Prof. Luigi Frappi, Italy, he often enjoys to change my original photo shots into somehow ironic artworks using several Adobe Photoshop tools.
Yesterday he added some typical Italian cat moods: So we have 6 cats instead of one. A blue cat for example, for sure she can meow a blues song. A white cat, ignoring the two cats beside her, making love. A jealous cat watching the sexual act from below etc. –
Luigi filled with life what had been a lonesome cat photo before: I think that’s typical for his work and also Italian lifestyle: no loneliness but interacting souls.
So he added a mermaid, when I sat lonesome at the coast of the Baltic Sea, sad on my birthday: remembering that my mother made suicide near this East German location, the isle of Rügen.
As he discovered a photo with a chandelier in a dark scene in an abandoned hospital: he changed the depressed mood and added me, playing guitar.
When I sat lonely in my wooden north German alcove he added himself making applause – though he was far away thousand miles in sunny Italy (thank you internet!!!).
more of Luigi Frappi:
FENCED IN HIS OWN PASSION:
At least he seems to prefer a confrontation portrait more than a lonesome Cowboy attitude …
Photo: The Italian artist Prof. Luigi Frappi and Annabel – photo uploaded by Luigi Frappi sent to my flickr group BLOG IT! – click on the photo to enter his collection…
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- weekly-photo-challenge-self-portrait (flickrcomments.wordpress.com)
- cappuccino-break-with-guitar (flickrcomments.wordpress.com)
- hats (flickrcomments.wordpress.com)
- Class on Demand Ships ‘Complete Training for Adobe Photoshop CS5’ (prweb.com)
- Why You Should Never Trust Online Photos (techeblog.com)
- Adobe photoshop cs3 system requirements (wiki.answers.com)
photo above by my wife Barbara for Frizztext
photo below, a version composed by my Italian friend Prof. Luigi Frappi,
who suggests red wine, not cappuccino:
Luigi is a friend and brother-of-the-lens to be envied! How blessed you are, frizz, with such a friend and such a daughter and such a wife who takes these painterly winter photos! You have provided much Epiphany enlightenment to my blogging tonight! Thank you.
Photoshop can be so much fun! Have a great weekend Mr. Frizzman!
Wonderful art. I thoroughly enjoyed this post and seeing what an artist can do with photoshop. Great fun.
He has got such talent! I love his humor. 🙂
So much talent in what Luigi creates. He is truly an artist always
thinking of ways to go beyond what the human eye can perceive.
Fantastic and most interesting post. Thank you, Frizz, it was very enjoyable.
You make beautiful art together. and I love the humor. Fantastic post. Thank you, Frizz.
Those are great. I love the blue cat. I really need to learn to use my photoshop program.
Fantastic “photomanipulations” (might be a word for your “P” archive). Photomanipulating can be addictive (smile).
a great photoshopartist with humor
a great guitarplayer
who accept this humor about him
laßt uns das leben, das wir wollen leben, solange wir zu den überlebern gehören
Luigi did a spectacular job on the chandelier photo! Playing with Photoshop is lots of fun, but it is really boring to do production work with Photoshop. At my last job, I had to scan and edit multiple batches of photos all day long. It’s so much more fun to experiment like Luigi.
Really enjoyed seeing how much fun you can have with photos FrizzText! Thank you.
So creative. Love Barbara’s photos, Luigi’s playfulness, your music and your posts!
I admire most of all the winter picture with all the tiny coloured figures, yes, breughel comes immediately to ones mind!
My favorites. 😉
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