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Idris Khan is a London photographer with an unusual technique of layering multiple images. His work was featured in the March 4th New york Times Magazine.

Pretty as a Thousand Postcards

Idris Khan is a London photographer with an unusual technique of layering multiple images. His work was featured in the March 4th New york Times Magazine.

For his 'In the Round' series, Pep Ventosa walked in a circle around trees while furiously snapping photos. Afterwards, he stitched together the images to form a 360° view of the tree and its surroundings. (More at the link)

For his 'In the Round' series, Pep Ventosa walked in a circle around trees while furiously snapping photos. Afterwards, he stitched together the images to form a 360° view of the tree and its surroundings. (More at the link)

overlaying photographs and then blending.... WOW!

Photos of Carousels Seen From All Sides

Каждый уважающий себя турист старается привезти из своих путешествий как можно больше снимков увиденных мест. Нередко эти фотографии совпадают у множества людей со всех концов света. К примеру, после посещения Парижа каждый семейный архив обязательно обзаведется снимком Эйфелевой башни.

Каждый уважающий себя турист старается привезти из своих путешествий как можно больше снимков увиденных мест. Нередко эти фотографии совпадают у множества людей со всех концов света. К примеру, после посещения Парижа каждый семейный архив обязательно обзаведется снимком Эйфелевой башни.

Corinne Vionnet – Photo Opportunities – 2005-2013 – Técnica: multiexposición – © Copyrigh

Corinne Vionnet – Photo Opportunities – 2005-2013 – Técnica: multiexposición – © Copyrigh

View Berlin by Stephanie Jung. multiple perspective photography, creating a blurred effect but still has familiar structures

View Berlin by Stephanie Jung. multiple perspective photography, creating a blurred effect but still has familiar structures

Homage to Bernd and Hilla Becher, 2007  digital bromide print mounted on rag board  34 x 30 inches (86.4 x 76.2 cm)  edition of 6 with 1 AP

Homage to Bernd and Hilla Becher, 2007 digital bromide print mounted on rag board 34 x 30 inches (86.4 x 76.2 cm) edition of 6 with 1 AP

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