I've been playing with doing photomontages again. When I got my first computer over twenty years ago, I began doing them -- mostly adult giants. But lately I've been manipulating photos to produce giant boys. I hope you enjoy them.
One of the difficulties I have in making a montage is matching the light of the giant with the light of the scene. A photo shot under studio lights will not really match a sunlit landscape in light temperature or shadows. I'm picky about it.
This giant boy seems very interested in the balloon -- similar to a drawing I did a few years ago.
I have been thinking of doing some montages again, but I spend a lot of time looking for a satisfactory mix of boy and background. I think this one works pretty well.
The picture shows Orlando as it looked about 1955, when I moved there. I wish I had seen this kid blocking Orange Avenue, though!
Crowds of blase New Yorkers are amazed at the sight of two giants on Central Park West. They were looking for a place to swim, but the lakes in Central park are little more than puddles to these titans! They'll have to go to the Hudson River and swim down to the Atlantic. But swimming in th Hudson? Yuch! Would even a giant want to do that? Too bad they won't fit in a subway train to Coney Island
Maybe the giant boy wants to play -- but maybe he wants to use the Frisbee as a plate for his lunch!
The little people are taking no chance, but what chance do they have?
A manipulation of a photograph.