Digital Collage * iPhoneography * Photography * Altered Art * Fine Art * Photo Fusion * Color Merge * Experimental Photography * An art and photography blog with something for every interest. I use Paint Shop Pro X and Paint Shop Pro X2, as well as Adobe Photoshop CS4 to create my digital collages. Please do not copy the images on this blog without permission. For further information please email me. All of my artwork is Copyright Peggi Meyer Graminski 2005-2016; other images remain the copyright of their original owners.


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Sunday, February 19, 2006

No Hidden Meaning Part II


Just playing around with textures & composition =)

By Me

Today

6 comments:

the.chronicler said...

Interesting (like the last one).

Leonard Sadorf said...

I like what you've been doing lately, especially the Maritime Mirage from a few days back. Excellent stuff!

Keith said...

As i have said recently I am Not able to comment much as I am consistently amazed at what you produce. I may start just commenting on the odd one i dont get or dont like as much as it would be easier than commenting on the ones i really like. I asked before but couldnt find if you had answered, with your collages in particular are they all PS type creations, because they look as if you actually photograph a collage/collection of sorts and then play with it further.

Peggi Meyer Graminski said...

Thanks Ted & Leo - I very much appreciate your comments =)

Keith, my images are really all different - some are straight out photos, others are collages or paintings that I've used Paint Shop Pro to enhance, and others are photos I've manipulated through Paint Shop Pro (sometimes totally creating something entirely different from the original image). I get so wrapped up into the ones I manipulate that I honestly couldn't even begin to describe a process for each one. I hope this info helps somewhat - I really appreciate your thoughtful comments and critiques =)

Keith said...

Thanks

Anonymous said...

i find it amazing how much creativity you show in your work.keep it up