One of my clients, the sculptor, photographer, and artist Roger Arvid Anderson, had a fun reason to add text to his website recently.
Visitors to his site who were reading a proposal for a Star Spangled photo exhibition were contacting him saying that they liked the photos of his show.
The mock-ups that seemed to show visitors strolling through galleries of Roger’s photographs were being mistaken for actual photos. So, Roger asked me to add a disclaimer under the first of these Photoshopped pictures to say that the images were digitally manipulated. Check out all the photos yourself!
Nice to have to such quality work on his site that we needed words to tell people that what their eyes were seeing wasn’t real.
Roger is an art photographer who still uses black and white film. He relied on photographer David Wilson to digitally create such a realistic gallery. I have worked with David for a couple of clients, and always appreciate his clear, interesting images. I recommend him whenever you need a professional to capture (or create!) a perfect image.