Skeletal moments is a very nice atmospheric ongoing series about people and their hidden secrets. Also known as skeletons from the closet. The series was created by Spudsfirst, two guys, with a passion for imagery.
The Outer Child (l’enfant exterieur) is a very beautiful made series of adults in the shape of children. These are done by high-end retoucher Cristian Girotto, from Paris. Take a look at his website for the whole series.
Ad campagne for Max & Lola, done by a great Belgium photographer: Christophe Gilbert. Responsible for retouching was Yannick LeCoq.
Very fine visuals made for all kinds of advertising campaigns. Done by Carioca, a Romanian company.
You eat what you tough, ad campaign for Lifebuoy, photography done by Jeremy Wong @ Nemesis Picture. It’s a serie of 4 ads, but these two I like the most. The face of the dog is so funny!
Nice ads, they do remind me a bit at these Ikea ads.
Carrying too much weight? Nice and funny visuals for a advertising campaign. I might consider calling Gerda myself!
Emmy award winning team at Brainstorm Digital has made a before and after movie of their VFX they did for the HBO season 2 of the serie Boardwalk Empire. Season 1 was also done by them. If you see these movies you would almost think it’s very easy to make. Season 2 Season 1
Award winning photos from an Italian based company called LSD photo. I love the chickenheads, funny images, good retouching!
I really love these ads. Photography done by Andreas Smetana and the beautiful retouching is from Toby & Pete. All from the land down under.
Four Levi’s ads for Eco Jeans.
Surrealistic images done by Sarolta Bán. She originally was a jewelry designer, but discovered digital photography and retouching. That is now her main activity.
Very nice executed pictionary ads.
To celebrate the opening of De La Mar theater in Amsterdam Erwin Olaf made a serie of photographic interpretations of classic plays. The people in the pictures are dutch actors & actrices. Click the images for a much better view! Amadeus Sunshine Boys Waiting for Godot Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A Streetcar Named Desire(…)
Images made by Erik Almas for Union Pacific’s ad campaign.