After the Glaciers

We are taking a digital imaging class to learn Photoshop. This week’s homework is a photomontage. This is similar to collages we made in art class except for the glue all over everything.

The following image, entitled “After the Glaciers”, is a composite of photos we took at the beach and one image (the golfer) obtained from Google images. The lightning was created using a brush downloaded from Brusheasy.  This is a first attempt and we hope to improve over the semester.

9 thoughts on “After the Glaciers”

      1. I am beginning to understand photomontage as a real art form – somewhere between painting and photography. What I want to learn next is how to harmonize the color of images taken in different lighting conditions.

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