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Overview — amandacharchian.com. "Four as One" for Michael Van Der Ham from Amanda Charchian on Vimeo. Quand Vas Tu Rentrer? By Amanda Charchian from Amanda Charchian on Vimeo. Close Please wait... Unable to load. Transferir imágenes con cinta adhesiva. Con este tutorial aprenderás a transferir fácilmente imágenes de un soporte a otro. Puede que encuentres imágenes que te gusten y quieres decorar con ellas algún objeto, es fácil hacerlo con la técnica que a continuación os mostramos. Hay muchas otras técnicas para transferir imágenes, pero esta es muy sencilla y fácil de hacer. Es ideal para imágenes pequeñas ya que el material que usa para la transferencia es la cinta adhesiva de embalar.

Vamos a ver cómo se hace. El material que necesitamos es el siguiente: Imágenes impresas con impresora láser.Cinta de embalaje transparente.Tijeras.Un recipiente con agua.Adhesivo en spray. Cortamos la cinta de embalaje en una tira un poco más larga que la imagen que deseamos transferir, para poder trabajar más cómodamente. Pasamos el mango de las tijeras o cualquier objeto duro sobre la cinta para conseguir que la cinta se adhiera perfectamente al papel que tiene la imagen impresa. Vía: lilblueboo. Exploring Land Art on Art Served. Fantasmagóricas fábricas abandonadas: imágenes del primer libro de fotografía de David Lynch « Pijamasurf - Noticias e Información alternativa. Humo y cables David Lynch acaba de presentar en Londres su nuevo libro de fotografía: 80 imágenes en blanco y negro tomadas entre 1980 y el año 2000 en Berlín, Polonia, Nueva York, Nueva Jersey, Los Angeles e Inglaterra.

Estos sitios fueron sets de películas como El Hombre Elefante y Cabeza Borradora (donde captura esta estética desoladora e industrial en blanco y negro) o, más recientemente, Inland Empire. Lynch tiene una formación previa como pintor y ha experimentado numerosas disciplinas artísticas, como la música y el diseño. Su fascinación por los intersticios de la cultura y de la realidad, los márgenes sombríos en los que lo inexplicable puede suceder o donde aguarda una epifanía poética es parte de su obra cinematográfica y resuena con su visión fotográfica obsesionada por las fábricas y los lugares abandonados. “Me encanta la industria. La fascinación por las entidades que genera la sociedad industrial: grandes gigantes geométricos que alimentan nuestras ciudades de energía. Hitchcock Zoom and Slit Scan Photography Combined Make for a Psychedelic Effect.

French photographer Micaël Reynaud first made it onto the blog in in May of 2012 when he created a trippy-but-cool example of what the dolly zoom (also known as the Hitchcock zoom) looked like when stretched to its extremes. Using a cement block at a local beach and lenses that ranged in focal length from 24mm to 840mm, that GIF attracted a lot of attention. Now he’s back at it, and this time he’s mixing dolly zoom with slit scan photography to create what he calls “a kind of time-space distortion on a static picture.” Whatever it is, it yet again takes the cool and trippy cake. Check out the GIF below, click here to see his 2012 example of the standard dolly zoom and then drop us a line in the comments to let us know what you think.

Reynaud also created a video of this effect, if you want to see it sped up and slowed down (and you have a strong enough stomach not to get motion sick just watching it). You can check that out here. Annie Leibovitz On Getting The Shot--And The Future Of Photography. As one of the world’s most renowned photographers, Annie Leibovitz’s work is instantly recognizable and those lucky enough to be her subjects are elevated to the realm of fantasy. Her most fantastical work to date--the ongoing "Dream Portraits" campaign for Disney Parks that casts Hollywood A-Listers as fabled characters--was the subject of a recent talk that brought the legendary photographer to the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity recently. The work, she said, was emblematic of what happens when an agency and a brand allow an artist the freedom to ply her craft. Aside from unpacking the process of how that campaign--created by agency Mcgarrybowen and featuring David Beckham as Prince Charming, Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella, Russell Brand as Captain Hook and Angelina Jolie as the evil queen Maleficent--came to life, Leibovitz also took some time to answer questions about her work as a whole.

