Photographer Simon Gardiner Uses Vortography for Stunning Images

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Nov 6, 2011 • References: flickr
Simon Gardiner is an artist who likes to take to the streets to find the candid nuances that go on every day without much notice until a photographer manages to capture them.

Showing an amazing ability to create fantastical imagery, Simon Gardiner has most recently experimented with Vortography, as used by photographer Kawahara Kazuhiko. Vortography is a kaleidoscopic type of photography that repeats the image over and over again to create a stunning and trippy effect. Simon Gardiner's latest photograph, 'From the sky down,' shows the streets of Paris in a Inception-like way with overlapping and repetitive imagery.

Simon Gardiner's works are truly captivating, demonstrating a breathtaking alternative photo technique sure to inspire others to try the same thing. Stats for Trippy Kaleidoscopic Captures Trending: Older & Average
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