Hockney Project


This project was inspired by the British photographer, David Hockney. Known for composing pictures made up of many different photographs, he thought that one photo was static and did not capture the movement of the entire scene. The goal of the project is to mimic Hockney’s unique style by taking at least 100 photos and organizing them to create a larger, more dynamic image.

I decided to shoot this particular area of my school for this project because it has many photogenic elements such as the trees, building, and sidewalk. I overlapped the most photos over these areas of interest to draw attention to them. After arranging the photos, I adjusted saturation levels with Photoshop, to make the sky more blue, and the leaves on the trees more green.

panography_tutorial_3.doc   These are the instructions used for the project



  1. codygraham01 · February 12, 2016

    1) I love the string of your project and how you choose to use the building and the trees in your project
    2) Maybe line up your project a little bit more with the trees and the building, but this project is still super good!


  2. roguephotographyblog · February 12, 2016

    I really like the way you made the photos and how the subject was chosen while you could improve on the arrangement of the photos


  3. samisphotoblog · March 11, 2016

    I love how you tilted the photos and changed opacity and made it look just like the actual scene.


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