Landscape Photography by Robert Schlaug Creates a Surreal World

By: Kevin Young - Published: Mar 23, 2012 • References: & visualnews
Landscape photography by Robert Schlaug is a mashup between reality and a digitally distorted world. Simple photos of timeless landscapes become surreal as parts of the pictures are stretched out, creating drastic lines amplified with colorful blurs.

These photos are divided into two parts, making some parts seem like a step into a bizarre and utopian world. Schlaug captures the simplicity feel in his photos but, when digital techniques are incorporated, a great contrast is evident between reality and surrealism.

This digital enhancement is not the typical work of Schlaug; he mainly captures scenes of architecture and his globe-trotting photos based mostly in Spain. This series of landscape photography by Robert Schlaug lets you delve into a beautiful and falsifed world. Stats for Linear-Blurred Landscape Photos Trending: Older & Warm
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