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Illustration or photography?

New article posted: Illustration or photography?
Nikon D3200, Wacom tablet, pen and paper
Posted: 04/03/2013, 12:01:11 PM
I prefer photography. Your images are amazing.
and equipment: - Nikkor 70-300 mm - Nikkor 18-105 mm...
Posted: 04/03/2013, 12:15:21 PM
I am a photographer.. but I am also a fine art artist. I have yet to have my paintings accepted here, but I am ready to try again. I love your work! you have a very unique portfolio
Nikon D70 and nikon 5100 Nikon d500
Posted: 1 minute ago
Amazing images!Thank you for sharing!I think who knows how to make quality illustrations definitely has been more successful in sales than the photographs!Congratulations!
Posted: 1 minute ago
Very cool. :-)
Powershot SX50 HS Photoshop Elements 11...
Posted: 1 minute ago
Firstly, both your photos and illustrations are amazing and I like them. And your 'hoto-manipulations', as well :) As for your question - I have feeling that is similar to yours: something in between, fifty/fifty. Given that images are done perfectly well.
7d + lenses: Canon EF-S 15-85mm/3.5-5.6 IS USM & EF 100mm/2.8 USM Mac...
Posted: 1 minute ago
Your leaf tie is remarkable...I hope you do well with your work..I will lean towards illustrations.
I use Inkscape, Corel Painter and Clip Studio Paint for my illustratio...
Posted: 1 minute ago
I guess here in stock photography, any manipulation make sense. The target of your pictures are mostly professional graphic people and designers and they do not care the purity of the proces but suitability of the picture to fullfill their need.
Canon EOS 5D MarkII, canon EOS 5D, canon lenses 24-70, 100-400, 70-200
Posted: 04/04/2013, 01:11:57 AM
I prefer to realize photography, but in many cases I am attracted to those graphic elaborations that can transform and improve a photo in those aspects that could hardly be captured by the simple use of the camera. Your portfolio is fantastic! I have already noted it before.
Mirrorless Fujifilm X-T10 Gimp 2.6 Adobe Photoshop
Posted: 04/04/2013, 10:17:08 AM
I love your leaf-tie. I have noticed it before. I think the in-between is very good.
Nikon D3100, Inkscape, Imagination, Hands
Posted: 04/04/2013, 11:12:33 AM
ideas, creativity and technique, this is the key in the microstock world. Congratulations work done really excellent and so creative!
Canon mk III, studio equipment
Posted: 04/05/2013, 07:09:32 AM
Thank you all very much! You are so kind:) I also believe that the suitability of the picture matters most, regardless of the creation process method.
Nikon D3200, Wacom tablet, pen and paper
Posted: 04/05/2013, 10:33:02 AM
No wonder two of them got so many downloads. They are perfect for so many purposes! :)
I like doing the same thing, combining bits and pieces from different photos. But I'm not that good. Not yet.
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Posted: 04/06/2013, 06:58:41 AM
I do a little of all three (illustrations, mix, photographs) but I am just a beginner. However, they seem to all sell equally so far. I guess its like Midou3 said, "suitability of the picture to fullfill the buyers need."
Nikon Equipment, Nikon Lenses, Professional Photo Software
Posted: 1 minute ago
Always an interesting question. There is a distinct difference. I am very old school professional photography and stick with it. I tried this illustration stuff but just got tired of basically messing with my work which sells very well as it is. However, as your work shows, the results of messing around with images pays off for some and the results are quite stunning. For me to do it now you'd have to glue me down in front of my computer.
Using Canon 7D Canon 70-200mm f4.
Posted: 1 minute ago
It's always a good question! I'm an illustrator and I create only illustration, but the world around me is full of photographs, so I think they sell better than illustration!
Inkscape, gimp and other softwares
Posted: 04/29/2013, 12:53:31 PM