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New Double and Triple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

New Double and Triple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

New Double and Triple Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander

Christoffer Relander, Under Armour Ua Curry 3 a Finnish photographer, has released his third series of multiple exposure photographs that combine nature and portraits entitled “We Are Nature Vol. III.” Using only his Nikon D800 and with no Photoshop, Solde Adidas he uses double and triple exposures to layer images of trees, bark, Cheap Fjallraven Kanken Backpack and leaves on portraits of people, making them look like they are made of parts of nature.

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Abandoned Christmas Trees After Christmas by Gergo Gosztom

Abandoned Christmas Trees After Christmas by Gergo Gosztom

Abandoned Christmas Trees After Christmas by Gergo Gosztom

What happens to your Christmas trees after Christmas? Do you keep them to use for the next yuletide season or are you like photographer Gergo Gosztom who declares, Air Max 2017 Dames groen “I’ve always hated christmas trees. chaussures adidas It’s an unnecessary thing. Adidas Schoenen We always thrown them away..”

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Long Exposure Photos of Japanese Cherry Blossoms by Arixxx

Long Exposure Photos of Japanese Cherry Blossoms by Arixxx

Long Exposure Photos of Japanese Cherry Blossoms by Arixxx

The blooming Cherry Blossoms are a popular sight and one of the many reasons why tourists flock to Japan. The vibrant colors of the Cherry Blossom trees seem to glow as Japanese photographer only known as Arixxx photographs them at night.

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The Green Wood by Simon Strong

The Green Wood by Simon Strong

The Green Wood by Simon Strong

Photographer Simon Strong has developed a spooky and surrealistic body of work that draws upon mythological traditions. His photo project The Green Wood represents a fantasy land of hybrid beings, erotic dryads, stumps of trees that are turned into figures, bedeviled hollows and seductive gardens. The overall effect creates a photographic landscape of swoon and nightmare.

The Green Wood was his 2nd solo exhibition which was shown in Sydney and Melbourne last 2010.

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