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  • The 3-D Digital World

    Athens-based artist Adam Martinakis explains how these images are composed -- through a 3-D software.
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  • The 3-D Digital World

    Everything is done in a computer, so it is digital and there is no trace of reality here except for when I print the actual images for exhibitions and sales.
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  • The 3-D Digital World

    I create a 3-D digital environment with models, materials, lighting design, setting up a camera, choosing the composition of the created world and shooting a photo of it, a process that is called rendering.
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  • The 3-D Digital World

    The final product is a normal digital photo file.
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  • The 3-D Digital World

    You could say that this is in a way an imitation of the real photography but inside a digital (fictional) world.
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  • The 3-D Digital World

    It is the same way in 3-D animation movies such as Shrek, but I serve the fine art side of it.
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  • The 3-D Digital World

    To see more of his 3-D digital work check out: http://adamakis.blogspot.com/
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