Protomesh HDR Photography Gets Up-Close and a Little Too Personal

By: Ryan Hinkson - Published: Aug 19, 2010   Updated: Jun 7 2011 • References: & designyoutrust
I never thought seeing an up-close portrait of someone with bad skin, stained teeth and greasy hair would bring a smile to my face. Well, this set of Protomesh HDR photography has done the impossible.

The extreme close-up shots feature a bunch of not-too-flattering mugs. Thankfully, this Protomesh HDR photo series was done all in fun. I can see why some TV starlets fear hi-definition!

Implications - In a world where technology enables consumers to see even the most faraway images up close and personal, artwork that is extremely detailed and adapts to this same pattern is popular among buyers and art appreciators. Photography, videos and even paintings that display exceptional amounts of detail and definition to an almost hyperreal extent are a part of the digital movement. Stats for Extreme Hi-Def Art Trending: Older & Average
Research: 12,339 clicks in 301 w
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Concept: Protomesh HDR
Related: 107 examples / 82 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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