Digital Darkroom exhibition in LA showcases Photoshop work | Practical Photoshop
An exhibition of work by a group of digital artists from the UK, US and France is on display in Los Angeles as part of the “Digital Darkroom” show.
Over 80 print and digital images taken from various mediums and digital processes, which include composites, highly layers, 3D and even lenticular images make up the exhibition.
Each artist was chosen specifically for their unique abilities and extremely intricate and time-consuming work that they have produced. One such artist is Joel Grimes, a commercial photographer and “illusionist” his uses Photoshop to create dramatic HDR photos that appear like paintings.
The curator of the exhibition is Russell Brown, senior creative director at Adobe, who was a part of the team that launched the very first version of Photoshop in 1990.
Other artists at the exhibition include Chris Levine, Claudia Kunin, Jerry Uelsmann, Brooke Shaden and more and it will be on display at the Annenberg Space for Photography in L.A. Until May 28th 2012, so if you happen to be in the area, why not pop by to check it out.
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