Is the stork really in danger of losing his job to a drone? How can an elephant ride a mid-air unicycle?
In stock photographer John Lund‘s world, all of these scenarios can become a reality by compositing images in Photoshop. Lund, known for his conceptual imagery, will speak at the American Photographic Artists (APA) San Francisco Creative Professional Series on Feb. 19, 2015, at the SF Apple Store (upstairs), One Stockton Street, from 7-8 p.m. The event is free and space is limited.
As APA SF describes:
John has been shooting professionally since 1976, using Photoshop since 1990, digital capture since 1994, and shooting stock since way back in 1989. He is a co-founder of the stock photography agency Blend Images and is a former Photoshop editor for both PICTURE magazine and DIGITAL IMAGING magazine. John’s work has won awards including the CA Photography Annual and the PDN Annual. He has been featured in Design Graphics, MacWorld, Computer Artist, Professional Photographer, Popular Photography, and Photo District News. His work has graced the covers of countless magazines including Time and Newsweek. John has taught seminars and workshops including the Santa Fe Workshops and Photo Plus. He has written articles on photography, digital imaging, and stock photography, and his book, Photoshop Compositing With John Lund was published by Peach Pit Press. John currently works, and blogs, out of his photography studio in Sausalito, California.