There are two types of Photo Mosaics This Photo-Mosaic was created by This Photo-Mosaic is also considered to be Robert Silvers by taking an image, Photographic Collage. It was created by organizing it into thousands of small David Hockney by taking many photographs rectangles and replacing each and attaching them to create one whole rectangle with a photograph that has image. Each of the photographs is of a similar color and value qualities. small portion of the subject, attached they will create the entire subject. DAVID HOCKNEY Merced River, Yosemite Valley 1982 DAVID HOCKNEY Telephone Pole, 1982 DAVID HOCKNEY Prehistoric Museum Near Palm Springs, 1982 DAVID HOCKNEY Robert Littman Floating In a Pool, 1982 DAVID HOCKNEY Photographing Annie Leibovitz While She Is Photographing Me, 1982 DAVID HOCKNEY Walking In The Zen Garden, Ryoanji Temple, Kyoto 1983 DAVID HOCKNEY Pearblossom Highway DAVID HOCKNEY Photographic Collage of his mother. • Choose a subject. • Take many photographs of small portions of that subject. • Make sure you took a photograph of all parts/areas in your subject/composition. • Print the photographs. • Piece them together and attach them to create your very own photo mosaic. OR • Upload all images into Photoshop, rotate and move each photo, adjusting the layers, to create your very own digital photo mosaic. PROJECT 1: PORTRAIT PROJECT 2: CHOICE • Choose a person that is • Choose an interesting important to you in some composition of a large way. area: Landscape, • Set your camera to the Architecture, Interior, etc. macro setting. • Take at least 15 • Take at least 6 close- photographs of this up/macro images of composition. portions of their face. • Create a large photo • Create small photo mosaic. mosaic.