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Creative
I created this image to remind us of the consequences of our actions if we continue to take our precious environment for granted.

The location chosen is Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, a city free from catastrophic disaster. That is until Mother Nature turns back on us.

We can keep running from what we have done but this is infinite future chaos!

Thanks to Rikki & Jess for being models.

You can see the before and after shots here

Technical
The background was shot in 3 sections and stitched together in Photoshop CS3. Various parts from extra shots were used i.e. The Seven sign and text from another shot I took. I also cloned out people and objects as well as added elements to create this scene.

The background, clouds, Rikki and Jess were shot separately on an old but trusty Canon 10D in RAW mode. Other images were sourced online and manipulated beyond original recognition. Once I had all the elements I needed I composited it all together in Photoshop CS3.<p>

I had to create some elements such as texture, debris, snapped cables and smoke from scratch using the good old airbrush and pen tools with various brushes all made easier with a A4 Wacom tablet but found that the mouse was sometimes better for other tasks. A lot of masking, deep etching, cloning, dodging and burning went into making this image what it is. Once complete I colour graded it to give it a real sense of drama and darkness.

Tags

chaos, city, destruction, dirt, distress, finders, future, global, grunge, havoc, infinite, melbourne, photoshopcreative07, storm, street, texture, urban, warming

Comments

  • davecurtain
    davecurtainalmost 7 years ago

    this is wild

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovalmost 7 years ago

    huh , it’s dark future !

  • Paul Tremble
    Paul Tremblealmost 7 years ago

    Brilliant

  • Roddy Atkinson
    Roddy Atkinsonalmost 7 years ago

    Awesome picture, very well done!

  • Kev Benge
    Kev Bengealmost 7 years ago

    Cool idea. And go the flinders st steps!

  • Danny
    Dannyalmost 7 years ago

    Yippee Shit
    this is wild
    Fantastic artwork

  • Steven  Agius
    Steven Agiusalmost 7 years ago

    Awesome image, very well created, well done.

  • Diana Ostrat
    Diana Ostratalmost 7 years ago

    Dark, horrific, awesome. :)

  • Paul Louis Villani
    Paul Louis Vil...almost 7 years ago

    Stunning! Massive visual impact! Great work Enrico! :D

  • RosePhotography
    RosePhotographyalmost 7 years ago

    Scary, but possible.

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