Photo manipulations are a renouned art form where photographs are digitally altered, combined, and rearranged to emanate new and mostly surreal images. They can turn really complex, though as artist and photographer Stephen McMennamy shows in his “Combo Photos,” infrequently formulating a surreal picture is as easy as adhering dual photos together.
As we can see, McMennamy creates no try to censor a fact that these images are combined by digitally rupturing dual photos in half and putting them together to form a new image.
The shapes and colors are lined up, though it’s really transparent that you’re looking during dual opposite images.
Still, a forms come together to emanate a new, mostly humorous creation.
Some of a combos make a statement, though some, like this one, are only uncanny for weird’s sake.
McMennamy says himself that this picture doesn’t make a lot of sense, though that’s because he likes it.
McMennamy takes some of a images used to emanate his Combo Photos, and infrequently he collaborates with other photographers. Other times, he draws impulse from what’s around to emanate his images.
This picture was desirous by a H2O building nearby McMennamy’s hometown of Atlanta.
The picture of a H2O building was prisoner around drone.
The splits don’t only have to be horizontal.
(via Twisted Sifter)
When formulating these images, McMennamy tries to mix things that competence not be illusory as going together, though still work perfectly. It’s a whole new approach to demeanour during a world!
You can see some-more of McMennamy’s Combo Photos on his website, as good as on Tumblr and Instagram, and learn some of a humorous backstories behind them.
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