Sources Cambridge in Colour: Colour Management and Printing series Underlying concepts and principles: Human Perception; Bit Depth; Basics of digital cameras: pixels Color Management from camera to display Part 1: Concept and Overview; Part 2: Color Spaces; Part 3: Color Space Conversion; Understanding Gamma Correction Bit Depth Every color pixel in a digital image is created through some combination […]
I want to make beautiful things, even if nobody cares, as opposed to ugly things. That’s my intent. ‘’try to reach for a simple, visual phrase that tells you what the picture is all about and evokes the essence of the story” “making the ordinary extraordinary” “The nature of process, to one degree or another, involves […]
Caricature While many illustrators have continued to use the simple materials of pen and wash, line and watercolour, established during the eighteenth century as a way to draw caricatures, others have explored the possibility of collage and photomontage as a way of directly using the image of their subjects. Using collage can be quicker and more direct, […]
The key distinguishing characteristic of self-publishing is that the author has decided to publish his or her work independent of a publishing house. In 2008, for the first time in history, more books were self-published than those published traditionally. In 2009, 76% of all books released were self-published, while publishing houses reduced the number of […]
History of photomontage : Laura Lopes Cezar (Spanish) Wikipedia Oliver Grau Virtual Art: From Illusion to Immersion Photomontage is the process and the result of making a composite photograph from one or more photographs through: multiple exposures in-camera or on film in the printing process cutting, gluing, rearranging and overlapping elements from one or more photographs […]
website http://catherine-anyango.com Catherine Anyango uses film, sculpture and mise-en-scene devices to reconstruct physical environments that are disrupted by psychological, intangible phenomena. Many of her images are powerful graphite black and white drawings, often dealing with political issues. Heart of Darkness 2010, a graphic novel adaptation of Conrad’s novel about colonialism She has produced live film events around […]
!! To be updated with detailed Sketchbook analysis of key sources of inspiration. bearing in mind copyright issues.
google images Aaron Siskind (1903 – 1991) was an American photographer. Siskind’s work focuses on the details of things, presented as flat surfaces to create a new image independent of the original subject. He was closely involved with, if not a part of, the abstract expressionist movement. https://www.britannica.com/video/164452/Aaron-Siskind-influences-documentary-photography