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The Collective Snapshot series by Pep Ventosa

Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa fuses multiple snapshots of iconic landmarks – such as the Sydney Opera House and the Golden Gate – to form densely layered pictures that are rich in details and yet look wonderfully sketchy.

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The Collective Snapshot series by Pep Ventosa

Multiple snapshots form densely layered pictures.

Lost At E Minor: For creative peoplefrom Lost At E Minor: For creative people

The Collective Snapshot series by Pep Ventosa

Pep Ventosa-Collective Snapshot Series Eiffel Tower

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The Collective Snapshot series by Pep Ventosa

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City Silhouettes: a new photo series by Jasper James

Beijing-based photographer Jasper James became inspired during his travels through China, and he created this series called City Silhouettes. The city is visible through the expressive silhouettes of different people, and each image gives a new perspective on the traditional cityscape photograph.

DRAWINGS BY KIDS WITH SERIOUS HEALTH CONDITIONS TURNED INTO MAGICAL PHOTOGRAPHS – STARRING THEMSELVES

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Multi-exposures of Japan by Stephanie Jung

Amazing double exposure photographs by Stephanie Jung. Check out more awesome work on http://getinspiredmagazine.com/photography/stephanie-jung/

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Photographs taken inside of instruments

Beautiful photographs taken inside of instruments

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Incredible photos of Picasso drawing with light

506957281.jpg?w=393 (3697×4636) LIFE magazine’s Gjon Mili visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France in 1949. Used an electric light and two cameras. Read more: Pablo Picasso Draws With Light: The Story Behind an Iconic Photo | LIFE.com http://life.time.com/culture/pablo-picasso-draws-with-light-1949/#ixzz2tDsS64zI

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Mark Laita: Serpentine Series

Serpentine: Beautiful Portraits of the World’s Most Deadly Snakes - For the past year LA-based photographer Mark Laita has been traveling to various locations around the U.S. and Central America photographing some of the world’s most deadliest snakes, a series entitled Serpentine. | #Photography #Snakes #Reptiles #Serpents |

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Photographs taken inside of instruments

photographs taken inside instruments

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Photographs of billowing ink drops

Alberto Seveso’s underwater ink photographs. i want every one of these framed