Robin Wood - Destroying nature is destroying life. Note from Husani: This is an example of double exposure photography. That is a popular art directional technique. Follow my board "Creative Advertising," or even "Creative Resource Source," for examples, and tools you can use to inspire your creativity. Thanks.

Robin Wood - Destroying nature is destroying life. Note from Husani: This is an example of double exposure photography. That is a popular art directional technique.

On / Off Road #car #advertising

On / Off Road

Publicité - Creative advertising campaign - Mitsubishi, Montero Sport: On / off road technology

I like how this piece is a different shape. Also, it is cool how the framing is the sides of the bridge and how it's created to make your eyes move and end on the feet.

David Hockney Photograph-This photograph is put together with multiple images of the same subject. Each Photo is taken at a different angle and respective.

Fong Qi Wei shoots a stationary subject for multiple-hour periods and later digitally slices them to create a collage

What We Love This Week, Volume XXV

"Changi Beach Sunset, by Fong Qi Wei Check out more great photo montages in a series called “Time Is a Dimension” by the Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei.

i chose this image because i like how it captures the different times of day, and the colours look amazing together. there is light getting in, but also in the dark parts of the image, there isn't a lot of light getting in

Fong Qi Wei's Passage of Time

Maxime Quoilin

Inspiration Gallery #115 — Photoshop

avantgarde by Maxime Quoilin, via Behance nice collaging work in PS II Find here some of the great designs for inspiration

Idris Khan Homage to Bernd Becher Every… Bernd and Hilla Becher Prison Type Gasholder. Idris Khan’s ghostly composite Photograph: Victoria Miro Gallery, London

Gasworks wonders…

‘Homage to Bernd Becher’, bromide print by Idris Khan, 2007 (multiple photographs of Bernd and Hilla Becher's photographs of industrial structures were digitally layered and superimposed into one image)

Double-exposure photographs of famous buildings by Christian Ruhm

How many monuments do you see? Christian Ruhm multiple-exposures of famous buildings started in 2009 and is still in progress. Multiple-Exposures of Famous Buildings

Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

Multiple-exposure photographs of international landmarks are delightfully trippy

The LANDMARKS Series began in late All pictures are multiple exposures (not post-processed) of well known buildings around Europe & the U.

The Sydney Opera House At first it seems like these images by Spanish photographer Pep Ventosa are very quickly sketched line drawings of highly visited tourist locations. However, don't be fooled! The Collective Snapshot is actually a series of photographs where images "blend together dozens of snapshots to create an abstraction of the places we've …

Landmarks Layered into a Collective Memory

Pep Ventosa ~ The Collective Snapshot: Brooklyn Bridge (multiple photographs, merged)

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