Part 1: Scan-a-gram
When done, clean the scanner well so it is ready for the net person to use.
Part 2: Interpretive Studio Portrait
Part 3: Non-Literal Self Portraits (x2)
The essential you, what are you known for, how people see you.
You as someone else, playing a role, becoming something you are not.
Looking inside yourself, showing a part of you people do not know, reflective, showing what is on the inside.
Surreal, Fantasy, Dreamlike, Unrealistic.
- Double Exposure
- Photo Collage (See David Hockney & Chuck Close)
- Altering a print - drawing, painting, cutting, folding burning (See Arnulf Rainer)
- Still Life - objects that represent something you
- Slow Shutter speed (see Francesca Woodman)
- Covering your face/body
- Incorporate a uniform
- Incorporating location (home, bedroom, work, etc)
- Put yourself in a dream or unrealistic situation (See Brooke Shaden or Erik Johansson)
- Visualize the hidden/unseen (emotions, past experiences, relationships, thoughts, feelings)
Create double Exposure in camera - overlay (method 1)
Multiple exposure - (method 2) (youtube)
Really beautiful double exposures, tips & Canon tutorial (youtube)
Double color exposure in photoshop (youtube)