David Hockney is an English artist that pretty much invented his own style of art. Hockney always had an interest in art like things. Hockney was born in Bradford, England on July 9, 1937. He was raised under parents who found education to be really important and after finishing primary school, Hockney attended the Royal College of art and stayed there for 3 years. After teaching at another college, he began to sell some of his work. The most famous of Hockney's work is his "joiners".
what I did to make the pictures was I opened up photoshop, I opened the picture I wanted and dragged more of the same image on the original and gradually made them smaller to a leading area. What I did to emulate Hockney's style was kind of the abstractness. David's photos are very interesting and create an image with other images. What I did was made an abstract sort of photo with other layers on it making it look like a movie.
I chose the magazine I did because i enjoy the rolling stones and all the cool celebrities they have in their magazines. What I did to emulate the style was making a cool pose and just being happy. I used regular bolded font because that is what rolling stones uses.
This image was taken in the living room but I had later edited it in photo shop. The composition rule I used was symmetry. The type of camera I used was a Nikon D5300 with a 18- 140mm lens. To create this photo I used Adobe Photoshop on the Apple Macs we have in our classrooms. My photo is Monochrome because the lights contrast with the black making the lights pop even more. My teacher has printed it on Epson Glossy Photo Paper on the E[son P800 digital printer.
Sky Might Fall by Kid Cudi. "The skylight fall, but I'm not worried at all" i chose this song to go with this photo because in the photo we are all in our own worlds and the universe is behind us yet we are happy and just living life.