Tuesday 12 November goes into history as ‘My Play Day’. I’m still exploring different techniques in photo processing. I know what I want and also know it’s a long road of achievement. I can see my own style in the distance but still have to hone (refine) my skills. During this historical day I’ve been merely working on monochromes (with a few exceptions) and in such a way that the result sometimes leans towards graphics. What you see in this series is not really extraordinary; it’s just one of those phases I have to go through….. Leanne Cole is so right in mentioning picking up ideas (etc.) here and there but never copy; just for the evolvement towards your true own ‘image’; in my case ‘Imaginaries‘.
Referring to yesterdays posting herewith another self-reflection. The thumbnails below tell you how this picture was compiled. Simple but with severe troubles with inverse/refine to get it exactly right. From left (mainframe) to right (last addition) how I fitted it all together. For the colour edition of the cropped self-portrait I had to choose first the layer of the mainframe picture before I could ‘hide’ it a bit.
And with the second thumbnail from the right as mainframe added with a inversed/refined picture of a bird in the water (see thumbnail at the bottom) plus the same bird picture filtered plus inversed/refined resulted in this ‘quicky’: