Bulgarian photographer Aneta Ivanova has unveiled a collection of exceptionally blended portraits. Her images merge candid pictures of women alongside leaves, city buildings and water, making it appear as if her grey scale subjects are almost hollow.
To produce these exceptional pictures, Ivanova made use of Photoshop tools. The program allowed her to relay exceptional detail as each woman comes with a myriad of hyperreal elements, seen in the intricate outlines of windows, trees and streets. As viewers are instantly transported into and through the bodies of the featured women, Ivanova enables her fans to in a sense become one with her pieces, a feat that is most difficult to pull off by akin photographers.
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Aneta Ivanova’s Images Merge Women with Natural Backdrops
- By: Jordy E Mar 30, 2013