Friday, September 27, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013
Before we started this unit, I had no idea how much Photoshop could alter someone's appearence! Now that I've had this experience, seeing and creating altered facial features, I'm pretty sure 99%, if not all, pictures in magazines of celebrities and models have been Photoshopped. As you can see in the work I did above, you can see just how much altering Photoshop can do to make some one have a better appearence. In the picture of the altered model above, I first got rid of the most obvious blemishes. Next I smoothed out her skin and softened it. Then I changed the color of her eyes just to see how real it would look. Success!
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Thursday, September 12, 2013
In this project, I used a picture of me holding a picture frame, a picture of a skeleton, and a cross, to make it look like I was holding an X-Ray of my chest with a cross where my heart is. I'm very pleased with the turnout of this piece. I think it worked really well by the way I cropped, cut, and pasted the images together. Through this piece, I learned how to invert colors to make everything look negative, and I learned how putting pictures on top of eachother can work well.
Monday, September 9, 2013
I took a scene out of Bikini Bottom, used Spongebob, Gary, and the Hoo-Blah guy, and threw it all into one portrait. I used overlapping in my hands to make it seem like one hand was on each side of Gary while I was holding him. When taking the photo, I just imagined holding something in my hands, and posed that way. My image shows a high level of interaction in which I'm actually holding one of the characters from the scene.