David Hockney is an English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. He was a contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960's. Considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. He's known for his collages and paintings.
I chose this magazine because i like vogue. I like their articles about fashion and other things. I looked up
The image “Park Bench” was taken at the duck pond for the HDR photography project. The compositional rule is rule of thirds, because the bench was the main focus, but it was off to the side and not in the center of the image. I used a Nikon D5300 and an 18-140 mm lens to take the photo. To create this image I went into Photoshop and opened up the image and then combined all the five images I took of the same subject. Once I did that I got rid of any ghosts and made the photo more saturated which created the pop of bright colors from the trees and bench. My image was chosen to be in Division 4702-San Diego County Lifestyles because of the color of the image is eye catching and it reflects the nature of San Diego at the Duck pond. It was printed on an HP P1606dn printer; the paper was Epson Glossy Photo Paper.
Song: "You" by Keyshia Cole
You just played me for the last time
I'm done dealing with you
Keep coming with the same lines
Everything but the truth
How I created this image was I took the photo from above as the background image, then dragged the photo on the left on top of the background. Then I added a layer mask, used the brush tool to erase the poster behind Lucas. Next I looked at one of the tutorials from the page that Mrs. Moncure provided for us. I was originally going to make Kimberly sort of burn away, but I didn't have the ashes n' embers brush set. So in the process of making her burn away. Instead i just kept going back and forth from filter to blur, motion blur, gaussian blur etc. Once I was happy with the blur look,
Mandala is like a tessellation but circular. How I created the mandala was by first opening the template and then the photo to make the mandala. I used the magic wand tool to select one of the little triangles in the template, drag it to the photo and choose a certain area of the photo. Once Im happy with the selected area i press command + c to cut that part out. Then I go back to the template click the selected triangle and press command + v to paste the cut image there. Then I duplicate that layer and flip it horizontal, rotate it and then repeat the process with the rest. My favorite image was the last masala I made. What I liked about this was creating the mandala, the way it turned out in the end was pretty cool. If I had to do it over again, what I'd do differently is take a better picture, probably something that has a lot going on in the photo.