Digital Photography and Design Portfolio By: Parker Lawson

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Digital Photography and Design Portfolio By: Parker Lawson Slide 2 Name Plate Slide 3 Line Photography Slide 4 Lines Lines Slide 5 Shape and Form Slide 6 Slide 7 Texture Slide 8 Slide 9 Space Slide 10 Slide 11 Value Slide 12 Mono with a splash Slide 13 Color Slide 14 Unity Slide 15 Repetition Slide 16 Emphasis Slide 17 Contrast Slide 18 Balance Slide 19 Impressionism Research Impressionists use loose open brush work Impressionists use loose open brush work Impressionists differ from easel artists and so they paint outside. Impressionists differ from easel artists and so they paint outside. Impressionists also used dashes and dabs of paint to form the edges. Impressionists also used dashes and dabs of paint to form the edges. Wanted to capture light at different parts of the day while painting outside. Wanted to capture light at different parts of the day while painting outside. Renoir wanted his painting to be accepted to be shown in the Salon. Renoir wanted his painting to be accepted to be shown in the Salon. Slide 20 Impressionism Photoshop Practice Slide 21 Impressionist Photoshop Project Slide 22 Ed Paschke Facts -Paschke grew up in Chicago with a fascinating appeal toward colors. -He was born June 22, 1939 -During his High School Career, Paschke struggled with academic classes but exceled in Art and in athletics. -Ed Paschke was released from the Army in November of 1964. -Paschke was influenced to be an artist, by his father. Slide 23 Ed Paschke In my Paschke portrait I used many different techniques. I used the rectangular marquee tool to create the colorful rectangles in the top left corner. I also used the circular marquee tool in the bottom right hand corner to brighten up the bottom of the picture with some circles. I used the bubble filler to create textures in the rectangles and in the background, behind my head. I also turned the whole picture into the filter, Hard Mix to create that Ed Paschke neon feel. Slide 24 Text Portrait Practice Slide 25 Text Portrait Project Slide 26 Black and White Op Art Slide 27 Practice Black and White Op Art Slide 28 Slide 29 Primary Colors Slide 30 Secondary colors Slide 31 Complementary colors Opposites on the color wheel. Slide 32 Intensity Refers to the brightness of a color. To lower the intensity of a color, mix it with its complement. Slide 33 Tint Any color plus white. Slide 34 Shade Any color plus black. Slide 35 Warms and Cool colors The top row are col colors and the bottom three are warm colors. Slide 36 Analogous colors Colors that sit side by side each other in the color wheel. (red & orange and Blue & Green) Slide 37 Final Color 3D Op Art Slide 38 Op art research Op art was made to bring tricks to the eye, with different shapes and 3D looking objects. Op art was made to bring tricks to the eye, with different shapes and 3D looking objects. Op art became famous and into the art world in the mid 1960s. Op art became famous and into the art world in the mid 1960s. The UK was where the this type of artwork became popular. The UK was where the this type of artwork became popular. Op art is made by using different shapes and colors to trick the eye. Op art is made by using different shapes and colors to trick the eye. Some famous artist of Op Art include Salvador Dali. Some famous artist of Op Art include Salvador Dali. Slide 39 Juxtaposition Juxtaposition is transforming two or more objects into one. Slide 40 Fragmentation Creating two layers and cutting wholes into them to create a layering effect. Slide 41 Distort Practice Changing or transforming an object or picture to look a different way. Slide 42 Disguising Practice Use of hidden images obscure the quality of an object by camouflaging Slide 43 Dislocation Placing an object out of its natural environment and into an unusual setting. Slide 44 Surrealism Slide 45 Surrealism Research Andre Breton started Surrealism in 1924. Andre Breton started Surrealism in 1924. Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings. Most popular in Paris by many French people. Began in the early 1920s. Slide 46 Typography Practice Slide 47 Typography Exercise 2 Slide 48 Typography Exercise 3 Slide 49 Typography Exercise 4 Slide 50 Typography project Slide 51 Magazine Cover Slide 52 Hockney Collage Slide 53 Hockney Research Born in Bradford in 1937 Born in Bradford in 1937 Makes photo collages that depict nature. Makes photo collages that depict nature. Studied at Bradford School of Art. Studied at Bradford School of Art. Many of his paintings depict his family Many of his paintings depict his family Began painting and making art on his iPhone or iPad Began painting and making art on his iPhone or iPad