Saturday, 14 March 2009

Photos on photos

Last time I was writing about increasing the brightness and decreasing the contrast of a photograph and using it as a background for something else. In that case I was talking about putting text on a slide. Here is an example of photographs place over another photographer and for good measure there is a black rectangle.

You can now see the effect of increasing brightness and decreasing contrast. It allows some background information. It sets the scene. One previous blog was about whether photography is 'correct'. Of course there is no view like this one. It is not 'correct' but that should not detract from the photograph and if you like it then this may be the one that ends up in the frame.

Happy snapping

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