Multi-Photo Imagineering

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Multi-Photo Imagineering

Multi-Photo Imagineering is the process of identifying elements out of multiple photographs that can be assembled into one photograph satisfying a clients needs.

In this project a new object is being added to the photo base to create an imagined image.

Once the new base photo is created, several steps are taken with snapshots saved along the way. These snapshots offer different stylings of the new photo. The different stylings were made to offer the client options for which style they feel more relates to the look and feel that the new photo is to have.

Single Photo Imagineering

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This is an example of a
Single Photo Imagineering

With Single-Photo Imagineering the process is simply taking a single image and re-working it to satisfy a clients needs.

In this project a photo base was used to create an imagined image, like one that might resemble a backdrop of a small town used for a model train setup.

From the base photo several steps are taken with snapshots saved along the way. These snapshots make it easy to step back and try another path. Ultimately after various changes and some trial and error we end up with Tiny Town.

Single Photo Imagineering

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This is an example of a
Single Photo Imagineering

Here is another example of Single-Photo Imagineering.

We had a little fun with this project, here we took the base photo and used it create an imagined image of a Big Foot sighting.

Here again from the base photo several steps are taken with snapshots saved along the way. Like before these snapshots make it easy to step back and try another path. Ultimately after various changes and some trial and error we end up with our Big Foot sighting.