This is the 3 original photos that I took:
And this is the what I did to them:
What I basically did is:
The photo that I am sitting is the top layer, then the black and white one, then the pinkish one.
I first adjust the brightness/contrast and the level of the three photos due to the fact that my camera chooses different amount of exposure for each photo. I then turn the color of the photo that I am pretending to smoke to a black and white one, and change the hue and saturation of the photo that I was in my halloween costume (which I am a dinosaur) in to an extreme pinkish color. After that, I make the black and white one into an oil painting texture, and liquified the pinkish photo. By finishing all of these steps, I carefully erased the first layer; therefore, I can have the other two pictures appear in the whole frame. I also mosaic the girl that is sitting behind me.
I think this picture can represent cluttered because the place I shot is messy, and dirty. You can see a box, a bottle, newspapers, leaves, and papers on the ground. I also intentionally over contrast the photo to make the things on the ground clearer.
This is a photo of my wax paper to diffuse the light of my lamp. Here is a zoom out picture of this:
I think this is can represent the word texture because I can clearly see the pattern of this wax paper. I also think that showing the texture of the wax paper is really unique. Therefore, I chose this picture as my texture assignment.
This photo was also took in the foggy day last week. I think this can represent shape because the light brighten the tree, so I can see the shape of it. But everything else is blurry and cloudy.
I think this is a good photo of silhouette because this is a good picture of poor exposure but it is good enough to see the two person’s silhouette.
This is my friend in Renaissance Festival. A woman with a wreath is beautiful. How about a cute looking man with a wreath? Better!
I discovered this photo after I finished taking a bunch of photos of my roommate with a mask on. In this photo, my roommate was taking off the mask that I gave him while the light was hitting on the mask and his face. I think this is a great picture about contrast because the dark background contrasts the mask and the face of him, which strongly made my roommate look serious/creepy .