low res images on wood
This is a discussion on low res images on wood within the Experimental Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; this is what kept me busy for a while. i shot the model and superimposed the violincello in the bg and enlarged it to 30X40 ...
this is what kept me busy for a while. i shot the model and superimposed the violincello in the bg and enlarged it to 30X40 inches and applied a straightline screen at 3.5 lines per inch making the lightest part about 3/8 of an inch wide and had it printed and stripped it one by one and glued it to the edges of about 120 strips of 3/8 x 2 x 30 wood and carved out all the black areas. after carving, i glued all the strips consecutively on a piece of 30x40 marine plywood and the photo on the right is the result. the space beyween them creates shadows that gives an illusion of the image.
05-13-2011 05:26 AM
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I'm not totally sure I understand ALL of the steps taken to create the second image, but I certainly like the results. I also admire your creativity and dedication to what must have been a very time consuming project. Thanks for sharing.
hi, suesue, thank you for your comments. yes it is very time consuming, you must have a lot of patience. it takes about a month to finish one. product of 'old age' and staying at home.
Taking photos that please me, but if you like them too then it's a bonus!