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Making Photo Collages

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  • (Photo collage) Photomontage is the process (and result) of making a composite photograph by cutting and joining a number of other photographs. The composite picture was sometimes photographed so that the final image is converted back into a seamless photographic print.
  • (Photo collage) photos delivered via "stream of consciousness" updated in real-time
  • devising: the act that results in something coming to be; "the devising of plans"; "the fashioning of pots and pans"; "the making of measurements"; "it was already in the making"
  • Money made; earnings or profit
  • (usually plural) the components needed for making or doing something; "the recipe listed all the makings for a chocolate cake"
  • The process of making or producing something
  • Essential qualities or ingredients needed for something
  • qualification: an attribute that must be met or complied with and that fits a person for something; "her qualifications for the job are excellent"; "one of the qualifications for admission is an academic degree"; "she has the makings of fine musician"
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Making Shadow Boxes and Shrines
Making Shadow Boxes and Shrines
Throughout history, human beings have kept physical reminders and mementos of loved ones, popular icons and significant life events. Shrines and shadow boxes - three-dimensional collages set into a box or housing - have become popular ways of collecting and displaying these meaningful objects as an artistic assemblage. This book offers ideas for 32 shrines and shadow boxes with themes ranging from personal expression to memory-keeping to historical tributes and celebrations. There is also a gallery of 10 more professionally designed works and tips for collecting the right materials for this type of creation.

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Photo Collage (take 3/final)
Photo Collage (take 3/final)
I made this photo collage because i wanted to express my theme of nature. I really enjoy taking pictures of nature and the evironment. It makes me fell like I am a part of something larger than what I really am. I feel like I am documenting something that is temporary, that will not last, for future generations. It really makes me see how beautiful nature is and allows me to really appreciate its beauty when I wait for the perfect moment to capture as a picture. It's really an enlightening experience. This photo collage was really an opportunity to compile everything I've learned this year in digital photography. In it, I used everything I've learned in Photoshop, including cropping, dodging and burning, and curves to change its color scheme. Although I think it needs some work, and the printer hardly does it justice, I am proud of my collage. Not so much as a piece of art, but more as a representation of how much I've accomplished and learned in this class. I really enjoy taking pictures, but the exciting part for me is that with the modern technology in Photoshop, I can make even a mediocre picture look like a Misrach. Where Photoshop really excels, however, is making good pictures great. Even though touching up little things in good photos in Photoshop is nice, I always love to look at the original to see all of the hard work I did to put it in its current condition. Then I look to see where i can improve on the already improved picture. Because an artist is never truly finished with his work.
photo-collage. the pic on the left is the pic i used to make the collage. same pic. multiple coppies put togeather into what you see here.

making photo collages
making photo collages
Steiner Sports New York Yankees Joe DiMaggio Framed Replica Sign
Joe DiMaggio was known to millions as "Joltin' Joe" or the "Yankee Clipper," but more to the point he was one of the best players to ever grace the game of baseball. Brilliant as could be at both the plate and in centerfield, DiMaggio spent his entire 13-year career as a member of the Yankees. He hit .325 lifetime, played in 13 All-Star Games, won two batting championships, was the AL MVP in 1939, 1941 and 1947, and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1955. He is most famous for his 56-game hitting streak in 1941, and that was the same year he uttered the legendary quote, "I want to thank the Good Lord for making me a Yankee." This framed sign, which commemorates that quote, measures 12x36 and is a Yankees-Steiner exclusive.