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i chose this image because i like how it captures the different times of day, and the colours look amazing together. there is light getting in, but also in the dark parts of the image, there isn't a lot of light getting in
Photomontages by Thomas Barbèy: this photo-montage is by Thomas Barbey, here he has but together a photograph of someone's open mouth and an arch way to a building. It links to the theme of inside, outside and in between because it is the inside of a mouth with a building that is typically found outside, inside of it.
Double exposure portraits by Antonio Mora (a.k.a. Mylovt). He blends human and nature into surreal hybrid artworks. Mora works with images he’d found browsing through online databases, magazines and blogs, and then fuses them together using skillful photo manipulation techniques. www.mylovt.com/ Art, Digital Art, Digital Collage
This composition mimics the split look of an object when in the water. However, at the top of the color overlay are lines that look like pixels on a TV or computer screen. Draws your eye to the central focus of the piece (his head, or more specifically his eyes.
collage sky photoshop univers mountain: I love this, and could totally make one with magazine cut-outs; wood for the further back mountains, red fabrics for the further hills, green grass etc for close hills
#ComboPhotos is a self-initiated project by art director Stephen McMennamy, seamlessly combining two photos with hilarious results. He explains the idea behind the project: "It’s really just from looking around and seeing what things are out in the world might make for an interesting fit or what would make for a nice contrast once combined. As far as process, it’s just a matter of me hunting things down and aiming for the cleanest shot possible." More photo manipulations via PetaP...