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Digital Photography and Design Portfolio. Mitch Willming. Name Plate. Lines. Shapes and Forms. Textures. Space. More Space. Color. Value. Mono with a splash. Repetition. Emphasis. Balance. Contrast. Unity. Movement. Paschke’s History.

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Paschke s history
Paschke’s History

  • His father was his first art teacher. And made a big impression on him when he was young.

  • Influenced by the colors of fireworks and the circus.

  • Main themes of his paintings were violence,

    aggression, and physical incongruity.

  • He uses images from the

    media that show idea of popular culture

    and uses them to make his paintings.

  • He was inspired by Andy Warhol,

    who he shared many of

    the same theme ideas with.


My paschke portrait
My Paschke Portrait

  • To make my portrait I used the rectangular marquee tool to select certain areas of my face.

  • I would then use the hue/saturation adjustment to light up my face with neon colors.

  • I also used the quick selection tool to select the spots of the picture that were not covered by the rectangles and would adjust their hue/saturation too.

  • Lastly I used the clone stamp tool to replace my background with bright neon colored lines.



Impressionism research
Impressionism Research

  • Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement that originated with a group of Paris-based artists.

  • The name of the style derives from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression.

  • Impressionist painting characteristics include relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes, open composition, emphasis on accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities common, ordinary subject matter, inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience, and unusual visual angles.

  • They often painted outdoors.

  • There were places called Salons where artists would go to showcase their work.









Op art research
Op Art Research

  • What: Op Art Is focused around the use of optical sensations to make optical illusions.

  • When: Came into the art world in the 1960’s.

  • Where: It became popular in England and America.

  • How: Artists would use hard edges, precise craftsmanship and close color value to make their art seemed like it bend, bulge, sway, vibrate, and squiggle.

  • Who: Bridget Riley Carlos Cruz-DiazVictor Vasarely Julian StanczakRichard Anuskiewicz



Primary colors
Primary Colors

Red, Yellow, and Blue are the primary colors.


Secondary colors
Secondary Colors

Orange, Violet (Purple), and Green.


Complementary colors
Complementary Colors

Opposites on the color wheel.


Intensity
Intensity

The brightness of a color.


Tint

Any color plus white.


Shade
Shade

Any color plus black.


Warm colors
Warm Colors

Red, Yellow, and Orange.


Cool colors
Cool Colors

Blue, Green, and Violet.


Analogous colors
Analogous Colors

Colors that sit side by side on the color wheel and have a common hue



Juxtaposition
Juxtaposition

Transforming one object into another; joining one or more objects in an impossible combination.


Distortion
Distortion

Changing an object by deformation, exaggeration, simplification, or a progressive state of degradations, (burn, dissolve, crush, melt).


Fragmentation
Fragmentation

Breaking up an image and joining it together in an unusual way.


Disguise
Disguise

Use of hidden images obscure; obscure the quality of an object by camouflaging.


Dislocation
Dislocation

Place an object out of its natural environment and into an usual setting.


Surrealist project the wonderful world of cat dogs
Surrealist ProjectThe Wonderful World of Cat-Dogs


Surrealist research
Surrealist Research

  • Who: Andre Brenton

  • What: Made to be out of the ordinary and surprises people.

  • Where: Started in Paris, expanded to rest of Europe and America.

  • When: 1920s and still popular today.

  • Why: People wanted to express their views on society through their art.

  • How: Artists would disguise things or put things into places that they didn’t belong. Basically make the paintings look bizarre and not normal.






Typography project
TypographyProject




Hockney research
Hockney Research

  • Who: English Painter and Photographer.

  • What: Takes multiple photos of a subject and then pieces them together, also was a very good painter.

  • Where: Born in Bradford, England and now lives in Los Angeles.

  • When: Began the photo collages in the early 1980’s.

  • Why: Started by accident, took pictures of one if his works and then pieced it back together not intending for it to be a work on its own.

  • How: Takes pictures of a single subject or scene at different perspectives and different angles, and then puts them together to form the original object in a way that resembles Cubism, whish was a goal for Hockney.


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