Thanks to Mark Carter for the use of his photo, taken at The Prodigy Concert, Cardiff, 9th April 2009.
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Wicked, you Smacked That Pic Up!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great treatment! I’m always amazed by the skill involved and patience shown in creating these types of graphics
I have been trying to do a similar graphic like that. Care to share ideas. You are amazingly talented man!
great work! – I always find sxc.hu a good source for floral and retro patterns to use as overlays to produce visuals like that. would make a good canvas print that!
Great job, I was actually at this gig and it was ace! If you ever have chance, check them out!
Wow, that is very, very cool, and way beyond my abilities. At least for now.
Man, that’s some great work on that shot! It’d make a really good desktop wallpaper if you could possibly release it in a larger format like 800 x 600 or something like that. Great work.
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wow!this is really mind blowing!so could you please share with us how did you do it.
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Thats a really nice job he’s done on re-working the photo – I wish I was so good at using photoshop! I struggle just to make simple banners!
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Wow – excellent shot. I love using a variety of wallpapers on my machine. I just wrote something on my blog about using Flickr to get desktop wallpaper images. Alot of us know that you can download images from flickr. I recently found a program called Downloadr. It downloads whole groups of images from Flickr very fast! It allows you to sort images by tags, date ranges, and interestingness. I use it all the time to download a whole batch of images.
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Very creative. Just subscribed.
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Photoshop always saves my life!
Excellent photo editing skills you’ve shown here man. Wish I am as good as your are..
Very well done! I don’t use Photoshop, I use Fireworks from macromedia and I have absolutely no idea how I could achieve something like this!
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I really like photoshop. I learned lot things and also I can show to everyone that I can make images like a pro even if I’m not.
Good works of design. By the way thanks for sharing.
That photoshopped backdrop is pretty sweet, although, the original concert photo is cool in and of itself..
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Great photo! I have using GIMP for my photo editor, but I must said that photoshop better feature and better photo editing.
Photography is always an amazing thing. People love memories. That is why the art of photography is always evolving to cater the needs of the ones who has the love in photography. The experience in art is always pleasurable.
fantastic prints .. the background is superb
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Absolutely amazing photos I just wish my efforts were so good..must try harder.
This is so cool, more samples please!
Very creative, great job!
Some people are just born with artistic ability, and put the rest of us mere mortals to shame! Good job – that composition is superb!
I have given my best shot at these sorts of composite images, they make great eye candy for web pages…alas, I am lousy at it. Nice work.
Nice work! It’s hard to find a photograph wherein the subject and background contrast enough to separate them and provide the effect you have here. The star and splatter effects are a nice touch, true to the genre, it seems. Thanks for sharing.
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