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Surreal Photography: Creating the Impossible

Daniela Bowker

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Photographic equipment & techniques, Prose: non-fiction

Ever since Man Ray imposed the sound holes of a violin onto his model's back, photographers have been enthusiastic practitioners of surreal art. Now with the advent of high-quality digital photo-manipulation the possibilities for creativity have become infinite. This book reveals the latest techniques in the field of surreal photography and features art from a host of the very best modern surreal photographers.

- Breaks down the shooting and editing process so any photographer can make their own impossible images

- With processing walkthroughs from contributing artists including Natalie Dybisz, Julie de Waroquier and Sarolta Ban

- Step-by-step instructions for creating extraordinary scenes

- Covers many different styles, from impossible landscapes to unsettling portraits

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Daniela Bowker

Daniela Bowker, author and curator of this book, is a noted photography journalist and photographer with a keen eye for digital art. She is co-author of Ilex's Photo School: Composition and a featured writer on the popular photography blog

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