Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Altered Photography: Jazzing up Colorless Dull Photos


 

Do-Something-Everyday, May 3, 2016

For today's project, I took a rather dingy photo that I took of the fountain in the Piazza della Rotonda in front of Pantheon in Rome (bottom photo, above) and altered it into this dynamic image (top photo, above).
This was a four-sided fountain with four human fountain heads. However, on the day I took the photo, water was flowing out of only one. I used  mostly Faber-Castell brushes and black and white gel pens to add the effects. In the original photo, there was no water flowing out of the human head. I added water also. Overall, the altered photo turned out impressively fearsome, I think.







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11 comments:

  1. Fun alteration!Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

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  2. That is COOL! I love the dramatic feel you achieved through your alterations of the photograph. Blessings!

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  3. Great fun photo and very creatively altered. Love the water effect!
    Happy PPF to you

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  4. Adding color and enhancing photo's is fun to do and to see!! Inspiring and interesting!!

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  5. This is an amazing fountain. I would love to see it in person. Adding the color sure makes a difference. Well done.

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  6. your altered version is just fabulous Indira!

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  7. Very interesting and unique technique! I really like the coloration.

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  8. That is very interesting. I like what you did with the photo! Wow!

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  9. Wonderful work with your camera! Kool alterations too! HPPF!!!

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  10. Great alterations. Yes, it is extremely more dramatic

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