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This is a discussion on 15,000 Layer Photoshop File within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by wrx wagone Someone should tell him that they make cameras in digital now. You can just like ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx wagone
    Someone should tell him that they make cameras in digital now. You can just like fly out to Chicago and *click* picture. No 15,000 layers needed.

    tell that to all the artists in the world. No need to paint anything...we gots cameras now.

    Photorealists who do the same thing with oil paint also take about a year to do the same basic thing, but computer free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsel
    tell that to all the artists in the world. No need to paint anything...we gots cameras now.

    Photorealists who do the same thing with oil paint also take about a year to do the same basic thing, but computer free.
    *click* picture.
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    It doesn't seem that impressive to me. I know it was hard to do, but you don't really feel that when you look at it. Maybe I have to see the full version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MasiveMunkey
    It doesn't seem that impressive to me. I know it was hard to do, but you don't really feel that when you look at it. Maybe I have to see the full version.
    I was think the same thing. I guess it is because I don't understand the medium too well.

    As soon as I realized, that dude had to use his mind to create the art and then transfer that to his medium (photoshop) just like a painter uses paint. Wow.
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    Thats sweet! I get off of that el stop every day for work. I will now look at it in a whole new light. Thanks for the link.
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    Wow.
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    wow what a complete waist of time. i could have done that in 1 second with my camera

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    I think what makes it so amazing is when you look at the zoomed in sections of it. Like the detail on the train, or the rust on the fence. Those are all details that from the full picture, you can't even see. But in a digital format, being able to zoom in to that level of detail couldn't be done with a digital camera image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racenut3.0
    I think what makes it so amazing is when you look at the zoomed in sections of it. Like the detail on the train, or the rust on the fence. Those are all details that from the full picture, you can't even see. But in a digital format, being able to zoom in to that level of detail couldn't be done with a digital camera image.

    Yes it can, but I don't see how that changes anything. You can't compare this to a photograph. It isn't.
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    That is amazing. Those of use who photoshop know how to admire it. 15,000.
    I can't even imagine doing something of that nature.
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    THats amazing, I would love to see the full size printed image in person. Thats HUGE!!

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    And to all you naysayers....

    This isnt a 3d Rendering, this is a high resolution 2d image created from scratch.

    And the "i could take a picture like that" is silly.

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    its simply amazing. If i could do that work in illustrator i would be getting paid so freaking much... on your resume its like here is a sample of my work, WOW who wouldn't higher you in the graphic design industry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumbo

    And the "i could take a picture like that" is silly.


    ooo realllly

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