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Omar Brunt

Omar is a conceptual photo designer. Developing concepts for clients is a creative stimulus. By dealing with photography and imaging in an innovative manner often hyper-realistic images are created with a distinctive style.

Early 2013 he bought his first SLR camera, in his own words “In order to make better pictures.”. Not long after he took a workshop flash technique and from that moment there was no going back. Driven by the desire to learn Omar dived into the world of photography and Photoshop. The first collage (composition) in Photoshop won a camera in a design competition. It asked for a sequel, and short time after a place on the cover of a leading photography magazine was a fact. There were many requests and he has since worked as a freelance photographer and designer.

I like to create images that no one else thinks of. Why do ordinary pictures when you can create anything you like? I like to wander off the beaten track. Preferably no cliche imagery, let’s keep it original. It probably won’t be a big surprise that all kinds of digital tools are involved, Photoshop being probably the most prominent one. But, as every serious photographer knows, Photoshop won’t save a bad picture. Here, we don’t like bad pictures, we like “better pictures”.



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My work experience

  • Photography 70%

  • Retouching 90%

  • Bring inspiration 70%

  • Design 80%

  • Workshops 20%

Why Choose Me?

Client briefs us...

...of what they want and need. Timeline is setup.

The research.

We're gathering all resources for the project.

After we ....

... gather the facts, we brainstorm to find the big idea.

Production ...

... starts when we execute the approved idea.

The delivery.

Done! Party and celebrate.

We take time to investigate what the desired result is. You get the confidence of multiple checkpoints along the timeline to inspect if it's still what you had in mind.

... and 200% effort. I want to be proud on every project I do, no matter how small and tiny it may be.


Developing a good concept can bring photography to another level. It can help to convey a message with those viewing the image.


I strongly believe that a picture should have some kind of impact. If you capture a moment in time then that moment should tell the story of why it was captured.


Pixel perfect manipulations will take care of the end result. Colleagues often have to ask if it is actually manipulated. We'll do our best to produce a very convincing end-result.