Serge Mendzhiyskogo Collage Photography
Photographer Serge Mendzhiyskogo doesn’t present just one photograph in his works, his are the result of hundreds of photos merged into one complex image. Serge Mendzhiyskogo’s Collage Photography takes busy cityscapes and presents them in an abstract fashion, by combining spliced images in an offset fashion. The result is visually stunning, a look at our cities in a fresh, new perspective that inspires much imagination. [via trendsnow] Off the web site the coolist.com
My photography concentrates on film-based pinhole (lensless) photography, most notably of architectures and landscapes, along with some portrait work. I also do lensed photography with large format film cameras and digital single lens reflex cameras
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June 2, 2012 | New Photography | by Bridget Barnett |
Chinese photographer Zhao Huasen has manipulated photographs to make it look like commuters in China are riding around on invisible bikes. The series, titled Floating, is a challenge to what it means to really ‘see’ in the photographs.
Photograph by Giacomo Ciangottini
HA! Awesome, no need to figure out Photoshop any longer!
such huge watermark/ signature thing. please don’t do this… ever!
his web page
one of the tips is using a macro lens!
By constructing a pinhole loaded with three rolls of film Steven Monteau is able to create images that bridge the gaps between. His camera is almost as neat as the images.
Here is an article about the process.