|stones on Nash Island in Maine , with Trig, a hat pattern by Mary Lou Egan|
But it's never really random, just like there aren't really coincidences. Enough time or enough thought always reveals the connection.
Example: I've been putting together presentations. I was listening to a webinar about vision-based portfolios. Love the concept. I trained and worked as a photojournalist. Man oh man do I adore a narrative, so I tend to default to one as I present images. It is so hard to edit my own work. I tried letting my brain go loose-y goose-y and guess what? Seemingly random images went together.
This pairing is dyed fiber at a farm in 2006, and on the right, my own Decibella Cowl pattern.
I'll probably demo making these photo pairings, and how to embellish them further, and of course, collages with many more images and graphics, even circular images, when I teach the Making Collages with PicMonkey Interweave webinar on Monday, 11/24/14 at 1pm eastern live. Join me, please? Or get it recorded to listen to on-demand. I am telling you, the above show restraint, you can go CRAZY with the tools on that free software. I think we'll start all buttoned down and simple like this, and then just continue on and on with loads of options.