I like that Doug.
Magic Realism in Photoshop.
Or Digital Magical Realism
It’s a different world out there.
You might be interested in my 3-D work.
All the objects in this image were digitally modeled. The only photographs used were close up textures that were applied to the “virtual” objects, and of course, the photo and the book cover So, this realism never existed anywhere in the “real” world, only within the pixels of these computers.
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From: Douglas Barbour <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Fri, 20 May 2005 08:11:28 -0600
Subject: Re: Always.............................
I partly wonder along with Ken, Peter. But also where the impulse came
Neat. A kind of magic realism in photoshop? I was at a lecture on
'realism in the cinema' last night, where the lecturer differentiated
between 'technical realism' & 'thematic realism' & showed how they did
not necessarily connect. So that this can look 'real' (in that it is a
photo (which once upon a time meant, yes, that's what I'd see if I was
there)) & yet not be really 'real' is an interesting development of the
On 19-May-05, at 1:18 PM, Ken Wolman wrote:
> Peter Ciccariello wrote:
>> Thanks Ken. I appreciate you taking a look.
> PhotoRealist forever, I ask "What is it?" For some weird reason I
> free-associate E. A. Poe. Yes, I need a day off. Really...the whole
> process of manipulating digital images fascinates me. I'm totally
> intimidated by Photoshop, which I gather is an indispensible tool for
> people who work with digital images.
> Kenneth Wolman
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Words cling to other words
As we have seen, although even these are
Migratory and the forgotten shows through as correction.
This noun has been defunct for centuries.