Image created in Photoshop, using my photo of a plain vanilla mouse.
Image entirely drawn in Photoshop, without any photographic elements.
This image of an Oscar was created entirely in 3D software. The Statuette is the copyrighted property of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
CGI image created in 3D software
This image of the author J.G.Ballard was made for The Telegraph Magazine colour supplement. Ballard's portrait was combined with a number of images of writhing naked bodies, using Adobe Photoshop.
We set light to half of Gloucestershire to create this image for a Robart Harris book cover, the water was added later in 3D imaging software.
Model Sophie Grey posed for the bottom half of this shot, and the mohican was provided by another model. The two images were joined in Photoshop.
We photographed a £20 note, and then created the atom effects in Adobe Photoshop software.
My assistant Silas had to run about with this ball-and-chain attached to his ankle to get this shot.
This is an ad for METACAM. It's a veterinary product that enables cats to catch frisbees in mid-air
We used Photoshop to make these dancers 'disappear'
Dice, suspended carefully on wires, with retouching in Photoshop to remove the supports later.
We did try to learn Origami to create this dollar weight-lifter, but I don't mind admitting that a 3D virtual weight-lifter was used to enhance the image.
Advertising for pharmaceutical product ENBREL
Model Phil Philmar wears a wasp outfit that was made by Sam Dightam. The image was used in advertising for ANTHISAN.
This Inflation gauge was made entirely in CGI virtual imaging software.
This jail cell image was mostly created in 3D imaging software for Centaur publications. The hands were added photographically.
We tied a knot in this petrol pump using 3D software in a Macintosh.
Adobe Photoshop was used to make this image
You're nicked mate.
The clouds really did look a bit like the Sistine chapel ceiling for a moment when I took this picture during a fashion shoot. I helped the effect somewhat using Adobe Photoshop.
We did get permission from NASA to make this cheeky addition to Neil Armstrong's iconic image; they agreed to categorise it as 'art usage'
Thanks to Scott Dyason at Pathfinder Ostrich Farm in Chesham, UK
Over and under the sea, composited from original images shot in Mexico.
Red hot money. Not much heat. Lots of Photoshop work.
It was hard work to find a sardine this fat.
We shot this picture just to show-off the system retouching we do. The model is Donald Standen.The manipulation was mostly done in Live Picture.
The Times Educational Supplement needed an image of a square tomato, we were happy to go shopping for one.
This young model had a beautifully calm face, and those grey eyes nature's own, no Photoshop. Make-up was by Sue Marshall. Shot with a Phaseone digital back on a Hasselblad.
This shot of Deborah Meaden was shot for her book COMMON SENSE RULES. She's not a dragon at all, she's a sweetie.
Frost grills Blair for Al Jazeera TV
Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller shot for the cover of their book: THE ARMSTRONG AND MILLER BOOK
Hugh Laurie and Stephen Fry. I nearly wet myself with laughing while taking their photo.
My hero and friend Ian Dury.
Richard Branson needs no introduction.
Cricketer Ian Botham
Writer Ben Elton
Alice Hart for BT Voice
Model, actress and singer Caprice Bourret.
Boxing manager and promoter Frank Warren.
So Graham Norton
Greta for The Alpha Course
Actress Patricia Routledge played Hyacinth Bucket in KEEPING UP APPEARANCES.
Ian Dury and Robbie Williams soliciting support for their UNICEF tour of Sri-Lanka, promoting polio immunisations.
Janet Ellis for Cardiozen
Barrister and author Constance Briscoe
John Humphrys for his book LOST FOR WORDS
news reporter John Simpson
Johnson Beharry, who was awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest military decoration for valour in the British armed forces, for twice saving members of his unit from ambushes in Iraq. He sustained serious head injuries in the latter engagement.
Judy Kramer, creator of the musical Mamma Mia
Yes, it is a composite image. I didn't fancy my chances of taking a picture of 11 babies at the same time without at least one of them yelling its head off.
Look at those teeth.
Kimberley Davies for Great Universal stores
Lidia with a pig
Mark Kermode, film critic and madman.
Actress Martine McHutcheon
From the cast of Men Behaving Badly; Neil Morrissey, Martin Clunes and Caroline Quentin.
Actor and legend Peter O'Toole.
MONTY PYTHON'S FLYING CIRCUS stars Terry Jones and Michael Palin.
Parkinson On Golf
Peter Jones from DRAGON'S DEN
Jake Tassell appears in this image as the princess. The frog played himself.
Richard E Grant, director of the movie Wah-wah
Actor Richard Wilson as Scrooge
Actor Shane Ritchie
Stephen Fry, actor and author.
This is my daughter Ruby. MEGA Magazine asked me to make an image for the cover of their 'Back-to-School' issue. They wanted a kid expressing frustration, so I asked Ruby if she could yell, and she gave me an instant demonstration that got her the job. Photoshop enlarged Ruby's mouth (a bit).
I SPECIALISE in photographs for book covers. I've shot THOUSANDS of book covers of every genre over a long career in publishing, so this is just a small selection...
The Movie 'The Social Network' was based on this book The Accidental Billionaires by Ben Mezrich