Tag Archive: photoshop


Georges Bousquet

“Etrange Famille” (2010): The dreamscapes of digital artist Georges Bousquet (from Perpignan, France) achieve a dizzying depth – one feels they could peel back infinite levels of the image and find more childlike figures and surreal subjects returning the gaze. In fact, Bousquet uses about 300 layers in Photoshop and spends approximately 15 hours building each image. Recently he re-envisioned the twelve signs of the Zodiac with his unique spin. His work deserves close-up inspection; see the details on his Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/casajordi/

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Glenn Karlsen

‎”Skater” (2008): Hailing from Norway, digital photographer and master Photoshop manipulator Glenn Karlsen produces razor-sharp images often accompanied by his signature High Pass filter, which extracts high frequency details and in the case of portraits, softens skin. Karlsen began working in this medium in 2007 and has carved out a niche in advertising, band, artist and athlete photography. I like his personal and experimental imagery best, like this highly saturated photo of a skater on a downhill ride. See more of his portfolio: http://www.glennkarlsen.com/