Photo Collage


Human brain can capture still life as motion and can imagine a plain as dimensional. David Hockney’s collage technique is related to this psychological ability. Compared to cubism painting, photographs can show more depth in their image which makes an image more interesting. The technique is to show the world capturing as two dimensional but it looks four dimensional. Collaging photos that are overlapped each other creates lots of view point from different location and different time. Collaging photos next to each other creates the feeling of time going by.
The photo is my photo collage. Having thin space between each photographs helps to show time flow, different perspective.


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