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September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation

This is a discussion on September 2008 - Photo assignment 1 - severe manipulation within the Photo assignments forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; Originally Posted by pslove really like the second one too, tegan. would you mind describing the process that went into ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pslove View Post
    really like the second one too, tegan. would you mind describing the process that went into it? i think it would also be kind of neat to see the original photo.would you mind?
    Well the assignment is "severe manipulation", so to somewhat surprise everyone this is as "severe" as you can possibly get. This comes under the heading of computer simulated photography or imaging. The image is created totally on screen sometimes using wire frames and then adding texture and colour and then using a software simulated computer camera to "take a photo" of it. The on screen simulated camera is of course adjustable and can be placed in 3 dimensions.

    It is like drawing something and taking a picture of it, but in this case, both tasks are done on and by the computer.

    Of course, with more time, I could have added a real boat from a photo into the scene, but getting the perspective and size correct is quite a challenge.

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    I like this portrait mindforge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mindforge View Post

    This is an edited image from a family shoot I did a few days ago. Lots of contrast, desaturation, healing brush work... took about 15 minutes of work. Used cutout on a layer with adjusted opacity.
    It reminds me of the people images found in videogames, which I don't play but have seen. Create a textured background in a 3D program and put her into it. The creative possibilities are endless.

    Interesting work.

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    The non-web saved version doesn't have the rendered lines. Well, they are definitely not as prominent.

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    MindForge - Cool effects!

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    Kiley - your image really invokes a deep melancholy! Well done!!!
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    Here is my manipulated photo. This old vehicle was found on a path in Whistler, BC when my husband and I traveled there this past November..... The color made me think of a school bus, which made me think of youth and energy....which, in my mind was a juxtaposition of an old retired school bus driver who was tired.
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    my submission:P dino and crow are grace a magnetic polygonal lasso. 3 different pics rolled into one. overlayed and multiplied on a ttv frame filter with a heavy curves adjustment. crow was added as an afterthought after the adjustments were done and then faded to 93 percent to blend in with the background.
    hope you like this was fun.
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    Re: TTs photo:

    The blue/green in the foreground is distracting but the vehicle and the background seem to go together well. The colour of the car and the black and white in the front give it an African feel and the dry brush does not contradict that impression.

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