Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals

Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals

Andreas Lie , a plastic artist from Norway, has found lovely a gorgeous a stunning a pretty an exquisite an attractive a fine-looking a good looking thanks to the boundaries between beautiful Norwegian nature and wild animals.

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The image is taken in Double Exposure mode, which creates a lightweight gradient and converts the fur and feathers of those animals into natural scenes.

It is easy to imagine that town of the urban center, wherever he lived, incorporates a nice influence on his art – this Norwegian coastal town, located between the Straits of Hordaland, surrounded by seven forested mountains.

Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals
Photographs of the dual exposure technique of wild animals

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