Our Own Original DigitalArt

Over the years we have developed a means of taking our original photos and altering them digitally to give them an entirely different perspective. By the time we finish each one, they seem to take on the look of what you might expect from an eye-catching watercolour hanging on a wall. All work on this website and associated social media pages are original works of DigitalArt by Trevor Barre, and are copyright, all rights reserved, and protected by Australian and international copyright laws.
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WILDLIFE AS ART. http://www.liveeachadventure.com/our-own-original-digitalart-images/

WILDLIFE AS ART. http://www.liveeachadventure.com/our-own-original-digitalart-images/

MONSTER FROM THE DEEP. http://www.liveeachadventure.com/our-own-original-digitalart-images/

MONSTER FROM THE DEEP. http://www.liveeachadventure.com/our-own-original-digitalart-images/

SUNSET FISHERS. http://www.liveeachadventure.com/our-own-original-digitalart-images/

SUNSET FISHERS. http://www.liveeachadventure.com/our-own-original-digitalart-images/

This week's DigitalArt image is a reminder that while we may not all be able to travel around the world at will, there is a wealth of travel stories and literature at our fingertips. All we need do is turn the page and jump right in. So keep reading to find out how we compiled this week's image for you.

This week's DigitalArt image is a reminder that while we may not all be able to travel around the world at will, there is a wealth of travel stories and literature at our fingertips. All we need do is turn the page and jump right in. So keep reading to find out how we compiled this week's image for you.

This week's DigitalArt image comes about after we took a photo of an Australian Magpie when he visited our garden recently. Unfortunately while we loved the photo of the bird, the background was disappointing, and so once again we turned to Photoshop. Keep reading to find out what we did.

This week's DigitalArt image comes about after we took a photo of an Australian Magpie when he visited our garden recently. Unfortunately while we loved the photo of the bird, the background was disappointing, and so once again we turned to Photoshop. Keep reading to find out what we did.

This weeks DigitalArt image recalls the days of The Untouchables, a real-life elite law enforcement team on a never-ending battle against organised crime in 1930's Chicago. It was made into a television series of the 1960's, in which Robert Stack starred as lead Special Agent Eliot Ness. Keep reading to find out more about our image and how it was made.

This weeks DigitalArt image recalls the days of The Untouchables, a real-life elite law enforcement team on a never-ending battle against organised crime in 1930's Chicago. It was made into a television series of the 1960's, in which Robert Stack starred as lead Special Agent Eliot Ness. Keep reading to find out more about our image and how it was made.

This week's DigitalArt image came about after watching the news one night and seeing all the bad news that modern technology had brought about or enabled. And while we have no illusions about the 'good old days' being perfect, it did get us thinking about the type of lifestyle our parents and grandparents enjoyed without TV, the Internet, smartphones, and immediate access to takeaway food, 24 hour services, and ATM's. So keep reading to find out more about this image and how ...

This week's DigitalArt image came about after watching the news one night and seeing all the bad news that modern technology had brought about or enabled. And while we have no illusions about the 'good old days' being perfect, it did get us thinking about the type of lifestyle our parents and grandparents enjoyed without TV, the Internet, smartphones, and immediate access to takeaway food, 24 hour services, and ATM's. So keep reading to find out more about this image and how ...

Adventures in America - DigitatArt

Adventures in America - DigitatArt

Today's DigitalArt was a play at attempting to create a humanoid-type creature as seen at the 'Game of Thrones' television series. The White Walkers in the show are believed to be an otherworldly ancient race of ice creatures originating from the far north of Westeros. We hope you can take the time to enjoy our image and leave us your thoughts afterwards.

Today's DigitalArt was a play at attempting to create a humanoid-type creature as seen at the 'Game of Thrones' television series. The White Walkers in the show are believed to be an otherworldly ancient race of ice creatures originating from the far north of Westeros. We hope you can take the time to enjoy our image and leave us your thoughts afterwards.

Today's DigitalArt image remembers the classic 1993 science fiction action movie of the same name starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock. Keep reading to find out more about the image, and why it was created.

Today's DigitalArt image remembers the classic 1993 science fiction action movie of the same name starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock. Keep reading to find out more about the image, and why it was created.

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