These Manipulated Photos Blend With a Transparent Sphere

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Jan 16, 2014 • References: mymodernmet & designtaxi
A London-based photographer named Edward Neumann was able to manipulate stunning blended photography using beautiful spheres with London’s architecture. His new series titled ‘The Orb Project’ focuses directly on a transparent sphere that is used as the blending object with each narrow vanishing background. His use of kaleidoscopic visuals that blur the line between reality and manipulation makes a hypnotic visual experience.

Just by looking directly through the transparent sphere, you feel a sense of lost connectivity with the actual artwork. These photos were manipulated using Photoshop as a primary resource of design. His inspiration comes from structures, patterns, and lines, as he is fascinated with all geometric forms. This blended photography can be viewed as a hypnotic experience that will take you visually through another lost and powerful dimension. Stats for Spherical Blended Photography Trending: Older & Average
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