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General post-production manipulation:
3D photography and radiography:
‘Digital manipulations’ is a big label which includes silly whimsical images I have made for my own amusement, some unusual commissions from my time at Oxford Archaeology, as well as illustrative visualisations I have made as part of my PhD in radiography.
The anaglyphs shown here represent my love of 3D photography, a technique that I find endlessly fascinating and exciting.
The doll and lighter (from a WWI context) X-ray images both use colour in slightly different ways to display high bit depth images, a common problem when viewing 12 or 16 bit images on a 8 bit computer monitor.
The ceramic pot shown top right on the Artefact Photography spread is here depicted at the bottom left as if its surface had been uncoiled and laid flat, to better display its swirling decoration. This was achieved by photographing the vessel all the way round at set intervals, reducing each photograph to the central strip and stitching these together manually on the computer.
I have produced many other images, represented here by the Van Dyck painting that I have grafted my family’s faces on to, simply for my own amusement.