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  1. Digital Photography/ Design Portfolio Courtney Mensah

  2. Name Plate

  3. Line Photo shoot

  4. Shape Photo shoot

  5. Texture Photo shoot

  6. Texture Photo shoot (cont.)

  7. Texture Photo shoot (cont.)

  8. Space Photo Shoot

  9. Space Photo Shoot (Cont.)

  10. Color/Value Photo Shoot

  11. Color/Value Photo Shoot (cont.)

  12. Color/Value Photo Shoot (cont.)

  13. Color/Value Photo Shoot(cont.)

  14. Contrast

  15. Balance

  16. Unity

  17. Pattern

  18. Movement

  19. Rhythm

  20. Emphasis

  21. Ed Paschke “Bar-B-Que” - 1997 • -Ed Paschke was born on June 22nd, 1939 • -He attended the Art Institute of Chicago • -Before he was a really an artist he was a commercial artist and a filmmaker • -He was fascinated by fireworks and their packaging, neon lights, the circus, and Latin influences • -He used iconic people in his artwork such as Elvis, Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln, and Marilyn Monroe Ed Paschke

  22. My Paschke Portrait I experimented a lot with my image. I changed the saturation and the hue of the picture. I changed the image around with a lot with the filters on Photoshop, but I’m not exactly sure what it was that I used. I did make use of many different shapes on the image by changing their colors and their opacity quite a few times. I used the clone stamp to add a really swirly yet fancy print to my face and I added stripes on my eyes. Overall, it’s a really bright and vibrant image.

  23. Impressionist Practice

  24. Impressionist Research -Painted “en plein air” -Used dashes and dabs to paint -Captured light at certain times of the day -Painted ordinary every day events and people -Many paintings were accepted into the artists Salons

  25. Text Portrait Practice

  26. Text Portrait Project

  27. Practice Mask

  28. Primary Colors • Red, Yellow, and Blue are the primary colors

  29. Secondary Colors • Orange, Violet, and Green are secondary colors

  30. Complementary Colors • Complementary colors are opposites on the color wheel

  31. Intensity • Intensity is the brightness of a color

  32. Tint & Shade • Tint is a color plus white & Shade is a color plus black

  33. Warm Colors & Cool Colors • Red, Yellow, and Orange are warm colors & Blue, Green, and Violet are cool colors

  34. Analogous Colors • Analogous colors are colors that sit side by side on the color wheel

  35. Op Art Research -Op art is made the a method of painting and the interactions between illusion and picture plane, between understanding and seeing. It is made to trick the eye. -Op art became prominent in the U.S. in the late 1960s. -It was very popular in the UK. -Op art is usually made on a computer, by using different tools such as ‘liquify’ or ‘transform’ to alter the work. It tricks the eye by making you see images moving or turning. -Some famous Op artists were Carlos Cruz-Diaz and Julian Stanczak

  36. Black & White Op Art

  37. Color Op Art

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

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

  40. Disguising Practice Use of hidden images; obscure the quality of an object by camouflaging it

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

  42. Dislocation Practice Placing an object out of its natural environment and into an unusual setting

  43. Surrealist Collage

  44. Surrealist Research -Salvador Dali -A style in which fantastical visual imagery from the subconscious mind is used with no intention of making the work logically comprehensible -Started in Paris -Was started in the early 1920s -It was started because artists began to get tired of ordinary art -It was created by transforming, distorting, disguising, fragmenting, or dislocating every day objects in strange places

  45. Typography Exercise 1

  46. Typography Exercise 2

  47. Typography Exercise 3

  48. Typography Exercise 4

  49. Typography Project

  50. Magazine Cover