March 27, 2008

High Contrast Images

I have been busy, but I don't have any finished projects to share. I've been working on some high contrast images that I will use to make either a Photo EZ or Thermofax screens. I'm curious to see what the difference is between the screens, so I'm going to make both types of screens from one image and print a sample of each. Sounds like it will be a fun project.
Here are few of the many possibilities I've come up with. I have no idea how these will come out. The screens I've made in the past were very simple, bold and graphic, nothing at all like these images.
Which image do you think will make the best print and why?
I love the pattern and textures in these old doorways.
The bars on these windows provide a wonderful linear pattern.

Nature always provides a wide variety of interesting textures.


StegArt said...

I have no suggestion for you on which would look best as I think all the photos are great. I look forward to your results.

Sandy said...

I like the door at the top on the left. Don't know if it will work-just like it. I haven't heard of the PhotoEZ

Lora Martin said...

I like the doors the best, but I think the flower on the right will make the best PhotoEZ screen. Will you use them for backgrounds or stand alone images?

Judy H in NC said...

All the way down I like the pic on the right.

On the doors, the contrast of the vertical grain in the wood versus the horizonal stripes of the brick.

The window....I like the window with the blackness around it. Makes you wonder that kind of room you are in.

On the flowers, the daisy has such strong lines to it.