One of my best friends (not to mention a fellow photographer) Harley is at Microsoft’s Professional Developers’ Conference this week in California. While there, he spotted a mock movie poster advertising for one of the conference sessions. He immediately recognized the image that was used for the poster as one of mine since, after all, it was his own hand coming out of the computer screen.
Take a good look at how they altered my original capture. This is another example of how a designer will use a stock image as a starting point and then edit it further to fit their project’s specific needs.
Thanks Harley for sharing this with me.