In my review of the Trick Photography package the other week, I mentioned that I wasn’t sure how ‘commercial’ some of the techniques were. Well I got an answer to that question in the post today, with one of the same images appearing on the cover of a magazine I subscribe to.
The May issue of New Internationalist has the image of a man’s face superimposed on his hands for a cover of their issue on mental health. It was one of the images/techniques I was particularly impressed with, and a great example of how this material could be used.
You can check out the cover shot here …
And the Trick Photography and Special Effects package here … it’s worth a look just to check out all the samples
I guess it all makes sense … ‘new’ photography buyers do tend to look for images they can drop straight into layouts, so maybe a few digitally enhanced variations of an image could increase it’s sales potential?
What do you think? Anyone doing this kind of work commercially?
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