Posts Tagged ‘inreallife’

‘Project: Emoji’ Brings Emojis Into the Real World Through Clever Photography and Photoshopping

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This summer, photographer Joshua Chang started a humorous little series that brings emojis IRL (into real life) through composited and Photoshopped photographs. It’s appropriately titled Project: Emoji and although he never meant for it to be a portfolio project, the positive feedback he immediately received from it was enough to convince him otherwise.

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Artist Brings Instagram Into the Real World by Putting Up Cardboard Instagram Frames

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If you’re already of the opinion that Instagram has infiltrated too much of your life, we suggest you stay away from London for a little bit, because Brazilian artist Bruno Ribeiro is bringing the familiar filtered frames into the real world with his project Real Life Instagram. Read more…

The Monopoly Properties Photographed in Real Life

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Did you know that all of the properties in the Monopoly board game, from Baltic to Boardwalk, were named after real streets in Atlantic City, New Jersey? The names have been used since the 1930s, and a recent fit of curiosity mixed with nostalgia sent Nick Carr of Scouting NY out into the world to photograph these properties in real life. Read more…

Short Documentary Follows the Real Life Adventures of the Instagram Community

Instagram is a lot of things: a photography app, a social network, a way to express yourself and a cause for headaches for the photographers who aren’t trilled by the concept. For the most adamant of Instagram users, however, Instagram is a community.

And it’s that community that filmmaker Paul Tellefsen sought to connect with when he chose to create the above short documentary Instagram is. Read more…

Woman Aims to Meet and Photograph Her 626 Facebook Friends in Real Life

After amassing 626 friends on Facebook two years ago, Tanja Hollander began to wonder how many of them were actually friends in the conventional sense. She then set out to answer the question by meeting each one of them and photographing them in their homes. The portraits are published on a website set up for the project, titled The Facebook Portrait Project, and each photo includes some information about the subject and their relationship to Hollander.
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Adobe Photoshop Workspace in Real Life

Maybe this is what “Photoshop” would be like if computers had never been invented. This workspace has it all — tools, rulers, layers, etc… These are probably the tools the “I Have PSD” guy uses.

(via Photojojo)


Update: For those of you who don’t believe this is a photograph (or who want to see it larger), here’s a higher resolution version.


Image credit: Photograph by Anton Ismael for Bates141 Jakarta