Tag: blending

Jun 30, 2014

Surreal Double Exposures of Faces Blended Into Plumes of Ink in Water

Surreal Double Exposures of Faces Blended Into Plumes of Ink in Water

Inspired by the work of Albert Seveso, South African artist Chris Slabber blends faces with high-speed photographs of ink dropped into water. The double-exposure like digital artworks were recently exhibited at the Art Karoo art gallery for KKNK 2014. The project was recently featured on Behance where Chris explains: “The idea behind this series was…

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Jun 1, 2014

Surreal Portraits Blended Into Landscape Photos

Surreal Portraits Blended Into Landscape Photos

Spanish artist Antonio Mora specializes in creating dream-like self-portraits blended with landscapes and other imagery. The results are similar to double-exposure photography, except these images are superimposed digitally. Mora even does custom ‘dream portraits’ for people if they provide an image of themselves along with some information so he can derive some associated imagery…

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Apr 2, 2014

Picture of the Day: Eight Hours of Takeoffs at LAX

Picture of the Day: Eight Hours of Takeoffs at LAX

Photograph by MIKE KELLEY Website | Facebook | Flickr | Prints available In this incredible composite image by architectural photographer Mike Kelley, we see every departure from LAX’s South Complex over an eight hour period. In a detailed blog post, Kelley explains: I spent about 16 hours shooting and putting this image together… I…

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Sep 23, 2013

Vintage Photos of New York Superimposed onto Present Day

Vintage Photos of New York Superimposed onto Present Day

Marc Hermann (@MHermannPhoto) is a professional news photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He is an official historian and interim trustee of the New York Press Photographers Association. As of November 2012, Hermann has been a staff photographer with the Corporate Communications department of MTA New York City Transit. In a fascinating…

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Sep 5, 2013

Artist Uses Modern Techniques to Preserve a Traditional Chinese Art Form

Artist Uses Modern Techniques to Preserve a Traditional Chinese Art Form

Yang Yongliang is a Chinese artist and photographer from Shanghai. Born in 1980, he studied calligraphy and traditional Chinese landscape painting from an early age until graduating from the China Academy of Fine Art where he now teaches. His bio on White Rabbit summarizes Yongliang’s thoughts adeptly: A longtime student and devotee of shanshui,…

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Aug 7, 2013

Conveying the Passage of Time through Photography

Conveying the Passage of Time through Photography

Fong Qi Wei is an artist and photographer that “strives to make images which touches both the feeling part and the thinking part of your mind.” He wants to get your attention (the feeling part) and hopefully engage you on a deeper level as you look at it for longer (the thinking part). In…

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Jul 25, 2013

Body Painter Blends People Perfectly Into Backgrounds

Body Painter Blends People Perfectly Into Backgrounds

Artwork by Johannes Stötter Johannes Stötter is an artist, musician and fine art body painter from South Tyrol, Italy. Johannes studied at the University of Innsbruck, Austria and is an award-winning body painting artist, earning such awards as: – Body painting world champion 2012 (category: brush/sponge) – Bodypainting Vice-world-champion 2011 (category: brush/sponge) – Winner…

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Jul 20, 2013

Imagining Manhattan Inside the Grand Canyon

Imagining Manhattan Inside the Grand Canyon

At the end of 2012, Swiss photographer Gus Petro traveled to the United States. On his trip he visited the Grand Canyon in Arizona. 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles (29 km) wide and over 6,000 ft (1,800 m) deep, it is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the…

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Jul 17, 2013

Old Photos of Budapest Spliced Into Present Day

Old Photos of Budapest Spliced Into Present Day

Kerényi Zoltán is an architect and photographer from Budapest, Hungary. In an ongoing series entitled, Ablak a múltra / Window to the past, Zoltán splices old photos of Budapest into present day photos of the exact same location, carefully getting the perfect angle and vantage point. In the 300+ photo album on Flickr, Zoltán…

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Jul 6, 2013

What the Night Sky Would Look Like if Cities Went Dark

What the Night Sky Would Look Like if Cities Went Dark

Thierry Cohen began his professional career in 1985 and is seen as one of the pioneers of digital photography. Cohen currently lives and works in Paris. Since 2010 he has devoted himself to a single project – “Villes Enteintes” (Darkened Cities) – which depicts the major cities of the world as they would appear…

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