Sunday, March 11, 2012

Maggie Taylor

“Using 19th century tin-types, photographs, and images, she scanned them on a flatbed scanner. She then combines them with some other images that she photographed, acquired, or other objects that she scanned. These images are then composed, combined, and colorized by using the Adobe Photoshop program. In a typical image composed by Taylor, there can be as many as 40-60+ layers." Article by Douglas Eby. Link here to read more.

A lot more to see on the website. Link here.

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