Greetings from the Dallas Convention Center (we open the doors for my Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it tour here in 20 minutes, so I’m just catching up on stuff). My buddy Ken Toney sent me this video clip this morning, and after watching 60-seconds of it, I knew I had to share it here. Thanks Ken!

Hope you all enjoy it, and here’s wishing you the best Tuesday you’ve had so far this year. :)

About The Author

Scott is a Photographer, bestselling Author, Host of "The Grid" weekly photography show; Editor of Photoshop User magazine; Lightroom Guy; CEO; struggling guitarist. Loves Classic Rock and his arch-enemy is Cilantro. Devoted husband, dad to two super awesome kids, and pro-level babysitter to two crazy doggos.


  1. Nice creativity. I looked at it several times. Thanks for posting Scott!

  2. Impressive sequence of stunning photos! The guy is pretty creative! This is taking wedding photography to the next level!!

  3. Holy Crap!! This guy is insane! Lets get him to PS World please so he can show us how!!!!! Unbelievable images!!!!

  4. Thanks Scott, my photo friend and cohort Ed Overstreet brought it to my attention, this guy has some CAKB photo/photoshop skills!

  5. It looks hokey to me. 

  6. Thanks for pointing this out, Scott!
    We’ve retweeted this post to our community members on our Time Lapse Italia website: thanks from all of us!

    Marco – Founder of the Time Lapse Italia project

  7. Stunning! Thanks for sharing.

  8. Some stunning images, but just a few that were a little too overworked with Post and had a bit of a demonic look to them.  

  9. Some I love a lot, some not so much.  No doubt he has mad skills! 

  10. Great stuff. Nice choice with the music.

  11. Very creative and artistic..with great story lines in the photos…that is what I liked most about them…

    Thank you for sharing…it refreshes my motivation for the style of photography that I loved and wanted to “focus” on…

    • I would like to add to what some are saying about his skills….I think what is most defining of this photographer is his vision…anyone can learn skills with Photoshop…thanks to Scott..:)

  12. Wow, speaking of a unique style and vision, this is a prime example!

  13. HDR weddings? This is a good thing?

  14. Own style but too synthetic at all.

  15. I like this style but I’m not sure it is well suited for wedding imagery. It is my fear that 25 years from now people looking back at these style images will be saying…….yikes, it’s so very 2010 – 2012!!!!  This effect is cool, fresh and creative but will it stand the test of time? For me, a great wedding image should be timeless.

  16. Hello !! you do not want your wedding images to be the same as every one else’s. great images…I think theses images will stand the test of time.   thanks Scott for posting…great inspiration

  17. Any one else having viewing problems with Bill Frakes new class. Everything else plays.

  18. He’s taken this to the next level and I don’t even have a ladderr that reaches that high.

  19. I think these are unique and absolutely fabulous. Any
    negative comments are probably from people who didn’t think of this style
    first. I was truly inspired.

  20. These images are breathtaking. Sergie Ivanov is to be appreciated for his keen understanding of his subject, his superb photographic skills, and his high level of creativity both within the camera and in post. My only “disappointment” is that each image was not on screen long enough for me to fully savor the beauty! Thanks for sharing Scott.

  21. Very cool montage, Scott! Although the picture of the guy with the disembodied hands creeped me out…. :-)
    And thanks to Ken for passing this along to you to share with us. He’s definitely CAKB!


  22. Daring and creative – I like it!

  23. For some more Photoshopped Russian weddings have a look at these bizarre images.

  24. Wow….simply amazing.  Thanks for sharing!

  25. AWESOME PICS ! Love it!

  26. Sergey Ivanov the best the Ukrainian photographer.

  27. Homeboy is fresh!!

  28. All you “photogs” that don’t see this as a way to learn to see are probably”pros”that have your magic formula of a dozen shots you do over and over and will never change… keep up the mediocre work.

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