First Showing in The Met

One of Warren Camp's four hundred fifty Scripture Pictures was displayed at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, in collaboration with Adobe Photoshop.

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Warren's "Rhino" creation makes it on Martha Stewart's decorative pillow collection

Warren was asked by Martha Stewart to create a "baby rhino and mother" picture for her to incorporate into her decorative line of decorative pillows, featuring a variety of cute animals and scenes.

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Leviticus 19:4 Seen on a SF Freeway Billboard

One of Warren's most downloaded Scripture Picture has been viewed by millions.

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My "Ephesians 6:13-17" Was Auctioned at Sotheby's

Aggressive bidding was done on one of my popular Scripture Picture creations.

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My First Showing in a Renowned New York Museum

Who'd have guessed that my initial e-ministry efforts — started twelve years ago — would eventually be realized at a special showing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan? [Not]

In truth, I collaborated with Adobe Photoshop to create a photo composite to highlight my special faux showing at The Met.

Basically, I started with my original Scripture Picture, which you can see here, that I designed and created in 2006. I found a different photo that I'd taken showing a university professor instructing his class in front of a blackboard. Using numerous Photoshop tools and techniques, I produced a realistic-looking composite, giving the illusion that my digital Scripture Picture production had been converted to a large, painted canvas, framed in a massive gold-painted frame and prominently displayed today on a wall in The Met where a docent discussed its qualities.

Click my image to open its hi-def, wallpaper-size version.

Note: I used a variety of Adobe Photoshop tools and filters to create this authentic-looking "Scripture Picture Displayed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art." See how I created this eye-catching illusion.     Details here