Here is my Final Piece of my project into Multiple Images.
I finished creating my portraits here, I plan next to combine a landscape with these sequence of portraits.
Idris Khan uses in his work diverse cultural sources including literature, history, art, music and religion, he investigates memory, creativity and the layering of experience in his work. Idris does this by densely layering imagery to create abstract photographs.
Here I copied David Hockney’s work with people, I took multiple images of my model in the same position but my camera moving around her to take photographs at many different angles. I then placed my close up images onto a large single portrait arranging them to appear as if you can see around the sides of the image.
I tried to recreate Pep Ventosa’s style, here I took multiple images walking around the same object such as a telephone box and a palm tree here, on Photoshop I placed each image on top of each other and change the opacity so that each image on top of the other is 5% less opacity then the one below it.
Paul uses urban cityscape environments to create his artworks, he is inspired by the abstractions of architecture and machinery in urban landscapes. By layering different photographs on top of one another subtle changes occur that can enrich or create new colours and forms and create an abstract cityscape.
“I use photography to record the meeting of the abstract and the tangible using light, shade, perspective and texture. By combining old and new objects, materials and architectural styles I invite the viewer to be curious and to investigate the imagery more closely.”