Today’s Warm Up: Photographs Made From Woven Film Strips By Seung Hoon Park

 

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/02/photographs-made-from-woven-film-strips-by-seung-hoon-park/

After viewing the photos in the above link, answer the following questions using complete sentences. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one? What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time? How do these images make you feel? What do these images make you think about?

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15 thoughts on “Today’s Warm Up: Photographs Made From Woven Film Strips By Seung Hoon Park”

  1. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one? Photoshop.
    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time? It creates a storytelling scene.
    How do these images make you feel? I really like these images, I think they all tie into eachother very well.
    What do these images make you think about? This image makes me think of a puzzle, that we are trying to put together.

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  2. Took many photos that all connect and then changed a little in each one whether its the lighting, contrast, or color. It gives the eyes something to wonder over and has more to look at and think about them for a little longer than other photos. It makes me feel a little lost and confused by makes me wonder at the same time. It makes me think about the detail and to pay attention to see and find the little differences within the details.

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  3. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one?
    -He used a lot of Photoshop

    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time?
    -It gives a really cool effect

    How do these images make you feel?
    -They make me feel almost childlike

    What do these images make you think about?
    -They make me think about Alice In Wonderland

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  4. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one? because both pictures are very similar.
    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time? it turns out as a good pic that has much more too it than it would alone.
    How do these images make you feel? they make me feel like im in some art gallery or museum.
    What do these images make you think about? they make me remember my childhood because my mom used to sow a lot.

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  5. Well I think that the photographer shot the first photo and then in Photoshop the photographer used or did something in Photoshop to merge the two together and then the photographer could have used a different editing program to get this type of photo. when you take two photo’s and put them together it creates somethings beautiful and makes the photo look more better than it is. I think that these photos make me feel surprised on how the photographer did those types of images. When I look at these photos I think of how could I achieve these types of photos.

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  6. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one?
    He took one image and took another that looked like film in bracket form and overlapped one on top of the other.

    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time? It gives the picture a nice texture and almost gives the allusion of a puzzle with smaller pixel images.

    How do these images make you feel?They make me feel curious and interested.

    What do these images make you think about?
    They make me see the beauty b in the play of a photo and a strong pattern.

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  7. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one?
    Cut the photo up and moved the certain squares to make it look like it was woven.

    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time?
    It changes what the photo is. It adds a new perspective to the image and makes it seem like a different photo than it actually is.

    How do these images make you feel?
    These images make me feel good, they show you a different perspective then just a normal photo. They make it woven which shows a different kind of design.

    What do these images make you think about?
    These images make me think about what else you can do to just a plain normal photo to make it something different, but still look nice and unique.

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  8. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one?
    by mixing the different puzzle pieces.
    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time?
    it makes a differentness’ in the lighting.
    How do these images make you feel?
    I don’t feel any thing from these photos.
    What do these images make you think about?
    How maybe I can use this technique in the future.

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  9. Cutting the photo in Photoshop and turning some squares

    You kind of lose since on what the original photo was and gives you a differnt perspective.

    These images are cool. I like the design the switched photos make.

    The images make me think of looking at the pictures differntly on how you can simply make some cuts and turn some of the pictures around.

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  10. It looks like they took two photos of something from different places and put them together to create these photos. By presenting the tow photos at in the same picture it makes it look abstract.

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  11. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one? Cut the pictures up and then put them together. What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time? It shows a different perspective on the photos. How do these images make you feel? These images make me feel confuse and it hurts my brain. What do these images make you think about? China

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  12. Photos like these make me consider this photographer more authentic as a photographer because and i haven’t seen a picture like this and i couldn’t replicate something like that or at least wouldn’t know where to start but obviously they are cutting up film strips and weaving them together but as to how he aligns the photos i don’t know. But i do like that most of these openers have been focused on images that capture two different moments and all the little details in each image that can tell the story between them. This specific style though while i find it interesting and new it makes the small details of each image harder to see and so i lose a lot of context within the image, still looks good though.

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  13. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one?
    Cut the photo up in photoshop and cropped them together.

    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time?
    You get the same looking image, but with more in-depth look and detail to make it enhanced.

    How do these images make you feel?
    They make me feel dizzy because of all the squares.

    What do these images make you think about?
    A Puzzle.

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  14. After viewing the photos in the above link, answer the following questions using complete sentences. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one? What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time? How do these images make you feel? What do these images make you think about?

    i think the photographer used Photoshop to cut the picture up and wove them up that way. when you put to images together that fit they make one image

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  15. How do you think the photographer wove the two images into one?
    – Photoshop.

    What happens when two images, two moments are presented at the same time?
    – You get one image.

    How do these images make you feel?
    – They make me feel like I’m looking at a puzzle.

    What do these images make you think about?
    – Puzzle.

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