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Double Exposure Nature Portraits. Poetic Double Exposure Portraits. Daniel Taylor creates double exposure silhouettes - Made in Shoreditch Magazine. Daniel Taylor, an artist well-known for his double exposure work, is at again.

Daniel Taylor creates double exposure silhouettes - Made in Shoreditch Magazine

In his latest series, he depicts the human silhouette and overlays different colors drawn with oil, paint and ink. He specifically uses the female body and abstracts body parts with different textures and patterns, which include organic matter such as sticks and stones. Double exposure mastered: Brandon Kidwell photography - Made in Shoreditch Magazine. Interest in photography peaked for Brandon Kidwell when he purchased an iPhone 5 back in 2012.

Double exposure mastered: Brandon Kidwell photography - Made in Shoreditch Magazine

The phone allowed for him to ignore all the advantages and limitations that regular cameras produce. Instead, he was able to just shoot. While he doesn’t have a formal artistic background, he believes he has always had artistic ability within him. He first began photographing his family and life around him before he began to get serious about art photography. As a freelance photographer based out of Jacksonville, Florida, Kidwell draws inspiration from the area and life around him. New 'City Silhouette' Portraits by Jasper James. Double Exposure Animals. Double Exposure Animals - Album on Imgur. Double Exposure Portraits of Animals Reflecting Their Habitat. Norwegian artist Andreas Lie blends animal imagery with landscape photography to create an amazing series of double exposure animal portraits.

Double Exposure Portraits of Animals Reflecting Their Habitat

The beautiful animals are accentuated by dreamlike images of their habitats, creating a beautiful harmony between animal and nature. If you’re interested in prints Andreas has a store on Society6. You can also keep up with his latest artworks at the links below. [via Bored Panda] This Norwegian Artist Creates Stunning Double-Exposure Animal Portraits. It’s easy to imagine Andreas Lie, an artist based in Bergen Norway, creating art focused on animals and nature.

This Norwegian Artist Creates Stunning Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Norway is a land of visually stunning environments that haven’t yet been spoiled by mankind. Bergen itself is nestled along the fjords of the Hordaland district and surrounded by 7 densely forested mountains. His work is centered on animals but incorporates their natural environment in in a creative way: by producing double-exposure portraits. Stunning Double-Exposure Animal Portraits By Norwegian Digital Artist. Double-exposure photography is the superimposition of two or more exposures to create one image.

Stunning Double-Exposure Animal Portraits By Norwegian Digital Artist

When properly executed the results can be stunning beyond words. Andreas Lie is a visual artist based in Bergen, Norway with a true talent for creating what looks like double-exposure animal portraits. Cityscapes Portraits. Dreamy Portraits Fuse Human Faces with Nature and Architecture. Spanish artist Antonio Mora's double exposure portraits merge human faces with ethereal landscapes and distinct architectural forms.

Dreamy Portraits Fuse Human Faces with Nature and Architecture

His visually intriguing combinations demonstrate the many curves, angles, and lines that can be found both within the human body and the world around us. The artist's portfolio evokes a captivating feeling of mysteriousness, as he simultaneously unites man with nature and architecture in a single photograph. Each and every expressive piece looks like a snapshot from a dream, allowing viewers to easily connect with Mora's ethereal creations on an inexplicably surreal level. No matter what the artist chooses to portray in his work, each portrait allows one to reflect on the naturalistic and architectural components that mirror the relatable human experience. Fantasy Portraits by Antonio Mora. He describes himself as someone who makes cockails, realizes from images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together, works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent.

fantasy Portraits by Antonio Mora

They disturb. His originality takes root in the merger, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our collective memory allowing us to watch, though only it is an instant the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams. Antonio Mora: website / gallery. Portraits - ArtPeople.Net. Antonio Mora is an experienced spanish creative who after an extensive career like designer and art director, finally ends in the art to give free rein to his inexhaustible fantasy, to his eager expressive needs.

Portraits - ArtPeople.Net

He describes himself as someone who makes cocktails, using images found in blogs, magazines, and fusing them together. Works of great forcefulness and expressive force that do not leave anybody indifferent. His originality takes root in the fusion, in finding combinations that leave in the palate of our conscience, flavors of evocation and mystery. Images that open a crack in our memory allowing us to watch, though only an instant, the hybrid beings who populate our deepest dreams.