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Digital Photography and Design Spring 2013. Cassie Cowperthwaite. Alphabet Photography. Triptych. Mono with a Splash. Elements of Design. Lines Shape/Form Space Value Color Texture. Lines. Lines. Lines. Shape. Shape. Shape. Space. Positive and Negative Space. Shallow Space.

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elements of design
Elements of Design
  • Lines
  • Shape/Form
  • Space
  • Value
  • Color
  • Texture
principles of design
Principles of Design
  • Repetition/Pattern
  • Balance
  • Emphasis
  • Contrast
  • Movement
  • Unity
about ed paschke
About Ed Paschke
  • Born in Chicago in 1939
  • Student at Art Institute of Chicago
  • He lived in Chicago most of his life
  • Loved cartoons as a child which influenced him to want to become a painter
  • Father was created and inspired him as well
  • Uses a lot of color and lines in paintings
  • Mostly paints violence
  • Paints for expression and abstraction
ed paschke
Ed Paschke
  • Lots of Hue/Saturation Changes
  • Level Changes
  • Brightness Changes
  • Artisitic Filters
  • Posterize
  • Added cheetah print on face
  • Added zebra as background
  • Desaturated Background
  • Changed Opacity
surreal research
Surreal Research
  • Surrealism developed after World War I (early 20th century) and was inspired by the Dada movement.
  • People started rebelling the traditional ways of life and thinking beyond reality.
  • Andre Breton was the founder of Surrealism because he was exposed to the horrors of war.
  • The surrealist movement started in Paris.
  • The most famous surrealists were Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, and Joan Miro.
surreal collage
Surreal Collage

My surreal collage shows dancers dancing on a rainbow in the sky and me flying almost like a fairy. I used feathering on some of the dancers to blend them into the rainbow and sky more. I also used juxtaposition to blend the wings into the dancer to make it look like she’s flying. Dislocation was also applied, and I changed the opacity.

cameo appearance in a famous work of art
Cameo Appearance in a Famous Work of Art

I first took a picture of me in a scenery that would fit into the painting (walking through a forest on a beautiful fall day). Then, I used my magic wand to cut out the background. Using the clone stamp, I was able to easily soften the edges of the picture and merge it into the painting. By resizing the image and putting it to scale, I made the photo perfectly blend into the painting.

cameo appearance in a movie scene
Cameo Appearance in a Movie Scene

I used a scene from the movie “Charlie St. Cloud” and added my dad, my sister, and I riding on a jet ski in the background. To make it seem more realistic, I used the feathering technique, the blur tool, and clone stamp. The masks really helped blend the images together.

impressionist research
Impressionist Research
  • Impressionism first started in the 19th century in France, and is characterized by loose brushwork and light colors.
  • Instead of using carefully painted brush stokes, impressionists used a broken colorbrush technique which changed the way paintings looked.
  • It emerged because people wanting a new way of seeing the world through art.
  • Some famous impressionists were Claude Monet, Pierre-AugusteRenoir, and Edgar Degas.
op art research slide
Op Art Research Slide
  • Op Art is characterized by the use of optical illusions.
  • Optical illusions are characterized by being visually perceived a different way that it is in reality.
  • It started in the 1960s.
  • Op art is derived from the practices of the Bauhaus, a German school. It later moved to the United States.
  • Some optical illusion artists include: M.C. Escher, Bridger Riley, Salvador Dali, and Giuseppe Arcimboldo.