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Harold, this is really cool stuff--the images look "sculptural." You get
very caught up in the shapes and the positive/negative space and forget, on
some, that you're seeing hands.
Did you do these with a regular camera or a digital? Were they altered with
photoshop or some similar program??
I've just started experimenting with the manipulation of digital images with
photoshop and then doing simple animation with some. I'm such a newbie with
this sort of thing, but I'd love to learn more, and I'm pleased with my
results so far. I have a few of them posted on my website
http://www.bigfoot.com/~artrageous in the "my artwork" section.
I have no "regular" photography skills, but the digital camera that I bought
last fall has been incredible. Mainly I've used it to photograph my
students' work, and it's just been in the last month or so that I've started
doing "artsy" things with it.
Thanks for sharing your work. I really do enjoy seeing the creations of
other art teachers :-)
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