this and make a composition out of it.
I call this composition, "Kitty Chaos". I created this with a redfield filter in photoshop.
I created this manipulation to experiment with smokey text. I used several smoke brushes to create the smokey texture. I then used several different techniques to make the text look like smoke.
I created this picture for my typography class. I took two stock photos of a sky and a mountain that I found online and put this together. I created a D using the text tool then converted the D into a 3D layer. I then put a wooden texture onto the layer and added several light elements to it. And then I added some final touches by adding a tree on it and a face in the sky.
I was experimenting with different cutouts; such as, broken glass and water paint. Mixed with a bunch of different blend modes.
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