Photo credits: clockwise from left: Sierra Sullivan, Daisha Martin, Camper Ruybal, Keirstyn Obermiller,
For this week’s photo challenge, you will take two pictures that have something to say about the other. See above. Notice how the architecture could represent the beauty that is inside of her mind, or possibly of her upbringing, or her culture, or possibly all three.
Use the tutorial, I showed, here, for specific instructions on how you want to make this happen in Photoshop.
DO A BIT OF PRE-PLANNING! Don’t just throw two random images together, the results just won’t be as good.
Have something to say about the person you are double exposing with another object/person. Do it for a reason. Everything has a reason, everything has a purpose.
CHECK OUT THE TUTORIAL FOR THI ASSIGNMENT BELOW
Want more examples?
YOU WILL DO TWO DOUBLE EXPOSURE IMAGES FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT, due on Friday, March 4th.
Upload two photos to FLICKR and add them to the HHS Photography & HOWL Heritage groups
Copy FLICKR urls and paste them here.
Include your period number in the comments section
REQUIRED RESPONSE: RESPOND TO THIS POST WITH THREE IDEAS FOR YOUR DOUBLE EXPOSURE ASSIGNMENT. POST THREE IDEAS TO THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW. WRITE IN COMPLETE SENTENCES PLEASE.