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Photographer
FJR Photography
Posts: 6,619
Pekin, Indiana, US


PLEASE READ RULES BEFORE YOU ENTER .
New Hours of Operation: 12pm MM Time - 12pm MM Time. MON-WED-FRI!

Voting does not start until: 6pm MM Time. EACH CONTEST DAY!

The winner for yesterday was  NO CONTEST .   Congratulations!





PLEASE READ RULES BEFORE YOU ENTER .

IMPORTANT: RULES

1. One entry per person per day.
2. One vote per person per day.
3. No bumping your entry.
4. No vote stacking or asking for other MM members to vote for you.
5. Voting starts at 6 pm (after 11 am)the day of contest ,it closes at 11 am the following day when it ends voting ends .(MM time.) However entries start as soon as post is up.
6. No voting for an image you participated in creating.
7. To vote, quote the entry you wish to vote for and type "Vote".
8. Mature 18 + images are allowed but must contain a link and not the actual image posted.
9. Photo Artwork must be digital art.
10. Unlike some contests you may post a story to go along with your work.
11. If you enter, you are expected to vote. It's common courtesy!
12. No re-entering a picture that has already won.
13. You must post with your entry what medium (software used) and how you processed the artwork(example : Photo, new background, Painted etc or Oil painted, photoshop etc...) If you do not post how you processed it (steps taken) and the medium, you will be disqualified.
14. Must include actual PHOTO of person that YOU participated in created (as  photographer or digital artist ).  No 3d characters as main focus.


THE EXPLANATION OF HOW THE IMAGE IS PROCESSED IS A VITAL PART OF THIS CONTEST.

ACCEPTED ENTRIES:

1. Photomanipulation (ie. Changed as if adding object, extracting, new background, elements etc.) Describe in detail.

2. Painting Digitally(oil or anything else.)

3 . A photo that has the same elements but is then rendered into a different photo, for example adding a third person, a castle and changing colors and hand painting it.

4. Drawing in photoshop, painter etc...Describe in detail.

NOT ACCEPTED ENTRIES:

1. Photos right out of camera.

2. Photos only changed in color, saturation or corrections.

3. Retouches (skin changes, smoothing and blurring, removel of blemishes and changing the overall color of background, clothes
etc....)

4. Simple copy and paste onto background.

5.  Images created using copyrighted imagery from another individual, company, etc.  No game screen shots.

Please follow these. If anyone submits images that are violating the rules we will disqualify it from the contest.

Thanks very much and continue creating.

Vote and by all means, have fun!

Themes: 
Today: Holiday

Fri   12/28   Demons
Fri   1/4       Winter
Fri   1/11     Fae
Fri   1/18     Future
Fri   1/25     Past


CONTEST RUNS FROM 12PM MM TIME TO 12PM MM TIME MON, WED AND FRI.!
VOTING STARTS AT 6pm MM TIME.
Voter's Clock here http://www.griffinbikini.com/mm/mmtime.html , provided by Ellen Griffin Photos.


Digital Art of The Day Contest is managed by FJR Photography

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110420/08/4daf015208b7d.jpg
Dec 25 12 03:48 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FJR Photography
Posts: 6,619
Pekin, Indiana, US


Open for entries
Dec 25 12 03:49 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
DaveDavis
Posts: 7,169
Roseville, California, US


Titled: Mother Nature.
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/080607/12/484ab2ddf3267.jpg
I used several scans of slides taken in Europe, from my youth, to complete this composite. The model; Rachael Anastelli, was shot on park bench in San Francisco, cut out and  placed into the composite. The waterfall was painted by hand in CS4.
Dec 26 12 09:30 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Martin Schiff Photo
Posts: 3,529
Maitland, Florida, US


http://www.pbase.com/mschiff/image/145032604/original.jpg

Hawaii backdrop was taken as a 6 image panorama. Image of Jay-T was taken in my studio on a gray backdrop. Both images were adjusted in LR4 and PS CS6 and combined.
Dec 26 12 12:58 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Gloria Budiman
Posts: 1,683
Beijing, Beijing, China


http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121207/20/50c2c1d7d02d8.jpg
Auditorium shoot, cleaned background (light spills), wings and feathers (and the shadow too) brushed and partially drawn.
Dec 26 12 01:15 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Rick Dupuis Photography
Posts: 6,822
Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada


