Double exposure portraits: a simple tutorial for making surrealist images

Double exposure portraits: a simple tutorial for making surrealist images

Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.))

Edit // sew two portraits together to create a mixed media piece // Manny Robertson- Embroidered Metropolis. ((Each original print is composed of two portraits, one color and one black and white, that have been cut and sewn together by hand.

Double exposure has worked effectively in this image, because it allows you to think about the artist's intentions.

When you feel bad your mind continues to focus on all the parts of your life that seem to not be working. Then you feel even worse. This all continues until you wake up to the fact that your self-image is just a mental idea. It is just a concept

antonio mora

Surreal pieces of Art by Antonio Mora, a Spain-based artist who spent several years working as an art director in the industry. Mora — now a full-time artist — describes himself as someone who creates.

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Which of these two double-headed illusions do you think is best? Vote your choice by commenting below. In each image, which face did you see first? Face forward or face to the side?

Bobby Neel Adams http://www.bobbyneeladams.com/family.html Photographing the same person, only years later (use old family photos and take ones now, merge them).

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams combines two photos of his portraits subjects—one as a youth and one as an adult—into composite portraits he calls “AgeMaps.

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

Plastic Surgery With Magazines by Metra Bruno and Laurence Jeanson

French artists Bruno Metra and Laurence Jeanson stick images of facial features cut out from fashion magazines over the models to form new facial expressions; The distortion in the face gives this person a more vibrant and fun expression.

Turner Hale Kunkel: B, September 7, 1985;   Paul John (PJ) Kunkel, B, August 5, 1988; D, January 12,2013.  LUA. M.

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Dee Mon Cheel Dren Art Print by Jordan Clark. This work give me an idea for my portraiture project.

just learned how to do this without using photo shop - slow shutter speed or bulb setting. Cover face for a few counts then remove hands and allow face to expose

Illusion: I like the idea of distorting the face to create more emotion. Her hands unsuccessfully covering her face offers more meaning than the photo would hold without them.

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