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Reuben Wu Envisions Space Exploration Through North American Landscapes

While there's no question that photography is a way for us to see things through another person's eyes, acclaimed Chiacgo-based Reuben Wu never fails to take it up a notch. A fine example of the otherworldly landscape photography he has become known for is Lux Noctis, a series of photographs imagining the landscapes of North America as the setting of a surreal story inspired by exploring mysterious and undiscovered worlds. thephoblographer.com

2017-12-5 11:00

We Used Military Retired Kodak Film To Shoot Surrealistic Landscapes Of The Dolomites

This project was initially conceived as a game, an experiment. We are very lucky that we can call those mountains a second home, cause we’ve been there so many times, especially during winter, snowboarding on the best slopes in the Alps, and this summer we decided to try to look at these familiar places with different eyes. boredpanda.com

2017-11-29 13:53

Maciej Kalkosinski on Photographing Icelands Landscapes in Black and White

If you ever got into landscape photography, you know that there are places that act as a magnet for shooters. I always felt that uncontrollable force gravitating me towards vast empty spaces. That was the reason I moved from central Europe to Scandinavia, and that was the reason I always wanted to visit Iceland. Making my dream come true was not that easy though. thephoblographer.com

2017-10-24 16:00

Mikael Broidiois Road Trip Diary Shows Stunning Landscapes of the American West

A trip doesn't feel complete without a travel diary of some sort, especially if it's a major road trip that is full of picturesque moments and postcard-worthy landmarks. The travel set taken by French photographer Mikael Broidioi during a trip to the United States early this year is certainly brimming with these, and flipping through it is sure to bring you a serious case of wanderlust. thephoblographer.com

2017-10-11 10:00

Christoffer Relander Collects Landscapes in Jars By Using Double Exposure

Photo manipulation has growing popularity due to the increasing versatility of image editing software such as Photoshop. However, Christoffer Relander went the extra mile to create his own photo manipulation of fitting a slice of real world scenes into jars by shooting analog multiple exposures on medium format film. thephoblographer.com

2016-11-16 15:59