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.

Hockney inspired front on portrait with profile portraits facing in or out - image inspiration: Sonalika Jain 'Joiner"

photojoiner-uses different angles to create a full image, it stitches parts of the face together to create and never before seen image

david hockney photo collage | David Hockney.

photojoiner-this image is special because it uses the shape of the landscape which creates an intriguing artwork

Times Square by Pep Ventosa - Fab concept, composition and clarity #photo #photography

The Reconstructed Works series was put together by award-winning photographer Pep Ventosa. Ventosa uses hundreds of individual photographs to recreate these landmarks from around the world. Check out Pep Ventosa's website here.

NUMERO HOMME Men at Work Jacob Sutton - Photographer Samuel Francois - Fashion Editor/Stylist Matt Mulhall - Hair Stylist Baptiste Radufe - Model Robert Laby - Model

Baptiste Radufe and Robert Laby captured by Jacob Sutton and styled by Samuel François with pieces from Prada, Balenciaga, and more, for the the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of Numéro Homme.

This is a Photojoiner taken by Adrian Brannan in Camden, London. What I like most about Brannan's work is how it captures the culture and life of an area by taking many photos from different moments and stitching them together. This allows the viewer to learn far more about an area than if they looked at a single image. I would really like to use this technique in my own work

I really like this photo joiner because of all the movement and color. It makes you want to look at the photo longer and more intensely to figure out what it is.