WHAT IS A COMPOSITE IMAGE?
COMPOSITING is the combining of visual elements from separate sources into single images, often to create the illusion that all those elements are part of the same scene.
Unlike a multiple exposure where separate images are made on the same frame. The purpose is usually to make the combined images look as though they were a part of the same scene.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
WHAT A COMPOSITE IS
HOW TO CREATE A SIMPLE COMPOSITE
HOW TO CREATE A SINGLE IMAGE COMPOSITE
HOW TO SELECT AN IMAGE OR IMAGES FOR A COMPOSITE
HOW TO CREATE A MONTAGE
YOU'LL ALSO LEARN THE FOLLOWING:
ABOUT THE COMPOSITE AS A NARRATIVE
THE COMPOSITE IN PORTRAITURE
THE COMPOSITE IN LIGHT PAINTING
OTHER TYPES OF COMPOSITES, SUCH AS
High Dynamic Range images
Our Presenter - Chuck Almarez:
- Degree from Brooks institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, CA
- Master's Degree in Digital Photography at the School of Visual Arts in
New York City.
- Owns and operates a commercial photography studio and gallery (Fire
and Light Gallery in Clinton Forge)
- Teaches photography courses at Dabney S. Lancaster Community
College in Clifton Forge and Blue Ridge Community College in Wyers
To see some of Chuck's photos, go to: