"If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place. Primary reality is within; secondary reality without.” -Eckhart Tolle

These geese flying in front of the sunset is a technique using both reflective photography and motion capture imagery. I like how the silhouettes are highlighted by the rays of the setting sun.

like the way this actual sticks to 'natural world' as its a little almost world in the water droplet but of a natural place rather than a town or city

Incredible Macro Photography

☔♡Tiny drops of water♡☔ ☂ Macro Photography. Taking a picture using a drop of water as a lens.

Maybe I'm over romanticizing this, but I swore there was a spark (maybe it was just loose wiring haha) On the outside you are perfect. And the glimpses I've seen of the inner you were amazing too. I still wish I could get to know you better.

I like this picture because the sparkler in the jar are the main focal point because the background is dark. I also like this picture because the jar if only taking a third of the picture but the sparkler is centered.

Photomontages by Thomas Barbèy: this photo-montage is by Thomas Barbey, here he has but together a photograph of someone's open mouth and an arch way to a building. It links to the theme of inside, outside and in between because it is the inside of a mouth with a building that is typically found outside, inside of it.

Surreal Photo Manipulations // Thomas Barbéy - This image is very beautiful. The illusion / edited effects make this piece very beautiful. I like this concept of photography because it's abnormal, it's different, it's unique, and purely just surreal.

Merged images to show it isn't just what's on the outside that counts. This is really effective I believe as it is like a haunting half compared to the classy girl.

Relationship between life and death. inside, outside: No information about this but it is two different photographs put together to create a half skull, half face image. That heavily relates to the theme of inside, outside and in between.

Modified Fruits Photography For “GMF fruits” series made for Ligature Magazine, german artist Enrico Becker and his friend Matt Harris have painted fruits replacing their original colors by surreal tints. Blue lemon, pink bananas, through this conceptual approach presented as a still lives series, the artist illustrates the transformation of ideas.

Modified Fruits Photography

Modified Fruits Photography For “GMF fruits” series made for Ligature Magazine, german artist Enrico Becker and his friend Matt Harris have painted fruits replacing their original colors by surreal tints. Blue lemon, pink bananas, through this conceptua


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