I think photography is stronger and better than ever before. Surrealismo fotográfico y de acuarela. Written on Feb 24, 2014 // Arte, Diseño, Photo. Con sede en Massachusetts la fotógrafa Aliza Razell ha combinado la acuarela con sus fotos y autorretratos para crear series, que llama “reflexivas”, bajo el nombre de “Anesidora” y “ikävä” cuenta historias, las de una chica que tiene poderes y provoca explosiones de arcoiris y por otro lado la nostalgia aparece en “ikävä” palabra de origen finlandés que significa expresar y sentir que algo o alguien nos hace falta.

Abstracción, historias, acuarela, photoshop, arte y surrealismo forman el trabajo de Razell a quien le gusta explorar diversas técnicas mismas que podrán ver en su perfil de Flickr donde hay toda una variedad de fotografías y ambas series completas. También podría interesarte: 3 | Annie Leibovitz On Getting The Shot--And The Future Of Photography. As one of the world’s most renowned photographers, Annie Leibovitz’s work is instantly recognizable and those lucky enough to be her subjects are elevated to the realm of fantasy. Her most fantastical work to date--the ongoing "Dream Portraits" campaign for Disney Parks that casts Hollywood A-Listers as fabled characters--was the subject of a recent talk that brought the legendary photographer to the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity recently. The work, she said, was emblematic of what happens when an agency and a brand allow an artist the freedom to ply her craft.

Aside from unpacking the process of how that campaign--created by agency Mcgarrybowen and featuring David Beckham as Prince Charming, Scarlett Johansson as Cinderella, Russell Brand as Captain Hook and Angelina Jolie as the evil queen Maleficent--came to life, Leibovitz also took some time to answer questions about her work as a whole. I think photography is stronger and better than ever before. Photomandalas. This post represents a departure from my usual material. My focus has been on enhancing the “straight” photograph, and although I am known as a photo-digital illustrator, I normally don’t write about special effects or other visual tricks.

I have never written about Photo-Mandalas before, though I have been experimenting with this technique for quite a while, and I’ve used it extensively in my Tarot card series. The following technique allows you to generate symmetrical abstract compositions from any image. There are endless variations of this but I will outline only the most basic approach using the following image as a starting point.

Here is our starting point - interesting but hardly stellar! I was intrigued by the arrow shape here, but by itself, the image is only mediocre. Duplicate the Background to a new layer and then canvas out the document to be 200% wider – expanding to the left. Select: Edit-> Transform-> Flip Horizontal This is already more interesting than the original. Mirrored Reflections Juxtaposed with Natural Landscapes.

Photographer Daniel Kukla is an artist who finds great fascination in the concept of natural borders of land, set edge to edge, that compliment and conflict with each other at the same time. After receiving an artist residency from the U.S. National Park Service in southern California, Kukla decided to capture this contrast in a project entitled The Edge Effect. This effect, defined as the juxtaposition of boundaries between different natural habitats such as a forest and an urban development, creates an interesting visual phenomenon. During his time in California, Kukla hiked around Joshua Tree National Park in order to capture this anomaly that he observed throughout the terrain.

Using just a mirror and an easel, the artist set up compositions in which mirrored reflections were set amongst natural landscapes. The results are these stunning painterly squares, set side by side within a contrasting environment. Daniel Kukla's website via [Visual News] Maria Aparicio Puentes. About the Artist Maria Aparicio Puentes is a Chilean architect and artist. Her current body of work features other photographers’ images that she stitches connections over. “For me, this image has certain geometric patterns, sequences and elements that in my mind, are asking to be connected. “ Maria Aparicio Puentes’ Website Maria Aparicio Puentes’ Flickr.