Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Intricate image presentations, part of Advanced Photography: Diptychs, Triptychs, and Aspect Ratios.
- [Instructor] Now as we begin to think about…diptychs and triptychs, it's probably spurred…your imagination to think, "well isn't this unlimited?…Can't we just keep pushing the boundaries…of how to present work?"…And of course the answer is yes.…I'm going to use Bayphoto, a lab I like to work with,…to illustrate some different ideas.…So if we go to their website, they have something…called Wall Clusters and Splits.…And the first thing I want to do is…click on Clusters versus Splits…and I want you to see the difference.…Now, a cluster, they have represented on the left,…they have four squares put together,…which I think is very effective,…and they're four individual images.…
And they're presented as a family.…The split on the right is a single image…separated into four squares.…So when we were looking at diptychs triptychs,…we did that, right?…We split the Seattle skyline,…even though it was one image,…so that would be called a split,…and then we created a cluster of the triptych…of the EMP building.…So same idea, clusters and splits.…
In this course, photographer and educator Justin Reznick explores your options, covering both the aesthetic issues and Photoshop techniques used to make more interesting compositions. Learn how to combine images, split one image into multiple parts, prepare your work—including prints—for sale, and use the Shoot & Sell app to market your photography to clients.
- Understanding aspect ratios
- Working with multiple images
- Analyzing triptychs
- Splitting an image into multiple parts
- Selling image sets
- Using the Shoot & Sell app