Digital Photography with
a painting look.
The image that illustrates this article is part of a personal project under the title Discovering Madonne. To create this type of artworks I have used a mixed technique of acrylic paint with digital photography. The main idea in this collection is to capture the sensual movement of the human body. Showing in each case the precise moment of its movement.
In the postproduction phase, I worked with several textures to hide part of the model’s body, giving it a certain mystery, fixed in time, revealing its sculptural character. Take a look at my Concept Art section to see more photographic ideas where I have used this technique.
Framed as an Art Gallery.
The right choice.
To show a quality Art Gallery look, the material used must be of high quality, either using a passepartout (acid-free) as in the upper left image or with a special finishing material. This is the case of (dibond with aluminum frame), it gives the artwork greater rigidity and elegance without the need for an additional frame.
The surface has a smooth and shiny finish that enhances the colors, giving the image an impressive painting look. As in the image that illustrates this article. In addition, when the photography is hanging on the wall, it gives the impression that it is floating because the aluminum frame separates it a minimum of 1 cm.
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