Posts Tagged ‘interior design’
Hey guys, we moved to our new house two and a half years ago and a year ago I changed my working room into darkroom. My modest opinion is that I have a huge talent for interior design and it’s comforting to know that if I will fail as a photographer I still can become a millionaire as an interior designer. In fact I know what you want to ask me, so my answer is YES, you can send me an email and we will discuss an option of you hiring me, but I must warn you I will not repeat the mistake that I’ve made as a photographer, talent like myself demands a grease fee! Here are few more details.
PS: In 2008 I’ve redesigned my old darkroom into sauna. I admit, that was a mistake, but as every great artist I learn on my mistakes.
Jožica Curk and Mateja Panter, architects and industrial designers, authors of a project Hi Konjiček / Giddy-up Rocking Horse. The inspiration for their rocking horse is a retro design from year 1956 and the principle re:use, re:design, re:think. I hope their concept is noted also in my portrait. I’ve made a portrait at Trnovo riding club in Ljubljana and in post-process I used split toning, adding grain, vignetting, displacing, warping and last but not least I combined two images in photoshop to get this cracks on the picture. I used a texture of a cracked stone.
If you want a video podcast on this kind of postprocess, I can do it, no problem, just leave a comment. I know that JC hates this explanations and since he makes most of the comments…
But seriously I learned a lot from Lesa Snider @CreativeLive. I’ve started working with Photoshop 3.0 in year 1995 and I feel comfortable with it, but exactly that’s why I’m keep on buying courses and books because there is so much more to learn and it’s fun to have more ways to express yourself.