Adobe Photoshop Master Class: Jaclyn Corrado
- “I am never looking to create the ‘perfect image.’ I enjoy producing pieces that appear destructed and manipulated.”
As a young artist, I realize I am still experimenting, and I will most likely continue to do so for the remainder of my career. I am constantly changing the way I produce work, sometimes making collages, using only digital media at other times, or going the analog route and using film. I am never looking to create the “perfect image.” I enjoy producing pieces that appear destructed and manipulated. When approaching an image, I am inclined to base the entire shoot around an outfit or color scheme. I spend hours on weekends rummaging through thrift shops and flea markets for garments that inspire my work. At this moment in time, my images are most often inspired by a general idea rather than a story line.
I’m still very new to photography and know there is always more to learn. Photoshop is a major contributor to my photography and I know its constant innovations will always allow me to experiment and grow. My goal is to incorporate my art into the world of fashion, so it’s important to have my own style, one that can be associated with several different genres of photography. Most of all, I want my work, regardless of what it is being used for, to be recognizable no matter what genre I choose to pursue. (Author photo by Raymond Colon.)
PEOPLE THAT DON’T EXIST, 2012
IDENTICAL DIVERS, 2012
GARDENER 2, 2012
BRITTA AND BRITTANY, 2012