Love the last one with the buildings behind the head. I used to do this with my old film camera. Wonder if it's possible with my digital slr?

Love the last one with the buildings behind the head. I used to do this with my old film camera. Wonder if it's possible with my digital slr? nts: to last,,, inner demons/habits idea?

flood of tears (Brian Oldham.) A neat way of layering photos to create a new idea/photo

Flood of tears (Brian Oldham.) Reminds me of the song "Cry Me a River." I would love to see this photomontage in color because I feel like the detail of the water and trees gets lost in it being in black and white.

Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog: Double Exposure Portraits by Dan Mountford

Double Exposure Portraits by Dan Mountford. Dear Kent mates, prepare to model for a small double exposure portrait series.

I like how the photos have been blended as part of experimentation with photomontage, I also like how black and white is used as this shows tone and creates an atmosphere.

What Famous Photographer Am I?

Dan Mountford - Inspired from graphic designs, buildings and landscapes.

Dan Mountford - Inspired from graphic designs, buildings and landscapes.

Jerry Uelsmann‘The Mind’s Eye: 50 years of Photography’Peabody Essex Museum, Salem11.2.2012 - 15.7.2012 Surreal, funny and provocative, Jerry Uelsmann’s photographs are icons of American photo history. His most famous technique — seamlessly fabricating photographs from unrelated negatives to create imaginary scenes — cemented his standing as a leading light of non-literal photography. The exhibition combines Uelsmann’s most celebrated works with many nev

Untitled (Lips on Road) is a fine art photograph by master photographer Jerry Uelsmann. The image was created in 2000 and depicts a pair of full lips in the foreground on a dirt road or path in a forest. There is a crow or raven on the road.

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