Choosing the right antique photo is the most important step in the entire process. I always look for photos that I can relate to in some way and an image that is strong enough to hold my attention. I then scan the antique image and any objects such as the toy fish to be used in the photograph. In Photoshop I combine all the scanned images and objects with many of my own photographs to create the fantasy world that I envision.
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