Projection photography by Lee Kirby

Projection Photography

Projection photography by Lee Kirby. This could be cool with places in a famous country and then the skyline in black and white (portrait)

Self-portrait. Who is the artist???

An eye, brain trick. You will enjoy this if you are using the right side of your brain. Stare at this pic carefully and you will see this man turn his face. Share this with your friends if you saw him turn his head.

mosaic photo - very interesting yet simple for lower El.

Paper and photoshop Mosaic Photo self portraiture. Taking photos of your face at different angles, different closeness and then collating them in different places and repeating.

Cut up photos, manipulating the original image creating a more interesting and unique style

remember the collage things I do when I was in year 12 in Art? Can apply it to fashion illustration art work as well. - Milly Ma // Cut up photos, manipulating the original image creating a more interesting and unique style

Andras Visky. Triple personalities

This shot communicates a lot of emotion through a melancholy colour scheme and a high key lighting technique showing a model with a somber facial expression. The use of a long exposure and a flash creates the illusion of multiple faces.

Featuring a wet/sheer t-shirt or vest for my costume choice will tie in all the other aspects of my design. This also adds a sexy feel to the look which I am aiming for.

"The Shadow knows why good people sometimes do "bad" things.Romancing the Shadow & learning to read the messages it encodes in daily life can deepen your consciousness,imagination,& soul."-  "Romancing the Shadow," by Connie Zwieg, PhD., & Steve Wolf, PhD.

long exposure photography black and white - This image shows the sense of movement and I pined mostly for the independant unit and to have an idea how to create an image for the moving object theme

Beautiful portrait

Marielle Byworth is all about the hand gestures. Thinking with your hands: A link between gesturing and intelligence.

My Barbara Kruger Inspired Work.

Barbara Kruger the idea of people in todays society not being able to tell the difference of real and fake because no one excepts how they naturally look so they feel the need to change the way they look.

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