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Composite work is the process of combining two or more photos to create a final 'merged' image.

The composite below is made up of a photo of a model (Rosie Fielding) taken in my former studio in Rochdale in September 2009 - make up by Magda Haroon - and a photo I took of an old clock in a garden in Hornsea in September 2016

 

Eye Time

Eye Time

The composite below is made up of a photo I took of an old clock in a garden in Hornsea in September 2016 and two other photos. The photo of the model in the background (Carly Peacock) was taken in a cellar in Rochdale in November 2008. The photo of the model in the clock face (Andrea Dawson) was taken at her flat in Rochdale in March 2009.

 

Clock Face

Clock Face

The composite below is made up of a photo I took of an old boot ornament in a garden in Hornsea in September 2016. The photo of the model (Carly Peacock) was taken in a cellar in Rochdale in November 2008.

 

Lilliput Peek-a-Boot

Lilliput Peek-a-Boot

The composite below is made up of a photo I took of Cassie McDowell at Hollingworth Lake in Littleborough in 2008 and three other photos. The explosion photo was taken in Southport in September 2012. The other two photos are from a series I took in Rochdale town centre, one in April 2014 of the Broadwater Centre being demolished, the other in July 2014 of the bus station being demolished.

 

Apocalypse

Apocalypse

The composite below is made up of photo I took of Pauline in Northumberland in 2009 and then elements from a further seven photos (taken in Anglesey, Blackpool, Bury and Southport from 2012 to 2015) blended to create this 'surreal' seaside composite.

 

Surreal Seaside

Surreal Seaside

The composite below is made up of a photo I took of Ella Rose in Oxford in August 2009 and the background is a stock photo I purchased a licence to use. The aim was to create an 'old masters' feel.

 

The Mistress

The Mistress

The composite below is made up of a photo I took of Anita in my studio in December 2009 and the background is a stock photo I purchased a licence to use. The key was creating realistic shadows on the floor and the wall.

 

The Wall

The Wall

The composite below is made up of a photo I took of my son Isaac Journeaux and the background is a stock photo I purchased a licence to use. The original photo was taken in my (modern) hallway as Isaac was about to set off on a school trip to a Victorian museum and I liked the shot so much I decided it deserved a more appropriate background.

 

The Wall

Victorian Isaac

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