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No Flash Photography, Please.

  • by RoDaSho
  • posted Jun 20, 2010
  • 30 Comments

In theme with my other design (www.bit.ly/flashography) in the lighted environments it's just a whole bunch of cameras. In the dark, however, every camera fires its flash.


The design uses Super Glow ink to have the flash glow in the dark, but remain invisible and transparent in the light.


I was inspired by the many photos of cameras on Shutterstock. The colours have a retro feel to them and the flashes are halftone patterns. I tried to get as many different types of flashes and cameras throughout history.


This all would have been easier to do with a Wacom tablet... so I hope I win!

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RoDaSho
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In theme with my other design (www.bit.ly/flashography) in the lighted environments it's just a whole bunch of cameras. In the dark, however, every camera fires its flash.

The design uses Super Glow ink to have the flash glow in the dark, but remain invisible and transparent in the light.

I was inspired by the many photos of cameras on Shutterstock. The colours have a retro feel to them and the flashes are halftone patterns. I tried to get as many different types of flashes and cameras throughout history.

This all would have been easier to do with a Wacom tablet... so I hope I win!

RoDaSho
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Paparazzi was the original name for the shirt ;-)

Kang Sufa

beau]tiful..

walkin01

flashography, flashography, talk that sexy talk to me.

YaaH
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5

dozingRORO

interesting tee!!

v_calahan
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cool idea!

Tikimasters
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Great composition, I love this one :)

hilaryleung

Ha ha! Cute title! Clever concept!

egirl9

nice

makatha

very nice $5

Shaloyou

very good idea!!!!

mshos

very interesting. 5+++

a.d.17
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cool

wheeopo

Very cool; the idea of having the flashes is great. This is one of my favorite entries for the Shutterstock competition.

FRICKINAWESOME
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Cool glow idea, looks really swell with all the elements creating a crowded yet colorful and fun design. Maybe make the flashes uv instead of glow?

papercliche

Sweet concept. I love the paparazzi feeling, and of course the flashes-- awesome. I think it could also work on a charcoal or purple heathered shirt to make the flashes really pop. 5$

RoDaSho
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Thanks for all the comments and votes!

@FRICKINAWESOME I was thinking of making it with UV ink, but you don't need a flash in the outdoors so I stuck with glow ink.

@papercliche according to Threadless documentation, the glow ink pops more on light t-shirts, but i am definitely open t o other colours.

dfurman

nice idea!

RoDaSho
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Thank you all for your votes! This was my highest scoring submission so far!

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