Marcus Carr
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woman-holding-mirror-on-grass-reflection. self-portrait of photographer Laura Williams, an artist from Cambridge, UK. The mirror illusion was achieved in post-production using Photoshop with the idea of being ‘invisible’ or ‘transparent’.

Andras Visky. Triple personalities all could be showing different things but with the same 3 faces I like how they have designed this with the triple faces

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.

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artist: unknown in This is such a creative photo! the contrast is so defined. This gorgeous romantic photo shows off the Yin & Yang of the modern day.

Rankin

I like how this photo was edited to look like the lady is looking through a wall.look closely, it also appears as if the three triangles are shards of glass with her image broken up.

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This example of photomontage works well because it is visually interesting and has a lot of contrast. The photo of the woman is in black and white while the photo of the plant is shown in color this contrast makes the image stand out more.

This glitch art is very visually striking as the human face is no longer recognisable. The use of colour thoughtfully used and can also be related to the vibrancy of Vivid as it embraces the technological form. I believe by distorting the face and allowing the true form to remain unchanged can create interesting compositions for each artist as their distinctive elements can speak for themselves.

This glitch art is very visually striking as the human face is no longer recognisable. The use of colour thoughtfully used and can also be related to the vibrancy of Vivid as it embraces the technological form.