Composite images are formed by combining related or disparate scenes forming a product greater than the individual parts. The spectrum of composite images will be discussed, including plausible and surrealist images, with an emphasis upon practical details in transferring images and solving problems. This work will be demonstrated by a slide presentation taken directly from a working computer desktop showing the individual steps taken in forming composite images. A number of practical tips, including sequential directions, will be provided in written form for each participant.
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About Gary W. Vann:
As my work experience in medical imaging changed from film to digital formats over the past 20 years my traditional photography shifted towards computer generated workflows.
In the past I've exhibited my work and taught workshops about subspecialty subjects of interest to me including night photography, photo editing and hand made photo books. An article about 'double transfers in composite productions' will be published in Photo Techniques magazine in March and my work was recently presented in a spotlight feature in B&W magazine. For more information, my web site is: http://garywvann.jalbum.net
You can also email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org