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The images to the right are selections from a set of 33 photomontage images collaboratively produced by surrealist artists André Breton, Paul Éluard & Suzanne Muzard between 1928 and 1931. Individual authorship is impossible to attribute, as the collages were only discovered (in a spiral bound notebook) when Breton's estate was dispersed in 2003, thirty-seven years after his death. These images were made in the spirit of the surrealist exquisite corpse: demonstrating collaborative authorship, demonstrating cut-up collage, collaborative authorship, chance operations and found materials. More Further images from in the series are available [ here], and you can read more about the series [ here].
This is a For this short hands-on demo demonstrating the basics of working with layers in photoshop to make a photomontage. The goal is to activity we will combine a number of source images to make a surreal juxtapositionour own surrealist collage. Technically, we will learn the basics of manipulating layers in photoshop, and adjusting hue and saturation.
To begin, please download this photoshop file: [[Media:twomey_demo.psd|twomey_demo.psd]]

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