From Photo to Artwork

Convert Photos to Artistic Compositions

Composition Type #2 — Paintings


Take a look at Warren's other artistic photo transition types on these six pages:

•  Pencil          •  Painting          •  Watercolor          •  Pastel          •  Charcoal          •  Silkscreen



The First Painting Transformation  Move your cursor on then off the image to see Warren's photo of a granddaughter and grandmother reading a book in a library. His edit brings back a hint of an old paint-by-number canvas.


Warren's transformation of a granddaughter and grandmother reading a book in a library. This edit brings back a hint of an old paint-by-number canvas.

The Next Photo-to-Painting Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see Warren's new painting photo of a family's cluster of open hands.


Warren's new photo-to-painting transformation highlights a family's cluster of open hands.

Warren's Third Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see Warren's photo-to-painting transformation of young singing performers: Meet the African Children's Choir.


The African Children's Choir are featured in Warren's photo-to-painting transformation of young singers performing in a church.

Here's the Fourth Photo-to-Painting Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this image to see Warren's photo edit of a young, puckering, "Sparkie" member of the AWANA Club children's ministry of his church.


Warren's photo edit of a young, puckering, "Sparkie" member of the AWANA Club.

The Fifth Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this drawing to see how Warren converted a graphic image of three lightbulbs to a multicolored, paint-by-number-like Christmas greeting.


In this drawing Warren converted a graphic image of three colorful lightbulbs into a multicolored paint-by-number Christmas greeting.

iPad to Oil Painting  Move your cursor on then off this unfocused, low-resolution iPad photo of a rabbit. See how Warren restored this photo by giving it an impressionistic oil-painting effect.


Warren converted this photo of a rabbit, which was shot with an iPad, giving it an impressionistic iol-painting effect.

Stunning Transformation  Move your cursor on then off this composite image of a woman holding her detached face while wearing a blank mask on her head. See how Warren gave this image a faux paint-by-number effect.


Warren gave this composite of a woman holding her face, which was tranposed by a white mask now on her face, a suggestive paint-by-number effect.






   Here Are Warren's  Larger  Photo-to-Painting Transformations.
Click the thumbnails to enlarge them and read their captions.











   See all six varieties of Warren's latest photo-to-artistic-composition creations.

Click to open Warren's pencil sketches page

Pencil
Compositions

Click to open Warren's paintings page

Painting
Compositions

Click to open Warren's watercolors page

Watercolor
Compositions

Click to open Warren's pastels page

Pastel
Compositions

Click to open Warren's charcoals page

Charcoal
Compositions

Click to open Warren's silkscreens page

Silkscreen
Compositions






Don't wait any longer to showcase your photo presentations. Contact Warren Camp Design today, at 209-795-7661, to discuss your upcoming campaign and learn how Warren can utilize his digital artistry skills to enhance and give prominence to your photos.