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Digital Photography and Design Spring 2013 Cassie Cowperthwaite
Mono with a Splash
Elements of Design Lines Shape/Form Space Value Color Texture
Positive and Negative Space
Principles of Design o Repetition/Pattern o Balance o Emphasis o Contrast o Movement o Unity
Snow Day Framing
Snow Day Space
About Ed Paschke Born in Chicago in 1939 Student at Art Institute of Chicago He lived in Chicago most of his life Loved cartoons as a child which influenced him to want to become a painter Father was created and inspired him as well Uses a lot of color and lines in paintings Mostly paints violence Paints for expression and abstraction
Ed Paschke Lots of Hue/Saturation Changes Level Changes Brightness Changes Artisitic Filters Posterize Added cheetah print on face Added zebra as background Desaturated Background Changed Opacity
Ed Paschke (Additional)
Obscuring the image
Surreal Research Surrealism developed after World War I (early 20 th century) and was inspired by the Dada movement. People started rebelling the traditional ways of life and thinking beyond reality. Andre Breton was the founder of Surrealism because he was exposed to the horrors of war. The surrealist movement started in Paris. The most famous surrealists were Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, and Joan Miro.
Surreal Collage My surreal collage shows dancers dancing on a rainbow in the sky and me flying almost like a fairy. I used feathering on some of the dancers to blend them into the rainbow and sky more. I also used juxtaposition to blend the wings into the dancer to make it look like she’s flying. Dislocation was also applied, and I changed the opacity.
Cameo Appearance in a Famous Work of Art I first took a picture of me in a scenery that would fit into the painting (walking through a forest on a beautiful fall day). Then, I used my magic wand to cut out the background. Using the clone stamp, I was able to easily soften the edges of the picture and merge it into the painting. By resizing the image and putting it to scale, I made the photo perfectly blend into the painting.
Cameo Appearance in a Movie Scene I used a scene from the movie “Charlie St. Cloud” and added my dad, my sister, and I riding on a jet ski in the background. To make it seem more realistic, I used the feathering technique, the blur tool, and clone stamp. The masks really helped blend the images together.