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Jonathan Ducruix - Smokescreen - 2011-2012 - Bij deze foto krijg ik het gevoel van innerlijke oorlog wat voor mij heel herkenbaar is. Ik vind het een mooi beeld, toch te verbinden aan een dark side ookal is het beeld heel licht en kleurrijk.

It is so awesome to see how photo manipulation can work in a piece. I love how they made the explosion of smoke the same color as the body to really touch on the illusion of the face blowing up. It gives the image and uneasy feeling.

" You are the Lord of Dance, You are a dancing Lord....." - Stephanie Frizzel Bethel Worship

Ukrainian photographer Anton Surkov creates a collection of perfectly timed black and white photographs. In the images, Surkov captures each unique jump, as clouds of white powder explode in the air around the remarkably fit, strong young models.

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora L’artiste espagnol Antonio Mora fait portraits de femmes et d’hommes en double exposition d’éléments naturels : des vagues, des paysages montagneux ou des animaux et plantes viennent se juxtaposer aux visages des modèles. Ses portraits sensuels et élégants sont à découvrir en images.

Double Exposure Portraits by Antonio Mora Spanish artist Antonio Mora does women and men’s portraits in double exposure of natural elements& waves, moutains’ landscapes or animals and plants come juxtaposing on the models’ faces.

Double Exposure 2, Alex Hutchinson, Masks, Hidden Identity, Secrecy, Espionage, Creation, Dark Clash

Double Exposure 2 - Another doube exposure, took this last night. Just wanted to practice more with lighting and more "artistic" ways of shooting. Not Photoshop - Double exposure using the camera only

Why is it important to get familiar with your Shadow? With the understanding that your everyday life is a reflection of your inner state, i.e., that your actions and manifestations including relationships, career, money, etc. are a reflection of your inner state, the Shadow has a great impact on your life. -Smadar Efrat Yaish

‘The Day The World Went Away’ is an editorial/film photographed and directed by Pierre Debusschere.