Everyday Surrealism: Using Apps to Create Photo Art

Chuck Anderson, Artist & photographer. NoPattern Studio: Chicago

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8 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Introduction

      3:01
    • 2. Project Assignment: Create a Surreal Work of Art

      3:13
    • 3. Shooting

      6:29
    • 4. Editing Architecture

      9:19
    • 5. Editing Still Life

      7:38
    • 6. Editing Big Sky

      9:18
    • 7. Conclusion

      2:16
    • 8. What's Next?

      0:36
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191 of 203 students recommend this class
Khouram Hussain

Maker of things. Games, Art, Films.

Chuck is an amazing teacher. This course has deepened my love for photography.
Teresa Trimm

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I really enjoyed Chuck's course on using the different apps. Great for generating ideas!!! Thank you!
Holy... Awesome dude :D Do you know any apps to android, who can the samething? Beside photoshop.
Great class, simple and quick to learn. Great inspiration for getting a more surreal style to save your photos. Even the bad ones.
Great information and tips and techniques about approaching special effects.