Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor have made distinguished careers out of manipulating images: he's an old-school darkroom guy, while she's embraced the computer. For this challenge, they provided ten images for you to remix into an original composition.
I fused in a few of the elements in a glass sphere
Left up to you.
See mine below.
This animated gif of an image of an African girl who has haunted my work for the past 10 years with Robin's egg.
All pictures were used. I started this at 10:30pm. Once I thought of the statue head embedded in a tree, it was all about being watched. But the doorway was a way out... or is it?
"Linnea". An image of love and loss.
Kitzen Lucas Hayden Town
heard about this contest earlier today and decided to wing it about 2 hrs before the end mark. haven't played around with photo manipulation in a while and thought i'd give it a go again. attempted to use something from each photo but did not succeed. did not want it to look too cluttered. i do like the variety within the butterflies.
This is my CS4 rendition of Sondheim's "Into the Woods" after listening to Jonathan Schwartz this afternoon on NYC.
I wish I could give a clever explanation of what I did here, but I really don't have one: I played around with some of the supplied images, never came up with anything I really liked, then I got an idea and this is pretty much what that idea was.
Ain't computers great?!
I notice the other images submitted. And want to do something different. Also I was lazy and didn't want to cut the images out. But as you see it was not the easy way out. The idea of a art gallery just came to mind. And just went from there. Also I just gave up until the last minute. So this is the end product. I can go back and tweak some more. But the clock has got the best of me...
Two beings are connected by a crow. Maybe there is a time warp or perhaps these body-less beings are just talking heads!
a bird in hand...
Mostly playing with the birds
I used pieces of all images except the one titled path. For this, I stayed with the sepia tones of the man with the bowler only leaving a small touch of blue from the sky to remain.
While making this image I was thinking about the history of photography and attempted to make something that looked like a daguerreotype or ambrotype with present day technology.
The skeletal bird is holding the egg of the man and then it evolves from there. I wanted to make the bird a bit more active and interesting by opening the mouth and elongating the beak. This is Mount Rushmore meets Alfred Hitchcock.
I often use the process of composting images with a combination of projections and editing in Photoshop. I'm interested in how physical light interacts with space and how it can be manipulated. I hope to create an abstraction of something that I'm actually seeing in the real world.