The Translation of Photographic Images Into Painting

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They say Art is a product of the free mind. What we mean by such statement is that a free mind is more probable to wander farther into the realms of true art. From the start of civilizations, painting (also drawing) has remained the central point of human action in recording the feelings, imagination and the nature itself.


Those artists were able to see the world from a different perspective, and who became lateral thinkers. Such artists have given art a new dimension every time. Artists create art to communicate ideas, thoughts and feelings. They use a variety of methods such as painting, sculpting or illustration and an assortment of materials including oils, watercolours, acrylics, pastels, pencils. Artists, works may be realistic or abstract and may depict objects, people, nature or events. We are swamped by so many images, on the streets, in magazines and on the television.
Artists usually create landscape paintings in one of four ways: They paint entirely on location; they rely on memory or imagination; they work from photos; or they use a combination of these sources [1]. Working from photos to create art pieces as paintings has always been an act which came under darkness due to overlapping views (and counterviews too) about ethics of the profession and such other reasons. Some can say that painting taking initial source as a photograph lacks the freshness of thought and the as-it-is natural conditions. Too much reliance on photographs can result in paintings that lack breadth and are broken apart by tedious detail [1]. But using a photograph as a mere source of reference to an idea is not discouraged at all. ...
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