Surrealism with Digital Photography
Students Use Photo Editing Skills to Create a Surreal ImageI'm teaching my digital photography students some new techniques to photo editing and focusing on how to superimpose one image into another. I've also taken this as an opportunity for them to show me their weird side and introduce them to Surrealism. I've asked that they create a surreal image by superimposing a minimum of four images together (they had to take a minimum of one of the photographs and the others could be "found"). I offered a box of toys and random props to use to their own personal photography contribution in the assignment. The results are beyond hilarious! I absolutely love how funny they are and much fun the kids had while they made them! I highly recommend this lesson!
Here are a few of their surreal images they've created. I am only posting the ones without their faces in them.
Unfortunately I cannot site where my students got the images they put together. They were to be photographer of at least one of the photos used but the others could be found online. I did not have them site where they got the images from, only that they submit an original copy of the image to me digitally. In the future, I would ask them to site the found photographs so I could give credit where credit is due.