Richard Tuschman and Hopper Meditations

hopper_nighthawksSome of the most engaging paintings that have stuck with me from childhood have been those by Edward Hopper.  His “Nighthawks” was the first that I saw at about ten years of age, and is surely his most widely known.

Photographer Richard Tuschman uses Photoshop to create his “Hopper Meditations” as described here in an Adobe Inspire interview, combining live human models with tabletop dollhouse-size settings to achieve a a high degree of light control, among other results.  


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