Your Challenge if you choose to accept it is to produce a Jigsaw Collage
A jigsaw collage allows us a different way to extend our creativity in a new direction. Bunching groups of individual parts to produce one image. A simple explanation would be to photograph a fork, then a knife and a plate individually, then combine the three or more images as a collage to produce one image.
If you want to you can just copy this idea, that’s fine because it’s all about learning the technique.
The method is up to you; That is you can use any instant camera such a Polaroid, then digitally photograph the final product. You could use an Analogue film camera if you have the time and that’s your groove. Post processing with layers or a collage program. Im sure amongst this very creative group there’s other ways to, that will surface This week.
The Polaroid approach by nie_san_
I suggest initially a simpler approach combining fewer objects. But if you feel competent to take it further, then go for it. Recent challenges can supply us with ideas that are easily accessible during lockdown such as Eric’s tools challenge. When I say tools of course the tools of your trade or hobby. Standard household utensils. You’re free to choose your choice of Jigsaw collage no matter how bizarre.
David Hockney, a Master Class in this method (Link below)
As always remember to have fun, be creative and out of the box interpretations are encouraged.
The friendly community guidelines are pretty simple:
- Please follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines at all times.
- Take a new photo for the current weekly theme, not something from your back catalog or someone elses image.
- Post your photo each week to our active communities on Facebook or Flickr (or both). Tag the photo: #trevorcarpenterphotochallenge #2020photochallenge #photochallenge #tempusaura
- Trevor Carpenter Photo Challenge is fun and easy.
- Post your photo during the week of Sunday 26th April and Saturday 2nd May.
- Please remember to comment on at least FIVE photo submissions this week by answering the question why? in your comments. In other words, why do I like (or not like) this photo? or why did this photo catch my eye?