I call this "real" photoshop. It is easy to forget that the basis for much of the capabilities in the program we all love are from concepts that originated in the dark room. This is a photo manipulation except the fading and overlaying was done in a darkroom, not on a computer.The process is simple yet tricky to achieve. This photograph was done in two exposures, the top half fading into the bottom half.
Thomas Barbèy is an artist that has a large collection of photographs done in this manner. He uses a litany of techniques including in camera exposure to mesh people, places, and things into impossible photographs.
Gavin Fiorina is an innovator who's artistic expression is a multitude of simultaneous endeavors. What he can't do with a paintbrush, he can do with pencils. What he can't do on paper he does digitally. If you can imagine it, Mr. Fiorina can do it. He is disciplined, educated, experienced, and open-minded. His mind is in constant experimental thought, ever open to be inspired. He has traveled the country, and ever a friend to Mother Earth, hates to waste one thing. A practical soul in perpetual motion, Gavin Fiorina is only finished when he says he's finished. Gavin Fiorina is never finished. -MR