Adventures in Digital Collage
Aired On: Apr 19, 2012
Nadine Boughton presents her newest portfolio, "True Adventures in Better Homes," which earned her a place in the "Top 50" at Photolucida’s Critical Mass 2011 competition.
Nadine Boughton has worked as a fine art photographer and collage artist for decades. Her digital collages are constructed using vintage materials from popular culture, including magazines, cookbooks, scrapbooks and comics. The flatbed scanner acts as a camera and the collage is crafted in Photoshop using a variety of compositing techniques.
Boughton grew up in...
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