Joiners Photography

Updated: Jan 14, 2019

David Hockney

Joshua Pusey

Joiners Photography is where the is multi-viewpoints of one scene. You're able to do this technique by physically overlapping the photos or by digitally merging them. It works best when each square or section is slightly different from each other; shades of colours, contrast and saturation.

I thought I'd give it a go and what I could come up with.

I really like the outcome of the tree, I did this manually on Photoshop. I made sure I kept the shape of the tree while making each section slightly different from each other. I changed the colours, brightness and contrast.

I also added a shadow on each section so they pop out more.

This is done by using auto settings via Photoshop ( File>Automate>Photomerge). I feel it didn't work as well as doing it manually. But I did find it interesting how it bent the building.