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30 JULY 2013

Is Photoshop Remixing the World?

"Photoshop has completely revolutionized our visual culture. Artists now use Photoshop to create complex imagery that would have been impossible 20 years ago. It has also profoundly changed the art of photo retouching, turning a labor intensive process into an artful and often controversial digital workflow. But possibly the most current and expressive influence can be seen in meme culture online. With the ability to alter any image in the media landscape, everyday people now have the means to critically comment on culture and spread their ideas virally, leveling the playing field between traditional media creators and consumers. Photoshop has changed the way we communicate, the way we express ourselves, and the way we view the world and each other."

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altering images • amateur cultural productionbaroquebeauty industry • Chris Buck • complex imagery • compositingcreative practice • critically comment • digital workflow • Don Caldwell • everyday people • expressive influence • Jeff Huang • labour intensive • Laurent Le Moing • Matt Jones • Matthias Vriens • media consumermedia landscapememe culturememesOff Book • online discourse • PBS • pepper spraying cop • photo manipulationphoto retouchingPhotoshop • photoshop disasters • photoshopped • photoshopping • producers and consumersquestioning traditionsremix culture • Robert Maxwell • thumbs and ammo • traditional media creator • Txema Yeste • visual communicationvisual culturevisual effectsworkflowworkflow tool

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Simon Perkins
24 JUNE 2005

Hidden Trajectories: designing through the computer interface

"Designing through the computer interface leaves little evidence of discovery. The evidence of the evolution of the design solution: the modifications, reconsideration and redesigns that constitute the tacit dimension of the students' learning trajectories are hidden from the tutors. It is as if the students' design is a palimpsest with each design decision being erased to make room for the next."

(Christine Percy)

Percy, C. (2003). "Critical absence versus critical engagement. problematics of the crit in design learning and teaching." Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education 2 (3): 143 – 154.

Fig.1 "Springloaded I", Posted on September 3, 2008 [http://brandnewmedia.wordpress.com/2008/09/03/springloaded–i/]

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