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Here was a story that ran on BNET about IBM an Microsoft slugging it out over the next frontier in computing market share — the cloud. Each company had deep pockets and resources to woo new customers. The image had […]
For a piece detailing the retailer’s woe’s, the idea was to find an exterior shot and then build a storm around it. I was able to find a shot of a shiny new Walmart, lit up at night. The problem […]
When Blockbuster filed for chapter 11, it sent a chill to a lot of investors. Here was a business that was red hot only a few years ago. Along with Borders, this was another failure of a superstore, which had […]
As part of our roundup of Business blunders of the year for BNET, one of the stories was about BP’s ham-handed response to the Deepwater Horizion spill in the Gulf of Mexico. In the early days of the accident, then-CEO […]
As part of its automotive beat, BNET regularly ran a stories about breakthoughs in the auto industry, and the marketing changes that occur as cars evolve. This was a story about a model that was made by a company called […]
For a piece on income inequality, these simple elements come together to make a powerful image. A seamless pattern of $100 bills make the perfect backdrop.
Creating a credible flame requires the background to be much darker than the flame, or even black to achieve the glow. It must appear to be the brightest spot on the canvas. This piece was done as a front of […]
One of Fortune’s front of book stories was about a company that blew through wads of cash at alarming rates. Using a stock shot of a fan, the motion blur filter from Photoshop mixed with images of floating hundreds, the […]
If you are unfamiliar with the process, this from Wikipedia: “Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design, which can produce patterns similar to smooth marble or other stone. The patterns are the result of color floated on either […]
A story for Fortune dealt with water as the next hot commodity. The idea was to make a set of initial caps that looked like they were under a drop of water. They were used as accents in the story.