Thursday, 21 March 2013


I solarised some of the images from my second film as the compositions were more complex. The solarisation of the images worked better than the first film as there was more highlights and shadows to solarise. As the images are more complex it makes the image visually more interesting and makes you think more about what is in the composition. As there is no right or wrong way to solarise there are many different outcomes. The two differences I get are when the image completely inverts and becomes more black where as the other way it comes out more silver looking. 
The image below is one of my favourite solarisations as the composition is visually interesting and the way it has solarised as parts have become darker and others have becomes more silver.

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