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Cut-and-Paste Photography
Arnaud de Harven's Urban Dispute Editorial is Simply Crafty


By: Meghan Young (Superstar) Jul 25, 11
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There is a craftiness to the Urban Dispute fashion editorial that makes it entirely fun to browse through. The photo spread takes traditional shots and turns them on their heads with a cut-and-paste feel. The result is completely surreal.

Shot by Vietnam-based fashion photographer Arnaud de Harven, the Urban Dispute fashion editorial may be quite curious, but it is also definitely compelling because of that inherent quality. It really shows the true power the photographer has not only over the ultimate image, but also over the models themselves. In the end, the photo can take on a whole new meaning depending on what the photographer wants. In this case, the Urban Dispute editorial has a bit of a magical touch.



Source: behance.net
Readmore: adeharven.be



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