(Double Exposure, photographer unknown) I love this photograph because things like double exposure can say so much about a person. Though this photo in particular may not be one that gives a statement, it shows off two great photos and also can be an insight into the inner thoughts of this particular person. Not only that, but it looks great and is a unique design technique.
"Working with the Shadow is not working with evil, per se. It is working toward the possibility of greater wholeness. We will never experience healing until we can come to love our unlovable places, for they, too, ask love of us." James Hollis (☆ By Antonio Mora ☆)
Ukrainian photographer Anton Surkov creates a collection of perfectly timed black and white photographs. In the images, Surkov captures each unique jump, as clouds of white powder explode in the air around the remarkably fit, strong young models.
Double Exposure portrait. Older students can play with graphic design while focusing on introspection and self inquiry. i love that this assignment focus's on what makes you happy and entangling it with a silhouette self portrait. the students would be able to reflect and spend time, creating images of what makes them happy. this is my number one choice however i don't have many graphic design skills or the programs necessary.