For this project I used the lasso tool and went around my lips. I selected my lips and made them larger so that they were bigger. Next I looked up cartoon eyes and I cut them out and put them over my eyes and enlarged them. This is my disproportionate portrait!
For this project I got a picture of a landscape off of google so I could place a bunch of random objects on the photo. I put eyes and a pair of lips on the grass. Next I added ice cream mountains and behind the ice cream mountains I put a haunted face. I blended the face, the eyes, and the lips into the photo by selecting the eraser tool and I turned down the opacity. This is my surrealist landscape!
For this project I looked up a photo that is repetitive. I took the photo to photo shop and I looked at the size of the image. I wanted mine to be 5x5 so I multiplied my images height and width by 5. This is what my project looked like when I finished.
For this project I took a famous art piece and then I took a photo of myself in photobooth. After I took my photo I place the art piece and my photo in photoshop. I then placed my face on the lady of the piece and blended it in by changing the lighting, color, and opacity. This was what it looked like when I was finished!
For this project I looked up a black and white photo of an eye. I found a really realistic skin tone color and turned the opacity down. I wanted a really pretty blue eye. I found a really pretty blue and turned the opacity down and put it around the pupil of the eye. I colored around the blue with a white with a low opacity. This is the finished result of my project!
For this project I picked a brown dirt like color and brought it's opacity down. After finding a brown I liked I put it on the mountain portion of the photo. For the sky I chose I light blue and also changed the opacity a little bit as well. This was my overall result!
For this project I took a photo in photo booth and took the background out. Afterwards I looked up really cool and fun backgrounds to put behind myself. I placed them behind me in photoshop in a collage sort of looking way. This was how my self portrait montage turned out!