Streaking Across Landscapes

German photographer Robert Schlaug transforms his everyday landscape photography into something particularly intriguing. In this series entitled Limited Area, he breaks the viewer's standard expectations of a landscape by provoking a second and more thoughtful evaluation of each scene. Through digital manipulation, Schlaug creates unnatural divides by dragging streaks of color across sections of each photograph. The intention of his photography is to "raise awareness in times of total sensory overload."

Schlaug is interested in photographing the banal in a way that transforms what is otherwise "boring" into something visually delightful. Through the contrast of the natural landscapes with the obviously digitally manipulated sections, each photograph "suddenly develops a unique language and gets surprising aesthetic qualities."











Robert Schlaug's website
via [Visual News]




January 18, 2017

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The term selfie hasn’t been around for that long, but it’s already deeply ingrained into our society. A selfie is one way to show off your impeccable fashion, as well as proof that you did something (or met someone) cool. It’s even turned into a viable career option for a few lucky people—Kim Kardashian published an entire book dedicated hers, so this style of self-portraiture is definitely here to stay.

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