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Category Archives: photo manipulation
Thirty-second in a series creating a collage using five elements.
After a bit of a break, I’m back to printing on fabric with digital grounds. I had an old, high contrast photostat negative of the interior of a diner. I wanted a print on canvas to be dark and graphic … Continue reading
I was digging thru an old jewelry box over the weekend looking for a necklace and I came upon some old B&W negatives. Curiousity got the better of me, so I threw them on my scanner to take a better … Continue reading
Twenty third in a series creating a collage using five elements.
…with a little photo manipulation…
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The seventh in a series â€“ creating a collage using five elements.
Before This is another photo restoration that Tina and I tag-teamed on. It’s a photo of our friend Biboye’s Mom from the early 1960s. As you can see, this photo has seen some better days so we told Biboye we … Continue reading
Here’s a little Halloween fun with a few digital photos and a little time with Photoshop.
This is a cousin’s photograph that has seen some better days. I’m not sure how it ended up torn and missing the top, but Tina and I decided to provide some digital TLC. I scanned it in and both Tina … Continue reading
Car collage by Tina Garceau. Tina shot these pictures at the Doo Wop Avenue Car Show on East Passyunk Avenue in South Philadelphia.
This was collage I created while in Bob Hires’ Photoshop class at Moore. Prior to this, I was creating collages the old fashioned way by painstakingly cutting copies, photostats (remember them?) and photos with a razor knife. This one was … Continue reading
More human hybrid fun in Photoshop!