My new body of work which I'm trying to create consists of digital and analog b&w pictures which have been edited in post to create a stark contrast between the base image and bright psychedelic colours. It's amazing when you start to use Photoshop in a way that it is not designed to be used. The process in making these pictures is the simple use of the fill tool which naturally colours the visible gradients or fluctuations of the shades of greyscale.
Over the next few months I'm going to continue trying this technique in as many different variations and in as many different applications as possible. The end result will be a large body of work that I can choose from to exhibit.
The exhibition in question is 'the sense of good exhibition' which is being hosted by my magazine 'sense of good'. So far we are trying our hardest to find a suitable venue and raise enough funds to book out a space and work out all the logistics of said space. At the time of me writing this, we currently have had £215 in donations however we still have a long way to go to get to the goal of £2000.
Here is a link to donate: