REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Autobiographical Photo Art

Bonnie has invited Photo Art Friday contributors to create a piece of photo art that can be considered autobiographical.   I know this:  I really don't know what I'm doing when I'm combining/layering photographs!  I did manage to combine two "autobiographical" images:  one of the valley where I grew up and one of horses (so much a part of my youth).  All editing was achieved with PSE filter presets.

15 comments:

Carole M. said...

wow; quite the challenge there Evelyn; well done!

TexWisGirl said...

glad you mentioned the horses. i was looking at this as clouds. really nicely done!

Laura said...

The effect is pretty cool. I actually reminds me of a tapestry.

Bonnie said...

What a creative, neat effect!!

lisa said...

I think this is wonderful Evelyn!
I love the layers of color here.
Happy Sunday to you!

Marilyn said...

Very fun interpretation of memories.

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely work.

kareninkenai said...

Hi Evelyn -- really like the way the images "marriage" or flow together; with the horses hooves in the mountain area... grounds it all very well. The processing is great. Thanks so much. Karen (visiting from PAF)

Ida said...

This is nice. I love the colors and the way the horse appears to be running through the valley.

Candy C. said...

What a neat effect! :)

Vero said...

Very interesting.

Ms. Becky said...

I think it works very well and I really like the result. your header photo is fantastic - love the light and the flowing stream - you surely do live in a beautiful spot. It's nice to be back visiting my favorite blogs again. happy day to you Evelyn.

Nancy Claeys said...

I really quite like this, Ev. I'm like you in that I can't quite get the hang of combining photos. Something I need to work on. :)

ceevee said...

At first I didn't see the horses. But wow when I did! I think this is a Perfect example of your bio. How did you do the wavy look? Makes it even more interesting to me.

Michelle V. Alkerton said...

Very cool!
Stay inspired!