50 Fresh Flicks: Stunning Post-Production Digital Editing by Christophe Huet

This article was posted by Rise4Art 2 years, 2 months, 1 week, 16 hours, 10 minutes ago.

Writers are often quite familiar with sight of homelessness after a couple nights wandering the streets looking for spots. Often times they have a withstanding ephemerality that sets in overtime. Check out this amazing series and more from Christophe Huet and co.

French advertising post-production photo editor Christophe Heut has made many striking and flawless digitally edited images. Widely regarded in the field as one of the top photo retouching wizards, it is difficult to tell which images were created for their own purposes, and which for advertising campaigns. Huet worked with photographer Dimitri Daniloff from 2000-2005, then went on to found his own studio, Asile, in Paris. With a portfolio that includes a little something for everyone, whether or not he creates the concepts for all the images, every work he takes on is conceptually strong. Taken out of the context of advertising there are surprising and humorous implicit social commentary.

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Christophe Huet,
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Dimitri Daniloff,
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