Challenge: Cubism (Extended Editing)
Camera: Canon EOS-7D
Lens: Canon EF 28-105mm f/3.5-4.5 USM
Date: Sep 7, 2017
Date Uploaded: Sep 7, 2017
|A few months ago I painted an abstract portrait of my 17 year old son, I'm not an artist, but enjoy playing around with acrylic paint, or pastels, or simply with a piece of charcoal or a pencil.
As Cubism in portraits is based around seeing the face from different perspectives at the same time, I thought I'd take a profile shot of my son, as well as the painting and see whether I could marry the two images together. I was pleased with the result, but it was lacking something. I then overlayed an image with triangular shapes, which could be viewed as cubist, as a texture to achieve a more realistic cubism effect.
I am very new to Extended Editing, so this is technically quite simple, but I'm happy with the final result and hope that you like it!
Any and all comments are welcome.
Open 3 images (painting, photo and cubism texture)
Cut out profile
Adjust contrast,brightness in painting and photo
Paste profile onto painting
Adjust sizing and opacity
Use rubber to remove parts of profile to show painting below
Accentuate outlines, eyes, lips, ear
Merge and crop
Add texture layer, in which I increased the contrast
Resize for web
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