Yes, a fantasy – a composite picture created by combining two layers of images taken from different sources.
Filed under Abstract photos, Colour, Imaginings, Minimalist, Pattern, photography, Texture, Uncategorized
Tagged as composite picture, layers, nightmare.fantasy
Bubbles ‘n’ Bosch? Definitely has the eww factor!
Thanks Lynn. That’s a very good call! The figures were taken from a crumpled up theatre review and the bubbles were from a photo of a Caithness paperweight (which I’m sure I shall use again). I too felt a strong Bosch connection and share your reaction!!
This is so interesting, really captures the colours within the image. Get blog! Have a look at mine and see what you fancy! Thanks
Many thanks for the comment and thanks too for the invitation. I’ll follow that up.
I wonder how you do that, is just amazing! Thanks Louis!
Thanks Sydney. It’s done by using Photoshop and combining two or more images.
Louis, I see sooo much here that you’ve got my imagination all fired up! Also love the image for it’s own sake!
Thanks Elena. There’s a lot going on in this picture despite the fact that I was initially intending to create just an abstract image!
A great composite image. It does have some devilish about it, with skeletons (or whatever it is) and the feeling of destruction it emanates. I love all the details you can get lost in.
Thanks Otto. It was an experiment and I think it worked.
That is quite a successful nightmare, Louis.
Very different from my usual nightmares, Bente!!
Very effective – a great experiment!
Yes, it’s interesting to experiment with only limited control over the outcome!!
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