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Photography & Surrealism

The magazine brief’s aim is to contradict the conventional woman’s magazine in favour for a more clean cut, surrealist/ geometric style to reflect the nature of the content… so I’m looking at Surrealist style photography/photo editing for inspiration…   This is part of a fashion spread by Hamish Duda. I like how the photography has been cut […]

The magazine brief’s aim is to contradict the conventional woman’s magazine in favour for a more clean cut, surrealist/ geometric style to reflect the nature of the content… so I’m looking at Surrealist style photography/photo editing for inspiration…

 

surrealist photography

This is part of a fashion spread by Hamish Duda. I like how the photography has been cut and cropped, making it look less conventional.

Source: Hamish Duda

 

geometric photo

 

I love this geometrically manipulated photo and how it has been edited to mess with your mind a bit.

Source: Tumblr…

 

geometric photo 2

Another example of geographic manipulation, this time using more than one image, to create an interesting and quite surreal composition.

Source: Tumblr… 

 

 




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