I took my son to the local Sky Zone – an indoor trampoline park. Of course I took photos of him jumping. There was this one photo that he appeared to get a good amount of air, while his legs were up in an Spider-Man-like pose that I absolutely loved. 112 more words
For this project, we created composite images. This was done by taking two photographs, editing them separately, then combining them in Adobe Photoshop. The trick was editing the images together so the final image didn’t look Photoshopped. 113 more words
This image was made as a composite of two aerial photographs: 1954 and 2000. The later image show remarkable clarity of the reef system. The harbor, resorts and miscellaneous structure after 1956 were masked out.
There is a tradition of manipulation in imagery that goes back as far as the beginning of photography. Hippolyte Bayard produced one of the first known photographs that used manipulation to tell a story. 594 more words
The creature composite assignment was a project that I not only enjoyed but that taught me a lot about layers and Photoshop adjustments. The athlete that I chose to use was Michael Phelps. 200 more words