Inspired by the silhouettes and lines of urban architecture, French artist Thomas Lamadieu (AKA Roots Art) uses the big empty spaces in between buildings as his canvas, transforming the sky in his photographs into whimsical drawings.
Who needs Instagram? Extraordinary landscapes of America captured with good old fish-eye lens
French photographer and illustrator Thomas Lamadieu takes pictures of the sky in courtyards and built up areas to create a natural frame for his pictures. He then fills in the sky area with illustrations.
100 Photos Merge to Form Swirling 360-Degree Landscapes
Randy Scott Slavin can take up to a hundred pictures of a scene to build up a 360 degree image before using clever computer software to stitch them together to make what is called a stereographic projection
Alternate Perspectives: surreal landscape photography by Randy Scott Slavin