Leo Caillard isn’t interested in rules or logic. The Frenchman sees the world in a fascinating, surreal way, and has the amazing ability to show us his visions through these incredible photo manipulations. (more…)
Posts tagged ‘Photoshop’
Ivo Mayir is a German photographer who plays with angles and gravity.
The work that I highlight here is a series of images called “Passanten” , where Ivo has an artistic test of the German city Koblenz using the two most important things in location, architecture and people. Basically it would stop people on the street and photographed unglued from the floor, as if hanging or floating. (more…)
Though there’s no doubt in my mind that historical consultant Jo Teeuwisse was inspired by Russian photographer Sergey Larenkov’s World War II photos, we can still appreciate her own spin. After discovering some negatives at a flea market and scanning them onto her computer, Teeuwisse then went to each of these Amsterdam locations to take more recent shots. She then merged the two together to make the past come alive. It’s a wonderful way to pay tribute to our past and remember the ones who came before us. (more…)