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David Hockney. Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I have an idea in my mind kind of like this but not quite, my idea would not have the photographed element so clearly defined with just jagged edges, thinking may also use some Photoshop coloring or sponge or spray paint??

David Hockney. Brooklyn Bridge, 1982 Photographic collage - I have an idea in my mind kind of like this but not quite, my idea would not have the photographed element so clearly defined with just jagged edges, thinking may also use some Photoshop coloring or sponge or spray paint??

David Hockney I like this digital montage because it's very unusual. The colour scheme is subtle but bold. This is a successful photomontage because the image itself really stands out

David Hockney I like this digital montage because it's very unusual. The colour scheme is subtle but bold. This is a successful photomontage because the image itself really stands out

One of my favourite Hockney paintings. I like the way he brings significance to a mundane road view by taking a selection of individual photographs which hone in on detail. The photos also give a great texture & different perspective

One of my favourite Hockney paintings. I like the way he brings significance to a mundane road view by taking a selection of individual photographs which hone in on detail. The photos also give a great texture & different perspective

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Cos’ è la Controra?

Photographer Mareen Fischinger invites you to see the world from her point of view. She takes hundreds of individual photographs of one subject all from the same perspective. Then, she creates semi-transparent layers that overlap onto themselves until they make a complete picture. She calls it panography. "These are not panoramas in the normal sense," …

Fascinating Photo Collages

Photographer Mareen Fischinger invites you to see the world from her point of view. She takes hundreds of individual photographs of one subject all from the same perspective. Then, she creates semi-transparent layers that overlap onto themselves until they make a complete picture. She calls it panography. "These are not panoramas in the normal sense," …

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