http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110405/16/4d9ba673bc892.jpg
This my "What if Darwin found something else...." image. The two female models were shot in chromakey about a year apart. I'm the 'scientist' and I shot myself holding my fingers apart in front of the candle, which gave a nice glow to the inside of my hand. No flash was used. The only light was the available light from the candle and oil lamp. The pen, stamp etc were added in post as well as the tails. The egg was done as a separate photo and added later. That egg was the toughest  part of the entire image.
Dec 26 12 02:45 pm  Link  Quote 
Retoucher
Portland Retouch
Posts: 615
Portland, Oregon, US


http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/111109/17/4ebb2657d459e.jpg
Dec 26 12 03:20 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
FJR Photography
Posts: 6,619
Pekin, Indiana, US


voting is open
Dec 26 12 04:49 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Rick Dupuis Photography
Posts: 6,822
Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada


Martin Schiff Photo wrote:
http://www.pbase.com/mschiff/image/145032604/original.jpg

Hawaii backdrop was taken as a 6 image panorama. Image of Jay-T was taken in my studio on a gray backdrop. Both images were adjusted in LR4 and PS CS6 and combined.

vote

Dec 26 12 05:07 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
imagesbymagic
Posts: 2,546
Manteca, California, US


Rick Dupuis Photography wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110405/16/4d9ba673bc892.jpg
This my "What if Darwin found something else...." image. The two female models were shot in chromakey about a year apart. I'm the 'scientist' and I shot myself holding my fingers apart in front of the candle, which gave a nice glow to the inside of my hand. No flash was used. The only light was the available light from the candle and oil lamp. The pen, stamp etc were added in post as well as the tails. The egg was done as a separate photo and added later. That egg was the toughest  part of the entire image.

Vote

Dec 26 12 07:08 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
DaveDavis
Posts: 7,169
Roseville, California, US


Gloria Budiman wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121207/20/50c2c1d7d02d8.jpg
Auditorium shoot, cleaned background (light spills), wings and feathers (and the shadow too) brushed and partially drawn.

Vote

Dec 26 12 07:29 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
John Carrasco
Posts: 6,596
San Francisco, California, US


Rick Dupuis Photography wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110405/16/4d9ba673bc892.jpg
This my "What if Darwin found something else...." image. The two female models were shot in chromakey about a year apart. I'm the 'scientist' and I shot myself holding my fingers apart in front of the candle, which gave a nice glow to the inside of my hand. No flash was used. The only light was the available light from the candle and oil lamp. The pen, stamp etc were added in post as well as the tails. The egg was done as a separate photo and added later. That egg was the toughest  part of the entire image.

V O T E .

Dec 26 12 08:59 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Gloria Budiman
Posts: 1,683
Beijing, Beijing, China


Portland Retouch wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/111109/17/4ebb2657d459e.jpg

VOTE

Dec 26 12 09:13 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Martin Schiff Photo
Posts: 3,529
Maitland, Florida, US


Rick Dupuis Photography wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110405/16/4d9ba673bc892.jpg
This my "What if Darwin found something else...." image. The two female models were shot in chromakey about a year apart. I'm the 'scientist' and I shot myself holding my fingers apart in front of the candle, which gave a nice glow to the inside of my hand. No flash was used. The only light was the available light from the candle and oil lamp. The pen, stamp etc were added in post as well as the tails. The egg was done as a separate photo and added later. That egg was the toughest  part of the entire image.

vote

Dec 26 12 09:56 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Alan Pedroso
Posts: 8,158
Miami, Florida, US


Rick Dupuis Photography wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110405/16/4d9ba673bc892.jpg
This my "What if Darwin found something else...." image. The two female models were shot in chromakey about a year apart. I'm the 'scientist' and I shot myself holding my fingers apart in front of the candle, which gave a nice glow to the inside of my hand. No flash was used. The only light was the available light from the candle and oil lamp. The pen, stamp etc were added in post as well as the tails. The egg was done as a separate photo and added later. That egg was the toughest  part of the entire image.

VOTE

Dec 27 12 09:15 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Rob Barbery Photography
Posts: 960
Clovis, California, US


Martin Schiff Photo wrote:
http://www.pbase.com/mschiff/image/145032604/original.jpg

Hawaii backdrop was taken as a 6 image panorama. Image of Jay-T was taken in my studio on a gray backdrop. Both images were adjusted in LR4 and PS CS6 and combined.

VOTE

Dec 27 12 06:24 pm  Link  Quote 
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