Awesome shot @Eddie Lobanovskiy! Getting from A to B in the fastest time possible whilst still maintaining the highest quality is a sign of a top designer.
I think that the quote you were looking for was by Einstein. He said "Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources”. Personally my philosophy is using any resources available to achieve the highest standard in the fastest time possible is the way to go. Keep up the fantastic work dude :)
10 months ago
i bet you are the winner of this contest!
Really great thought process and executed brilliantly!
@Eddie Lobanovskiy - Hey man, so appreciative that you showed us the process. I was wondering how you did the perspectives of the photo like that. I have yet to see that done and feel it'd be a great tool to use once I know how to do so.
9 months ago
Thanks so much guys, I hope this helped someone! :)
@Ty it's actually pretty simple, the secret is in getting as close as possible to your objects and zooming out as much as you can ;) that's where wide lens comes in handy, I used 16-35mm f2.8 canon lens here. And for figuring out perspective on already taken photo I just created couple shapes like this in illustrator and placed them where it felt right http://d.pr/i/t5pI . Hope that helps.
Whoa! I had always thought the perspective on the pen was a bit weird. But now that I see this... it's messing with my head.
Pretty awesome stuff, either way...
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